Announcing Award Winners 2019

 

William Badgely – Best Feature Film 2019 “Here to be Heard: The Story of The Slits”

Mark Covino – Best Documentary Film 2019 “A Band called Death”

Jenn Wexler – Best Horror Film 2019 “The Ranger”

Angelo Moore – Best Crossover Artist 2019  “Optimistic Yes”

Honoring 2018 Awards 

Jaime Brooks & Sheldon Chick – Best Feature Film 2018 “Bomb City”

Mars Roberge –  Best Comedy Film 2018 “Scumbag”

Erica Schisler – Best Documentary Film 2018 “SpokAnarchy”

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April 19th 6pm Arrivals, 6:30pm Awards 

Beach Dancer Films 3401 Pacific Ave, Marina Del Rey, CA 90292

The venue changed this year which actually is great as we will have an Awards Show and can give away FREE tickets on certain Punk Online Sites, DoLA is giving away a pair †oo! BYOB is welcomed, you can pick up within walking distance if needed!  Snacks and soft drinks provided.  The films this year are of a great calibre, we are growing.

The third annual Punk Film Festival April, 2019 at 6:30pm for The Awards Show .Below is the schedule of the  program on 2 screens.

The 4th Annual LA Punk Fim Festival 2020 is proudly accepting entries on FilmFreeway, the world’s #1 way to enter film festivals and creative contests. 

                                                  

Special thanks some of major sponsors

SM1 Music Group/Sony Music

 

 

Buy your tickets here, $15 get them in advance before they sell out

Arrivals 6pm

Red Carpet

6.30pm Awards Ceremony

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Main Garden Screening Room

LA Punk Film Festival April 2019 6.30pm

Award Winning Movies and New Releases on 2 screens at LA Punk Film Festival, we are celebrating 50 yrs of all things Punk. The price of the event includes drink ticket and snacks for the evening.  Prizes will be given for the worst punk T shirt so put on the neon, pink and green, add some rips!

After the 1st Inaugural Punk Film Festival, the City of LA, gave punk… National Punk Day and created X as the emblem of LA and all things Punk!

3401 Pacific Ave,1st Flr, 2B, Marina Del Rey, CA 90292
(Enter reception area by the ocean porch) 310-721-2389

Shuttle service available and free street parking or $4-6 paid beach parking enter at end of Washington Bl, go south, park and walk up Catamaran Street to Pacific.

Schedule of event

6.30pm Red Carpet and Awards Show hosted by Mars Roberge and Debra Haden live with Punk Rock Demonstration Radio Show and photo ops

7.30pm Q and A with William Badgely, a new movie release

Here to be Heard- The Story of The Slits

9:15pm Get your Gonads,  a new film release preview by Sandie West

 

 

 

 

9.30pm Optimistic Yes produced by Angelo Moore of Fishbone featuring HR of Bad Brains

Angelo Moore is a singer and performer who hardly needs an introduction. Through his legendary band Fishbone, Angelo has influenced and defined a musical style and performance ability that has crossed generations and genres. 

10 pm A new movie release

The Ranger by Jenn Wexler

The Ranger (2018) Teen punks, on the run from the cops and hiding out in the woods, come up against the local authority, an unhinged park ranger with an axe to grind.

Outdoor Screening Room 2

Short Films

8pm Green Army produced by Nicholas Keefer/Association Utopia 18.30

8:20pm Johnny Colarado produced by Michael Benton 18:34

Videos

8.50pm Me Love to drive on the Wild Side by Walter Santucci

8.52pm More Freaks “Millennial Meltdown”
by Sean Melen

10pm A Band Called Death

Peru’s own Los Saicos, Sex PistolsThe RamonesNew York DollsThe Stooges, The Dictators, or even Death, was the first punk band in the history of punk bands.
Rockumentary and family love story, A BAND CALLED DEATH chronicles what happened almost three decades later, when a dusty 1974 demo tape made its way out of the attic.
Death is a Detroit rock band formed in Detroit, Michigan in 1971 by brothers Bobby, David, and Dannis Hackney. The trio started out as a funk band but switched to rock after seeing a concert by The Who. Wikipedia

11:20p One Man’s Madness by Director Jeff Baynes

A fresh, disorienting, quirky, slapstick romp through the history of Madness, accompanied by their irrepressible, flying saxophonist, Lee Thompson. And it is probably mostly true.

This year is the 3rd year we celebrate all things punk here in Los Angeles, a scene that has been underground and going

http://www.LAPunkFilmFestival.com

3401 Pacific Ave,1st Flr, 2B, Marina Del Rey, CA 90292
(Enter reception area by the ocean porch) 310-721-2389

Produced by Sandie West Beach Dancer Films

We reserve the right to update, change or replace any part of the programming times for the festival due to circumstances beyond our control.

Suzi Quatro trailer

Suzi Quatro, the first women of Punk….. Known as Leather Tuscadero on Happy Days.

Trailer:How to talk to Girls at Parties

Trailer: Her Smell

Punk Chill Lounge

Vendors, Food, Beer and Wine in the garden area

Venice is the most visited city outside of Disneyland in America.  Indeed the venue Beyond Baroque is celebrating their 50th year, and they have been the our local Venice mainstay; Beyond Baroque which has been a space for cultivating innovative artists for over 50 yrs in Los Angeles –  literature, writers, poets, thinkers, a vital center for community and art.
 
Beatnick, and then punk in Los Angeles, grew from this epi-center and we are proud to be  showing films about punk here in Los Angeles for the third year.