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The Valley Film Festival ~ Narrative Features

The 10th Annual Valley Film Festival presents a series of three narrative feature films. Ranging from psychological thrillers (The Commune) to tense drama (Boiler Room) to a coming-of-age comedy (Driver's Ed Mutiny), these films showcase independent filmmakers from The Valley and other L.A. environs. 

 

THE COMMUNE (Elisabeth Fies)
When Jenny Cross (Chauntal Lewis) has to spend summer vacation with deadbeat dad (Stuart G. Bennett) on his creepy commune, she thinks clean living and boredom will kill her. But some fates are worse than death.
 
 
“In the footsteps of classic 70s thrillers.” - Paul W.S. Anderson, writer/director, RESIDENT EVIL, DEATH RACE
 
 
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