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Century City has its Festival

65 FILMS SELECTED FOR INAUGURAL CENTURY CITY FILM FESTIVAL

Nine independently produced features, six documentaries and fifty shorts have been selected for screening at the inaugural Century City Film Festival (CCFF) running October 27 – 30, 2004. The films follow a theme of, "Camp, Cult, Classics."
A retrospective screening of the cult classic “Car Wash” will be screened with stars and filmmakers in attendance, following the awards ceremony at the 20th Century Fox Zanuck Theatre on the closing night.
Festival Director Patrice Williams stated: “We received more than five hundred
submissions from around the world with no shortage of quality films.
“In the documentary section we have an incredible selection of films, including John Halpern’s ‘Refuge’ which involves such top filmmakers as Martin Scorsese, Oliver Stone, Bernardo Bertolucci, as well as the Dalai Lama, discussing controversial issues concerning Buddhism in the West. So this makes for a very exciting inaugural year for our festival.” Additional Docs include Leslie Neale’s “Juvies,” narrated and produced by Mark Walhberg, exploring America’s failing juvenile justice system; Terry L. Benedict’s “The Conscientious Objector” about an American objector awarded the Medal of Honor in World War II; “Put the Needle on the Record,” director Jason Rem’s look at Miami’s annual Winter Music Conference; “Public Access Hollywood,” directed by Will Peragine, starring Dr. Susan Block and other wacky, home-spun public access stars; and "Wrestling with the North," directed by Andrew Lee, starring a string of "almost-famous" and first-time wrestlers.

The selected features include: “Raising Genius,” directed by Bess Wiley starring Wendie Malick, (Just Shoot Me) Justin Long (Dodge Ball, Jeepers Creepers) and Stephen Root (Dodgeball, Finding Nemo, News Radio) and Ed Bagley, Jr.; “Lightning Bug,” directed by Robert Hall, starring Laura Prepon (That 70’s Show, Slackers, The Chosen One), Bret Harrison (The OC) and Hal Sparks (Dude, Where’s My Car?); "Fish Without a Bicycle," directed by Brian A. Green (Beverly Hills 90210), co-starring Brian A. Green, Jenna Mattison;
“Something For Nothing,” directed by Montae Russell, starring Sharif Atkins (ER), Monti Sharpe (Emmy Award winner for The Guiding Light), and Lisa Tharps;
“The Last Horror Movie” from the UK, directed by Julian Richards, starring Kevin Howarth, Mark Stevenson, and Antonia Beamish; “Sha Chen Bao” “Sandstorm”), a Canadian production, directed by Michael Mahonen,
starring Rong Tian, Lili Li and Angela Huang; “Cup O’Joe,” directed by Clinton Smith, starring Amy Raasch and Pat Towne; “The Fittest,” directed by Joshua Crook, starring Angela Grant (Sucker Punch), Jason Madera, and Chris Ferry;
“Yard Sale,” directed by Bobby Logan, starring David Lipper (Federal Protection) and Andrea Robinson (PAX-TV's 'Doc'); In addition, the organizers are also running the, “Carpal Tunnel Syndrome” Screenplay Award and a series of industry panels.

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