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THE HOLLYWOOD MUSEUM’S REUNITES THE LADIES OF KNOTS LANDING JOAN VAN ARK * MICHELE LEE * DONNA MILLS FOR 40th ANNIVERSARY Saturday, January 18th, 2020 TIME: 6:00pm to 8:00pm

Article By: Marcelle - Jan• 13•20

 

THE HOLLYWOOD MUSEUM’S REUNITES
THE LADIES OF KNOTS LANDING
JOAN VAN ARK * MICHELE LEE * DONNA MILLS
FOR 40th ANNIVERSARY

WHAT: The Hollywood Museum’s first Lobby tribute of 2020, will reunite three remarkable leading ladies, Joan Van Ark, Michele Lee and Donna Mills, for the 40th anniversary of “Knots Landing,” unveiling costumes worn by the three series’ stars.

WHERE: The Hollywood Museum (located in the Historic Max Factor Building) 1660 N Highland Ave, Hwd CA (corner of Highland Ave and Hollywood Blvd)

WHO: Among those also attending include: Donnna Pescow (Saturday Night Fever/Angie), Anson Williams (Happy Days), Leeza Gibbons (Rose Parade Host), Lainie Kazan (My Big Fat Great Wedding), George Chakiris (West Side Story), Carolyn Hennesy (GH/Jesse/True Blood), Johnny Whitaker (Family Affair), Meredith Thomas (Disconnected), Lee Purcell (Valley Girl/Carol of the Bells), Don Most (Happy Days), Billy Van Zandt (The Hughleys/Yes, Dear), Teresa Ganzel (The Toy), Diana Lansleen (Y&R/Days of Our Lives), Kate Linder (Y&R), Connor Dean (9.1.1.), Jax Malcolm (Crazy Ex-Girlfriend), Todd Sherry (Life In Pieces/Parks & Recreation), Elaine Ballace (The Rich & the Ruthless), Erin Murphy (Bewitched), and more

MEDIA: “Knots Landing” was one of the quintessential prime time television soap operas, airing on CBS from December 27, 1979, to May 13, 1993. A spin-off of “Dallas,” (although created prior) it was set in a fictitious coastal suburb of Los Angeles and initially centered on the lives of four married couples living on the cul-de-sac, Seaview Circle. By the time of its conclusion, storylines had included rape, murder, kidnapping, assassinations, drug smuggling, corporate intrigue, and criminal investigations; and it had became onne of the longest-running primetime dramas on U.S. television as was “Gunsmoke” and “Bonanza.”

“Knots Landing” was created by David Jacobs in conjunction with producer Michael Filerman. While it’s a spin-off of “Dallas,” the concept predates that series, and was rebuffed by CBS. Jacobs then created “Dallas,” which the network accepted and premiered in 1978. After “Dallas” became a hit, Jacobs was then able to adapt “Knots Landing” as a spin-off series by way of incorporating characters introduced in the parent series.

Though not as popular in the ratings, at first, as “Dallas,” “Knots Landing” eventually outlasted it and garnered much critical acclaim. This can be attributed, in part, to more dramatic storylines and the gradual inclusion of newer characters to interact with the original cast. By the 1988-89 season, “Knots Landing” was ahead of “Dallas” in the ratings.

In 1997, much of the cast reunited for a two-part mini-series entitled “Knots Landing: Back to the Cul-de-Sac.” In 2005, they reunited again for the non-fiction special “Knots Landing Reunion: Together Again,” in which the cast reminisced about their time on the show.

SPECIAL GUESTS:

DONNA MILLS: After spending a year studying drama at the University of Illinois, she made her way to New York, where she landed an understudy role in Woody Allen’s play, “Don’t Drink the Water”. Her first television role was on the daytime soap opera The Secret Storm (1954) in 1966. The next year, she made her film debut in the hard-hitting drama The Incident (1967). In 1971, she co-starred in the popular thriller Play Misty for Me (1971). Donna made guest appearances on top-rated series throughout the seventies and carved a niche for herself in made-for-TV movies. In 1980, she joined the cast of the primetime soap Knots Landing (1979) as wicked Abby Fairgate Cunningham Ewing Sumner. After a successful nine-year tenure, Donna left the show to pursue other projects. She continued to headline a range of television films, several of which she produced, often highlighting important social issues. These including Outback Bound (1988), The World’s Oldest Living Bridesmaid (1990), Runaway Father (1991), In My Daughter’s Name (1992) and My Name Is Kate (1994). More recently, she’s had a recurring role on General Hospital, winning an Emmy for her role.

MICHELE LEE: Shortly after she appeared on Broadway, she began making a number of guest appearances on television, most notably The Danny Kaye Show and her career was off to a firing start. She made her movie debut with the film How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, followed by The Comic, co-starring Dick Van Dyke and starring as Secretary Carole Bennett in the best movie of 1970, The Love Bug. The producers of “Knots Landing” introduced Lee to the series and became #1 for the next 13 seasons. By 1982, she was nominated for one Emmy Award and had won the Soap Opera Digest Award, three times. She starred opposite Valerie Harper in the Broadway play “Tale of the Allergist’s Wife” in New York and returned to the big screen to play Ben Stiller’s mother in Along Came Polly.

JOAN VAN ARK: Van Ark began her professional career at the Minneapolis Guthrie Theater in Moliere’s “The Miser”, opposite Hume Cronyn and Zoe Caldwell. That was followed by “Death of a Salesman” at the Guthrie with both Cronyn and Jessica Tandy. After a season at the Arena Stage in Washington, D.C., Joan was cast in the national touring company of “Barefoot in the Park”, directed by Mike Nichols, recreating the role in London and later on Broadway. She earned a Tony nomination for her performance in “The School for Wives” and won the Theater World Award for “The Rules of the Game”. She is perhaps best known for her role as “Valene Ewing” beginning on Dallas (1978) and then on the spin-off series, Knots Landing (1979). During the 13 seasons as “Val”, she earned six nominations and two Soap Opera Digest Awards for Best Actress and continues to work regularly and is married to her high school sweetheart, John Marshall, a former award-winning TV newsman, who now heads an on-line news service.

ABOUT THE HOLLYWOOD MUSEUM: The Hollywood Museum is the Official Museum of Hollywood, located in the historic Max Factor Building, and is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation showcasing more than 10,000 Authentic Show Business Treasures, spotlighting 100 years of Hollywood history – from the Silents to Talkies, to Hollywood’s Golden Era, Film Noir, Television and its Pioneer Years, through the rebellious 60s, special effects 70s, evolving 80s, involved 90s, technological 2000s, and beyond to current day heartthrobs! The Hollywood Museum’s exhibits showcase the best in film, network and cable television, and new digital platforms featuring iconic and fan favorites! The Hollywood Museum in the historic Max Factor Building is the Official Museum of Hollywood and offers visitors the most extensive collection of Hollywood memorabilia in the world – featuring the glamour of Hollywood legends and stars – past, present and in the making. The Hollywood Museum offers one-of-a-kind costumes, props, photographs, scripts, stars’ car collections, personal artifacts, posters, and memorabilia from favorite stars, films and TV shows. Located in the heart of Hollywood, at the corner of Hollywood Blvd and Highland Ave, just steps from the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the Hollywood Museum has been named the #1 top tourist attraction in Hollywood by LA Weekly, and one of the “Top 10” Museums in LA by the LA Tourism and Convention Board and Trip Advisor.

Photo Credit: Bill Dow

Joan Van Ark, Donelle Dadigan, Michele Lee and Donna Mills

REGULAR HOURS: Wednesday – Sunday: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm TICKETS: $15 Adults: $12 Seniors (62+): $12 for students with ID and $5 Children under 5.
ADDRESS: 1660 N. Highland Ave. (at Hollywood Blvd.), Los Angeles, CA 90028
MUSEUM INFO: www.TheHollywoodMuseum.com or Tel: (323) 464-7776
FOLLOW THE MUSEUM:
FACEBOOK: Facebook.com/TheHollywoodMuseum
TWITTER: @HollywoodMuseum
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Cinematic Red…A Full Service Public RELATIONS  COMPANY IS PROUD TO PRESENT IN THE SANTA BARBARA FILM FESTIVAL 3 VERY SPECIAL FILMS.

We are excited to share our richly diverse Santa Barbara International Film Festival (SBIFF) slate with you. We greatly appreciate your interview & review coverage consideration in your SBIFF preview, highlights and overall coverage for these three extraordinary cinematic visions — an intimate drama inspired by French New Wave cinema “Show Me What You Got” from acclaimed filmmaker & cinematographer Svetlana Cvetko and executive producer Phillip Noyce (“Dead Calm,” “Patriot Games,” “The Quiet American,” “The Bone Collector,” and the upcoming “Above Suspicion” with Emilia Clarke); and two powerful and diverse documentaries’ making their world premiere at SBIFF — “Bastards’ Road,” from filmmaker Brian Morrison which follows the brutal internal struggles of a combat veteran grappling with the transition back to civilian life who emerges on an epic journey across the country on foot to spark change; and the gripping “The Prison Within” from filmmaker Katherin Hervey, a timely documentary exploring the destructive impact untreated trauma through the powerful stories of survivors of violent crimes and prisoners incarcerated for murder in San Quentin prison.

The deeply moving “Bastards’ Road,” from first time filmmaker director Brian Morrison follows the internal struggles of Jon Hancock, a combat veteran who after years of struggling to transition back to civilian life decided to take an epic journey across the country on foot which premieres on Sunday, January 26th. Walking nearly 6,000 miles alone, Jon confronts the demons that had overtaken his life. Visiting his fellow 2/4 Marines – known as the The Magnificent Bastards – and families of their fallen along the way, Jon finds a mission greater than his own redemption.

“Show Me What You Got” is the feature-film directorial debut of OSCAR® Winning documentary cinematographer Svetlana Cvetko. It is a contemporary take on “Jules & Jim” done in a cinéma-vérité style adeptly captures this love affair with a deliciously modern Jules et Jim flair, combining tenderness, artistry, and three fresh and appealing leads. Executive produced by Phillip Noyce (“Dead Calm,” “Patriot Games,” “The Quiet American,” “The Bone Collector,” and the upcoming “Above Suspicion” with Emilia Clarke) and featuring the work of Music Composer Eric Avery (co-founding member and bassist of Jane’s Addiction, as well as having been a member of Nine Inch Nails and The Smashing Pumpkins, he recently composed “The 11th Hour” with Leonardo DiCaprio). Produced and edited by David Scott Smith (“Yours Sincerely,” “Lois Weber, “Behind the Mask,” a short doc on Tim Robbins’ Actors’ Gang Prison Project, and the recent “The Architect”starring Parker Posey and Eric McCormack). An award winning film that has swept through the film festival circuit beginning with Taormina International Film Festival (Cariddi D’Oro Award for Best Film), Terra Di Siena International Film Festival (Best International Film Award), Mill Valley International Film Festival, etc this fall.

“The Prison Within” is narrated by Hill Harper (“The Good Doctor,” “Homeland,” “CSI:NY,” “Covert Affairs”) and author of Letters to an Incarcerated Brother, which speaks to the current mass incarceration crisis. Award-winning composer Ruth Mendelson developed the original score for the documentary. “The Prison Within” is a relevant and timely documentary exploring the destructive impact untreated trauma has on individuals and communities through the powerful stories of survivors of violent crimes and prisoners incarcerated for murder in San Quentin prison. The prisoners and survivors come together and participate in the Victim Offender Education Group (VOEG)—an innovative restorative justice program enabling prisoners to discover how the trauma they’ve experienced contributed to their criminality and to understand the impact their crimes have on their victims. Together, the prisoners and survivors confront and expose the pain and shame caused by the extreme trauma they’ve experienced throughout their lives. Below please find further information on both films, as well as private screener links for your preview/highlights, interview & review Sundance/Slamdance coverage consideration. Your incredible continued support of independent film is invaluable and greatly appreciated! We will have our filmmakers and select documentary subjects onsite in Park City for in-person interviews.

“Bastards’ Road”

SBIFF World Premiere Documentary Competition Feature Film

Logline: Coming home from war is just the beginning.

Synopsis:Like many Combat Veterans, transitioning back to civilian life was very difficult for Jon Hancock. After years of struggling, Jon decided to take an epic journey across the country – on foot.

Walking nearly 6,000 miles alone, Jon confronts the demons that had overtaken his life. Visiting his fellow 2/4 Marines – known as the The Magnificent Bastards – and families of their fallen along the way, Jon finds a mission greater than his own redemption. Veterans everywhere are struggling with PTSD. They are taking their own lives at an alarming rate – 50% higher than non-veterans.

With remarkable honesty, insight and humor, Jon’s journey is uniquely positive. It’s about changing the ways one relates to traumatic memories. It’s about beginning the healing process.

“Bastards’ Road” SBIFF Screening Times:

SBIFF

Location: Film Festival Headquarters

1528 Chapala Street

Santa Barbara, CA

Premiere: Sunday, January 19th at 11am at the Metro 1 Cinema

Second Screening: Monday, January 20th at 5pm at the Metro 1 Cinema

Where to follow the film and it’s journey:

Website: https://www.bastardsroad.com

Facebook: @BastardsRoad

Instagram: @BastardsRoadMovie

“Show Me What You Got”

SBIFF Crossing Borders Section Feature Film

“Show Me What You Got” is the feature-film directorial debut of OSCAR® Winning documentary cinematographer Svetlana Cvetko. It is a contemporary take on “Jules & Jim” done in a cinéma-vérité style adeptly captures this love affair with a deliciously modern Jules et Jim flair, combining tenderness, artistry, and three fresh and appealing leads. Executive produced by Phillip Noyce (“Dead Calm,” “Patriot Games,” “The Quiet American,” “The Bone Collector,” and the upcoming “Above Suspicion” with Emilia Clarke) and featuring the work of Music Composer Eric Avery (co-founding member and bassist of Jane’s Addiction, as well as having been a member of Nine Inch Nails and The Smashing Pumpkins, he recently composed “The 11th Hour” with Leonardo DiCaprio). Produced and edited by David Scott Smith (“Yours Sincerely,” “Lois Weber, “Behind the Mask,” a short doc on Tim Robbins’ Actors’ Gang Prison Project, and the recent “The Architect”starring Parker Posey and Eric McCormack). An award winning film that has swept through the film festival circuit beginning with Taormina International Film Festival (Cariddi D’Oro Award for Best Film), Terra Di Siena International Film Festival (Best International Film Award), Mill Valley International Film Festival, etc this fall.

Starring Cristina Rambaldi (“Distant Vision,” “Inferno,” and granddaughter of Carlo Rambaldi, oscar-winning creature designer of “ET”), Mattia Minasi (“La Partita, “Being”), Neyssan Falahi (“Modern Family,” “Judith”), Anne Brochet (a two time Cesar award-winning French actress best known for “Cyrano de Bergerac,” “Tous les Matins du Monde”), Italian TV Star Pietro Genuardi (“Cemetery Man,” “Solo Per Amore”)

Synopsis:

Richly filmed in black and white on the cityscape of Los Angeles, three twentysomethings come together, sparking with the restless energy of the French New Wave. Each member of the threesome is in transition: fun-loving Marcello from under the thumb of his Italian soap star father, soulful French-Iranian actor Nassim toward a more fulfilling career, and artist Christine through the grief following the death of her grandfather. But the frolicsome trio finds joy and release together—exploring their sexuality, joining political protests, making art, and falling deeper into their unconventional amour—until Marcello must return to Italy and their experience there threatens the delicate balance of their relationship.

“Show Me What You Got” trailer: https://youtu.be/qsolEcxGbsU

“Show Me What You Got” SBIFF Screening Times:

SBIFF

Location: Film Festival Headquarters

1528 Chapala Street

Santa Barbara, CA

Premiere: Friday, January 17th at 5:20pm at the Metro 2 Cinema

Second Screening: Sunday, January 19th at 3pm at the Metro 4 Cinema

Where to follow the film and it’s journey:

Website: www.showmewhatyougot.film

Facebook: @showmewhatyougotthemovie

Instagram: @showmewhatyougotthemovie

“The Prison Within”

SBIFF Social Justice Section World Premiere Documentary

“The Prison Within” is narrated by Hill Harper (“The Good Doctor,” “Homeland,” “CSI:NY,” “Covert Affairs”) and author of Letters to an Incarcerated Brother, which speaks to the current mass incarceration crisis. Award-winning composer Ruth Mendelson developed the original score for the documentary. “The Prison Within” is a relevant and timely documentary exploring the destructive impact untreated trauma has on individuals and communities through the powerful stories of survivors of violent crimes and prisoners incarcerated for murder in San Quentin prison. The prisoners and survivors come together and participate in the Victim Offender Education Group (VOEG)—an innovative restorative justice program enabling prisoners to discover how the trauma they’ve experienced contributed to their criminality and to understand the impact their crimes have on their victims. Together, the prisoners and survivors confront and expose the pain and shame caused by the extreme trauma they’ve experienced throughout their lives. Seattle-based Director Katherin Hervey, a former Los Angeles Public Defender and volunteer prison college instructor, is the first filmmaker to gain access to chronicle these intimate and revealing sessions inside San Quentin Prison.

This film serves as an example of how all people can change, how we can evolve as a community, and the power of connecting to the humanity in others, even those who have committed harm. The filmmakers aim to inspire a dialogue about the shared responsibility we all have to collectively heal our mass incarceration crisis; and to motivate definitive community justice reform that breaks the cycle of recidivism and the criminalization of marginalized communities.

The film features expert voices from nationally recognized leaders within the restorative justice community. Guest experts include Sonya Shah, sujatha baliga, and Troy Williams.

Sonya Shah, founder and director of The Ahimsa Collective, has over 20 years experience in social justice education and over 10 years experience in restorative justice. She is also an Associate Professor at the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) and recipient of the prestigious Fulbright fellowship and Jacob Javitz fellowship.

sujatha baliga, is the director of The Restorative Justice Project at Impact Justice, and a former victim advocate and public defender, who was awarded a Soros Justice Fellowship in 2008 which she used to launch a pre-charge restorative juvenile diversion program. She was recently awarded the prestigious MacArthur Foundation ‘Genius’ Grant.

Troy Williams, a formerly incarcerated prisoner at San Quentin, is the co-founder of the San Quentin Prison Report (SQPR) and a current Soros Justice Fellow. As SQPR’s producer, founding Chairman, and Chief Executive Officer, Troy spent the last seven years of his incarceration teaching his peers to produce audio works behind prison walls, working out of the same media lab now used by “Ear Hustle.” He also helped develop the curriculum for the Victim-Offender Education Group (VOEG) and has facilitated other restorative justice programs, both inside and outside of San Quentin.

“The Prison Within” teaser trailer: https://vimeo.com/190048873

“The Prison Within” SBIFF Screening Times:

SBIFF

Location: Film Festival Headquarters

1528 Chapala Street

Santa Barbara, CA

Premiere: Thursday, January 16th at 10:20am at the Fiesta Theatre

Second Screening: Saturday, January 18th at 5pm at the Metro Cinema

Where to follow the film and it’s journey:

Website: theprisonwithin.org

Facebook: @theprisonwithin

Twitter: @prisonwithindoc

Instagram: @prisonwithinfilm

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ON SUNDAY NOV. 24TH LA SKINS FILM FEST WELCOMES DIRECTOR MORALES-HEMENWAY WITH ROMANTIC COMEDY BRIDE +1 Sunday, November 24th Address: TCL Chinese Theatre 6925 Hollywood Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90028

Article By: Marcelle - Nov• 23•19

LA SKINS FILM FEST WELCOMES DIRECTOR MORALES-HEMENWAY WITH ROMANTIC COMEDY BRIDE +1

Who?

With imagination and tenacity award-winning director, writer and actress Christina Morales Hemenway has been living true to her artistic

voice since bribing the neighborhood kids to be in her productions in Ann Arbor, Michigan. While in high school she earned a full scholarship to study with world famous mime, Marcel Marceau. She later continued her artistic development at California Institute of the Arts earning a BFA in Performance.

Since then she has written and directed several shorts, music videos, and 4 feature films: Autumn Leaves, Dreammaker, Naked Angel and the upcoming romantic comedy, Bride+1. Dreammaker won the Audience Choice Award and/or Best Feature film in every festival in which it has played with screenings in Los Angeles, Chicago, Louisville, Ann Arbor and Rome, Italy. The films were distributed nationwide and can be found online.

Her feature film, Naked Angel, was an official selection of the Detroit Winsor Film Festival and so far has enjoyed successful screenings at the Michigan Theater in Ann Arbor and the Screen Actor’s Guild Foundation in Los Angeles.
Christina is presently coaching actors and gearing up to do the festival circuit with her feature, Bride +1. Christina spends her time in Michigan and L.A. where she is in development on several projects that she will direct.

What?

Filmmaker, Christina Morales Hemenway, stars in this hilarious romantic comedy with a fabulous cast you’ll recognize from Will & Grace (Yelyna De Leon), Independence Day (James Duval) and the Academy Award-winning film for Best Motion Picture Green Book (Don DiPetta).

Bride +1 tells the story of Clarissa, a 39 year old Latina woman who has never been married, but wants kids. So she sends out a “save the date” notice for her wedding to all her loved ones, even though she has no groom– yet. She figures if she builds it, her groom will come.

The film, written and directed by Morales Hemenway and produced by Dancingstar Productions showcases a cast starring Morales Hemenway as the determined bride-to-be Clarissa, James Duval (Jothem), Yelyna De León (Bita), Don DiPetta (Manny), Michael Morano (Gregorio), and Johnny Moreno (Esteban).

About the 13th Annual LA Skins Fest:

The Festival is an initiative of the Native American non-profit the Barcid Foundation and aims to showcase the rising talent in Native American filmmaking. This year the LA SKINS FEST is expanding the screening series to accommodate the growing talent in Indian Country.

The prestigious LA SKINS FEST ranks among the country’s best film festivals and is an annual gathering for film industry insiders, cinema enthusiasts, filmmakers, and critics. The LA Skins Fest is considered a major launching ground for Indian Country’s most talked about films. Founded in 2007, the Los Angeles Skins Fest, presented in the historic TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, is a 6-day multicultural event celebrating the art of film, TV and new media. The Los Angeles Skins Fest’s long-standing commitment is to join filmmakers and film connoisseurs together to experience great cinema. The exciting schedule consists of dozens of filmmakers presenting their newest works, special artist development programs, tributes to community leaders, special events, and remarkable films. Festival headquarters are in Los Angeles, CA.

For more information please visit: http://laskinsfest.com

When & Where?

Bride +1 will be screened as part of the LA Skins Fest

Sunday, November 24th

Address: TCL Chinese Theatre
6925 Hollywood Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90028

Media Check in: 3:00 p.m.

Red Carpet: 3:15- 3:50 p.m.

Screening: 4:00 p.m.- 6:00 p.m.

Q&A: Following the screening

Social Media:
IG: @brideplusone
FB: https://www.facebook.com/BridePlusOne/

You can check out the Bride +1 TEASER here: https://youtu.be/LP9nvWLyLu8

Tickets can be purchased under the “WOMEN LEADS” category here:
https://filmfreeway.com/LosAngelesSkinsFilmFestival/tickets

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