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``Tully'' premiered 2 1/2 years ago at the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival (then titled ``What Happened to Tully'') and deservedly won top honors for itself and Birmingham.
The result is the buoyant, pansexual Just One Time, premiering April 16 at the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival, in which one such put-upon young woman demands her fireman fiance (Janger) get it on with his gay admirer (Guillermo Diaz).
It was also at the Aspen Short Film Festival, where it won the award for best animation, and it was at the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival, where it won the Best Short Film.
The Los Angeles Independent Film Festival opens tonight at the Directors Guild of America, kicking off five days and nights of top-notch indie films of the past and present.
Its premiere in April of 1998 at the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival marked the beginning of what is now known as the Digital Revolution.
The Green Room comes to Bravo from filmmaker Steven Cantor, who has earned an Academy Award nomination for Blood Ties, his documentary about photographer Sally Mann and the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival Audience Award for Bounce: Behind the Velvet Curtain.
The digital revolution is hitting biggest right now in film festivals such as Sundance, where Thomas Vinterberg's digitally shot and edited feature ``The Celebration'' and Miller's ``The Cruise'' were the talk of the show, said Robert Faust, director of the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival, which starts this week.
com features actors competing for roles in the indie comedy &uot;Returning Mickey Stern,&uot; which earlier this year received script finalist honors at both the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival and the Long Island Independent Film Festival.