96 Ways To Say I Love You’s American Debut Takes Place This Weekend

96 Ways To Say I Love You starring David Tennant, Georgia Moffett, Nina Sosanya, Joel Fry, Ingrid Oliver, Adam Paul Harvey, and Christian Brassington is set to have its American debut. Contrary to the website schedule, the Downtown Film Festival Los Angeles has stated the film will screen in the second short program on Sunday, July 26.

The eleven minute comedy drama is directed and written by Daisy Aitkens, and will be shown at the Regent Theater during the short program beginning at 7 pm. Tickets are on sale now for those who are over eighteen. 96 Ways To Say I Love You focuses on two couples trying to say “I love you” for the first time. Coined as a mockumentary with twists, it navigates the dynamics of broaching the subject of saying those three powerful words. 96 Ways To Say I Love You premiered previously at the London International Film Festival back in April. The short is produced by Georgia Moffett and music for the film is credited to The Proclaimers. With An Accent will be in attendance for the American premiere, so stay tuned for our upcoming review.

The Downtown Film Festival Los Angeles takes place at various locations such as the Continental Club, Grammy Museum, Palm Court, and Imperial Arts Studio. With over thirteen films screening during the five day event, there is sure to be something for everyone. In order to promote and empower women, the Downtown Film Festival Los Angeles ensured that half of the films selected were directed by women. The event was first established in 2008, striving to demonstrate the diverse cultures one finds in Downtown Los Angeles.