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Following scandal and investigation, Cinefamily to shut down permanently

L.A. Times Wednesday, 15 November 2017
This year should have been a celebratory one for the Cinefamily, marking the 10th anniversary of an organization founded in 2007 that had grown to become one of the best known spaces for repertory and independent film exhibition in the city.

Instead, in the wake of a scandal, the board of directors...
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