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Los Angeles Film Festival announces jurors

HollywoodNews.com: The Los Angeles Film Festival has announced its jurors for the festival that kicks off today at L.A. Live.

The narrative jury consists of director Charles Burnett (Killer of Sheep, The Glass Shield),
screenwriter/producer Larry Karaszewski (Ed Wood, The People vs. Larry Flynt), and LA
Weekly film critic Ella Taylor. The documentary jury is comprised of director/actress Karen
Moncrief (Blue Car, The Dead Girl), director Arthur Dong (Licensed to Kill, Hollywood
Chinese), and film critic and journalist Robert Abele. Writer/performer Sandra Tsing-Loh
(solo show “Mother on Fire,” novel If You Lived Here, You’d Be Home By Now), actor Andrew
Garfield (Boy A, The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus) and director Tommy O’Haver (An
American Crime, Ella Enchanted) round out the shorts jury.

“I’m so excited to have all these great talents join us at the Festival this year,” said Artistic
Director David Ansen. “We have a strong competition line-up with more international feature
films and shorts than ever before, so we’re sure to have some lively cinematic discussions.”

The competition winners will be announced at the Awards Brunch at CHAYA Downtown on
Saturday, June 26, with the audience winners to be announced the following day.

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