LA Film Fest 2015

It’s my 4th year covering the hometown festival, LA Film Fest. See my reviews and interviews below.

LAFF Review: Paul Weitz’s ‘Grandma’ Provides The Perfect Dose Of Lily Tomlin

LAFF Review: Retro Rockabilly Flick ‘What Lola Wants’ Starring Sophie Lowe

LAFF Review: ‘The Girl In The Book’ Starring Emily VanCamp Is A Remarkable, Ambitious Debut

LAFF Review: ‘White Moss’ An Exploration Into The Siberian Nenets Tribe, With Drama And Heart

LAFF Review: ‘A Country Called Home’ Starring Imogen Poots And Ryan Bingham

LAFF Review: Zoe Cassavetes’ ‘Day Out Of Days’ Is A Searing Indictment Of Hollywood’s Treatment Of Women

LAFF Review: ‘Ayanda And The Mechanic’ Is A Fresh, Modern Example Of African Cinema

LAFF Review: ‘It’s Already Tomorrow In Hong Kong’ Is A Light But Immersive Experience

LAFF Review Round Up: ‘I Am Thalente,’ ‘No Mas Bebes,’ ‘Bastards y Diablos,’ And ‘In A Perfect World’

Interview: Zoe Cassavetes Talks ‘Day Out Of Days,’ Anti-Heroines, And The State of Hollywood Filmmaking

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