3 events for film buffs in Los Angeles this week

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Looking to dive deeper into the film industry this week?

From an opportunity to hear real-life horror stories from big-name producers to a guided tour of iconic film locations, read on for the week's top film events to add to you calendar.
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Production Nightmares: Stories From The Top

This Tuesday, hear untold horror stories from some of the industry's most well-known producers. The panel, hosted by IVY Entertainment, puts the spotlight on big-name producers as they recount the worst experiences they've ever had in production.

This week's panel will feature:
  • Daniel Schnider, producer of "Straight Outta Compton."
  • Shelby Stone, president of production and development for Freedom Road Productions.
  • Richard Hull, CEO and founder of Pongalo, which controls one of the largest libraries of Spanish-language content in the world.
  • Holly Brown, an experienced producer and executive who most recently produced Rob Siegel's film "Cruise," starring Spencer Boldman and Emily Ratajkowksi.

When: Tuesday, June 26, 6-9 p.m.
Where: Ignited Spaces, 7080 Hollywood Blvd., PH.
Admission: $20

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Free Japanese Cinema Screening: 'Parks'

Catch a free screening of the Japanese film "Parks." The film follows Haru, a high school girl, as she travels to Kichijoji in search of Sachiko, the woman mentioned in a love letter of Haru's late father. While Haru learns that Sachiko recently died, she finds a damaged tape containing a song sung by the couple, and she and a new friend attempt to complete the song themselves.

When: Wednesday, June 27, 7-9:30 p.m.
Where: The Japan Foundation, 5700 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 100
Admission: Free
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San Fernando Valley Film Tour

Join My Valley Pass and The Valley Relics Museum for the official San Fernando Valley Film Tour. The three-hour guided excursion transports film fanatics to some of the most iconic filming locations in the area -- from Marty McFly's house in "Back To The Future" to the guitar shop in "Wayne's World" and beyond.

When: Saturday, June 30, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Where: Valley Relics Museum, 21630 Marilla St.
Admission: $39.95

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