Los Angeles Independent Film Festival Golden State Film Festival held at TCL Chinese 6 Theaters
The Golden State Film Festival screens more than 200 films in the 6 Chinese TCL cinemas.
HOLLYWOOD, CA, USA, March 25, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — The annual Golden State Film Festival was held in Hollywood this year at the TCL Chinese 6 Theatres. The week-long festival kicked off on Friday February 25 and ran through Thursday, March 3. The world-class, Los Angeles-based film festival features a wide variety of extraordinary independent films.This year’s edition of the festival program featured over 200 films and can be viewed on the festival’s website, goldenstatefilmfestival.com An Opening Night’s Kick-Off Party was held at the ‘Sorry Not Sorry’ Restaurant & Bar, and the Closing Night’s Red Carpet Awards Ceremony took place at TCL Chinese 6 Theaters after the festival.
The global movie industry continues to evolve as more talented and creative people in different categories including screenwriting, producing and directing continue to emerge to deliver an incredible experience for moviegoers around the world. . Independent filmmakers and other categories of players in this market segment have made a significant contribution to the industry. However, practitioners in the independent film market haven’t particularly gotten the recognition they deserve, which is where the duo of Jon Gursha and Peter Greene aim to make a difference by providing a platform for emerging independent filmmakers. to showcase their talents. “It’s great that we’ve created a world-class film festival in Hollywood for the independent filmmaking community,” said festival director Jon Gursha.
The 2022 edition of the film festival marked the return of the event, with an exciting line-up of feature films and short films screened on DCP for the enjoyment of audiences. The 2022 Golden State Film Festival screened over 200 independent films from different parts of the world, making it one of the biggest industry events in terms of number of screenings. The event will be available on ShortsDaily Roku Channel, giving filmmakers more exposure and the ability to reach large audiences. “We had an excellent selection of high-quality independent films from around the world bringing together diverse audiences,” said program director Peter Greene.
Here are some of the independent films highlighted this year:
“AUDIO” by Jimmy Nickerson; “BET ON BEN” by Nick Felice; “BREXIT THROUGH NON-POLITICAL GLASS” by Nina Kojima; “BULLSHIT” by Borys Shusterman; “CHAPTER TWO” by Glenn Smith; “COVID ROULETTE” by Pat Caesar; “DIE TO LIVE” by Jed Bernard; “HER PLACE” by Matt Guajardo Kelsey; “KALLIOPE’S FROM FEAR TO FREEDOM” by Kalliope Barlis; “KEVIN AND WINNIE” by John DiMarco; “KILLER HIGHWAY” by “Zaybe Valencia Bellver”; “LIFE DRAWING” by Gregory Earls; “LIFE SAVER – THE VACCINE” by Pat Caesar; “LOLO” by Chris Banda; “MINNESOTA: THE SELMA OF MODERN DAYS” by Michael Carlin; “PARENTAL ALIENATION: THE FOLLOW-UPS” by Petra Deeter; “ST MARTIN DE TOURS” by Tony DiMurro; “SUGAR BEACH” by Zoé Manzotti; “THE FIRST INAUGURATION” by Joseph Alexandre; “THE HEIGHTS” by Clinton Pernell; “HOLY WATER” by Aleksandra Timan; “THE MOVIE” by Michael Mandell; “THE POINT” by Tom Anastasi; “THE WORLD ACCORDING TO COVID 2020 AND BEYOND” by Cathie Boruch; “WHAT MATTERS MOST” by Tom Anastasi; “WHY I AM VEGAN” by Lindsay Hicks; “ADDICTED TO JOY” by Richard Newman; “NECKLACE” by Savannah M. Ryan.
The Golden State Film Festival provides the independent film community with a global voice and platform. The Golden State Film Festival is a registered trademark. For more information on the Golden State Film Festival, visit goldenstatefilmfestival.com.
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