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Food & Film Events in May at Arena Cinelounge

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By Valerie Milano THREE SPECIAL FOOD and FILM EVENTS at ARENA CINELOUNGE THIS MONTH - May 13, 18 and 20th As part of its partnership with L.A. Food Bowl, Arena Cinelounge is presenting three special food-and-film events. Audience members will be able ...

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The LA Times Food Bowl

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By Susan Hornik The Los Angeles Times announced the program schedule of almost 200 events for Food Bowl, its month long festival in May celebrating the city's dynamic food scene. It will feature events with many of the chefs and restaurants that have ...

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This Year's AFI Fest Puts the Focus on Female-Centric Offerings

Posted By Valerie Milano

By Valerie Milano Felicity Jones as Ruth Bader Ginsberg in "On the Basis of Sex" Four total screenings/red carpets have been cancelled due to the wildfires raging in Southern California, but it's not been enough to halt the forward march of art and ...

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Vulture Festival at the Hollywood Roosevelt

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The 2nd Annual Vulture Festival Los Angeles takes over the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel next weekend with a slate of events Pop Culture fans will not want to miss. Highlights of the weekend include: Sat 11/17: 11:30am - Chloë Grace Moretz, activist and ...

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Eleventh Korea-Arab Friendship Caravan

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By Alexander Woodman Photo by Saad Abdullah Al-Ajmi The Eleventh Korea-Arab Friendship Caravan was launched in the King Fahad Cultural Centre, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, on 14 October 2018. The festival was funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the ...

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Short+Sweet Hollywood Dance Festival.

Posted By Valerie Milano

"Dancing is my gift and my life... God gave me this gift to bring delight to others. I am haunted by the need to dance. It is the purest expression of every emotion, earthly and spiritual. It is happiness." said Anna Pavlova, one of the greatest ...

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A Fine Cut: KCET Highlights the Next Generation of Filmmakers

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By Valerie Milano Four ambitious student films were chosen out of 300 submissions from 54 different schools to take home the Fine Cuts trophy on Wednesday night at the Directors Guild Theater. They included a quirky animated short about life in South ...

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The Most Massive Woman Wins - Hollywood Fringe Festival Review

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by Kathy Flynn The Most Massive Woman Wins is a short play that packs a powerful punch. Four women in the waiting room of a fat reduction/liposuction clinic flash back to what brought them there. All of them have reasons to be there, but are any of ...

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All-American Sex Addict/Woke AF - Hollywood Fringe Festival Review

Posted By Valerie Milano

By Valerie Milano, All-American Sex Addict/Woke AF is about neither sex nor sex addiction. It is about America, though, pitting three politically correct women against one tone-deaf man. What playwright/director Matt Morillo sets out to do is, in his ...

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Las Garcia - Hollywood Fringe Festival Review

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By Harrison Held "Las Garcia" is a captivating one woman show that is definitely worth seeing. The exciting, entertaining and intriguing production was written by and stars the talented, energetic and charismatic Gabriela Ortega who recently ...

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Apathy Killed the Cat - Hollywood Fringe Festival Review

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By Rachel Flanagan Apathy Killed the Cat is a one-act play written and directed by Ryan Lisman and premiering at the 2017 Hollywood Fringe Festival. The play centers around an unstable playwright named Colin (Aaron Stall). Colin is slowly losing his ...

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The Interference - Hollywood Fringe Festival Review

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By Erin Fair It is a tale as old as time, but The Interference is no fairytale; it's a story of sexual violation. Before the play begins, the audience walks in and the stage is littered with a cast of thirteen front and center. They sit very still ...

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Tough Brown Leather - Hollywood Fringe Festival Review

Posted By Erin Fair

By Erin Fair Two chairs adorn the minimalist stage, framing the performer and a projector shining on a white screen. The lights in the theater go down and the screen displays a singular image of four black girls holding hands and partaking in a ...

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Saudi Film Festival

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By Alexander Woodman Despite stereotypical Western perceptions of Saudi Arabia, its culture is complex and diverse. The country is evolving and growing at its own rate. The labor ministry has approved film production as an economic activity. This is ...

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Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles April 5 - 9, 2017

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INDIAN FILM FESTIVAL OF LOS ANGELES ANNOUNCES ADDITIONAL PROGRAMMING AND SPECIAL EVENTS Legendary tabla maestro Zakir Hussain in person to present the documentary AN INDIAN ACCENT and participate in a conversation with Zane Dalal, Associate Music ...

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