About Los Angeles Anime Film Festival (LA-AFF)
The Los Angeles Anime Film Festival (LA-AFF) was launched in September 2017 as an annual film festival that showcases only Japanese animation (Anime) films throughout the festival. The three-day event takes place in Downtown Los Angeles. 2017 was the perfect inaugural year for LA-AFF since it also marked the 100th year since the birth of Anime in Japan. LA-AFF is excited to bring anime fans of all ages recently popular titles to classic masterpieces to a cinema featuring state-of-the-art equipment, high quality images, and high-performance sound to deliver anime films in their full splendor.
About LA-AFF Executive Committee
The LA-AFF Executive Committee consists of three organizations, Rydgen Inc., Azoland Pictures and Japan Entertainment Exchange (JEX). LA-AFF is organized by the committee members and operated under JEX which is a non-profit organization.