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May 10, 2003 | Paul Lieberman, Times Staff Writer
Jennifer Elster attended her first film festival as an outsider, a wannabe trying to "maneuver" her way into parties at Sundance in 2001, where she hoped to scout out "the politics and the vibe" of such events. "I was preparing myself," she says now. Elster was a 27-year-old Manhattan fashion stylist then, making her living working on photo shoots and music videos.
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May 10, 2003 | Paul Lieberman, Times Staff Writer
Jennifer Elster attended her first film festival as an outsider, a wannabe trying to "maneuver" her way into parties at Sundance in 2001, where she hoped to scout out "the politics and the vibe" of such events. "I was preparing myself," she says now. Elster was a 27-year-old Manhattan fashion stylist then, making her living working on photo shoots and music videos.
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June 11, 2003 | Jessica Hundley, Special to The Times
Europe may have Berlin, Venice and Cannes, but stateside the film festival circuit is more or less dominated by the monolithic Sundance event, a 10-day whirlwind atop the snowy Utah mountains, miles and worlds away from L.A.'s sun and smog. But the IFP/ Los Angeles Film Festival is campaigning to change all that.
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June 12, 2003 | Kevin Thomas, Times Staff Writer
The Los Angeles Film Festival has chosen as its annual centerpiece premiere George Hickenlooper's documentary on local character Rodney Bingenheimer, "The Mayor of Sunset Strip." This engrossing work, at once compassionate and rigorous, comprehensive and succinct, would be the centerpiece of any festival for the way it illuminates the life and times of the enigmatic, diminutive Bingenheimer, an influential figure in rock music for four decades and long-running on-air personality at KROQ-FM (106.
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