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All Roads Film Festival

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In the LA-based movie Collateral, Max (played by Jamie Foxx) had only one way of taking a vacation: vicariously, through a photo of a tropical island in his taxi cab sun visor. Now, in two weeks, Max will have another choice.

From National Geographic's All Roads Film Project comes (bet you can't guess it) the All Roads Film Festival. Los Angeles is the first stop of this traveling Film Festival, which goes to various points across the continent, from Washington D.C. to Vancouver to Bainbridge Island outside Seattle.

We're especially excited over the Animation Program, but also thrilled to see
Emmanuel Jal scheduled to perform at the Egyptian Theatre courtyard on Friday, September 29th. In addition to films and music, the courtyard will also host a photography exhibit while Art Center hosts a discussion which all you Flickr/Blogger peeps might find interesting: Culture Through the Digital Medium.

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