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"HSFF FILM INDUSTRY NIGHT PRODUCED BY ROYALTY ROPE EVENTS, INC."

"HSFF FILM INDUSTRY NIGHT PRODUCED BY ROYALTY ROPE EVENTS, INC."

LOS ANGELES, Hollywood: 06:00 PM, Tuesday, June 2nd, 2009 from Royalty Rope Events, Inc. Hollywood, CA.

What: HSFF Film Industry Night

This is one in the line of Royalty Rope Events' "Film Industry Nights." With support from The HollyShorts Film Festival, this event enables representatives from renowned companies (ranging from film financiers, distributors, production companies, studios, talent agencies, PR and media companies ...) to establish personal contact in friendly and enjoyable atmosphere that will hopefully result in quality business relations and endeavors. June 5th marks the official final deadline for all HollyShorts Film Festival submissions.

Where: Bar Delux, 1624 N Cahuenga Blvd., Hollywood

*Two-hour screenings of HollyShorts Film Festival Film selection.

When: Friday, June 5th, 2009; 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM.

Red Carpet Arrivals: 8:30 PM to 10:30 PM

Media check in: no later than 8:00 PM

(Party scene after 10:30 PM)

Contact:

Sean Dubravac

President

Royalty Rope Events, Inc.

c. 310-488-0056

e. Sean@RoyaltyRope.com

Host: HollyShorts Film Festival

Event Production: Royalty Rope Events, Inc.

Attire: Upscale

Confirmed professionals attending the event:

HollyShorts Film Festival (Daniel Sol, Theo Dumont and colleagues)

Comerica Bank: Film Financing Department (Todd Steiner and colleagues)

Citi Group Film Financing Department (Jeff Riggs and colleagues)

ICM (Cameron Mitchell, Nick Reed, Nathan Ross and colleagues)

LA Models (Francis Enriquez, Sergio Garcia, Cole Trider and colleagues)

Ford Models (Mariel Witmond, Stephanie Katchmar, Charlene Chiu, Gena Doyle and colleagues)

Don Buchwald and Assoc. (Michael Greenwald, Joshua Edwards and colleagues)

Miller PR & Gersh Agency (Dawn Miller, Amanda Soun, Fazel Adabi and colleagues)

Uncommon Dialogues (Patrick Kilpatrick and colleagues)

Walt Disney Studios (Roy Malkin and colleagues)

Warner Brothers (Nikki Preston and colleagues)

Getty Images (Carla Doerr and colleagues)

Signature LA Direct (Ian Bertrand, Oren Levy and colleagues)

Source: Royalty Rope Events, Inc.

SPONSORED BY: KROL VODKA

More information:

Royalty Rope Events, Inc. - www.RoyaltyRope.com

HollyShorts Film Festival - www.HollyShorts.com

Bar Delux - www.BarDelux.com

About Royalty Rope Events, Inc.

Royalty Rope Events, Inc. is the Hollywood premier event management and nightclub marketing group. Since its origination in 2007, the company has rapidly reached the top amongst its competition in the Los Angeles area and has successfully branded several Hollywood venues. Our signature events, Film Industry Night, Fashion Industry Night and EUROPA, as well as other ad hoc events for film festivals, fashion labels and charities, attract the most sophisticated strata of Hollywood.

For more information, please visit: www.RoyaltyRope.com.

About HollyShorts Film Festival

HollyShorts Film Festival (HSFF) is an annual film festival showcasing the best and brightest short films from around the globe. HollyShorts is devoted to the advancement filmmakers through screenings, Q&A sessions and networking events. The HollyShorts Film Festival showcases the top short films produced 30-minutes or less. The 2007 festival took place August 12-13 at Cinespace: Digital Supperclub in Hollywood, CA.

For more information, please visit: www.hollyshorts.com.

5TH ANNUAL HOLLYSHORTS FILM FESTIVAL PRESENTED BY ROYALTY ROPE EVENTS, TO OPEN WITH SPOTLIGHT ON CINEMATOGRAPHER DARREN LEW

Event to Showcase Three Award-Winning Short Films

Shot by Lew:

“Bugcrush” Directed by Carter Smith

“Streak” Directed by Demi Moore

“Welcome” Directed by Kirsten Dunst

Festival Takes Place August 6-9, 2009

Royalty Rope Events To Also Host HollyShorts and Actor Jimmy Jean-Louis’s (”Heroes”) non profit organization Hollywood Unites for Haiti’s (HUFH) special VIP celebration at The Kress.

HOLLYWOOD, CA March 17, 2009—The 5th Annual HollyShorts Film Festival (August 6-9), presented by Royalty Rope Events, will open in Hollywood on Thursday, August 6, with a special spotlight on award-winning cinematographer Darren Lew (www.darrenlew.com). The event will showcase three of Lew’s most celebrated short films: “Bugcrush,” directed by Carter Smith (The Ruins), “Streak,” directed by Demi Moore, and “Welcome,” directed by Kirsten Dunst. The announcement was made today by Festival Director Daniel Sol.

With a resume consisting of over 11 notable short films, as well as a reel of commercials for Madison Avenue’s biggest brands, Darren Lew is one of Hollywood’s fastest-rising cinematographers. Most recently Lew teamed with Ashton Kutcher’s Katalyst Media and Myspace Celebrity to shoot a slew of famous personalities making pledges of service to President Barack Obama. Directed and produced by Demi Moore, the video featured Cameron Diaz, Eva Longoria Parker, Sean “Diddy” Combs, George Lopez, Ashlee Simpson, Courteney Cox, and Dakota Fanning, among many others, and was broadcast on the Oprah Winfrey show.

“On the heels of last year’s festival, which featured the likes of David Lynch, Paul Haggis, Josh Brolin, Jessica Biel, and David Arquette, we are honored to spotlight one of Hollywood’s fastest-rising cinematographers,” said Sol. “Darren signifies what HollyShorts is all about. He goes out of his way to give first-time filmmakers access to his services, and it’s definitely time he gets recognized for his excellent work and efforts in this business.”

The Darren Lew HollyShorts Opening Night Spotlight will include the following short films, photographed by Lew:

“Bugcrush,” directed by Carter Smith (The Ruins) was the Sundance ‘06 Grand Jury Prize winner for Short Filmmaking and official selection Cannes Film Festival ‘06. “Bugcrush” stars Josh Caras (The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2), Donald Cumming (The Favor), Eleonore Hendricks (Creative Nonfiction) and David Tennent (The House is Burning). “Bugcrush” is the story of Ben (Caras), a small-town high school loner, whose fascination with Grant (Cumming), a dangerously seductive new kid, leads him into something much more sinister than he could have ever imagined.

“Streak,” directed by Demi Moore (Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle, Ghost, A Few Good Men). Part of Glamour Magazine’s Reel Moments project, “Streak”stars Brittany Snow (Hairspray), Rumer Willis (The House Bunny), Sarah Wright (The House Bunny) and Madeline Zima (A Cinderella Story) and tells the story of a high school senior, Baylin (Snow), who’s been feeling a little claustrophobic. With graduation just around the corner, she realizes she has very little in common with her so-called best friends. One day at the gym she hits it off with free-spirited Drea (Willis). Soon Baylin’s new friendship takes her on a lucky streak she won’t soon forget.

“Welcome,” directed by Kirsten Dunst (Spiderman, Marie Antoinette, How to Lose Friends & Alienate People), also part of Glamour’s Reel Moments, stars Winona Ryder (Edward Scissorhands), John Hawkes (American Gangster) and Lexi Jourden (Two and a Half Men). The short tells how Bill (Hawkes), Cynthia (Ryder) and their daughter Alice (Jourden) move into a new house and find themselves confronted by an unexpected occupant. However, as they decide what to do, the young family learns that sometimes, living peacefully means learning how to get along with anyone-or anything….

Darren Lew is one of Hollywood’s fastest-rising cinematographers. He has worked on projects with such recognizable creative artists as photographer Annie Leibovitz, director/DP Lance Acord (Marie Antoinette), art director Fabien Baron, feature director Ben Younger (Boiler Room), documentarian Albert Maysles, and Vogue photographer Steven Meisel.

His commercial work includes clients such as Nike, Lacoste, Versace, Stella McCartney, Estee Lauder, Volkswagen, Rolex, Canon, Dr. Pepper and GMC. He served as the Director of Photography on Glen Luchford’s “Dark Yellow,” which took home the top prize for short films at the 2008 Jackson Hole Film Festival, Jennie Livingston’s short “Who’s The Top,” and doc “Through The Ice,” Ranier Judd’s short film “Remember Back, Remember When.” Lew is also in production on Kirsten Dunst’s and Jacob Soboroff’s new documentary, “Why Vote,” which is being produced by Participant Media.

Lew is represented by the Endeavor Agency.

The HollyShorts opening night event will also feature several additional acclaimed short film projects and awards.

About Bar Delux

Bar Delux is a glimmering slice of Art Deco heaven with striking chandeliers and a

massive emerald stained-glass mural that features a large blimp, airplanes, buildings

and rows of smokestacks. But what the ladies might be talking about at the Kris

Keith-designed lounge (he previously designed Goa) is the glamorous, red womblike

bathroom upstairs, which looks straight out of the 1920s.

For more information, please visit: www.BarDelux.com.

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