By Jay Jones
9:00 AM EDT, July 9, 2013
A variety of cinematic newcomers and veterans will be showcased during the sixth annual Las Vegas Film Festival on July 18-21. The four-day event will include an eclectic mix of feature films, documentaries and creative shorts.
Two full-length features will be shown that evening, including “Sanitarium,” a psychological thriller starring Lacey Chabert (“Mean Girls”), Robert Englund (“Nightmare on Elm Street”) and Malcolm McDowell (“A Clockwork Orange”).
July 19 will bring a full day of films beginning at 10 a.m. That evening at 8:30, a crime drama called “Down and Dangerous” will be screened. It stars Judd Nelson (“The Breakfast Club”) and two UNLV graduates, John T. Woods and Ernest Curcio.
“Of By For,” a documentary that examines the politics and broken promises of the campaign trail, will be shown at 4:15 p.m. July 20. It features Newt Gingrich and Dan Rather.
Tickets for individual screenings start at $10. A Film Festival Pass, which includes admission to all films as well as other events, is priced at $75. Tickets and the complete schedule are available online.
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