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Los Angeles Film Festival really sparks LA Live

Using many of the film titles you can really appreciate the LAFF choices
Lisa Cholodenko’s The Kids are All Right has made sure that they are really enjoying it all.

Aaron Katz’s Cold Weather has gotten much warmer
Joe Maggio’s Bitter Feast has made the festival a tasty one
Phillip G.Flores’s The Wheelers Boys are doing wheelies
We are fortunate and excited to have Lisa Leeman’s One Lucky Elephant for all of us lucky animal lovers
The Zone lounge really should have indulged us with more treats from D.A Pennebakers’s Kings of Pastry which was very tasty
Lean Dunham’s Tiny Furniture may not make us very cozy but you can wear a smile
The Future Filmmakers with teen director Hannah Sullivan are in orbit
We are not alone with Adam Reid’s Hello Lonesome
Brett Haley’s The New Year promises us a good one
Levan Kogusashill’s Street Days has crowded the night traffic
We have more than Dariela Ludlow Deloya’s One Day Less” actually 7 more days
There are more cameras flashing than Malcolm Murray’s Camera Camera
Jeff and Michael Zimbalist’s The Two Escobars demonstrated how 2 people with the same last name can be so different but have a great love of soccer
Amir Bar-Levy’s The Tillman Story is very much in or hearts and mind
We see Ditteke Mensink’s Farewell but we will never forget you and we are looking forward to Kimi Takesue’s Where are You Taking Me

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