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Kid Flicks will be featured on Giada at Home on the Food Network Saturday, April 13 (8:30 a.m. PT; 11:30 a.m. ET and Monday, April 15 noon PT; 3:00 ET). In this special show, entitled Ladies Empowerment Lunch, Giada de Laurentis honors three women who are doing amazing things for others by hosting a luncheon for them. Be inspired and pick up great recipes! The menu features pan-fried salmon with green Goddess Tzatziki, Quinoa Salad with roasted eggplant and apples, and iced tea with berries, melon and mint!
Where do YOU want our next Movie Library to go???
Kid Flicks is compiling the list of upcoming Children’s Hospitals and Pediatric Departments to send DVDs to, and we want to give our supporters the opportunity to tell us where they want the DVDs to go first for the upcoming holiday season! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of a Children’s Hospital, and if we haven’t sent to the hospital in the past we will add it to the top of our list!!!
After receiving the More Than Words award and $15,000 for our charity, Harlequin published an eBook inspired by Kid Flicks. Click here to read Maxwell’s Smile.
We all have the power to effect change–we just need to find the strength to harness it. With every good deed done, and helping hand offered, we are making the world a better place. The dedicated women selected as this year’s recipients of Harlequin’s More Than Words award have changed many lives for the better, through their compassionate hearts and unshakable commitment. To celebrate their accomplishments, bestselling authors have written stories inspired by these real-life heroines.
In this book, Michele Hauf honors the work of the Barta sisters–Berni, Romi, Lexi and Marni Barta–and the not-for-profit organization that they founded, Kid Flicks.
We hope More Than Words inspires you look inside your heart and to get in touch with the heroine inside of you.
Marni is a finalist for the Big Ten Live BTN Scholarship for Outstanding Service!
Click here to read The Daily Northwestern’s article about Marni and the four other Northwestern University finalists.
The objective of the festival is to honor excellence in student filmmaking, and it is open to all California high‐school students in grades 9 through 12. The theater was filled for this year’s show, which opened with a conversation between Oscar-nominated directors Kathryn Bigelow and Jason Reitman ’95 (a few weeks after Bigelow had won an Oscar for her work on the film The Hurt Locker).
This year’s festival directors decided to incorporate philanthropy into the evening. Attendees were asked to bring used or new DVDs appropriate for children and donate them to Kid Flicks