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L.A. Comedy Shorts Film Festival goes for big laughs, big breaks

The L.A. Comedy Shorts Film Festival returns for its fourth year, featuring screenings, panel discussions, a screenwriting competition, nightly parties and a closing awards ceremony. Gary Anthony Williams guarantees laughs.
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