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2018 New Media Film Festival

The 9th annual New Media Film Festival is scheduled for the weekend of June 16th & 17th, at UCLA’s James Bridges Theater. This film festival has been recognized by the city of Los Angels and the California Business Awards for Best Arts & Entertainment Event. There are will be over a hundred film and documentaries from over 40 countries. Q&A panels are also part of the event, so attendees have the opportunity to meet and engage with creators, from teens to Oscar winners! Actor and producer legend Jeff Bridges is receiving this years Socially Responsible Conservationist Award. Tickets may be purchased to individual screenings or panels, with prices ranging from $30 to $199 for all access. There will also be an international art exhibit and networking lounge, in addition to a red carpet on opening day. Tickets may be purchased in advance or at the door. Visit the website for the complete schedule.

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