Two Special Los Angeles Premieres • Saturday, May 1st

A Shine Of Rainbows

The County of Los Angeles Department of Parks and Recreation
Helen Keller Park • The British Academy, Los Angeles' Inner City Cinema • BritWeek
In association with Sepia Films • Hollywood Outdoor Movies • A Foundation for Kids • C.U.R.E

Are pleased to present the Los Angeles Premiere of A Shine of Rainbows, the poignant tale of a loving mother, a reluctant father and the extraordinary journey that brings a young orphan home.

Helen Keller Park • 1045 West 126th Street • Los Angeles, CA 90044
5:30 pm Refreshments • 6:30 pm Free Movie Screening • 8:30 pm Q & A with Special Guests!
For additional information please contact: (310) 652-4121

A Shine of Rainbows

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Beyond The Pole

Part of the LA United Film Festival

Los Feliz Cinema • 1822 Vermont Ave. • Los Angeles, CA 90027 • 7 pm

Beyond the Pole, the comedy feature film from Actress/Producer Helen Baxendale (Friends, Cold Feet), picked up Best Comedy at the London Independent Film Festival. The story of two hapless do-gooders who set out on the world’s first Carbon Neutral, Vegetarian, Organic expedition to the North Pole, the film has been compared to a cross between The Office and Touching the Void. Beyond the Pole stars Stephen Mangan (Green Wing, Confetti); Rhys Thomas (Bellamy’s People, Fast Show); Alexander Skarsgard (True Blood) and Helen Baxendale, and is directed and produced by David L Williams. It has won 8 awards in European and American Festivals, at least one in every competitive festival entered.

The evening includes a Q&A with Director/Producer David L Williams and actor Alexander Skarsgard (schedule permitting).

Enter to win two pairs of tickets especially for BritWeek! Visit the Beyond The Pole Facebook Page and tell them what type of biscuit Alexander Skarsgard fights over in the film, with the message: "Alexander Skarsgard wants a ______ in the biscuit scene, now give me my tickets for LA screening of Beyond the Pole!"

To purchase tickets click here

Beyond the Pole

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