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Film Vlog: AFI FEST '14

AFI FEST has finally come and gone! AFI FEST has always been on top of their game when it comes to showcasing some of the finest and groundbreaking International and American cinema and this year, they outdid themselves. Highlighting the fest, they had an emotional and long-overdue tribute to the legendary Sophia Loren who has graced the Italian and American screens for generations. I had the privilege of being able to watch just a fraction of the films they had and I am even sad that I was not able to watch EVERYTHING! AFI FEST is a particularly great festival considering that all their tickets are FREE. Yeah, you heard that right, $FREE.99! 

And with that, you have one of the best curated film festivals in Los Angeles that caters to the mainstream and the indiest of audiences! You betcha that I was able to film some stuff while I was there so make sure to check out my film vlog down below! And keep your eyes out for upcoming reviews this week and many more updates on these films because I loved them all so much and everyone must watch them!

Top Five Films:
Girlhood (Dir. Céline Sciamma) (See review)
Mommy (Dir. Xavier Dolan)
The Tribe (Dir. Miroslav Slaboshpitsky)
The Absent (Dir. Nicholás Pereda)
Felt (Dir. Jason Banker) (See review)

A Most Violent Year (Dir. J.C. Chandor) (See ReviewB+
Eden (Mia Hansen-Løve) (See interview
The Midnight Swim (Dir. Sarah Adina Smith) B+
Two Days, One Night (Dir. Jean-Pierre Dardenne & Luc Dardenne) A
Merchants of Doubt (Dir. Robert Kenner) A
Inherent Vice (Dir. Paul Thomas Anderson) B+
Thou Wast Mild & Lovely (Dir. Josephine Decker) (See ReviewA-
Stations of the Cross (Dir. Dietrich Brüggemann) A
Haemoo (Dir. Shim Sung-bo) (See ReviewB+
Tales of the Grim Sleeper (Dir. Nick Broomfield) A
Happy Valley (Dir. Amir Bar-Lev) A
What We Do in the Shadows (Dir. Jemaine Clement & Taika Waititi) A
Fish & Cat (Dir. Shahram Mokri) A

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