Go see Bobby Byrne. It’s a bit of nostalgia and a bit of show biz mixed together you’ll more than enjoy. This guy should be on a variety show. -Ted Green Echo Park Film Center Presents LET ME SING: THE STORY OF BOBBY BYRNE Rating: Unrated | Runtime: 56 Minutes | Year: 2009 | Trailer: Sing Thursday, […]Read more "Pick for 8/18/11 – “Let Me Sing: The Story of Bobby Byrne”"
King Dong dips us into the aesthetically manicured world of never-known comedy filmmaker Len Cella. Making films and videos since the 1960s, this one-man production unit makes the lowest-brow art with all the seriousness of an auteur. His apartment is a living film set, his day job as a house painter is interrupted by stints […]Read more "Pick for 4/21/11 – “King Dong”"
Join us for a special double bill: a celebration of short films on family and community stories by the Spring 2011 EPFC Intro to Documentary Filmmaking Class and the North American premiere of CALIFORNIA DREAMING, a documentary by Dutch filmmaker, journalist and cultural essayist Bregtje van der Haak. -Echo Park Film Center Echo Park Film […]Read more "Pick for 4/5/11 – Documentary Class Screening & “California Dreaming”"
Please join us for the premiere of The Sound We See, the Fall 2010 EPFC Youth Filmmaking Project DVD. Three dozen students between the ages of 12 and 19 embarked on an epic 12-week adventure, creating a 24-hour portrait of Los Angeles on black and white 16mm film. The result is an exquisite cinematic symphony […]Read more "Pick for 3/31/11 – “The Sound We See: A Los Angeles City Symphony”"