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A thousand generations live in you now. See Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker in theaters December 20.

James Bond 007 No time to die 2020 Daniel Craig, Rami Malek

Trailors in 2020

 Edie is a 2017 British drama film directed by Simon Hunter and written by Elizabeth O'Halloran. Discovered at the SBIFF not to be forgotten.


LA Skins Fest honors Native American talent during their 13th annual festival in Hollywood.

Saginaw Grant and guests on the red carpet of the 8th Annual Awards Gala.  Photo credit:  Cynthia Biret.  Native American music was also highlighted during the festival.  Photo credit:  Cynthia Biret.  Tantoo Cardinal and guests on the red carpet.  Photo credit:  Cynthia Biret Photo credit:  Cynthia Biret ...

ARPA International Film Festival celebrated its 22nd successful year in Hollywood

  ARPA International Film Festival Founder, Sylvia Minassian, on the red carpet with Eric Roberts and Eliza Roberts.Photo credit:  Cynthia Biret.    ARPA International Film Festival, the longest running film festival in Los Angeles, is also a leading indie film festival in Southern California.  By fostering diversity by creating cultural bridges with international filmmakers, the festival also explores critical issues and thrives to create lasting social impact on i...

Recent Spanish Cinema Film Festival celebrates its 25th year Anniversary in Los Angeles

Photos credit:  Cynthia Biret  The Recent Spanish Cinema film festival celebrated its 25th Anniversay in Los Angeles on Friday with Spanish stars and filmmakers in attendance on the Red Carpet at the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood.   Photo credit:  Cynthia Biret The festival opened with the screening of the celebrated comedy-drama "Father There Is Only One" (Padre No Hai Mas Que Uno) about a father left alone with his five children for a week-end filled with o...

Gunderman opens German Currents Film Festival at the American Cinematheque : Video Interview of director Andreas Dresen

Consul General Stefan Schneider attends the opening of the German Currents festial in Los Angeles with representatives of the Goethe Institute and the director and cast of Gundermann Photos credit:  Cynthia Biret Director Andreas Dresen.  Photo credit:  Cynthia Biret     The German Currents film festival opened Friday in Los Angeles with the premiere of Gundermann, directed by Andreas Dresen.  Winner of 6 prestigious German Film Awards, the film i...

Les Miserables wins LAFCA award at Colcoa

    The Misérables, directed by Ladj Ly, winner of the Jury Prize at Cannes, premiered in the U.S. in association with Amazon Studios, and won the Best First Film Award at Colcoa Film festival in Los Angeles.  ...

"La Belle Epoque" premiered at Colcoa

Doria Tillier - Photo credit:  Cynthia Biret Doria Tillier co-stars with Daniel Auteuil's in "La Belle Epoque", which premiered during the closing night of the Colcoa Film Festival in Los Angeles. Directed by Nicolas Bedos, the romantic comedy blends facts and fiction while traveling through lifetimes, dreams and emotions and has a powerful ensemble cast.  The festival also premiered "Les Miserables", directed by Ladj Ly, France's official selection for...

KCET's Earth Focus Environmental Film Festival

The 2nd annual EARTH FOCUS ENVIRONMENTAL FILM FESTIVAL in Los Angeles takes place on April 21st in partnership with Laemmle's theatres and is open to the public (many of which are FREE) kicking off at 9:30 am with an environmental shorts screening from UCLA's Laboratory for Environmental Narrative Strategies(LENS) program followed by four acclaimed films including March of the Penguins 2: The Next Step (10 am), The Last Animals (11 am), Evolution of Organic (12 noon), Jane (2:30 pm) and closing with a screening of two back-to-back episodes from KCET and Link TV’s new season of EARTH FOCUS (5 pm), exploring how environmental changes are forcing all living creatures to adapt in order to survive. Tickets are available at  Each screening is introduced by a celebrity environmental activist and is followed by a panel Q&A.

The EARTH FOCUS ENVIRONMENTAL FILM FESTIVAL is a full-day event that will also showcase green organizations in Los Angeles that include Heal the Bay, River LA, Sierra Club, Citizens’ Climate Lobby, Project Save Our Sur, and L.A. Works with tables upstairs in the mezzanine area at the Laemmle’s Monica offering important environmental educational information and volunteer opportunities to attendees.

All films are unrated and there is no age limit for any of the films featured in the EARTH FOCUS Environmental Film festival. It's a good idea to arrive about 30 minutes prior to the start of the film. Additionally, Laemmle’s Theatres is offering a special discounted deal of $5 for a popcorn and soda all day to attendees of the festival.

Public Transportation:

Go Metro and take the Expo Line to the last stop:  Downtown Santa Monica Station and walk a quick ten minutes to the festival. Attendees will receive a free KCET hat by showing a TAP card at check in.

Drive Yourself:

We recommend parking in City Parking Structure #4, directly across the street from the theatre. If this lot is full, you can park at the next structure one block north on 2nd Street. The rates are as follows:
- First 90 minutes free
- $1.25 for the next hour
- $1.85 each additional 30 minutes
- $17.50 maximum daily

The theater is located on 2nd St., between Santa Monica Blvd., and Arizona Ave.

Join the conversation on social media using #EarthFocus and #KCETgreen



Call for entries: Haapsalu Horror & Fantasy Film Festival (HÕFF) 27.-29.04.18

Haapsalu Horror and Fantasy Film Festival (HÕFF), taking place from 27th to 29th of April 2018, is the “one and only stop” for the genre hungry in the Baltics. Held in the unique setting of the city of Haapsalu - once a renown summer retreat of the Russian Czars, now a picturesque town, and the home of an infamous Baltic ghost - the White Lady, haunting the medieval castle on the the western coast of Estonia.   Haapsalu Horror and Fantasy Film Festival ...

Burgas International Film Festival awards 2017

The second edition of Burgas International Film Festival (BIFF) is over now. During the festival week viewers had the chance to see over 30 feature, short and documentary films from the Black Sea countries, including Greece.

Among the highlights of the festival were the sit-downs, organised for the audience with the casts and directors of the movies. Some of the locations where the BIFF was held were visited by Todor Matsanov and Dimitar Nikolov (Bulgaria) – director and leading actor respectively in Hristo; Alexey Fursenko (Russia) – director of Outcast; Catrinel Danaiata (Romania) – director of Double; Pavel Cuzuioc (Moldova) – director of Secondo me; Yannis Sakaridis (Greece) – director of Amerika Square; Ilker Savaskurt (Turkey) – director of Groom’s Block as well as by Tonislav Hristov, director of the documentary The Good Postman and his characters in the movie Ivan and Ivan.

Key to making the festival really memorable were also the honourable members of the jury - André Marques (Portugal), Patric Chiha (Austria), Andrea De Sica (Italy), Todor Dimitrov, Anna Goranova and Georgi Stoev - Jacky (Bulgaria). 
Selecting the winners proved to be a challenge and sparked some fascinating debates among the jury. Nonetheless, an agreement was reached and the movies which were finally distinguished are as follows:

• HRISTO (Bulgaria) directed by Grigor Lefterov and Todor Matsanov won the Best Feature Film Award
• ORANGE (Turjey) directed by Ersin Dogan won the Best Short Film Award
• THE GOOD POSTMAN (Bulgaria) directed by Tonislav Hristov won the Best Documentary Film Award.

Special recognition was also given to the feature films ROCK, directed by Ivan Shahnazarov (Russia) and AMERIKA SQUARE, directed by Yannis Sakaridis (Greece ) as well as to the documentary THE EYE OF THE MINOTAUR, directed by Borislav Kolev (Bulgaria).

The Audience Award was given to AMERIKA SQUARE (Greece).

This year’s festival was organised with the support of Municipality of Burgas, Municpality of Ruen, National Culture Fund, the embassies of the Republic of Austria, the Republic of Greece and Portugal, Italian Cultural Institute, Jameson, Teddy Kam, Yalta Youth Cooperation, St. Anastasia Hotel, Villa Byzantium, Dives Estate, Business Incubator, Vijmag! Burgas, Municipal Radio Burgas, Flagman, Formalno, ChernomorieBG, SeaGuide, Indie Car Taxi and A La Minute Catering.

We’d also like to thank our main film curator Slavi Georgiev, hard-working volunteers, photographers, graphic designers, the technical team and all friends of Burgas International Film Festival .



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