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Los Feliz 3 | Q&A with filmmaker Catherine Hardwicke, producer Michael London, editor Nancy Richardson, and actor Nicki Reed
‘Watch Local: Her LA Coming of Age’ and ‘Here’s to Her!’
20th Anniversary Screening!
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Catherine Hardwicke’s debut feature film, co-written by star Nikki Reed, follows L.A. middle schooler Tracy (Evan Rachel Wood) as she transitions from a mild-mannered honors student to a burgeoning rebel under the influence of new friend Evie (Reed). As Tracy experiments with drugs, sex, and petty crime, the consequences to her life at home and at school begin to outweigh the fun she’s having. With Holly Hunter, Jeremy Sisto, and Vanessa Hudgens in her first-ever film role.
DISTRIBUTOR: Walt Disney Studios
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