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LA Femme Film Festival Announces Program Scheduled

UPCOMING EVENTS
Oct-14 to 17th 6th Annual Festival Launches
Oct-14 Lisa Haley Musical Fundraiser Tickets on Sale Now!
Oct-15 "Night Catches Us" Film with Kerry Washington and Anthony Mackie. Film to be followed by Q&A with Director Tanya Hamilton and Cast Sponsored by SAG Diversity
Oct-16 Livin' Livda After Party : A Mixer for our fiends and filmmakers
Oct-17 Awards Ceremony Honoring Anegla Bassett, Virginia Madsen, Loretta Devine, Angela Kinsey, Maggie Wheeler
Get Tickets NOW! www.lafemme.org website and program link below
http://lafemme.org/blog/film-programing/gram
http://www.lafemme.org/ticks/tickets.htm tickets


6TH Annual La Femme International Film Festival announces Honorees

LA Femme Film Festival’s Founder Leslie LaPage announced today that the 6th Annual LA Femme Film Festival 2010, October 14-17, 2010 will be honoring Angela Bassett (What’s Love Got to do with it, Green Lantern release date 2011), Virginia Madsen (Sideways, Scoundrels), Angela Kinsey (The Office),Loretta Devine (Waiting to Exhale, Grey’s Anatomy) and Maggie Wheeler (Friends, Everybody Loves Raymond) at the festival’s Awards Ceremony on October 17, 2010. Carmen Carter (Dancing with the Stars) will be performing throughout the evening and comedian Gloria Bigelow will be the ceremony’s MC.

LA Femme in conjunction with SAG’s (Screen Actors Guild) Diversity Committee and Magnolia Pictures will be hosting a Special Screening of “Night Catches Us” starting Anthony Mackie and Kerry Washington. The film focuses on a love story that flourishes within the violence and political struggle of the Black Power movement of the 1970’s. The screening will be followed by a Q&A session with Director/Writer Tanya Hamilton, Jamie Hector, Nikita Dillard, Vic Bulluck Executive Director of the Hollywood Bureau of the NAACP, along with surprise, guest actors from the film! An additional Special Screening of “The Seedling”, a story of human survival, will be a fundraiser event for the national non-profit foundation, RAINN.

LA Femme is excited to announce that this year’s festival will include the first annual Women in Music event and fundraiser with Grammy Nominated Performer Lisa Haley and the Zydekats performing a unique blend of Cajun, American style music creations. Opening for Lisa Haley is the Haberdashery Ensemble performing a mix of jazz, gypsy and folk on October 14th which will launch this year events at LA Femme. Ticket to include 2 hour show with a full after party with DJ, Hosted Bar, Food and Goodies Bags! Tickets are: $75, $65 and $45 dollars which can be purchased online.

LA Femme’s full program of films screening is available on line. Some selected films screening at the festival include: “Truth About Kerry”, Stana Katic (Castle); “ I Know a Woman Like That” Rita Moreno (Westside Story), Virginia Madsen (Sideways), Eartha Kitt (Batman), Lauren Hutton (American Gigolo); “Mountains that Take Wing” Angela Davis (Political Activist) & Yuri Kochiyama (Japanese American Human Rights Activist); “ Assisting Venus”, Michael Steger( 90210), Jordan Bridges (Rizzoli & Isles), Julian Sands (24), Kirsten Gronfield (10 Items or Less); “Nothing Special” , Karen Black (Five Easy Pieces); “B-Girl” Jonathan Wesley (Roll Bounce), Jules “Lady Jules” Urich (America’s Best Dance Crew, Beat Freaks), Ivan “Flipz” Velez (Step Up 3D), Rynan “Rainen” Paguio (America’s Best Dance Crew, Jabbawockeez (Winner)), Jonathan “Legacy” Perez (So You Think You Can Dance)

Our long time sponsor the WGA will again be hosting one of our most compelling and outstanding seminars for emerging writers: “Sc-Fi – Can You Make It Scary Enough: How women are doing it” with writers -Pamela Pettler (Corpse Bride, Monster House, Robositter for Robert Zemekis), Gillian Horvath (Highlander: The Series) and Amy Berg (Leverage, Eureka).

The festival will run from October 14th -17th, 2010 in Los Angeles, CA and where we will be screenings of over 100 films which include independent features, shorts, music videos, commercials, special screenings and seminars. The four day event will be held at the Renberg Theatre in Los Angeles. LA Femme is dedicated to celebrating and empowering female artists creating work for a worldwide audience. LA Femme showcases works “by women for everyone” from all over the world. Ms LaPage sates, “No Festival does what we do for women, we care about the women Filmmakers, Writers, and Producers and help them gain access to Hollywood and get their films seen, sold and produced.”

Previous Celebrity Award Honorees included : Marianne Jean-Baptise (Without a Trace), Sara Gilbert ( Roseanne), Diablo Cody (Juno), Vivica Fox (Kill Bill), Rosanna Arquette (After Hours), Lea Thompson (Caroline in the City), Penelope Spheeris (Wayne’s World) ( Susan Seidelman (The Boynton Beach Bereavement Club), Maria Conchita Alonso (Mermaids), Jacqueline Bisset (Domino) and many more.

To purchase Full Access VIP Pass go to: http://www.lafemme.org/ Regular Price ($150) Discounts for WGA and SAG Guild Members for ($59.99). Tickets for individual films are $10.00; Seminars are $20 and can be purchased online or at the door. Events held at the Renberg Theatre in Hollywood: 1125 N McCadden Place 90038. For information on the entire line up of activates please visit our website at www.lafemme.org

Key sponsors include: (SAG) Screen Actors Guild Affirmative Action & Diversity, SAG Women’s Committee, (WGA) Writers Guild America West, Governor’s Office of Film and Entertainment State of Florida, W Hotel, Eurochannel, Dish Network, Red Light Promotions, 759 Events, Roaring Lion Drinks, Slim Stix, The Hair & Makeup Artists Network, Music Association, Pama, Lucy B Cosmetics, Daisy Mae Sweets and Treats and Sofitel Luxury Hotels. This year we welcome our new sponsor American Airlines.

Media Inquiries: To register press credentials for the Festival or to schedule an interview with Leslie LaPage, contact Donna Hull at 213-926-3301 or email llapage@lafemme.org

Visit the website at http://www.lafemme.org/
LA Femme Film Festival highlights commercially-viable films written, directed or produced “by women for everyone”. Now in its sixth year, the festival is solely dedicated to nurturing a new breed of female filmmakers and providing opportunities for those careers to blossom.
LA Femme Musical Event Grammy Nominated Artists

LA Femme Opening Gala Benefit featuring
“A Night of Music with Lisa Haley & the Zydekats”
Grammy Nominees, Americana/Cajun/Zydeco category

• Thursday Oct 14th, 2010
• Show begins at 7pm, followed by the After Party
• Renberg Theatre, 1125 N McCadden Place Hollywood CA 90038
Benefit Performance ticket includes After Party with DJ, Hosted Open Bar, and Nosh!
• Gold Tickets: $75.00 Rows 1-4
• Silver Tickets: $60.00 Rows 5-9
• Bronze Tickets: $45 Mezzanine Seating

Opening Band: The Haberdashery Ensemble is a genre defying acoustic ensemble based out of Los Angeles, CA, known for their energetic, evocative and witty performances. Led by composer/bassist Brandon Turner, the Haberdashery Ensemble synthesizes their diverse and eclectic influences of Tango, Classical, Jazz, Folk, Gypsy, and French music with the precision of chamber ensemble; and expands upon those influences with the improvisational freedom of a Jazz combo.


LA Femme 2010 celebrates new aspects of entertainment, music and the women who create it for Film, TV and Entertainment, kicking off our first annual concert series with the energetic, Grammy Nominated musical creations of Lisa Haley & the Zydekats. Her unmatched fiddle skills have been heard and seen in movies and TV shows such as: Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, Red Dragon, Man on the Moon, Muppet Movie, Las Vegas, Firefly and House just to name a few.
To purchase tickets please go to: http://www.lafemme.org/ticks/tickets.htm
Enjoy being entranced by a special musical evening in this intimate venue.
Please visit our website for more information on the exciting screenings and films being shown this year.

http://www.lafemme.org/
All tickets non-refundable. Seating is purchased in sections rather than individual seat numbers

"NIGHT CATCHES US" SCREENING
Q&A W/ACTORS AND DIRECTOR OF FILM

The LaFemme Film Festival would like to invite you to an exclusive screening of the film “NIGHT CATCHES US” starring ANTHONY MACKIE and KERRY WASHINGTON

Please join us on October 15th as the Screen Actors Guild, the 6th annual LA Femme International Film Festival, and Magnolia Distribution host a special screening of NIGHT CATCHES US starring Kerry Washington and Anthony Mackie. This screening will be followed by a Q&A with Director Tanya Hamilton, Actor Jamie Hector, the Executive Director of NAACP’s Hollywood Bureau Vic Bulluck, and other actors from the film.

Screening & RSVP Details
When: October 15th 2010, 7pm with Q&A to follow.
Where: The Renberg Theatre, 1125 N McCadden Place, Los Angeles, CA 90038
Rate: $10 per ticket
How: www.lafemme.org

Film Synopsis
In 1976, after years of mysterious absence, Marcus (Anthony Mackie, “The Hurt Locker”) returns to the Philadelphia neighborhood where he came of age in the midst of the Black Power movement. While his arrival raises suspicion among his family and former neighbors, he finds acceptance from his old friend Patricia (Kerry Washington, “Ray,” “Lift”) and her daughter. However, Marcus quickly finds himself at odds with the organization he once embraced, whose members suspect he orchestrated the slaying of their former comrade-in-arms. In a startling sequence of events, Marcus must protect a secret that could shatter everyone's beliefs as he rediscovers his forbidden passion for Patricia.



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