Culver City Film Festival

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The Culver City Film Festival brings together a diverse group of filmmakers to share recent work and recognize local talent in a city celebrated for its cinematic history and cultural depth. The third annual festival will take place from December 3rd through the 10th with the ArcLight Cinema in downtown Culver City as the main screening venue.

Featuring both up-and-coming and experienced filmmakers, the film festival hopes to provide a venue for independent film that deserves exposure and recognition.

For more information, please visit CulverCityFilmFestival.com

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