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Film Screening: Bottleshock

Please RSVP by no later than 12 noon today.

Academy Members accompanied by 1 to a MAXIMUM 3 GUESTS ONLY are invited to the following TWO (2) screenings.

There are TWO screenings … the first has a Q & A.

No walk-ins.

A list must be provided of names to the distributor by 12 NOON today, Monday, June 30.

BOTTLESHOCK presented by BRYAN BANTRY a FREESTYLE RELEASING film preview screening.

PLEASE RSVP your request for seats only to Phyllis Bishop,, who will be at the check in desk.

Screening Date: Monday, June 30, 2008

6 p.m. Screening with a 15 minute Q&A afterwards with director Randall Miller and producer/writer Jody Savin. Cast members have been invited to attend this screening and participate in the Q & A.

Bottleshock runs 103 min. and the Q & A 15 min.

It is important that you stay for this Q & A if you attend this 6 p.m. screening.

8:45 p.m. – Screening Only

Location of both screenings:
Cinema 1 Cinema
Third Avenue at 60th Street (Behind Bloomingdales)
There will be one line outside for each screening and please join this line of invited guests one hour or at latest half hour prior to each screening.

BOTTLESHOCK stars: Alan Rickman, Chris Pine, Bill Pullman, Rachael Taylor, Freddy Rodríguez, Bradley Whitford, Eliza Dushku, Dennis Farina and Miguel Sandoval.
Directed by Randall Miller.
Written by Jody Savin & Randall Miller and Ross Schwartz from a story by Ross Schwartz & Lanette Pabon and Jody Savin & Randall Miller
Produced by Jody Savin, Randall Miller, J Todd Harris, Brenda Lhormer, Marc Lhormer and Marc Toberoff.
The running time is103 mins/ Q & A runs 15 mins.
MPAA rated PG-13 for brief strong language, some sexual content and a scene of drug use
Release information BOTTLE SHOCK will be released by FREESTYLE RELEASING in select US cities on 6 August 2008

Synopsis: In 1976 a small American winery sent the wine industry into a tizzy by besting the exalted French wines in a blind tasting and put California wines on the map. Jim Barrett sacrificed everything to realize his dream of creating the perfect hand-crafted Chardonnay. Meanwhile in Paris, British expatriate Steven Spurrier had a little idea; a publicity stunt to have a blind tasting between French's finest wine and California's. Little did Steven and Jim realize that they were both on course to change the history of wine forever.

Organizer Phyllis Bishop


Mon, June 30, 2008
3:45 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
(GMT-0400) US/Eastern


Cinema 1 Cinema
Third Avenue at 60th Street (Behind Bloomingdales)
New York, NY