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A SUMMER ISSUE - JUNE-JULY - 2008 tviNews Events
TVInews - 110 LA FILM FESTIVAL - Westwood Josie Cory, Publisher/Editor TVI Magazine / Gary Sunkin Reports - George Lucas, guest director. Keynote Speakers - Peter Broderick of Paradigm Consulting; James Ackerman, CEO, Clickstar; David Colker (LA Times); CLICK FOR MORE GUEST
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Feature Story / HOLLYWOOD FILM FESTIVAL - June-July / The guest director will be Announced
••• Filmmakers, media artists, journalists, industry and technology experts gather to explore the ways in which digital technologies are changing filmmaking and film-viewing. The Film Experience: Big Screen, Small Screen
••• With the advent of Internet TV (IPTV), the web promises global access to content and interactivity. Is it democratization of the media, the dawn of a digital community, or the end of theatrical communal experience?
The Film Experience: Big Screen, Small Screen
••• With the advent of Internet TV (IPTV), the web promises global access to content and interactivity. Is it democratization of the media, the dawn of a digital community, or the end of theatrical communal experience?
Movies to Go: A New Take on Shorts
••• The explosion of portable media players demand new content fit for the tiny screen.
Have shorts found a new life?
••• The Distribution Revolution: Filmmakers Seize Control
••• Find out how, using state-of-the-art techniques, filmmakers are circumventing gatekeepers and reaching viewers directly, building audiences and achieving distribution.
The Film Experience: Big Screen, Small Screen
••• With the advent of Internet TV (IPTV), the web promises global access to content and interactivity. Is it democratization of the media, the dawn of a digital community, or the end of theatrical communal experience?

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D/%23%23$$mmaarrttsitemaster2010/Imagescustomers/LaFilmFestTVItime07108w.jpg03. / ByLines - Mary McNamara, Times Staff Writer
••• At first glance, the term "Los Angeles Film Festival" seems almost redundant. Why on earth would L.A. -- home of the Oscars and the Golden Globes, not to mention every American studio, film institute and film industry union, where premieres and various red carpet events tangle traffic somewhere in town every night -- need a film festival? Isn't pretty much every day here a film festival?
••• No, no, no, say the organizers of the festival, which begins today and runs through July 2. Los Angeles needs a world-class film festival, they say, precisely because the idea might seem redundant.
••• It seems to be working. As little as five years ago, it was a distinctly local event with attendance at about 12,000 and virtually no industry buzz, much less participation. Last year it drew 60,000 people, including such luminaries as Sydney Pollack (who was the guest director), George Clooney and Halle Berry, and officially outgrew its Hollywood venue.
••• This year, the festival, which is presented by the Los Angeles Times, will take over much of Westwood, where festival director Richard Raddon expects 80,000. The guest director will be George Lucas, who is hosting a retreat for participating feature filmmakers; and the opening film will be the much anticipated chick-lit adaptation "The Devil Wears Prada." Stars including Harrison Ford, Virginia Madsen, Anne Hathaway and Aidan Quinn will participate in various events, and Charlize Theron will receive the second annual Spirit of Independence Award.
••• The film festival circuit is an increasingly competitive place. While digital technology created more "independent filmmakers," the quality films produced each year remain a small, sought-after percentage. Rosen spends much of her year traveling from one festival to another, keeping an eye out for new trends and, more important, looking for new filmmakers to whom she will explain the benefits of competing, or just showing in Los Angeles.
••• "We have a good relationship with Toronto and Sundance," Rosen says. "They, like us, prefer to premiere movies but sometimes we make compromises."
••• Timing is precisely why screenwriter, actress and producer Jennifer Westfeldt says she insisted on premiering "Ira and Abby," a romantic comedy about a mismatched marriage, in L.A.
••• "When you have a film that is at all topical or zeitgeist-y," she says, "you want people to see it sooner rather than later."
••• Westfeldt also considers L.A. her lucky festival &emdash; five years ago, "Kissing Jessica Stein," a film she co-wrote and starred in, was picked up by Fox Searchlight after they saw it in L.A. "It's nice to come back to where it began," she says.
••• Writer-director Sara Kelly says she was determined to premiere "The Lather Effect" at the L.A. Film Festival, in part because the movie, about a group of thirtysomethings trying to recapture the '80s, is very L.A.-specific. She has high hopes of getting a distributor here, "because all the buyers live here, after all." She has also submitted the film to Toronto where, should it be accepted, it would not get premiere treatment because of its appearance in L.A.
••• "It was a conscious decision," she says. "And not everyone agreed with it. Probably Toronto is a little sexier, but I am an L.A. filmmaker and I want to help make this festival one of the best in the world."
••• About 1,600 feature-length films were submitted this year, of which 100 or so films were chosen.
••• "We don't have 400 films so the filmmakers know we're going to work with them," says Rosen. "When we started, we were small because we had to be small but now I have really seen the advantage."
••• And because Los Angeles has yet to build the reputation for deal-making that Sundance has, the Oscar predictive patina of Toronto or the international frenzy that is Cannes, the festival organizers concentrate on the resources at hand &emdash; geographical proximity to stars and dealmakers, and also L.A.'s reputation for putting on a good show.

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