Los Angeles is where aspiring filmmakers come to get their big break and showcase their work to the world. Oftentimes, that break starts with landing in film festivals, where they are then discovered and promoted to a wider audience. 

One of those local festivals, the Marina del Rey Film Festival, has been giving indie filmmakers the opportunity to break into show business for the past 11 years. Peter Greene and Jon Gursha started the festival because they saw a need. 

“My partner came up with the original idea, because there were no film festivals on the Westside of Los Angeles,…

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