Thom Andersen

Director of “Los Angeles Plays Itself,” and film and video faculty at CalArts.

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“Los Angeles Plays Itself” is a movie about movies about Los Angeles. It’s nearly three hours of film clips shot in or about Los Angeles.

Los Angeles Plays Itself

“Los Angeles Plays Itself” is a movie about movies about Los Angeles. It’s nearly three hours of film clips shot in or about Los Angeles.

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