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In this forth coming week Los Angeles will be home to two indie fests. One is ethnic the other mainstream. The Los Angeles Greek Film Festival (LAGFF) begins Wednesday June 4 with the screening of Nick Cassavetes new film "The Other Woman" starring Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann and Kate Upton as the fest's opener. The other major indie fest running simultaneously is Dances With Films with a slate of original entries.
It is very likely we will be covering opening and closing night of the LAGFF. However since Dances With Films is well under way we are going tonight instead to see a movie starring Louis Mandylor whom we all know as the wise kid brother of Nia Vardalos in that runaway hit "My Big Fat Greek Wedding".
What makes both of these fests so dynamic is the richness of the talent being presented and the level of sophistication and skill that is being showcased in the art and craft of storytelling. The true art of entertainment.
We will be there tonight at the famed Chinese Theater in Hollywood for a screening of Mandylor's "The Mourning" about an American Vet from Desert Storm who disappeared twenty years ago only to turn up today looking the same as the day he disappeared. Ooooohhhhhh!!
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