*Online Premiere* Through the eyes of two juggalo girls and a hopeful young starlet we confront existential malaise in a beguiling world. “In That Other Fantasy (Where We Lived Forever),” directed by Andrew Balasia, is a somewhat intangible exploration of fame and fantasy and Los Angeles itself. We’re introduced to two sets of characters, disconnected narratively but poetically coherent. In the first part, two young girls wander around the city wearing juggalo makeup and discussing the friendship of Al Pacino and Robert De Niro, quoting “The King of Comedy,” as if they were grown-up cinephiles. When the topic shifts to dying palm trees, one of the girls begins to panic and experiences a haunting sense of deja-vu. In the second segment, a young actress has her own demons to battle — a crippling obsession with being a star. Her job at the moment finds a sleazy hipster director flirting with her (while being dismissive of every one else), and she must deflect his advances while putting everything she has into her performance. Balasia’s film is a striking portrait, not concerned with straightforward narrative but something more indefinable, and despite some cynical murmurings and ominous overtones, it radiates with empathy for its lead characters. [Watch on YouTube]. (13 minutes). Written & Directed by Andrew Balasia. D.P.: Roman Koval. Starring: Hayley Magnus, David Kramer, Eva Garber, Sam Setzer, Layla Solano, and Lola Raie.