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best. signing. event. ever.

For you LA types, get yourselves out to one of these:

The American Cinematheque presents the "Celebrating the Teen in Us All" on Tuesday, April 5th at the Egyptian Theatre and Sunday, April 10th at the Aero Theatre. Join us for a booksigning of the new teen novel, Boy Proof (Candlewick Press) with local young adult fiction novelist and Cinematheque staffer Cecil Castellucci, followed by a screening of the original BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER feature.

Boy Proof is the story of Egg, (aka Victoria) who hides behind the sci-fi disguise of the heroine of her favorite movie Terminal Earth. Egg is far too busy for friends -- she's taking photos for the school paper, meeting with the Science Fiction and Fantasy Club, and hanging out at the "creature shop" with her special effects make-up wizard dad. But then a boy named Max arrives at school, a boy who's smart and funny and creative and cool . . . and happens to like Egg. The story is set in Los Angeles, and among other locations Egg frequents, is the American Cinematheque, where she volunteers!

Screenings are at the Lloyd E. Rigler Theatre at the historic 1922 Egyptian (6712 Hollywood Boulevard between Highland and Las Palmas) in Hollywood and at the Max Palevsky Theatre at the Aero Theatre located at 1328 Montana Avenue in Santa Monica.

Related: my thoughts on Boy Proof

Unrelated: George seems to be doing better. Yes, he does!


  • At 11:59 AM , Blogger Chris McLaren said...

    Glad to hear about George feeling better.

  • At 2:22 PM , Blogger CAAF said...

    oh good! I was just thinking of y'all, and of George, and came by to see if there was any update. So glad to hear the meds appears to be working. xoxo


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