Entertainment Industry Related Events September 2011 with Desiree Anderson

Your Host Desiree Anderson
Published: Monday, August 29th, 2011




31st August – 10th September – La Biennale di Venezia. The 68th Venice Film Festival. If you are lucky enough to be in Venice this year, the festival is a must see. The aim of the Festival is to raise awareness and promote all the various aspects of international cinema in all its forms: as art, entertainment and as an industry, in a spirit of freedom and tolerance. The Festival includes retrospectives and homages to major figures as a contribution towards raising awareness of the history of cinema. Visit


September 1-5 – Cinecon 47 Classic Film Festival. Five days of classic films at Grauman’s Egyptian Theatre and Movie Memorabilia show at the Renaissance Hollywood Hotel, Hollywood, California. For more information visit


September 2nd – 11th – 37th Annual Deauville American Film Festival. America conquers France for a week of outstanding film productions in the famous leisure sea coast town, Deauville. The Deauville American Film Festival is a yearly event bringing together more than 100 films.


September 3rd – Screen Actors Guild Hollywood Holiday Host’s the 7th Annual Labor Day Picnic. 10am–2pm, at the Camrose picnic area at the Hollywood Bowl. Hollywood SAG members and their guests are welcome. Please bring paid-up membership card for admission. Raffles and prizes throughout the day. Bring blankets and picnic lunches; SAG will supply sodas and water. Please NO pets or animals with the exception of service animals. This is a non-smoking area. Click here to view the flyer.


September 5th – 11th – The 5th Annual Sydney Underground Film Festival. Dedicated to screening unique, independent, experimental, provocative and uncompromising films.


Sept 7 – Oct 16, 2011 – ‘Poor Behavior’ at the Mark Taper Forum. A weekend in the country turns into a high stakes game of marital mixed doubles in this biting adult comedy that asks “Is it adultery if they already think you’ve done it?” For tickets and information visit


September 8th National Actors Day
7:00 PM – 11:00 PM
Libertine Restaurant
8210 Sunset Blvd,
West Hollywood, CA 90046
For more information please visit Helen McCready Casting


September 9th – 18th – Six One-Act Plays by Women Playwrights at the Secret Rose Theatre, North Hollywood, California. The one-acts are:
THREAD COUNT Writ ten by Deanna Alisa Ableser: A husband and wife’s normal evening routine falls apart—threatening the stability of their marriage–
when she reveals that she is writing her eulogy and needs his help. Directed by Dana Schwartz.
JOURNALIST OF THE YEAR Writ ten by Kitty Felde: Three LA journalists, one golden statue: does sleeping with a city official really hurt your career?
Directed by C. Raul Espinoza.
BLIND DATE Writ ten by Tanis Galik: In this comedy we eavesdrop in on Dr. Stanley and Alice Adler as they prepare for what may be one of the scariest things in the world: a blind date. Directed by Kirk Arnold Smith.
SCUFFY THE CAT Writ ten by Kres Mersky: A comedy about a woman seeing her pet cat from a new perspective. Directed by Paul Gersten.
S.O.U.Ls, Inc. Writ ten and directed by Jan O’Connor: In this dark comedy, four new souls receive instructions that they can choose the life they will live on earth by acting out sample scripts. However, the choices are limited.
THE REASON WHY I LIE Writ ten by Chelsea Sutton: While waiting for their train, Stew watches a Flintstones marathon and Sage retreats into her daydreams, where her hopes, fears and a certain secret desire roam free. Directed by Jon Cortez.
Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 PM. Sunday Matinees at 2:00 PM; $15 General Admission.


September 14th -18th – The 17th Annual Temecula Valley International Film Festival. In Temecula, San Diego County, California. Visit for all the details.


September 15-18 – The Burbank International Film Festival.  The BFF is a socially and environmentally conscious film festival. Human, animal, and environmental causes are of the utmost importance to all those involved with the festival. We commend those filmmakers that shed light on important issues that impact our world. The festival features a Socially Conscious category. Change the world, one film at a time. Downtown Burbank, California.


September 16th – October 22nd – At the Westchester Playhouse, the Kentwood Players present, Candide. Part sophisticated musical, part wacky screwball comedy with shades of Monty Python, this funny, irreverent satire is the perfect musical expression of Voltaire’s tongue-in-cheek send-up of optimistic philosophies. For tickets and information visit


September 20th – 22nd – 3D and Mobile Entertainment Summit in Hollywood, California. Unlike other events, the 3D Entertainment Summit is totally focused on how the 3D entertainment transformation is affecting the business of entertainment. It is the event of choice for the key players in 3D entertainment across theatrical, broadcast, television, gaming, advertising and alternate content.


September 21st – 25th – The 12th Annual Woodstock Film Festival in Woodstock, New York. Visit for details and ticket information.


September 30th – October 16th – The 49th New York Film Festival. This year’s NYFF will offer more opportunities to see more films and filmmakers than ever before.


November 5th, 2011: Actorfest Los Angeles 9a – 6p

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