WMMFEST 2016

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JACK ZULLO certified reviewer · June 17, 2016
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Inspired work, by an on the rise collaboration.... full review

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JEFFREY GOLD certified reviewer · June 23, 2016
Great fun! Made for an excellent Fringe experience.... full review

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer · June 23, 2016
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I LOVE We Make Movies! The people are great! The films are entertaining and I love that the venue offers food now!... full review

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ERNEST KEARNEY the tvolution · June 20, 2016
WE MAKE MOVIES PRESENTS WMMFEST 2016 Here we have something different, a LA film collective showing a festival of their best work from the past year. Now like all such beasts there were some high points and some…well less than high points. But the high points were pretty darn fun, among them The Average White Male Comedian’s Plight Against Hollywood, in which writer\director Chris Valenti laments in a glorious sendoff of “political correctness” his lack of opportunities of playing ethnic women roles, and Misery Date directed by Sam Mestman, written and starring Patrick Duncan as the father facing his daughter’s first serious date. But the real gem of the evening was Attack of the Film Festivals written and directed by Pat McGreat. Par... full review

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