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Friday, October 3

Ambulante California Documentary Film Festival Closing Weekend

The Bowtie Project

2800 Casitas Avenue, Los Angeles, 90039

7:45pm to 11:45pm

The Bowtie Project will host the closing nights of the Ambulante California Documentary Film Festival with the Echo Park Film Center's The Sound We See: A Los Angeles City Symphony followed by Kent Mackenzie's The Exiles (1961) on Friday October 3rd and Paul Collins' Yakona (2014) on Saturday October 4th.
Special guest DJ Set by KCRW's Dan Wilcox and Michelada truck on site on Saturday October 4th only.

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Atwater Village Theater

3269 Casitas Ave., Atwater Village, CA 90039

8:00pm to 7:00pm

The world premiere of a gentle, funny examination of family and mortality — a Jewish, Midwestern Chekhov for the 21st century. Leaving her husband Cal behind in New York City to watch her son, Annie returns to her childhood home in the Midwest to escape marital discord and visit her father, who is dying of cancer. As dramatic changes outside of her control take place around her, she reconnects with her mother, grandmother and brother, and childhood friends. Secrets are revealed, wine is drunk, songs are sung and relationships rekindled. Oct. 3-Nov. 9; Atwater Village Theatre, 3269 Casitas Ave., Atwater Village, CA 90039; $25; 310-307-3753 or www.EchoTheaterCompany.com

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Dudamel & Mahler 5

Walt Disney Concert Hall

111 S Grand Ave, 111 S Grand Ave, CA 0

8:00pm

Dudamel launches the season with a high-voltage program, beginning with a new percussion concerto by Pulitzer Prize winner David Lang (Bang on a Can). Then, an evocative trumpet fanfare initiates Mahler's Fifth Symphony, whose huge musical canvas includes an achingly beautiful love song to his wife, Alma.

Come for: An aural extravaganza. Lang wrote man made to take advantage of what his friends in So Percussion do: "create theatrical environments, use weird things you don't usually think of as instruments, play super hard music that is intricate, oddly emotional, and sometimes very loud."

And more: During Dudamel's already legendary Mahler Project in 2012, it was the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela that played Mahler 5. Now it's the LA Phil's turn!

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Saturday, October 4

23rd Annual Festival of Philippine Arts and Culture

Grand Park LA

200 North Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, 90012

7:00am

(OCT. 4-5) The 23rd Annual Festival of Philippine Arts & Culture (FPAC) is an Angeleno tradition celebrating diversity throuågh vivid artistry and cultural expression. It’s about you, me, family, tribes, being together, growing together through 23 years and beyond. FPAC is a vibrant gathering of generations and cultures – colors interweaving to form the Filipino American community tapestry.

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Scott Yancey Live Event

LA Hotel Downtown - A Hyatt Affiliate

333 South Figueroa, Los Angeles, 90071

9:00am

Come learn how expert real estate investors make successful investments in the real estate industry. This live preview event developed by TV star Scott Yancey, from the hit show Flipping Vegas on A&E, can help you discover how to:
• Get started as an investor
• Learn how to choose the right area of real estate
• Discover how the experts generate monthly cash flow and big investment returns
Real estate instructors with real life knowledge and experience will share how to start investing and how they get big returns in the world of real estate.
Developed by, Scott Yancey, a real estate expert who has made millions in the real estate market. He and his wife, Amie, teach others how to become successful on their hit television show Flipping Vegas where they buy, fix, and flip houses in Las Vegas, NV.
Register online today!

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