96 Ways To Say I Love You To Screen On Sunday At Downtown Film Festival LA


The short film 96 Ways To Say I Love You, written and directed by Daisy Aitkens, will now be screening as part of the Downtown Film Festival Los Angeles on Sunday 26th July. The 11-minute long film stars David Tennant, Nina Sosanya, Georgia Moffett (who also produced it), Christian Brassington, Adam Paul Harvey, Joel Fry and Ingrid Oliver. It premiered at the London International Film Festival on April 18th

96 Ways To Say I Love You
I LOVE YOU Who says it first? This film explores that age old question via a mockumentary interwoven with a love story narrative. As well as, naturally, a great twist. 96 Ways To Say I Love You investigates the fragile power dynamic of saying those three little words. It's a romcom with real characters, real relationships, real screw ups.

96 Ways To Say I Love You is included in the Short Films Programme  which will screen from 7.30pm at the Regent Theater, S. Main Street, Los Angeles. Tickets are now on sale (18+ only) at $13 each, or $25 for the VIP option.

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The Downtown Film Festival Los Angeles takes place between 22nd - 26th July in venues throughout downtown LA, with the Regent Theatre in S. Main Street as its heart. The mission of the festival is to showcase the very best of independent cinema. This year marks the seventh year that the annual event has been running and the organisers are proud to announce that half of the films screening are by women directors. The programme also includes I Remember You, directed by Claudia Sparrow, music documentary Hardcore DEVO Live! and high school drama A Sort Of Homecoming directed by Maria Burton.



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