The 2010 Bel-Air Film Festival now in its third year will take place from October 14-19 with screenings held at the UCLA James Bridges Theater. Each day of the festival will feature dedicated events including a Film Panel and Lounge Comedy Night British Night and an Indian Bollywood themed evening. The festival will be presenting 58 films including 35 world premieres and 12 Los Angeles premieres. “I am thrilled and excited for the Third Annual Bel-Air Film Festival. Our Line-up of films are incredible and this is the best year yet ” Melody Storm president of Bel-Air Film Festival. A special Gala and showcase will honor Brian Austin Green with the Best Actor Award where he will introduce Los Angeles premier of his short film Turning Japanese. Mark Rydell will receive the Legendary Filmmaker Award presented by Katharine Kramer. Kathy Najimy best known as Peggy Hill from the cartoon series King of the Hill will be honored with the Best Actress Award and introduce the Los Angeles premiere of the documentary The Last Elephants in Thailand. The evening also includes a Los Angeles premiere for the documentary Katrina Cop In the Superdome. Tickets and festival passes can be purchased online at www.belairfilmfestival.com.