LOS ANGELES — September 14, 2017 — The 9th annual DTLA Film Festival, Sept. 21-30 at L.A. LIVE, announced today its short film line-up comprised of 10 distinctly different programs of all genres.
LOS ANGELES - September 1, 2017 - The 9th annual DTLA Film Festival, Sept. 21-30 at L.A. LIVE, announced today its feature films including all documentary and narrative feature-length films in competition. The festival’s lineup includes motion pictures of all genres, representing countries spanning the globe. In keeping with this year’s theme - "Movies. Not walls" - the festival will host the first Enemy Nations Film Series. This series will present films from the countries labeled by immigration initiatives and Presidential tweets as homes to enemies of the state.
Along the walls of The Theatre at Ace Hotel in downtown Los Angeles is a pair of murals, painted in 1927 when the space was known as the United Artists Theatre, depicting members of Hollywood’s creative class in heaven and studio heads as demons. In the back of the theater is a projection booth, added
Apple's retail arrival in Downtown Los Angeles has been rumored many times, but now it's been reported that the deal is basically sealed for a famed venue on a section of southern Broadway that's been heating up for a while. The tech giant is "in the in the process of securing a lease for retail
Here’s your chance for BIG SCREEN exposure for the cost of a good idea. DTLA Film Festival announces its 2017 trailer contest, which we’re dubbing “Café Society.” There was a time in the not-to-distant past when today’s “creative class” was called Café Society. Really. Look it up. We figure today’s denizens of DTLA are the
Sponsor Spotlight – UCLA Extension Campus Offers Entertainment Industry Classes in the Heart of DTLA
UCLA Extension helps students go from big idea to big screen and from passion to pro. If you live or work in downtown LA, top caliber training in screenwriting and other entertainment fields is right at your doorstep. UCLA Extension offers continuing higher education courses and an exceptional learning experience, all from the convenience of
Someone once asked, why is youth wasted on the young? Obviously, they had never met a student filmmaker. The next gen of directors, writers, cinematographers and editors will get their own spotlight at the next DTLA Film Fest. By popular demand, the Festival has added a new Student Film program with all selected films to
Last fall, Portal A decided it needed to move. The digital content studio, best known for creating the annual YouTube Rewind video, had been in its first floor offices in the Los Angeles Times Building for a little more than a year, but it was already at capacity. On any given day, the 20 full-time
Downtown Los Angeles has transformed from a business district to a center of culture.
Once a bleak neighborhood of deserted streets and half-empty office buildings, downtown Los Angeles is experiencing a stunning revival as restaurants, businesses and new residents pour into the city. Read Full Story