2pm – 4pm
Coast Anabelle Hotel
2011 W. Olive Ave.
Burbank, CA 91506
(Free Valet Parking)
Celebrity Cupcakes is a non-profit series of charity events that was created and will be hosted by actor/director/humanitarian Scott L. Schwartz (Ocean’s 11, 12, 13, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Changing Hands, Starsky & Hutch, etc…).
Celebrities are invited to stop in and “name” their favorite cupcake or have the bakery design a custom one for them… Each event will include a variety of bakeries that will create an assortment of cupcakes such as regular, organic and sugar free cupcakes for diabetics.
All guests attending are invited to bring a new unwrapped toy or gift card to benefit The Scott L. Schwartz Children’s Foundation (Supporting: Santa’s Gift, CHOC, Children’s Hospitals & Toys For Tots Foundation).
Current cupcake sponsors include:
Two Parts Sugar
Judye Sugar And Spice
Have Your Cake And…
For more information on the Scott L. Schwartz Children’s Foundation please visit: www.scottlschwartzchildrensfoundation.wordpress.com or www.celebritycupcakes.wordpress.com.
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Music Box Films presents THE SICILIAN GIRL private screening Sept 7, 2010 at Italian Cultural Institute of Los Angeles…
THE SICILIAN GIRL is an Italian drama based on true events – Teenage Girl Breaks Mafia’s Code of Silence… THE SICILIAN GIRL is a fictionalized account based on the life and journals of Rita Atria, the determined 17-year-old daughter of a slain mob boss. Too young and powerless to take immediate revenge, she began keeping detailed notes of the crimes she saw. In 1991, during a period when the Mafia was under increasing pressure from the Italian judicial system, Rita gives evidence to famed anti-Mafia judge Paolo Borsellino against the “family business.” Sicilian native Veronica D’Agostino (Respiro) gives a compelling performance as the impetuous heroine, consumed by rage and grief. Gérard Jugnot (The Chorus) plays the thoughtful, hard-nosed chief prosecutor of Palermo, who has his hands full with the mercurial Rita. Both of them are constantly at deadly risk from the seemingly all-powerful mob. Like the recent hit Gomorrah, this film shows organized crime’s pervasive grip on the country, but is told from a more personal perspective. A native of Sicily, writer/director Marco Amenta has directed several documentaries about the Sicilian Mafia.
“**** (Four Stars)! An enlightening factual and atmospheric account of large-scale corruption and individual courage – Sunday Times (Australia)
“**** (Four Stars)! Highly recommended. Engrossing. As entertaining as any Hollywood Thriller.” – The Dominion Post (New Zealand)
Read the story on director Marco Amenta on indieWIRE:
The film’s running time is 110 minutes; it is not rated.
In Italian; fully subtitled in English. Digital images are available at:
Location: Italian Cultural Institute of Los Angeles
1023 Hilgard Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90024
Time: Press/Media arrivals begin at 5:45pm
Red carpet arrivals 6:00 – 6:30pm
Pre-screening starts at 7:00pm
9.30 –11:30 After Party
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