los angeles new wave

international

film festival

(Formerly The LA International Film Festival)


                     THE NEXT FACTOR IN INTERNATIONAL CINEMA

                    BLOCK ONE SCREENINGS

                                6:30pm-8:30pm

                                       






IAMEVE “Starman””

Dir. By Thor Freudenthal

IAMEVE's tale begins with the release of “Starman”, a mesmerizing video short where two soulmates are reunited in a multi-dimensional plane of existence. It’s orchestral tapestry of sound and melody will worm its way down your ear canals to the base of your spine. “Starman” is part of a sci-fantasy transmedia fairy tale called The Everything Nothing, about creation, fractured identity, and transcending physical form.


Walk on WALK OF FAME” Dir. By

Siva Kumar Kondaveeti

A whole condo had its routine changed after Felix arrived. A smart little kid who knows he's going to die soon. The way he faces his destiny changes everyone around him.


Lola Still Dances” Dir. By Ana Mancera

Lola is being held captive, forced to be a prostitute. She tries to escape but can only do this in her imagination where she is a beautiful ballerina


How To Destroy Angels” Dir. By Michael Gonzalez

A mysterious man recounts the story of his wife's murder to a stranger at a bar.



*Please note that all tickets will be held at the box office for pick up the day of the screening. All sales are final.


                    BLOCK TWO SCREENINGS

                                8:30pm-10:30pm

                                         






Detour” Dir. By Anna Radchenko

This is a very surreal and tender story about a girl arriving at a strange hairy location with round and quirky inhabitants.   60kg of hair has been used for the set design.

After The Storm” Dir. By Felix Tobin

This is the story of a small group of raindrops, as we follow their adventures during and after the storm.


Two Steps Away” Dir. By Gabriele Fabbro

Two young students try to be noticed by the person they like from opposite sides of a canal.


Kate Can’t Swim” Dir. By Josh Helman

Kate is almost thirty, almost engaged, almost settled in her career as a writer—but is deeply dissatisfied. When her best friend Em returns from a year in Paris, with a surprising new lover in tow, everything in Kate’s world begins to slowly unravel.


*Please note that all tickets will be held at the box office for pick up the day of the screening. All sales are final.


                    BLOCK THREE SCREENINGS

                                10:30pm-12:30am

                                            





G.I. Hospital” Dir. By Jonny Lewis

Antiwar comedy. A group of severely wounded soldiers are cheerful about their injuries. After all, it's not like they lost their arms or legs for nothing. It was "for their country," so that makes it okay. This film uses humor to encourage the viewer to think twice about the personal cost of war.


Wreckage” Dir. By Spyder Dobrofsky

On a boat ride through uncharted waters, a castaway is questioned by his savior. But is he really saved…?


“The Fence” Dir. By Warren Pereira

Short film that examines the controversial fence in Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve that divides wildlife from mankind.


The Butterfly Fable” Dir. By Christopher Sin

A Vietnam Veteran haunted with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder finds a glimmer of peace in the form of a fireside fable.


Audition” Dir. By Michael Kuznar

John is a washed up middle-age actor waiting nervously in a dingy hall for an audition that could salvage his career. When a younger actor with a eerie resemblance suddenly appears, John's confidence and sanity will be tested. Things are not as normal as they appear.


Lola Still Dances” Dir. By Ana Mancera

Lola is being held captive, forced to be a prostitute. She tries to escape but can only do this in her imagination where she is a beautiful ballerina


How To Destroy Angels” Dir. By Michael Gonzalez

A mysterious man recounts the story of his wife's murder to a stranger at a bar.



*Please note that all tickets will be held at the box office for pick up the day of the screening. All sales are final.


Spring 2017 screenings      
  Saturday March 25th
The Complex Hollywood
Dorie Theatre
6476 Santa Monica Blvd.

  Hollywood, CA
90038