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Friday, September 28, 2007

The party for "The Young & The Evil" was fantastic. I have been flowing the production of this film since I first heard about it and it was great to get to meet the people behind this very bold and beautiful film. Special thanks to Julian Breece, Aaliyah Williams, and Vaughn Lowery for a great event and what looks like a very profound film.

To see more photos from the event check out the full set at my Flickr page.

Wednesday, September 26, 2007

***THE YOUNG & EVIL Sneak Preview & Fundraiser***

Hosted by:

Tatyana Ali


Ananda Lewis

Thursday, September 27th
Eleven Club & Restaurant
8811 Santa Monica Blvd
West Hollywood, CA 9006

Doors open at 8pm - 12am
Open bar sponsored by V2Vodka 8pm - 9pm

$25 suggested donation

Performances by Raja of the Dreamgirls Revue & The Fanatix

Meet the cast! Celebrity appearances throughout the evening.

Funds raised will go toward the film's post-production costs and support our non-profit partner, The Brotherhood Crusade of Los Angeles.

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our non-profit sponsor:

Writer-Director Julian Breece makes a striking debut with THE YOUNG & EVIL, a dramatic short about a defiantly promiscuous young man who sets out to contract the HIV virus. Referencing the controversial 1930s novel of the same title, THE YOUNG & EVIL provides a chilling lens into how anxiety, faithlessness and longing miscolor the need for human connection.

Newcomer Vaughn Lowery stakes claim as this year's young actor to watch with his complex and searing portrayal of a steel-eyed rebel who finds eros in self-destruction.

Shot in South Central Los Angeles by veteran cinematographer Carl Bartels, THE YOUNG & EVIL presents a unique and seductively stylish vision. Pulsing with atmosphere and authenticity, the film undulates between severe urban grit and haunting metaphor. With Breece's protagonist as our guide, we're ushered into a labyrinthine world of shadows, where touch equals salvation.