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FEEDBACK FILM FESTIVAL Thursday Sept. 5th

The FEEDBACK Monthly Film Festival coming to Los Angeles.. Our LA home is Regal L.A. LIVE Cinemas, located in the heart of downtown Los Angeles (beside the Staples Center) at 1000 W Olympic Blvd.. The event runs from 7pm to 9:10pm.Showcasing the best of short films from around the world, while maintaining our audience feedback format moderated by Rachel Elder.

Tickets are FREE or PAY WHAT YOU LIKE. Reserve your tickets online.

If you like to obtain seats in advance and pick them up on the day of the event (come for FREE, or make a donation), please email us at festival@lafeedbackfilmfestival.com  and we’ll reserve seats for you.

You can always make a tiny donation to the festival to guarantee your seats on the next and skip the lines:

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Here is the full program of films. Festival starts at 7pm sharp!



FIRST ACT PROGRAM

REDEMPTION, 7min., USA, Experimental

Directed by Anthony Venezia

Deals with the death and resurrection of the human essence. This is not about a physical death but a spiritual one. The themes are my abstract interpretations of actual events that I have experienced. Those experiences dealt with the death of hope and spirit and their restorations.

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THE SHE IN ME, 3min., France, Music Video

Directed by Mikaël Vecchio

Are we prisonners ? Between light and dark, between destruction and beauty, between wild and thinking, monster and human ? “The She in me” is a experimental idea thought by Alexandra Moulié (Make up Fx) and Mikaël Vecchio (writer, director and editor).

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PASSAGE, 2min., Australia, Animation/Experimental

Directed by Ashley Young

A surreal and expressionistic animation. A painted female figure steps through a doorway, undergoing a surreal exploration of body and identity, whilst being confronted with distortions of herself. Digitally painted frame by frame animation.

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UFO, 4min., Belgium, Music Video

Directed by Kevin Meul

Boy meets girl. He turns out to be an alien.

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RANGWANG, 6min., Canada, Experimental

Directed by Kate Kroll

An experimental documentary containing interviews with Tibetan refugees as they discuss Tibetan self immolation, their feelings about it, and what would drive somone to commit such an extreme act.

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DANCE WITH DEATH, 6min., USA, Experimental

Directed by John Fairchild

When Enzo attempts suicide in his family bathroom, he is thrown into a barren purgatory landscape where Death catches him, shackles him, and initiates his final dance. A regretful, determined Enzo must fight Death’s seduction to get back to his life.

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THANATOS, 6min., USA, Music Video

Directed by Anjela Vega

Nonsense Mouth is a surreal and lyrical visual album in six chapters by theatrical composer Ellen Warkentine, exploring the heroine’s journey and themes of identity and individuation.

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SECOND ACT PROGRAM


TOO MANY BODIES, 6min., USA, Music Video

Directed by Reena Dutt

Too Many Bodies is a music video for Alex Mackey’s “Place Called Us”, addressing America’s need for gun reform through dance, music and passion, culminating in a website of resources for advocacy and survivor support.

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GEOMETRY, 2min., USA, Experimental

Directed by Simo Liu

Geometry is a visual music animated piece. Inspired by Oskar Fischinger and John Whitney, Geometry combines graphic shapes with music to show a ball’s journey.

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EMERGENCE, 5min., USA, Dance

Directed by Klaus Hoch

Directed and Conceived by Klaus Hoch, “Emergence” is dance music video shot as a single, continuous drone take. “Emergence” features live music composed and performed by Peter Manning Robinson playing his Refractor Piano\’99, with choreography by Emilio Dosal.

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FLORETS, 4min., USA, Music Video

Directed by David Javier

As I get older I keep realizing that so many things change in life. People go in and out. Trends go in and out. Relationships go in and out. We never know what our next path in life is and that\rquote s what is so astonishing. I relate the Florets to life. They grow, they are a wish, they are alive, they fade away, and then we find new growth.

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BLACK LIVES MATTER, 9min., USA, Experimental

Directed by Rosella Joseph

Six black women dancers interpret the struggles of racism and police brutality through there movements.

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UNREMEDIED, 2min., USA, Dance

Directed by Alayna Jennings

Sexual harassment is an epidemic.

I wrote this piece as a way to relieve the screams I felt suppressed in my own skin.

I created this work for anyone who felt they were hiding in their bones too.

We can not silence the monsters of our society by hiding them,
under beds they grow and maintain.

We must put light to our demons, only then can we truly discover what it means to remedy.

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ABSOLUTION, 7min, USA, Dance

Directed by Stirling Matheson & Sarah Farnsley

The House of the Rising Sun is a place of transition in music and folklore. It’s a purgatory where travelers, vagabonds, and lost souls cross paths before continuing toward their life after. Absolution is a snapshot of that purgatory, that waiting room, where souls must accept the regrets and disappointments in their lives before they can cross over. Personal struggles are highlighted in duets and solos throughout the piece. Some remorse is too difficult to let go, though, and while many find reprieve from their sins and escape the cycle of self-recrimination, others are doomed to stay and repeat it.

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