Twentieth Century Fox and the Motion Picture & Television Fund Present Celebrity Screening of 'Walk The Line'

Joaquin Phoenix and Reese Witherspoon Join Cast Members and Celebrity Guests

for Screening of Johnny Cash Biopic

Nov 07, 2005, 00:00 ET from Motion Picture & Television Fund


                                MEDIA  ADVISORY
 
      WHAT:         A celebrity screening of the new Twentieth Century Fox
                    Film "Walk The Line"
 
      WHEN:         Thursday, November 10, 7:30 p.m. (celebrity arrivals
                    6:30-7:30 p.m.)
 
      WHERE:        Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, 8949 Wilshire
                    Blvd., Beverly Hills
 
      WHO:          Among the celebrities expected to attend are: Joaquin
                    Phoenix, Reese Witherspoon, Ginnifer Goodwin, Robert
                    Patrick, Diane Keaton, Marcia Cross, Jacqueline Bisset,
                    Darryl Hannah, James Keach, Olivia Newton-John, Julie
                    Delpy, Bonnie Raitt, Mark Ruffalo, Cheech Marin, Luke
                    Perry, Susan Blakely, Beau Bridges, Jim Caviezel, Wes
                    Craven, Nora Ephron, Sarah Chalke, Ian Ziering, Diane Ladd,
                    Gary Dourdan, Keith Carradine, Ariana Huffington, Camryn
                    Manheim, Melissa Gilbert, Bruce Boxleitner, Harry Hamlin,
                    Lisa Rinna, Doris Roberts.
 
      MEDIA ACCESS: Photographers will be permitted to cover celebrity
                    arrivals.
 
      SPONSORS:     Event sponsors are GQ magazine and Claiborne.
 
      MPTF:         For almost 85 years, the Motion Picture & Television Fund
                    has been a major service organization, promoting the
                    well-being of California's entertainment community.
                    Healthcare and childcare, retirement care and charitable
                    social services are provided with compassion and respect
                    for the dignity of the whole person.  Charity is at the
                    heart of what MPTF does at the Motion Picture & Television
                    Fund's Country House and hospital, five health centers,
                    Samuel Goldwyn Foundation Children's Center, and through
                    financial assistance and community outreach programs.  For
                    more information about MPTF visit www.mptvfund.org.
 
      CONTACT:      Steve Honig, The Honig Company, Inc.
                    310-246-1801, press@honigcompany.com
 
 

SOURCE Motion Picture & Television Fund

                                MEDIA  ADVISORY
 
      WHAT:         A celebrity screening of the new Twentieth Century Fox
                    Film "Walk The Line"
 
      WHEN:         Thursday, November 10, 7:30 p.m. (celebrity arrivals
                    6:30-7:30 p.m.)
 
      WHERE:        Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, 8949 Wilshire
                    Blvd., Beverly Hills
 
      WHO:          Among the celebrities expected to attend are: Joaquin
                    Phoenix, Reese Witherspoon, Ginnifer Goodwin, Robert
                    Patrick, Diane Keaton, Marcia Cross, Jacqueline Bisset,
                    Darryl Hannah, James Keach, Olivia Newton-John, Julie
                    Delpy, Bonnie Raitt, Mark Ruffalo, Cheech Marin, Luke
                    Perry, Susan Blakely, Beau Bridges, Jim Caviezel, Wes
                    Craven, Nora Ephron, Sarah Chalke, Ian Ziering, Diane Ladd,
                    Gary Dourdan, Keith Carradine, Ariana Huffington, Camryn
                    Manheim, Melissa Gilbert, Bruce Boxleitner, Harry Hamlin,
                    Lisa Rinna, Doris Roberts.
 
      MEDIA ACCESS: Photographers will be permitted to cover celebrity
                    arrivals.
 
      SPONSORS:     Event sponsors are GQ magazine and Claiborne.
 
      MPTF:         For almost 85 years, the Motion Picture & Television Fund
                    has been a major service organization, promoting the
                    well-being of California's entertainment community.
                    Healthcare and childcare, retirement care and charitable
                    social services are provided with compassion and respect
                    for the dignity of the whole person.  Charity is at the
                    heart of what MPTF does at the Motion Picture & Television
                    Fund's Country House and hospital, five health centers,
                    Samuel Goldwyn Foundation Children's Center, and through
                    financial assistance and community outreach programs.  For
                    more information about MPTF visit www.mptvfund.org.
 
      CONTACT:      Steve Honig, The Honig Company, Inc.
                    310-246-1801, press@honigcompany.com
 
 SOURCE  Motion Picture & Television Fund