Hilary attended ‘The 35 Most Powerful People In Media’ celebrated by The Hollywoood Reporter at Four Seasons Restaurant on April 8 in New York City.
– Events The Hollywoood Reporter Celebrates The 35 Most Powerful People In Media > April 8 2015
When it comes to movie roles, Hilary Swank knows some have a little more impact than others.
But one of the films that made great strides for an entire group was her portrayal of a transgender male in the 1999 film Boys Don’t Cry.
During an appearance on Thursday’s all-new Meredith Vieira Show, Swank was asked about the progress made for the transgender community since the film’s release. As it turns out, the actress believes we as a society still have some work to do.
“I think we have taken strides since that movie, like you said 15 years ago,” she explained to Meredith Vieira. “We have a long way to go.”
Academy Award-winning actress Hilary Swank opens up about her rags to riches Hollywood success story on April 9.
Hilary arrives on the red carpet at the Samsung Galaxy S 6 edge launch in New York City on April 7 in New York City.
– Events Samsung Launches the Galaxy S 6 and Galaxy S 6 edge > April 7 2015
Thanks to lily-james.us I was able replaced MQs with HQs pictures from Geraldo Jewelry Presents “Icons Of The Awards” Benefiting The Art Of Elysium.
– Events Geraldo Jewelry Presents “Icons Of The Awards” Benefiting The Art Of Elysium – February 19 2015
Hilary attended the second-annual White House Student Film Festival in the East Room of the White House in Washington on Friday, March 20 2015.
– Events White House Student Film Festival – March 20 2015
Student filmmakers — and a couple of Oscar winners — are White House-bound today.
Among the pros invited to today’s student film festival to help inspire the very filmmakers who might be their bosses someday (Hollywood’s brutal that way) include actress Hilary Swank, “12 Years a Slave” director Steve McQueen, Joe Morton (best known currently for his role as Bad Daddy Pope on ABC’s “Scandal“), actor and former White House adviser Kal Penn, actor Terrence J, Amber Riley of “Glee,” and Michael Ealy from the “Barbershop” franchise and “Think Like a Man Too.”
President Obama is screening 15 short films made by aspiring young filmmakers chosen from 1,500 entries, and announcing a youth initiative from the American Film Institute and the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. The film biz vets will be offering advice and mentoring — and, maybe if they’re smart, watching their backs.
The ASPCA Bergh Ball 2015 is quickly approaching. This year honoring Hilary Swank and Edie Falco. Please join us April 9th at the Plaza Hotel in New York City. You can purchase an associate ticket in advance for $ 400.00. Joining the Associate Benefit Committee gives you the opportunity to be listed on the invitation. Tables are available upon request.
Contact Katie.Landow@aspca.org or call 2128767700 ext. 4732