The Loudoun Film Festival
The LIFE Fest is on temporary hiatus, until travel and viewership further normalize. We will monitor protocols as they unfold, going forward. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
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A desperate man confronts the extinction of life on earth. The cause: those toxic plastic grocery bags seen drifting everywhere. A satirical, environmental comedy about the end of the world. Written and directed by Robert M. Snyder.
Park rangers, Lyle and Victor, just want their elite, invitation-only hunter's weekend event to go well, but when hunters start turning up dead, they must race to find the killer before they become the next victims. This micro-budget mockumentary style, dark comedy was shot in the woods of Virginia, in six days, with a crew of five people
Nearly everyone has either known someone or directly suffered from domestic violence, albeit physically, emotionally or verbally. This story tells the rather gruesome and unfortunate tale of yet more disturbing and senseless acts of domestic violence and the people affected.
Dominika Kulczyk reaches out to Papua New Guinea, where she meets local people who have killed others, including children, in order to follow their local practices.
They walk a line between faith and activism, standing on the shoulders of iconic Quakers who fought to make the world a better place. Yet, in the process, they gained a reputation as troublemakers.
A comedy about a toxic family situation with a splash of Holy water and a twist of lime!!!
For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction, and a wind generator mechanic believes this even applies apocalyptically to windmills.
The approximately 28-minute art film was conceived on the occasion of the hundredth anniversary of the founding of the Dada art movement. Its focus is the North German performer and poet Emmy Hennings and the author, poet and artist Hugo Ball, who would later become her husband.
Two Japanese sisters come to Los Angeles for the first time, during their travels they are invited to a Chicken Party, a place to make international friends. At first the party is nice and fun, but by the end of the night it turns into a nightmare and the sister must get out before they are killed. Director Biography - Carlos R. Valencia Carlos R. Valencia was born and raise in Los Angeles. He's been making short films since he was 18 years old. The Chicken Party is is first full length feature