“Fear, Love and Agoraphobia” A Distressing Yet Refreshing Look At The Default Difficulties Of Life

  By William Engel “Fear, Love and Agoraphobia” is a sobering, poignant story of two people struggling to break free from their respective prisons – one confined by mental illness, the other by grief. The film follows two different people, whose lives converge about one-third through. The first, a man named Chet (Dustin Coffey), suffers…

LOS ANGELES ASIAN PACIFIC FILM FESTIVAL IS SET TO BRING AN INCREDIBLE COLLECTION OF ASIAN AND ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN FILMS CELEBRATING 34 YEARS BY PRESENTING 118 FILMS FROM ACROSS THE GLOBE FOR THE 2018 EDITION MAY 3 – MAY 12, 2018

THE  FESTIVAL KICKS OFF ASIAN PACIFIC HERITAGE MONTH OF MAY WITH AWARD WINNING FILMS, WORLD PREMIERES, LOS ANGELES PREMIERES, AND MILESTONE FILM EVENTS HIGHLIGHTING COMMUNITIES WORLDWIDE Since 1983, the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival has presented over 4,000 films, videos, and digital mediaworks by Asian international and Asian Pacific American artists, and additionally features…

2018 Sundance Film Festival Announces New Programming, Award, Graphics

New for 2018: Standalone Episodic Section, ‘The New Climate’ Returns, Feature Film Award   With exactly six months until Day One of the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, Sundance Institute today detailed a standalone Episodic section, the return of ‘The New Climate’ strand of environmental work and a new award. Feature film, short film, episodic and…

THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE’S 50 YEARS OF IMPACT

AFI Conservatory Commencement Launches a Three-Year Anniversary Celebration Aimed at Educating Today’s Audiences and Tomorrow’s Artists It was 50 years ago that the American Film Institute began its mission — to preserve the heritage of the motion picture, to honor the artists and their work and to educate the next generation of storytellers. Established by…