FAYE DUNAWAY EXCLUSIVE CHARITY EVENT

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FAYE DUNAWAY EXCLUSIVE CHARITY EVENT
Friday 3rd October 2008



Hosted by Faye Dunaway with dinner at an
exclusive West End venue.

Also featuring the gala screening of her new
feature film Flick and a live cast of her
appearance on the Jonathan Ross Show,
which she will have recorded on the previous night.

Greetings!

Twenty people will next week have the opportunity to dine
with Faye Dunaway, as part of an event that marks her first
UK public appearance for more than 20 years.

The dinner is being organised to raise money for the
Independent Film Trust, the charity I founded to
advance the cause of independent filmmaking in the UK,
working alongside the Raindance Film Festival and
the British Independent Film Awards.

Bid now for this unique once-in-a-lifetime event.

Tickets are available through a blind auction.
See below for details.

Faye Dunaway

About Faye Dunaway

A legend from the golden era of Hollywood, Faye Dunaway
is one of the most widely recognised actresses in the world
and one of the top movie stars of all time.

She has starred in a wide variety of films, ranging from
critically-acclaimed masterpieces such as Bonnie and Clyde,
Chinatown and Network (each of which earned her an
Oscar nomination, with a win for Network) to blockbusters
such as The Towering Inferno and the camp classic Mommie Dearest.

Nominated for a Golden Globe 10 times, Ms Dunaway won
three for Network and the television films Ellis Island and Gia.

How To Attend this Exclusive Private Event

Seats are strictly limited to 20 attendees.

We are placing tickets to this event into a blind auction.

The minimum bid is £500.00.

To attend, submit your bid by email to Marcia Degia at
marcia@independentfilmtrust.org with your bid, your
name and a contact telephone number.

The deadline is 11.00pm (London time) on Wednesday
24th September. We will inform you by 12.00pm on
Thursday 25th September whether or not your bid
has been successful. You can bid for any number of
tickets from one to 20.

Ticket includes: Top seats at the gala screening of
her new film, Flick, at the Cineworld Shaftesbury on
Friday 3 October at 7pm, followed by drinks reception
and dinner at an exclusive West End venue.

About the Independent Film Trust

The Independent Film Trust (IFT) supports the
Raindance Film Festival and the British Independent Film Awards
with the aim of seeking out and showcasing the best in
independent film, promoting innovation and celebrating
the vitality and diversity of the sector.

Among other things, the IFT provides training scholarships
for emerging talent and is developing projects to provide
film training to disadvantaged children. Events like this
enable us to continue our work.

Thank you for your support.

Sincerely,

Elliot Grove
Founder, Independent Film Trust

Patrons:
Nick Broomfield, Michael Caton-Jones, Bill Forsyth,
Mike Leigh, Samantha Morton, Tim Roth, Elena Ambrosiadou

Trustees:
Neil McCartney (chair), Marcia Degia, Adam Davies,
Mark Cranwell, Richard Ayers

Organising Committee: Marie-Claire Baroness von Alvensleben,
Neil McCartney, Marcia Degia, Jean-Francois Dor, Carmen Zgouras,
Philippa Juul, Paul Piersons, Marcia Mouradian,
Francois-Eudes de Louville de Toucy

Charity registration number 1105749

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