AnnaSophia will be introducing "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2" on July 13th at the Denver Pavilions in honor of ThereWithCare. She will also be attending and signing autographs at the ThereWithCare fundraising dinner in Boulder Sunday July 17th. Purchase tickets to both events by going to www.therewithcare.org.
There With Care's mission is to provide a wide range of thoughtful and fundamental services to children and families during the critical phase of a medical crisis. TWC serve families referred by medical agencies, by building a network of services and people who ease the burden of life's day-to-day obligations with compassion and care.
AYou are invited to a special screening of Soul Surfer in Denver, Colorado this Sunday April 17th at 7pm with special guest AnnaSophia who will be doing a Q&A after the movie. Seats are limited! To buy tickets go to: http://soulsurfer777.eventbrite.com
April 2nd, 2011: Nickelodeon Kid's Choice Awards
April 2nd, 2011: "Teen Vogue's Haute" Spot event in Costa Mesa
April 3rd, 2011: AnnaSophia and Bethany will be presenters at the ACM Awards
April 3rd, 2011: On "The View" TV show live w/Dennis Quaid
April 4th, 2011: MTV's "The Seven"
April 5th, 2011: Fox and Friends
April 5th, 2011: "What's the Buzz" - ABCs News cable
AnnaSophia and Bethany Hamilton will receive Maverick Awards during the Cinequest Film Festival on March 12th. Hamilton will receive the special "Life of a Maverick Award" and AnnaSophia will be honoured with Cinequest's "Emerging Maverick Award". "Soul Surfer" will be closing the Cinequest Film Festival, at the California Theater, in San Jose, California.
The Cinequest Film Festival 21 serves Maverick film artists, movie lovers and students and runs from March 1st to March 13th in San Jose, CA. Cinequest is known for the discovery of new and emerging film artists. The festival presents 200 international films with over 600+ film artists, technologists, and professionals from 44 countries in attendance. Over 10,000 artists have attended to date. Exhibiting unique social and artistic visions from around the globe, Cinequest's dynamic festival engages audiences in thought-provoking dialogue, giving film artists and film lovers alike an opportunity to connect.
Tickets and passes can be purchased online at http://www.cinequest.org/passes_tickets.php or at the Camera Box Office starting February 27th. During the festival all Cinequest box offices at the Camera 12, San Jose Repertory Theatre and the California Theatre will be open 45 minutes prior to the first daily screening. Tickets and passes are sold at all box offices. Orders placed on/after February 26th will be held for pick up at will call. Additional information and directions are available at http://www.cinequest.org/film_festival.php.
The Denver Film Society is hosting Denver's first International Women's Film Festival called "Women + Film VOICES Film" and it will run from March 8-13th at the new Denver Film Society's center on Colfax. It is a celebration of women and a call to act. VOICES will educate on world issues, inspire the audience to be courageous and to act on being the change we want to see in the world. There will be a great line up of films, with Q&A afterwards; fun parties; and "salons" where you can come and meet leaders in the global community that are making a difference. Come and join us! I'll be there. 'Soul Surfer' will be screened March 9th at 7pm. Bethany Hamilton will be there too!
Tickets can be purchased online at www.denverfilm.org. Click on "Women + Film VOICES", and select the films you would like to attend. There are also group sales and passes for the event for sale by calling the DFS at 303 595 3456 x 232. Shawn or Ann will be able to help you.
This is a non-profit festival. Take a look at the sponsorship opportunities on the attachment. Hosting a film or reception is a great way to show the community who your company is and what you stand for.
On December 9th AnnaSophia was a judge/taste tester at the Red Robin Restaurant hamburger contest. She couldn't wait, the hamburgers are awesome and the event was for a great cause - to raise money and awareness for "The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children". Please read below to find out more about this important organization. And you can support by bringing your family and friends to Red Robin and order one of the hamburgers that was created by the winner of this taste testing contest!
"Red Robin Kids' Cook-Off"supports the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children's child safety education and abduction prevention effortsThe annual Kids' Cook-Off, now in its fifth year, invites kids to submit their own gourmet burger creations to Red Robin. The grand-prize-winning gourmet burger - chosen from thousands of recipes submitted each year - is sold in all U.S. Red Robin restaurants, and a portion of proceeds from each winning gourmet burger sold benefits the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC), Red Robin's beneficiary for several community programs since 2006. Red Robin has donated more than $220,000 to NCMEC through this annual Cook-Off, and those funds have supported the organization's child safety education and abduction prevention efforts.
To learn more about NCMEC's child safety initiatives, visit www.missingkids.com
AnnaSophia will be a the THERE WITH CARE fundraiser of the Harry Potter screening Nov 18th at 4:30 pm at the United Artist Theater Colorado Center; Denver CO. Let's fill up the theater and help out this incredible organization that helps families with children in hospitals dealing with life threatening issues. Just go to www.therewithcare.org and you can purchase tickets. Actor Devon Murry "Seamus Finnegan" will be there too. You can also see/meet AnnaSophia, Devon Murry and Tom Felton "Draco Malfoy" at the Holiday Party event a Saturday Nov 20th in Denver or Nov 21st in Boulder. 'There with Care' has all the info on tickets and directions. Hope you can make it!
AnnaSophia was awarded the Rising Star Award at the Denver Film Festival Nov 12th. This years Festival (Nov 12th - 22nd) was filled with amazing films. Check out their website: www.denverfilm.org
AnnaSophia was out on 9/11/09, which is our National Day of Service. She and her friends volunteered at an after school program. They all had fun talking, playing games, swimming and connecting together. To find out more about volunteering in your area, check with www.servicenation.org. There is something for EVERYONE. Try it with your friends, or volunteer by yourself, whatever it is, try and make a difference in our world.
AnnaSophia and her costar Alexander Ludwig from Race to Witch Mountain, recently visited Mattel's Children's Hospital at UCLA. This is what AnnaSophia had to say "These kids are the bravest people I have met! I was overwhelmed by their strength and courage. I felt so lucky to have spent time with these incredible children. They are the super-heros!". Check out some more of these amazing kids photos in "Photos".
The 14th Annual Palm Beach International Film Festival (PBIFF) will present its "Horizon Award" to AnnaSophia on Friday, April 24, during a black tie awards gala at the Boca Raton Resort and Club. This award recognizes young actors emerging talent and excellent work in film.
The Palm Beach International Film Festival (PBIFF) will host their 14th annual event April 23 -27, 2009. The film festival, ranked one of the top 25 Independent Film Festivals worldwide, showcases more than 80 independent films, presents countywide celebrity-attended events and parties along with enlightening film industry seminars, all within a five-day celebration of the past, present and future of the motion picture industry.
The PBIFF is a celebration of American and International Independent Film that is growing in size and stature as one of the only festivals in the world that gives back to the community. The PBIFF is a not-for-profit 501(c) (3) organization supporting film and TV programs in local schools. Unlike many festivals, the PBIFF is dedicated to making a difference in the lives of young people by helping to prepare them for fulfilling their dreams to one day work in the world of film and TV. Proceeds raised each year go to area schools to provide new technologies for optimal learning in the forms of grants and scholarships. In addition, during the festival, students from the high school, community college and university level from around the state of Florida enter their film projects and are awarded scholarship monies to enhance their education.
Books and stories unite people. The event in the Boulder Library at the 3rd of April proved it to be true. The library chose the book 'Bridge to Terabithia' this year for the 'One Book Programme'. The auditorium was packed when AnnaSophia entered stage at 6.30 p.m. like announced, to give a Q & A to the expectant audience. She answered patiently and humorously every single question concerning the shooting of 'The Bridge to Terabithia', her film carrier and future projects. She was also questioned about her trip to India to the Dalits last summer (have a closer look in the section: 'Changing the world').
Eventually, after the Q & A the screening of the film 'Bridge to Terabithia' started.
AnnaSophia Robb looks cute in her red and white floral dress as she hosts the Capri Sun Ready to Re-Wear Runway Show held at the Hank Kline Club on Wednesday afternoon (March 25) in Miami, Fl.
The 15-year-old Race to Witch Mountain actress shared about going green, "How cool is this pouch dress (on the model)! I've never seen anything like it. Taking care of the environment is so important and I'm thrilled to be working with companies like Capri Sun and TerraCycle who have made awesome accessories while keeping pouches out of landfills!" EBay.com is hosting Capri Sun's first ever dress auction. It all starts TODAY, March 26 @ EBayGivingWorks.com. All proceeds will go to the National Chapter of the Boys & Girls Clubs of America.
AnnaSophia Robb shows off her pearly whites as she premieres her new flick, Race to Witch Mountain, at Hollywood's El Captian Theater on Wednesday evening (March 11). The 15-year-old actress plays Sara, one of two siblings in the movie who have supernatural powers, who team up with a Las Vegas cab driver (Dwayne Johnson) to save both of their worlds. AnnaSophia dished to Girl's Life mag about the first time her friends saw the trailer to Race. She shared, "The Race to Witch Mountain ad came on during the Super Bowl and, of course, the whole school watched it. By Monday, everyone had seen it. They didn't act any different. It wasn't like, 'You are in a movie!' It was just kind of like, 'You worked with Dwayne Johnson & that is so cool! He is so hot!'"