Kat Kramer’s Films That Change The World 10th Installment
Featuring “LOVE & BANANAS: An Elephant Story
Directed by Ashley Bell








Exclusive Invitation-only Pre-release screening will be on Wednesday, July 18th at the Real D Theater, 100 N. Crescent, Beverly Hills, California. This feature documentary will kick off the 10th Installment of Kat Kramer’s Films That Change The World and will feature heroic women who Kramer calls “SHEroes For Change”.

Kat Kramer will moderate the Panel and in attendance will be:
Ashley Bell (“The Last Exorcism”) writer/director/producer
Ross M. Dinerstein (1922) producer
Sofia and Ian Hultquist (“The First Monday in May”) executive producers/composers
David Casselman – executive producer and founder of the Cambodia Wildlife Sanctuary.

Members of the entertainment deaf community will be in attendance along with an ASL interpreter, and a panel with Q&A will be conducted after the screening.

The host committee for this event includes:
Ed Asner
Ed Begley, Jr.
Beau Bridges
Joanna Cassidy
Lek Chailert
Katie Cleary
Kristin Davis
Kirby Dick
Briana Evigan
Louis Gossett, Jr.
Tippi Hedren
Lainie Kazan
Jon Mack
Jessie Maltin
Sara Rue
Sharon Stone
Billy Bob Thornton
Beverly Todd
Glynn Turman
Diane Warren
Amy Ziering
and many others

Cambodia Wildlife Sanctuary
Change For Balance
Elephant Action League
Elephant Guardians of Los Angeles
Save Elephant Foundation
The Kerulos Center

“My theme for the 10th Anniversary is “SHEroes For Change.” Later this Fall I will present more films with this theme including “BOMBSHELL: The Hedy Lamarr Story” produced by Susan Sarandon and Reframed Pictures. I also established the prestigious “Hunt For Humanity” Award in conjunction with the series in honor of the “first” actorvist Marsha Hunt, who will turn 101 on October 17th. Details about the 2nd recipient and “Hunt For Humanity” Award ceremony will be announced in the coming weeks. I’m also presenting an award winning documentary “FEMINISTS: What Were They Thinking ?” by Johanna Demetrakas.” said Kat Kramer