Thursday, June 4, 2009

Carnival Of Darkness Short Film Festival August 6th

The 1st Annual Carnival of Darkness short film festival will be held August 6th at The Majestic Crest Theater in Westwood, Ca.

Carnival of Darkness showcases the very best new work from independent horror filmmakers. This celebration of ‘creepy’ and original film shorts and music videos will culminate in a one hour panel discussion featuring top names in the horror world.

Co-producers Alex Bram and Leah Cevoli have selected the historic landmark Crest Theater not only because of its state-of-the-art sound and projection equipment and large seating capacity (465 seats), but also because it exemplifies the indie spirit of the festival. The Crest is one of the last remaining independently owned and operated theaters in Los Angeles.

Panel Speakers:
Juliet Landau- Actor (Buffy/Angel),
Marc Sheffler- Actor (Last House on The Left),
Katt Shea-Director (The Rage: Carrie 2, Poison Ivy),
Jason Miller- Musician (Godhead),
Stephen Wozniak- Actor (Exorcism).

Panel Moderator:
Leah Cevoli- Actor/Writer (Deadwood, Robot Chicken)

When: Thursday August 6th
Where: The Majestic Crest Theater
1262 Westwood Blvd 90024
Admission: $10
Doors: 8:00pm

This event is all ages, open to the public, general admission seating.
Refreshments Available.

For More Info:
Alex Bram (Producer) -
Leah Cevoli (Producer/Host) Leah@LeahCe
Belinda Thomas (Publicist)

Website Coming Soon:

*Panel Line-Up subject to change based on schedules and availability*

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Cuba Travel Services Offers Non-Stop Flights from L.A. to Havana

Cuba Travel Services, Inc. will begin offering non-stop weekly flights from LAX to Havana starting June 30, 2009. The move comes as The Obama Administration recently lifted travel restrictions to Cuba. This gives Cubans people greater ease to visit their relatives in that country.

"President Obama has directed that a series of steps be taken to reach out to the Cuban people to support their desire to enjoy basic human rights and to freely determine their country's future," White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs said.

For more information on visiting Cuba call, 1-800-963-2822 or visit: Travel