Vivacious Valley Film Festival in Los Angeles
Valley Film Festival is one of the prime events hosted in Los Angeles San Fernando Valley. Beginning in 2001, the festival has supported budding filmmakers from all over the world by screening their films. The Valley Film Festival’s aim is to increase the production of film making in the San Fernando Valley. The festival helps to bring recognized, new and talented filmmakers together in front of interested audiences. The festival tries to create a collaborative environment to witness novel film making.
This annual event happens for five days, during the holiday season, at the Laemmle NoHo7 (a movie theater) in North Hollywood. Over thirty feature films and short documentaries from various directors across the world are screened during this festival.
Each year, the film festival features a great collection of documentaries, comedies, and novel film making. Well-recommended short films such as Made in Japan and Mirk Riders have been screened in the recent past. Some of the most famous documentaries including Adventures in Plymptoons, Few Options, and Multiple Means of Murder have been previously screened in this event. The five-day event also offers an opportunity for audiences to get valuable insights into film making.
The festival also hosts an award for the best entry in each of the categories. The award known as the 'Ten Degrees Hotter' award is given to encourage film making. This year, the opening night starts with a romantic comedy known as “Route 30 Three” by John Putch.
For more details about the event, please click here.
Event Timings: The event ends on December 14, 2014.
Ticket price: The cost of the Valley Fair Festival per screening is $12.
Laemmle NoHo 7,
5240 Lankershim Boulevard,
Come and enjoy the show as the Valley-based filmmakers get their chance to shine at the 14th Annual Valley Film Festival.
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