Awareness Film Festival: A Conscious Cinema Celebration at Aero Theatre
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The last date listed for Awareness Film Festival 2013 was Sunday July 28, 2013 / 5:00pm (G-Dog).
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The ultimate nighttime outdoor hangout, Eat See Hear Movies combines popular films with live indie bands and some of the city's most famous food trucks. Get a group of friends together for a laid-back night under the stars in beautiful Griffith Park, where you can catch some of the hottest up-and-coming bands. Bring your appetite, because you'll be able to find the city's best food trucks all in one place. Featuring delicious and inventive cuisine from around the world, L.A.'s food trucks inspire legions of Twitter followers. Then, settle in on the lawn and get ready to quote along with the summer-long lineup of favorite movies. See the full event description for a schedule of bands and films. Learn More
*July 25, 2013 at 7:30pm: Femme
*Actress Sharon Stone executive produced and appears in the 2013 documentary Femme: Women Healing the World, featuring interviews with 100 influential females around the world, ranging from Nobel Prize winners, politicians, activists and authors to directors, actresses and even Gloria Steinem. Director Emmanuel Itier and several of the film’s subjects are scheduled to attend a post-screening Q&A, and attendees are invited to an opening-night reception at Zanzibar. *
July 28, 2013 at 5:00pm: G-Dog Featuring _See Me
*_G-Dog is what the homies call the priest. The film of the same name introduces us to Father Greg Boyle, a white Jesuit priest who’s spent some 25 years in the toughest part of East L.A., and the tough, street-smart, and amazingly sweet young people — all former gang members — whom G-Dog loves and helps. Father Greg uses a radical but simple remedy for what he calls “a global sense of failure” for kids: boundless, restorative love. He works by a powerful idea: Nothing Stops a Bullet like a Job. Over the years his unstoppable compassion has turned around the lives of thousands of Latino, Asian and African-American gang members creating Homeboy Industries, an international model for rebuilding and redirecting the lives of gang members. The film is often hilarious and astonishing, but it is not just a poem of sweetness and light. G-Dog chronicles a tough year in the life of Homeboy Industries facing tumult, change, and pain. Q&A follows the film with director Freida Lee Mock.
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About the Ticket Supplier: Awareness Film FestivalThe mission of the Awareness Film Festival is bringing awareness and opening eyes to some of our world's pressing issues; ecological, political, health/well being and scientific progress.
The Awareness festival was formed by Heal One World, a non-profit charity. Any net profits from this event will go completely to the charity.