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NewFilmmakers Los Angeles Announces Finalists for This Year’s On Location: The Los Angeles Video Project

NewFilmmakers Los Angeles in partnership with the LA Tourism & Convention Board and LA Weekly invite you on October 20th, 2012 for this year’s On Location: The Los Angeles Video Project premiere event at the AT&T Center. Come see how creative filmmakers highlight Los Angeles to the rest of the world with the premiere of 22 short films centered on LA during a screening and after-party red carpet event. Producer Steven J. Wolfe of the hit film 500 Days of Summer among other special guests such as LA City Council members Paul Krekorian, Jan Perry and Tom LaBonge will join in on the festivities.

The schedule:

6:30pm Press Check-in
7:00pm General Admission & Pre-Screening Reception
8:15pm On Location Program Screening

Selected finalist films and filmmakers are:

 * I Am LA (Dir. Bryce Dicristofalo)
 * Destination Los Angeles (Dir. Brandon Valiente)
 * LA Moments (Dir. Michael Malagon)
 * Goodbye, I Love You (Dir. Hernan Cazares)
 * Sarah (Dir. Leor Baum)
 * How to Live in LA (Dir. Cameron Sperling)
 * HELLO LA (Dir. Kiana Wilson)
 * LA NOIR (Dir. Felix Martiz)
 * I Love LA (Dir. Steven Biton and Julius Hudson)
 * I Heart Los Angeles (Dir. Chanel Eakin and Dave Groseclose)
 * An LA Story (Dir. Jeffrey Sun)
 * Dream of a Resident Tourist (Dir. Shahriar Rahman)
 * Liefs (With Love) (Dir. Beri Shalmashi)
 * Within the City Limitless (Dir. Carolfrances Likins)
 * Nightfall (Dir. Colin Rich)
 * So What’s the Plan for Tonight? (Dir. Daniel Zafran)
 * LA-Highlighted (Dir. Sevag Mahserejian)
 * Los Angeles: Find Yourself (Dir. Gregory J.M. Kasunich)
 * Scavenger (Dir. Ruddy Anthony Salazar)
 * LOS ANGELES (Dir. Carlos Florez)
 * Whatcha Wanna Do? (Dir. Tim Cardenas)
 * LA Encounter (Dir. Amy Hung and Man Lin)

Attendees will have the opportunity to meet the directors of each film as well as participate in voting for the Audience Award.

Admission to the event is only $10 online or $15 at the door. All-Night Access passes are available for $20 online or $25 at the door. This includes admission, complimentary parking and open bar the entire evening. Purchase your tickets here.

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