NewFilmmakers Los Angeles Premieres Comedy Feature at August 2017 Film Festival

NewFilmmakers Los Angeles' monthly film festival is back on August 26th, 2017 with a line-up of 12 international short films and feature comedy “How to Get Girls” starring Chris Elliott, Kate Flannery, David Koechner and Chris Kattan.

Los Angeles, CA, August 08, 2017 --( On Saturday, August 26th, 2017, NewFilmmakers Los Angeles (NFMLA) kicks off with two programs of short films.

In the third program, NFMLA presents InFocus: Youth Cinema. This marks the LA Premiere for "How to Get Girls." The film, from Omri Dorani and Zach Fox, stars a stellar cast including Chris Elliott, Kate Flannery, David Koechner and Chris Kattan.

Con Boys - Directed by Ryan Casselman

A small-time con artist Jimmy is forced to look after his neighbor's little brother Robbie for the day.

Twenty-Something (Pet Shop Boys) - Directed by Gavin Filipiak

The music video follows the hardships of an ex gang member as he struggles to integrate into society after incarceration.

Pet Shop Boys have acquired several Grammy nominations and have won an MTV Europe Music Award and the San Diego Film Award for Best Music Video.

Quelle vie! - Directed by Joakim Scheidegger

Remy moves to an old apartment in a building and quickly discovers the challenges he's up against with his new landlord. Will Remy solve his problem?

Plastic Ankles - Directed by TKHS

A day in the life of Marlon, a man convicted for a crime he didn't commit, struggling with his inner battles and unclear memories.

833 - Directed by Vijay D. Varu

Running late for work, an out of breath Jake begins a journey towards enlightenment and self-discovery.

Kinesthesia - Directed by Jesse Atlas

A supernatural dance short featuring the fictional Paulo Saramago's retelling of his memories, an old dance recital.

The Cage - Directed by Ricky Staub

The story of a teenage basketball player's survival on Philly's streets that entangle him with violence, anger and death.

Come Here Often? - Directed by Morgan Dameron

Three vignettes in the same sleepy bar about romance, friendship and taking chances.

Irving - Directed by Rebecca Feldman

A Brooklyn curmudgeon receives a surprise visit from a British gentleman claiming to be his son.

The Singing Bones - Directed by Danishka Esterhazy

Adapted from the story by celebrated author Francesca Lia Block, The Singing Bones is a modern dark fairy tale.

Real Artists - Directed by Cameo Wood

In the near future, a young animator is offered what should be her dream job. But when she discovers the truth of the modern 'creative' process, she must make a hard choice about her passion for film.

Waste - Directed by Justine Raczkiewicz

Roger lives a grim and detached life, picking up medical waste for a living, but looks forward to his evening conversations with his quirky roommate and foodie, Olive.

How to Get Girls - Directed by Omri Dorani and Zach Fox

In this teen comedy, an awkward high schooler takes advantage of his childhood best friend's newly developed good looks in order to gain popularity and get girls.

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