Egyptian Theatre
6712 Hollywood Boulevard
Hollywood, CA 90028 Map
Thu, Jul 27, 2017

In Person Guests!
Our thanks for the support of FILMLA

Our sixth annual collection of inspiring and diverse shorts covering comedy, drama, animation and documentary genres from Los Angeles-based directors.

Program includes:

Mark Pannia’s “Over Again” (4 min.) In the blink of an eye, Sam circles back to memories as his relationship falls apart. While living in the past, will he miss what’s right in front of him?

Johnny Coffeen’s “Circle Game” (5 min.) A video game character experiences the ups and downs of the human condition.

David Hardberger’s “Ringer” (9 min.) A post-poker game phone call will change Tom’s life forever.

Thanos Papastergiou’s “Sandy Beach” (12 min). A woman takes her elderly father for their usual Sunday swim.

Nancy Liu’s “Angeltown” (20 min.) A profile of Lola, a Korean Marilyn Monroe impersonator, as she moves through a nighttime Los Angeles landscape of karaoke bars, seedy side streets and colorful characters.

Omar Aldakheel’s documentary “Al Imam” (18 min.) Through controversy and threats, Los Angeles-based Muslim spiritual leader Ani Zonneveld takes a stand for justice through activism and a progressive practice of Islam.

Doron Max Hagay’s “She Keeps Me Young” (14 min.) A high school girl unwittingly challenges a friendship between two grown women.

Aaron Abram’s “It’s Not What You Know” (10 min.) This very L.A. short is a stylish story of serendipity and nostalgia about life plans that don’t always pan out.

Programmed by Andrew P. Crane.

Discussion following with filmmakers Mark Pannia, Johnny Coffeen, David Hardberger, Nancy Liu, Omar Aldakheel, Doron Max Hagay and Aaron Abram. Evening concludes with a reception for all ticket buyers. Attendees are eligible to win a Director's Empowerment Bag.
85 minutes. | Screening format: DCP
Egyptian Theatre • Thu, Jul 27, 2017 • 7:30pm