It's AFI Fest time in Los Angeles once again as Hollywood's free exhibition of the year's best cinema unspools tonight with the world premiere of J.C. Chandor's A Most Violent Year. While there are a few other world premiere sprinkled throughout the fest (mostly in the Galas program), the fest is packed with some of ScreenAnarchy's favorite films from previous festivals. We've got 10 recommendations for you to check out.
Mia Hansen-Løve's story about the early days of garage electronica in Paris is an epic tale of one man's life that sneaks up on you and leaves you feeling gut-wrenched by story's end. It's a brilliant experiment in storytelling that is sure have audiences at the Chinese theater busily discussing its merits after the screening lets out.
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