Come see Real Artists at NewFilmmakers Los Angeles (NFMLA)!!! There will be a Q&A after the screening with director Cameo Wood.
Below is the tentative festival lineup: 5:00pm – Pre-Reception: Shorts Program #1
5:30pm Shorts Program #1
Con Boys — Dir Ryan Casselman, Writ. by Yvette Angulo, Adrian Brown, Ryan Casselman
Twenty-Something by Pet Shop Boys — Dir. Gavin Filipiak, Writ. by Leafar Seyer
Quelle vie! — Dir. & Writ. by Joakim Scheidegger
Plastic Ankles — Dir. & Writ. by Tiffany Kim Hoa Stevens
833 — Dir. & Writ. by Vijay Varu
KINESTHESIA — Dir. & Writ. by Jesse Atlas
The Cage — Dir. & Writ. by Ricky Staub
6:40pm – Audience Q&A with the Shorts Program #1 Filmmakers. A reception will follow the Q&A session.
6:30pm – Pre-Reception: Shorts Program #2
7:15pm Shorts Program #2 — Selections from the Alliance of Women Directors
Come here often? — Dir. & Writ. by Morgan Dameron
Irving — Dir. & Writ. by Rebecca Feldman
The Singing Bones — Dir. by Danishka Esterhzay, Writ. by Francesca Lia Block & Danishka Esterhzay
Real Artists — Dir. Cameo Wood, Writ. by Ken Liu & Cameo Wood
Waste — Dir. Justine Raczkiewicz, Writ. by Amelia Gray & Justine Raczkiewicz
8:35pm – Audience Q&A with the Shorts Program #2 Filmmakers. A reception will follow the Q&A session.
8:30pm – Pre-Reception: Feature Film Program
9:15pm Feature Film Program
How to Get Girls — Dir. & Writ. by Omri Dorani & Zach Fox
10:45pm – Audience Q&A with the Feature Filmmakers. A reception will follow the Q&A session.
NewFilmmakers Los Angeles (NFMLA) is a non-profit 501© 3 organization designed to showcase innovative works by emerging filmmakers from around the world, providing the Los Angeles community of entertainment professionals and film goers with a constant surge of monthly screening events. NFMLA provides a forum where filmmakers can be recognized for their contributions, have open audience discussions about their projects and connect with industry professionals for insight on distribution, production, acquisition and representation.
With the goal of showcasing, supporting and connecting emerging filmmakers, NFMLA rapidly expanded to become much more than a monthly film festival. NFMLA regularly partners with organizations, companies, and film schools like SAG-AFTRA, the Producer’s Guild, Film Independent, Women in Film, Disney, Sony, DreamWorks, UCLA, MovieMaker Magazine, Variety, Film L.A., the City of Los Angeles, foreign consulates, and more to host an array of annual programs, workshops, panels, competitions, and learning and networking opportunities.
Directed by Cameo Wood (12:00) (Science Fiction) (USA)
A young animator is offered what should be her dream job, but discovers she will have to make a hard choice to maintain her integrity.