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Score LA Film Festival Passes Now, to Catch Jack Black in 'Bernie'

May 26, 2011 at 1:20 PM | by | ()

Now that the the Cannes Film Festival has wrapped up after another star-studded year, we'll have to wait for until TIFF in September for the next big film fest. In the meantime, there a few smaller festivals worth checking out, including the Los Angeles Film Festival.

The LA Film Festival will take place between June 16 – 26. It was just announced that Bernie, starring Jack Black and Matthew McConaughey, will kick off the fest on June 16 at the Regal Cinema Stadium 14 L.A. Live.

In addition to selected films, there will also be conversations with James Franco and director Julie Taymor (who is now best known for being fired as director of Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark on Broadway).

Individual tickets for films and talks start at $13 while festival passes range from $100 to $3000. All tickets go on sale May 31 and can be purchased at lafilmfest.com.

If you'd rather participate in the fest than just attend, they are still looking for volunteers too. Volunteers must attend one orientation meeting and make a commitment to work at least 20 hours between June 13 – 27, 2011. You can register here.

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