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The 13th annual Hollywood Film Festival at ArcLight Cinemas opens Oct. 23 with “Another Harvest Moon.” The festival lineup includes “The Assistant,” “Formosa Betrayed,? ?Childless,? ?Not Since You,? ?Last Day of Summer,? and South Korea?s 2009 Academy Award foreign-language film submission, ?Crossing,? as well as ?Monday Before Thanksgiving,? directed and written by Courtney Cox, and ?Glock,? directed, produced and written by Tom Everett Scott.
The festival will highlight comedic films including ?Wild Girls Gone? with Amy Poehler, Scout?s Honor with Chris Kattan, and ?Little Fish, Strange Pond? with Zach Galifianakis; and horror films including ?The Rain,? starring David Carradine in one of his last screen performances.
In addition to screenings, a two-hour symposium on Saturday will focus on ending violence against women in Congo. Scheduled guests include Emile Hirsch, John Prendergast, Sonya Walger, and Bonnie Abaunza.
Tickets are available at ArcLightCinemas.com. The festival closes Oct. 25 with the Hollywood Discovery Awards for best feature, documentary, comedy, short subject, and music video.