Festival Description and Goal:
- LIFF’s 2018 festival will be held July 24 2018 through the July 27, 2018. The festival will be held in Los Angeles,
- Screenings of the Films will take place on July 24-26 at the Ahrya Fine Arts Theatre, 8556 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, California 90211, (310) 478-3836.
- The Festival closes on July 27 with Awards Night at Flame International.
- The Red carpet begins at 4:30 pm. Then there will be a dinner from 6pm to 7pm and awards will be given out from 7 pm to 10pm.
- Following the awards the night continues with entertainment, dancing and fun from 10pm to 12pm. Over 30 high profile celebrities have already confirmed their attendance.
- The 2018 Love International Film Festival (LIFF), which will benefit the Lotus Light Children’s Charity (TLLCC) has been organized to promote a week of love, peace and healing through the art of cinema.
- All personal at LIFF and TLLCC are volunteers and no one gets paid. Please do understand that LIFF or either TLLCC has no sponsors and all expenses are paid by Ata Servati and co-founder Jen Yen. Therefore festival cannot cover any expenses for the participants. We expect artists to join and help us to ENLIGHTEN and HEAL children through art around the world.
LIFF is seeking films with following message:
We like to see any kind of film which deals with family matters, Children, Animals, Cultures or Nature and that promotes true love and brings awareness and souls together. Films that inspire feelings of peace, love, acceptance, and tolerance towards Children, Families, Friends, Nations, Cultures, Nature and Animals.
Dare to expose or share any injustice of any kind found throughout the world towards, Humans, Children, Animals, or Nature that can enlighten audiences and enable a more globalized effort towards eradicating the problem and help people come together and heal through Love, Peace, Understanding and Acceptance.
Documentaries that educate and display the sharing of culture and its impact, through local and historic customs, rituals, dance, and art form. We encourage all films and/or documentaries that show your country’s traditions, customs, culture, and how that has affected you and made you proud of who you are, and a proud advocate of change for betterment and equality.