Films and Food Saturday, January 6 at EPFC!

EPFC | January 5th, 2019

The Fem Tour Truck all the way from Spain’s Basque region makes a stop in Los Angeles tonight for a free Queer Food Experimental Food Workshop at 6 pm followed by a screening of feminist video art at 8 pm… See you there!



Marvelous Movie Mondays January Guest Curator Leah Shore!

EPFC | January 3rd, 2019

Hello 2019 and hello January!! New month means a new guest curator for MARVELOUS MOVIE MONDAYS, our weekly online-only screening series where we welcome a new artist each month to spin flicks on the EPFC Facebook page each Monday. This month, we’re super excited to welcome…


Leah has been fortunate to have her films shown internationally at film festivals, museums and galleries. She was named one of Filmmaker Magazines “25 New Faces in Indie Film…”, and has been written about in publications from VICE, The Atlantic, The Wall Street Journal, Nowness, Indiewire, etc. Her film, OLD MAN is currently on The Criterion Collection playing before the film Easy Rider. She aspires to make a feature and perhaps one day even have an episodic show.

And now, time to check out Leah’s film “HALLWAY”:

Sound We See: Saint Petersburg Russian Premiere December 29!

EPFC | December 27th, 2018

If you happen to find yourself in Saint Petersburg on Saturday, December 29, come on by Eve’s Ribs for

Видимый звук: симфония Санкт-Петербурга

aka the Russian Premiere of The Sound We See: A Saint Petersburg City Symphony! FREE EVENT! EVERYONE WELCOME!

And for you Angelenos, we’ll be presenting the film at Echo Park Film Center at a free screening on THURSDAY, JANUARY 3!


EPFC Closed For Winter Holidays

EPFC | December 24th, 2018

Wishing everyone a bright and beautiful holiday season… See you all in 2019! EPFC reopens on Thursday, January 3.

Beast of Stray

EPFC | December 24th, 2018

guest curator: Brina Thurston

theme: Queen of the Trap

Beast of Stray short
trailer for the full film

My sister and I have worked together since she showed up at my house in 1980. This was her MFA thesis at Cal Arts in 2010. Her movies are always crazy epic tales existing in only worlds she can make-up. She pulled a short out of the longer version, here the main character and some stray women find themselves in an abandoned water tower for a more than unusual experience. This film felt very close the the Agnes Varda film I have also chosen for this series where the character is trying to escape the world we know only to be constantly beaten down by it.