LA Indie warmly welcomes feature films, shorts, webseries, animated works, music videos, and TV pilots into its pool of consideration. Last year's festival honored a wide spectrum of exciting stories, from the inspiring true story of a high school running coach who led his team to a championship victory while battling Lou Gehrig's disease (Running for Jim) to an animated short chronicling the world's greatest hairdresser (Estefan).
December 20, 2013 - Regular Deadline
MISSION AND OBJECTIVE
LA Indie provides a showcase for the best shorts, features, television pilots, webseries, music videos, and animation in independent cinema.
MORE ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
The dual emphasis of LA Indie is to discover and promote great talents while also showcasing the works of well-known professionals and Hollywood stars. In previous years, the festival has boasted a "Casting Your Film" panel, an interracial 1890s Western, a retrospective of big-screen sex symbol Bettie Page, a feature-length reinterpretation of Macbeth, and a host of inspiring stories from around the globe.