“Forgotten Hollywood”- Film Fest / Labor Day Weekend!

Posted on July 2, 2010 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…Rennaissance hotel logo

  Really exciting news! I’ve been invited to this year’s CINECON Classic Film Festival during the Labor Day holiday. This five-day event takes place at two memorable Hollywood landmarks ~ The Egyptian Theatre and Renaissance Hollywood Hotel.

    I’m joining their Movie Memorabilia Show taking place on the third floor of the Renaissance. I’ll be signing my book Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History for your reading pleasure. Gary Lycan and I are penciled in during the Film Book Fair on Friday, September 3rd, 11:30a-2p.

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   Expected activities are to include rarely seen classic cinema from the Silent Era and the Golden Age, legendary actor Q&A appearances, a star-studded celebrity banquet, and vintage Hollywood memorabilia. The corner of Hollywood and Highland will be buzzing for five days beginning September 2nd!

      According to their website:

We’ll be showing nearly thirty rare silent and early sound feature films and as many short subjects from the nation’s leading film archives and Hollywood studio vaults.  CINECON is dedicated to showcasing unusual films that are rarely given public screenings. If you love movies, CINECON is the place to be over Labor Day weekend.

   Here is a link to their website:  http://www.cinecon.org/




   I have a new library in the fold. Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History is now available in Ventura County at the Oxnard Public Libary. The city of Oxnard is nestled between Thousand Oaks and Ventura. If you would like to check out my paperback, please visit 251 South “A” St. This ups the total of libraries carrying my book to 21!

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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