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2017 LA Film Festival Lineup Announced

(THE CLASSIC, dir. Billy McMillan, LA Muse category) 
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The 2017 LA Film Festival is proud to announce a diverse slate of 48 feature films, 51 short films, 15 high school short films and 10 short episodic works representing 32 countries. Within each section you’ll find discovery, diversity and promising talent both in front of and behind the camera. Don’t miss this opportunity to see work from your favorite independent filmmakers and find your new favorites. See the lineup here.


(THE YEAR OF SPECTACULAR MEN, dir. Lea Thompson, LA Muse category) 

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