This year Los Angeles Web Series Festival was hosted at The Korean Cultural Center on November 4th and 5th
LAWEBFEST, The Los Angeles Web Series Festival, more commonly known as the LA Web Series Festival, is a web series festival based in Los Angeles, California. It was founded in 2009 by Michael Ajakwe Jr, an Emmy Award Winning writer, and was one of the first web series-based events; Filmmaker Magazine called it “the granddaddy of all webfests.”
The 1st LAWEBFEST took place in March 2010 at a 99-seat theatre, Stage 52. Since then the venue has been at the Hilton Universal City Hotel in Universal City, Warner Brothers Studios, and Sony Studios.
This year the 2022 LA WEBFEST was held at the Korean Cultural Center in Los Angeles with a full house of filmmakers and VIP guests. Veteran Actor Don Most (best known for his role in Happy Days) was honored with a lifetime achievement award. We had a chance to chat with Don and many creators from comedy, romance, horror, video games, and podcast genres.
The Korean Cultural Center, Los Angeles (KCCLA) is operated by the South Korean government’s Ministry of Culture and Tourism. KCCLA’s mission is to broaden Korea-U.S. relations through cultural and educational activities. KCCLA is located at 5505 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles California, 90036. To learn more visit:https://www.kccla.org/ourmission/