"Looking In" To Be Screened At Culver City Film Festival

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Looking In has been accepted into the Culver City Film Festival and will be screened in December.

Looking In is a short film produced and completed this past summer as a collaboration between Tequila Mockingbird Productions and Enlark Productions. The film began as an actor’s reel that quickly evolved into an actual short film.

The film follows Clark, a young schizophrenic man who works at a church as part of a rehabilitation program, who starts talking with a mysterious girl in white. Soon after he begins seeing things that aren’t there, and missing long stretches of time. His past issues with mental illness are called into question, but Clark has never felt more sure of himself.

The film has been very well-received and recognized for its direction, cinematography, and production. During the Show Low Film Festival, Looking In won the award for Best Suspense.

Screening Information

Cinemark 18 & XD
6081 Center Drive 
Los Angeles, CA 90045

Date:
Friday, December 7, 2018

Time:
9:30 pm

Film Title:
Looking In

 
 

About Culver City Film Festival

The Culver City Film Festival takes place December 2nd - 10th screening films December 4th - 9th at the Cinemark 18 & XD at the Promenade at the Howard Hughes Center. The main venue is the Cinemark 18XD located at the Howard Hughes Promenade conveniently located just north of LAX off the 405 Freeway. They screen independent films from all over the world with a major focus on Southern California filmmakers.