Local Shorts by L.A. Directors, Plus In-Person Discussion With Filmmakers
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Party beneath the stars in classic Hollywood style at this party with two dance floors, five full bars, alluring go-do dancers, a dazzling countdown to midnight, a hieroglyphics light show, and more. The Egyptian Theatre's grand heated courtyard is a great place to chill with a cocktail or dance while two DJs spin hip hop, Top 40 hits, house, and trance music. Home to the very first Hollywood premiere back in 1922, the Egyptian will be transformed into party central to ring in a glamorous 2014. Learn More
Quotes & Highlights
- Watch Cadaver's trailer.
Jonah Ansell’s Cadaver: Kathy Bates and Christopher Lloyd lend their voices to this amusing animated tale. Be careful what you wish for. (7 minutes)
Stephen Soucy’s Slant: Lovely, Palm Springs-set story of Emily Dickinson’s poems helping two men find a meaningful connection. (14 minutes)
Einar Baldvin’s Baboon: By all accounts, it was a bad day to punch a clown in the head. (3 minutes)
Kari Barber’s The Fifth Horseman: Powerful drama about one soldier’s attempt to stop medical experimentation on prisoners of war in Japan during World War II. (32 minutes)
Mark Columbus’ Battle of the Jazz Guitarist: An inventive, probing look at a son’s relationship with his Fijian, jazz guitarist father. A finalist for the Student Academy Awards 2013. (7 minutes)
Braden Duemmler’s Mimic: In an abandoned motel, a man is forced to face his darkest demons when he discovers a television that can see 15 seconds into the future. (15 minutes)
Diana Ling’s The Shopgirl: A female comic-store clerk has to make a choice between two boys. (4 minutes)
Discussion follows with Jonah Ansell, Stephen Soucy, Einar Baldvin, David Shipko (producer, The Fifth Horseman), Mark Columbus and Braden Duemmler.
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