Rare Film Screening of The Paris Concert for Amnesty International
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The last date listed for The Paris Concert for Amnesty International was Sunday June 21, 2009 / 7:30pm.
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Party beneath the stars in classic Hollywood style at this party with two dance floors, five full bars, alluring go-do dancers, a dazzling countdown to midnight, a hieroglyphics light show, and more. The Egyptian Theatre's grand heated courtyard is a great place to chill with a cocktail or dance while two DJs spin hip hop, Top 40 hits, house, and trance music. Home to the very first Hollywood premiere back in 1922, the Egyptian will be transformed into party central to ring in a glamorous 2014. Learn More
<p>1998, Amnesty International. 180 min. Dir. Stanley Dorfman.</p> <p>Amnesty celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Universal Declaration Of Human Rights with a concert in the city where the historic document was signed. Amnesty stalwarts Peter Gabriel, Bruce Springsteen, Tracy Chapman, Youssou N'Dour were joined by Jimmy Page & Robert Plant, Radiohead, Alanis Morissette, Shania Twain for this 3-hour extravaganza including an appearance by the Dalai Lama. Only seen once in US in 1999 (by a small audience on an obscure Pay-Per-View channel). Never seen on regular US TV or cable. This will be the film’s World Theatrical Premiere.</p> <p>Film Producer Antony Payne and Concert Stage Manager Jeaninne Payne will appear in person for a Q&A.</p>
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