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LA Harbor International Film Festival (LAHIFF)

(Movies)
When
From March 14, 2019 <m>(Thursday)
To March 17, 2019 <m>(Sunday)
Where
Warner Grand Theater
478 W. 6th St
San Pedro, California 90731 (US)
Website: https://www.laharborfilmfest.com/film-schedules-tickets

Event Details

The LA Harbor International Film Festival (LAHIFF) showcases film and video that reflects the harbor and all that it embraces - shipping and commerce, fishing, sailing, water sports, sea life and the area's rich ethnic and cultural influences - to create a cinematic bridge between the people of the region and the people of the world.

 

The first LAHIFF, is a non-competitive, non-juried festival, with programming by invitation and referral to be announced. Including a variety of film and video from around the world; and educational programs for youth and the general audience.


FILM SCHEDULE:


Warner Grand Theatre (WGT)
478 W. 6th St., historic downtown San Pedro, California - the Port of Los Angeles (POLA) A Facility of the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA)
Program Schedule (Subject to change without notice)
Box Office opens one hour before program

 

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Thurs. March 14 ~ Program A ~ 10:30 am"Read the Book, See the Movie"(Doors open 10 am) Education Outreach Program - Admission is FREE(public seating as available) Black Beauty(U.S.A., Warner Brothers, 1994, 88 min, G rating.; Dir. Caroline Thompson)

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Fri. March 15 ~ Program B ~ 7:30 pm ~ Opening Night (Doors open 7 pm) 

Sixteen Candles(U.S.A., Universal Pictures, 1984, 93 min., Presented in 35m, PG; Dir.  John Hughes)

 Birthday cake for all after the movie!

 

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Sat. March 18
Program C ~ 12 noon (Doors open 11:30 am)NewFilmmakers LA (NFMLA) On Location: The Los Angeles Video Project

(U.S.A., 2018; 91 min. 26 short 1-5 min. films)
Finalists of community engagement program sponsored by the City of Los Angeles, KTLA, Sunset Las Palmas Studios, L.A. City Council members Bob Blumenfield and Mitch O'Farrell Conversation and Q & A after screening with filmmakers

 

Program D ~ 7 pm (Doors open 6:30 pm)HOLLYWOOD NOSTALGIA TRIBUTE (HNT) (no discounts)

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes(U.S.A., Twentieth Century Fox, 1953, 91 min., not rated; Dir. Howard Hawkes)

5-6:45 pm "Diamonds On The Red Carpet Gala" ~ WGT Mezzanine

$65 pre-paid by Feb. 28h ($85 at door if space) includes buffet supper, screening, souvenir program, party bag Send check or M.O. made out to LAHIFF to: P.O. Box 5202, San Pedro, CA 90733 - names listed at door

 

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Sun. March 17 ~ "DocSunday" Presenting Sponsor Marathon Petroleum Los Angeles ~ POLA Premieres

Program E ~ 1 pm ~ FREE Admission (Doors open 12:30 pm) "Social Justice Theme 

"Rebel With A Cause:The Story of Aiko Herzig Yoshinaga

   (U.S.A., Idli Ramen Productions, 2016, 88 min., not rated; Dir. Janice Tanaka)

  Continues theme of Social Justice presented at many DocSunday programs

  Conversation and Q&A after screening with director and other participants to be confirmed

 

Program F ~ 4 pm (Doors open 3:30 pm)
Stories Of Los Angeles Harbor Area: For Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow - The Movie

   (U.S.A.. Gopher Crow Entertainment, 2017, @90 min., not rated; Producers Jack Baric & Stephanie Mardesich; Dir. Jack Baric) Los Angles County grant funding by Supervisor Janice Hahn, District 4

  Conversation and Q&A with director/producers and participants TBD after screening 

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