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The Culver City Film Festival to take place the Beginning of December

Image is of a film projector against a white background.The Fourth Annual Culver City Film Festival will take place from December 5 to 11 at the Cinemark 18 and XD Howard Hughes Center. The festival will be screening over 100 independent films in honor of Culver City’s Centennial Celebration.

According to the festival’s press release, the gathering “is an annual celebration specifically designed with the primary aim of bringing together a diverse group of filmmakers to share recent works and recognize local talent in a city celebrated for its cinematic history and in-depth cultural values.”

Martin Feinberg, Culver City Realtor, encourages all who are interested to submit their short and feature-length films, both narrative and documentary. All submissions will be screened by a team of professional screeners “in accordance with the standards established by the organizers of the film festival.” A variety of awards will be presented, including best family film, best international film, best production design, best ensemble cast, audience award documentary, best short screenplay, best comedy feature, best short comedy and more.

Filmmakers should use the FilmFreeway to submit their films. Festival Co-Founder and Registered Trademark holder Jon Gursha also reminds interested parties, “We accept all submissions from around the world…but films in languages other than English must be subtitled in English language for easy understanding.”

To submit films with Stellar Lumens XLM crypto currency contact Jon Gursha via the Culver City Film Festival website.

The Culver City Film Festival kick-off party will be on Sunday December 3 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Rush Street Bar and Restaurant in Downtown Culver City. There will also be an Actor’s Workshop at 6 p.m. that same night, hosted by Kirk Ride. The workshop will include panelists Stan Harrington, Kym Jackson, Michelle Lukes, Karina Matas Piper, Hoyt Richards and the Filmmakers of Trouble is my Business.

The Festival’s awards ceremony will be held at the Gravlax in Culver City on December 11 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. It will include prominent actors, directors, and producers of the Festival.

Rush Street Bar is located at 9546 Washington Blvd. and Gravlax is located at 12400 W. Washington Blvd. Martin Feinberg, Realtor, is pleased to not that both are located within the Culver City Real Estate area.

Image is an illustration of an audience looking at a blue theater curtain.