COMEDY & DRAMA Shorts LA Film Festival

Festival iMAGe
$0    |  Dec 5, 2019  |  7:00PM - 9:00PM

A showcase of the best COMEDY & DRAMA Short Films from around the world. SPECIAL EVENT: Thursday December 5th. 7pm. Regal L.A. LIVE Cinemas. 1000 W Olympic Blvd. https://festivalforcomedy.com/next-festival-event/ Showcase of the best of Short Films from around the world. All multiple award winning short films from the comedy & drama filmmaking community. The best films from around the world in the last year! Must see festival for any film fan, while maintaining our audience feedback format. This is the festival where the audience is the main character. Check out the program page and to RSVP your tickets by emailing the festival on the program page, or simply emailing the festival at festival@lafeedbackfilmfestival.com and stating the # of tickets you require. You can come for FREE or make a donation on the night. FIRST ACT PROGRAM THE PASSPORT, 15min., China, Drama/Film Noir Directed by Olivier Hero Dressen Somewhere in a big city, a man wakes up in a dark alley with no memory of who he is or how he got there. On a mission to figure out his identity, he discovers truths that were better left forgotten. WHAT’S YOUR NUMBER? , 18min., USA, Drama Directed by Sigal Erez The story of an unlikely friendship between a Holocaust survivor and a young African American boy who meet at the park on an ordinary afternoon. SERIAL KILLER SUPERSTAR, 6min., USA, Comedy/Horror Directed by Joseph Picozzi A beaten-down actor in Los Angeles sets his sights on becoming a serial killer after his favorite ice cream is discontinued. SECOND ACT PROGRAM – COMEDY A DOG’S STORY, 7min., USA, Comedy Directed by Jill D’Agnenica “A Dog’s Story” is an absurdist short that tells the tragi-comic tale of an old dog who contemplates his bleak future after being laid off from his security job. The Dog has made a slide presentation of his current predicament and how he got here — an all-too-frequent story that many of us have also experienced in this new competitive economy where jobs are being replaced by automation and being too old can leave you marginalized. APPY DAYS, 20min, USA, Comedy/Family Directed by Eric Dyson “If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em” goes bad. Randy finds an app to solve his families mobile technology distraction problem. THE GET TOGETHER, 12min., USA, Comedy Directed by Caitlin Dahl A wholesome middle-aged couple from Rhode Island have been invited over to a very successful and eccentric Hollywood record producer’s house with his much younger wife to plan the wedding of their children. As the two couples start to get to know each other, their difference seem to melt away with the help of accidentally injected edible marijuana.