DSALA and Arclight Cinemas Celebrate World Down Syndrome Day

Join DSALA and ArcLight Cinemas as we celebrate World Down Syndrome Day with a special showing of Kelly's Hollywood directed by Brian Donovan. This is a red carpet event with a Q&A with the director after the 7:30pm showing! Grab your friends and family, and help us raise money and awareness for the Down syndrome community!

Showings:
1:00pm, 5:00pm (No tickets available), and 7:30pm

Location:
ArcLight Cinemas 15301 Ventura Blvd, Sherman Oaks, CA 91403

You may purchase your tickets at the ArcLight today!!

Eat Wings. Raise Funds.

       Visit the Sherman Oaks Galleria Buffalo Wild Wings on the day of the film Monday, March 21, 2016  and 10% of purchases accompanied by
this flyer will be donated to Down Syndrome Association of Los Angeles. 

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Kelly's Hollywood is about a brother’s quest to fulfill his sister’s dream of becoming a Hollywood diva takes an unexpected turn when it starts to threaten his engagement. Brian, an aspiring actor, leaves his hometown of Buffalo, NY in the hopes of making it big in Los Angeles. As the years pass, he misses his loving sister Kelly, who he left behind. Kelly, who has Down syndrome and still lives at home with their parents, wants to follow in her big brother’s footsteps, but is relegated to assembly line work and performing in her bedroom. To put an end to Kelly’s frustrations and to fill the absence of her in his life, Brian brings Kelly to Hollywood every winter to share in the dream. As Brian makes Kelly’s dreams a reality, his romantic relationships suffer as Kelly becomes increasingly jealous of his girlfriend. Faced with boundary ultimatums from his girlfriend and health complications of Kelly’s, Brian works to find balance between the two. But when Kelly’s health plummets, Brian desperately tries to fulfill her last wish of performing in front of a live audience. Will her wish become a reality? And will Brian’s own dream of marrying survive?

Rating: PG-13 (Contains some adult themes and strong language)

“You would be hard-pressed to find a more touching and ultimately life-affirming documentary...”     Buck Quigley, ARTVOICE 

“I just loved this documentary! It is so full of heart. I laughed. I cried. It was absolutely riveting.”    Molly Shannon, Actress and SNL Alum

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