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Paladar: Motivated by the difficulties in finding a good meal near school, Robert Kronfil and Alex Chang, two USC undergraduate students, started Paladar, a supper club, out of their off-campus apartment. After building tables, scavenging chairs, and buying the essential dinnerware, in December of 2009 they served their first three-course prix fixe to 12 of their close friends. With a year 64 diners an evening, selling out reservations and becoming the toast of L.A.'s discriminating foodie culture .... all under the radar of school, health dept. and police authorties. At last, here's the inside scoop on how two hungry students on a mission managed to turned L.A. food culture upside down. (72 Minutes)

Director: Gil Freston
Editor: Kyle Müller
Producer: Eric B. Fleischman

TRAILER: http://www.paladarfilm.com/
FB PAGE: https://www.facebook.com/paladardoc
WEBSITE:http://www.paladarfilm.com/


Plays with the following short:

Spray: In a world increasingly dominated by consumerism and big-named brands, Kayla, a young graffiti artist, attempts to fight back, using her spray can, against the big corporations that dominate her world. When one of her companions is kidnapped by devious corporate interests, Kayla must find the courage to save her friend and confront the material hypocrisy in her own life. (10 minutes)

Director/Writer: Joe Slavin
Producer: Samuel Greenhouse


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IF IT’S SUMMER IN THE CITY, THEN IT’S TIME FOR DOWNTOWN FILM FESTIVAL L.A.
The award-winning Downtown Film Festival L.A., now in its 5th year, will be held this year July 10-20 at the Downtown Independent Theater, the AT&T Center Theater, The Grammy Museum Clive Davis Theater, and alternative venues throughout downtown.

This year’s festival will screen more than 100 films — features, documentaries and shorts — from local, national and international filmmakers. The festival will showcase Los Angeles premieres from other leading festivals including Sundance, Slamdance, SXSW and Tribeca. Winners from the festival’s international digital shorts competition will be presented at the Los Angeles Center for Digital Art during the July 11th Downtown L.A. Art Walk. A special showcase of 3-D short films from France will screen on Sunday, July 14th.







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EVENT LOCATION

Directions

Downtown Independent Theater

251 S Main Street, Los Angeles,CA, 90012


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TALENT

Bobby Kronfli / Alex Chang