Dances with Films Celebrates 25 Years of Indie Film


Dances With Films is celebrating 25 years of championing innovation, expertise, and creativity. The Los Angeles-based indie movie occasion will happen on the TCL Chinese Theater from June 9-19.

The competition will kick off opening evening with The Walk, directed by Daniel Adams and starring Terrence Howard, Jeremy Piven, Malcolm McDowell and Justin Chatwin, a robust story based mostly on true occasions about Boston’s 1974 desegregation busing. Closing out the competition is thriller Ghostwritten starring Jay Duplass and Maria Ditzia. 

Additional titles embody Ashgrove, a pandemic period movie starring Amanda Brugel (The Handmaids Tale), The Latin from Manhattan  which follows the wild life of grownup movie icon Vanessa Del Rio, starring Shane West, Jesse Metcalfe, Taryn Manning, Esai Morales, Drea de Matteo and Dita Von Teese.

Documentary choice We Paid Let us In! The Legend of Abstract Mindstate chronicles the inspiring journey of Chicago rhyme duo,AbstractMindstate, who reunited after a 16-year hiatus whenKanye Westsigned them to his newly launched document imprint in 2021. We Paid Let us In! additionally optionsCommonandDeon Cole.

How Does It Feel to be a Problem? traces the phenomenon of othering in America, how marginalized teams of persons are mistreated in a nation that allegedly cares about justice and equality, and featuresEd Asner, Danny Glover,Henry (*25*) music byJackson Browne.

Our PPLA documentary choose for Angelenos is Making a Killing,a movie on the surprising penalties of medical negligence and theoutdated California legal guidelines surrounding it, by Director Alexander J. Farrell and Producer & Co-Director Sepideh Haftgoli Loong and Producer Max Loong.

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