List of Movies Screening in LA Film Festival - World Fiction; Foreign Films with 2 from BrazilNaveen Kumar (Author) Published Date : Sep 21, 2018 12:14 IST
The LA Film Festival has started with a bang on celebrations on Thursday in Los Angeles and will be held throughout a week until September 28. The festival includes the screening of independent short and feature films in which the deserving film would be awarded various titles under each category.
More foreign films are taking place in the screenings which were competed by films from various countries representing the art of cinema in their nation. The festival is known for sending the best short film nominees to the Oscars, which makes the international filmmakers take part in the festival.
The movies under fictional drama genre will take part of this category screenings in which seven films are being screened. Films from various countries including Syria, Lebanon, Korea, France, Poland, and two films are coming from the Brazilian makers. The Movies which are screened in the World Fiction category at LA Film Festival is listed below.
Heaven Without People (2017)Country & Language: Lebanon/ArabicDirector: Lucien BourjeilyStars: Farah Shaer, Jenny Gebara
Microhabitat (2017)Country & Language: South Korea/KoreanDirector: Jeon Go-Woon Stars: Esom, Jin-ah Kang
Border (2018)Country & Language: Sweden/SwedishDirector: Ali AbbasiStars: Eva Melander, Eero Milonoff, Viktor Akerblom
The Day I Lost My Shadow (2018)Country & Language: Syria| France| Lebanon| Qatar/ ArabicDirector: Soudade KaadanStars: Reham Alkassar, Sawsan Arshid, Samer Ismail
Tower. A Bright Day. (2017)Country & Language: Poland | Czech/ PolishDirector: Jagoda SzelcStars: Anna Krotoska, Dorota Lukasiewicz
Socrates (2018)Country & Language: Brazil/PortugueseDirector: Alex MorattoStars: Christian Malheiros, Tales Ordakji
The Cotton Wool War (2018)Country & Language: Brazil/PortugueseDirectors: Marilia Hughes, Cláudio MarquesStars: Thaia Perez, Dora Goritzki, Thaila Lima
List of Movies Screening in LA Film Festival - World Fiction; Foreign Films with 2 from Brazil