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New Filmmakers Los Angeles BritWeek
April 27, 2015 @ 5:30 am - 9:45 pm
NewFilmmakers Los Angeles is thrilled to grow its abundant catalogue of global cinema by partnering with Britweek to present two programs of stunning British independent film. From a dystopian London, to a young woman’s descent into an alluring clandestine world, to a tale of brotherhood across borders and fragile peace in the midst of wartime, to a forbidden love story told through breathtaking modern dance, these stories whisk us away to the U.K. that was, the U.K. that is, and the U.K. that could be.
In addition to several other events perfect for Anglophiles, BritWeek and NFMLA are exhibiting a Focus on British Short Film on April 27 at the AT&T Center. Attendees will be treated to a total of nine short indie films followed by Q&As and open bar receptions. “From a dystopian London, to a young woman’s descent into an alluring clandestine world, to a tale of brotherhood across borders and fragile peace in the midst of wartime, to a forbidden love story told through breathtaking modern dance, these stories whisk us away to the U.K. that was, the U.K. that is, and the U.K. that could be,” reads BritWeek’s website.
NFMLA is a non-profit geared toward showcasing innovative films from around the world and providing Los Angelenos monthly screenings and discussions. If you’re an avid filmgoer looking to meet the creators behind some of the most innovative documentaries, shorts, and feature films, check them out!
Tickets: If you are a guest of Britweek, please RSVP using the link provided to you by Britweek. If you are a guest of NFMLA, please visit our tickets page to purchase tickets. If you are an NFMLA annual member please reserve your passes by visiting the Annual Member RSVP page.
5:45PM – Shorts Program #1 Pre-Screening
6:15PM – Shorts Program #1 Screening
7:30PM – Shorts Program #2 Pre-Screening
8:00PM – Shorts Program #2 Screening
9:00PM – Shorts Program #3 Pre-Screening
9:45PM – Shorts Program #3 Screening
Also, in their effort to build up the international film community in Hollywood, NewFilmmakers Los Angeles (NFMLA) has partnered with Fox Searchlight to present a free movie screening as part of BritWeek, a weeklong celebration of U.K. cinema, music, and art. “Far From the Madding Crowd,” Thomas Vinterberg’s new romance film starring Carey Mulligan, will be screened at the UCLA James Bridges Theater on April 30. An actor from the film will be in attendance for a post-screening Q&A. Tickets are free for this and disappearing fast, so visit newfilmmakersla.com soon.
German Edward Morales Agent Talent Manager