The festival will take place at Loyola Marymount University’s Playa Vista Campus, a newly opened facility housing the school’s graduate film and television programs that promote cross-collaboration with the surrounding Silicon Beach-area tech and entrepreneurial industries.
The free mini-film festival will be held on campus and features a selection of classic restored films from acclaimed filmmakers Arthur Penn, John Murray Anderson, Malcolm St. Clair, Marlon Brando, and Antonio Pietrangeli, as well as a screening of Stevan Riley’s 2015 documentary about Brando, Listen To Me Marlon.
The School of Film and Television’s interview series, moderated by Stephen Galloway, executive editor of The Hollywood Reporter, will also feature legendary producer Roger Corman and a special interview with Sherry Lansing, the former chairman of Paramount Pictures and producer of Fatal Attraction, and the subject of Galloway’s new biography Leading Lady, due out April 25.
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