Up close and personal with Danny Glover

January 14, 2010 2:22:27 PM PST
Actor Danny Glover joins us live in-studio to talk about his latest project, "Soundtrack for a Revolution."

About the event:

Soundtrack for A Revolution Oscar Nomination Hopeful Celebration with Danny Glover January 15, 2010.

Hear the Sounds of Wyclef Jean, Josh Stone, John Legend, Mary Mary, Angie Stone, Anthony Hamilton, The Blind Boys of Alabama,and more in the documentary "Soundtrack for a Revolution" that has made the Oscar nomination short list of 15 films that are in contention for nomination.

Soundtrack for A Revolution Oscar Nomination Hopeful Celebration to be held on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s actual birthday, January 15th at Third Baptist Church is a fundraiser for the NAACP. Actor and Activist, Danny Glover, an Executive Producer of the film will be on hand for the screening that will also have a special VIP reception in his honor.

Soundtrack for A Revolution will be screened in the very environment that birthed much of the music of the Civil Rights era, the church. Third Baptist Church provides a ground zero experience for seeing the film in the original surrounding that created "Soundtrack for A Revolution."

"Soundtrack for a Revolution" is among the 15 documentary films being considered for a nomination. February 2nd the five films that make it to the nomination level will be announced and Oscars will be presented March 7, 2010.

For more information, visit fla.vor.us

Purchase Tickets online at fla.vor.us/groovetickets for "Soundtrack for a Revolution" or call 1-877-71 GROOV (47668)

Schedule of Events:

VIP Reception with Danny Glover catered by FAZ Restaurants 6:00 p.m. January 15, 2010
(VIP Ticket includes Preferred Screening Seating)

Film Screening at 7 p.m.

Q&A with Danny Glover, filmakers Bill Guttentag and Dan Sturman moderated by San Francisco Filmmaker Jacquie Taliaferro follows screening.

A special appeal will be made for the survivors of the Haitian Earthquake. The audience will be requested to write checks to Hollywood Unites for Haiti www.hufh.org, a foundation founded by Jimmy Jean-Louis "The Haitian" on NBC's "Heroes" and to the American Red Cross.

Your ticket to the event gets you a special weekend rate of $125 a night at the Intercontinental San Francisco. Online reservations information is yours after you purchase your ticket for the evening.

For more information, go to www.intercontinentalsanfrancisco.com

General Admission (Film & Q&A with Danny Glover) $25
Youth Tickets $10
Seniors' Tickets $15
VIP Reception with Danny Glover $100


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