Hollywood Film Festival executive director Jon Fitzgerald announced the strand that rounds out the programme as the festival’s October 16-19 dates draw closer.
Celebrate Hollywood recognises “films shot in Hollywood, or which reference show business.”
The seven titles are: Becoming Bulletproof by Michael Barnett (US Premiere); Alex Of Venice (pictured) by Chris Messina; Sister by David Lascher; The Dramatics (A Comedy) by Scott Rodgers; The Toy Soldiers by Erik Peter Carlson; Time Lapse by Bradley King and B P Cooper; and You Must Be Joking by Jake Wilson.
HFF will also pay tribute to a filmmaker in the CineCause Spotlight category “who successfully demonstrates the power of film to create change.”
“Celebrate Hollywood provides opportunity to pay homage to the motion picture capital and its impact on entertainment,” said Fitzgerald. “As the festival grows and becomes more relevant in the community, and as incentives continue to be given for filmmaking in Hollywood, we expect this will become one of the more competitive sections of the Fest.”
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