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An interview with director of Coming Out, Dénes Orosz, screened at the Hungarian Film Festival of Los Angeles 2014

Coming Out  directed by Dénes Orosz is one of the films participating in Hungarian Film Festival of Los Angeles 2014. What do you do when you find you’re not the man you thought you were? This is the story of Hungary’s most famous gay celebrity who openly admits his homosexuality and ... Full story

Márk Bodzsár talks about Heavenly Shift, in competition at Hungarian Film Festival Los Angeles, Nov. 14 - 20

Heavenly Shift directed by Márk Bodzsár is one of the films participating in Hungarian Film Festival of Los Angeles 2014. Death does not select, man does. – Set in Budapest, Heavenly Shift offers an eerie insight into the everyday lives of ... Full story

An interview with Jacqueline Lyanga about AFIFEST 2014

AFI FEST 2014 will run from November 6 to November 13. As in years passed, we had the opportunity to interview Jacqueline Lyanga, Festival Director, the American Film Institute’s (AFI) annual film festival in Los Angeles.For Jacqueline Lyanga, it’s a ... Full story

Looking back at 2014 Polish Film Festival Los Angeles

To review the finding out about the success of 2014 Polish Film Festival, Los Angeles we had an interview with Vladek Juszkiewicz, director of the festival.Bijan Tehrani: Looking back at the 2014 Los Angeles Polish Film Festival, how happy are ... Full story

Alek Pietrzak Winner of Cinema Without Borders Best Short Film at 2014 Polish Film Festival, LA talks about his film Strong Coffee Isn’t That Bad

Strong Coffee Isn’t That Bad winner of Cinema Without Borders award for the Best Short Film at Polish Film Festival, LA, is about relationship between a father and a son. In this comedy-drama, the son comes back home after 18years ... Full story

Fareed Majari talks about GERMAN CURRENTS 2014 - October 9 - 12

The Goethe-Institut Los Angeles and the American Cinematheque will celebrate the 8th edition of German Currents on October 9th -12th, 2014 at the historic Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood.German Currents 2014 - 8th Annual Festival of German Film Los Angeles begins ... Full story

STRONG COFFEE ISN`T THAT BAD wins Cinema Without Borders' Best Short Film Award at 2014 Polish Film Festival, Los Angeles

Strong Coffee Isn't That Bad, a short film directed by Alek Pietrzak, won Cinema Without Borders' Bridging The Borders Award for Best Short Film at the 2014 Polish Film Festival, Los Angeles. Bijan Tehrani, Editor in Chief of Cinema Without ... Full story

A conversation with Jacek Bromski about his film ONE WAY TICKET TO THE MOON, at Polish Film Festival Los Angeles & Polish Cinema

Set in 1969, ONE WAY TICKET TO THE MOON, written and directed by Jacek Bromski, centers on two brothers as they travel across Poland in search of a few instant life experiences. When Adam is drafted into the Polish army ... Full story

Cinema Without Borders announces jury members and nominees for the Best Short Film Award at Polish Film Festival, Los Angeles

Every year at Polish Film Festival, Los Angeles, Cinema Without Borders offers an award for the Best Polish Short Film. For 2014 Polish Film Festival, Cinema Without Borders jury members are Drew Denny, Ziggy Kozlowski, Rachel O’Meara and Bijan Tehrani.Nominees ... Full story

An interview with Antoni Pawlicki about his performance in BIG LOVE that will be screened at Polish Film Festival Los Angeles

BIG LOVE happens in a big city in Poland. Emilia, 16 years old, meets handsome and manly Maciek (played by Antoni Pawlicki) who is seven years older than her. Maciek introduces the girl to the fascinating world of passion. However, ... Full story

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