Sincethe ol' AFI
's officially under way now, here's the first in what's likely to at least feel like a never-ending parade of trailers of films screening at the cinematic smorgasbord running till April Fool's. First up, the hometown favorite: Amy Talkington's
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, filmed all over town (well, Swiss Ave. and Expo Park, mostly) and starring the likes of Tom Wilkinson, Nick Stahl, Selma Blair and a bunch of other folks. Music's good too: Peter Schmidt and His Gentlemen Scholars, Earl Harvin Trio, Riverboat Gamblers and most anyone else hustling a gig in the 214 tonight.
As we've noted before, this is one of the AFI's hotter tix; probably should have been the opening-night selection, all things considered. Nonetheless, it places a close second: The movie screens tomorrow night at 9:30 at the Angelika. And if you wanna see it, show up early, hop in the cash-money line and hope your $8.50 is good enough for a seat. And if not, well, it does open at the Angelika in, like, a couple of weeks. Till then, here's the trailer. --Robert Wilonsky