6000 Santa Monica Boulevard at Gower
Hollywood, California

"mixing comedy, satire, and romance is an amazingly courageous journey for a filmmaker to embark upon. Rick Stevenson has an obvious love and respect for his characters and his compassion infuses every scene in the film" - Stephen Simon Spiritual Cinema Circle

"Expiration Date" Kicks Off L.A. Theatrical Release With Unique Outdoor Screening at Historical Hollywood Forever Cemetery Thursday Night, September 14th. 2006

WINNER - Audience Award - Sedona Film Festival
WINNER - Audience Award and
Grand Jury Prize - Omaha Film Festival
WINNER - Method Fest
WINNER - Spiritual Cinema Festival-at-Sea
SPECIAL RECOGNITION - Stony Brook Film Festival
OFFICIAL SELECTION - Palm Springs International Film Festival
OFFICIAL SELECTION - Seattle Film Festival
OFFICIAL SELECTION - Montreal World Festival

Seattle-based independent filmmaker Rick Stevenson's poignant and offbeat romantic comedy about life, death, love...and milk, opens in Los Angeles September 15th. at the Landmark Theater Westside Pavilion.

The prior evening-- Thursday, September 14 -- the film will be screened for the public on the grounds of the historic Hollywood Forever Cemetery located at 6000 Santa Monica Boulevard.
The screening begins at 7:30 pm and tickets are $10 per person. Tickets may be purchased online at

The screening will be followed by a meet-and-greet with the filmmaker and members of the cast, as well as a special performance of Native American hoop dances by one of the film's teenaged co-stars, five-time World Hoop Dance Champion Nakotah LaRance.

"Expiration Date" tells the story of Charlie Silvercloud III, whose father and grandfather unexpectedly and tragically `expired' on their 25th birthdays both times at the hands of (tires) runaway milk trucks. Charlie is fast approaching his own 25th and, convinced that his family is cursed believes that nothing will protect him from a similar fate. Charlie is terrified, but has accepted he's going to die, but then he meets the girl, (Bessie Smith) who teaches him how to live even in the face of death. It is her take on dying, and his refusal to try living, that binds the two together...at first. But when Charlie discovers Bessie’s hidden truth and she discovers his hidden agenda, things begin to get out of hand...

About Hollywood Forever Cemetery:
The cemetery of choice for the founders of Hollywood's great studios, as well as writers, directors and performers, Hollywood Forever Cemetery is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Each year, visitors from all over the world pay their respects to Cecil B. DeMille,Jayne Mansfield, Rudolph Valentino, Hattie McDaniel, Douglas Fairbanks, and hundreds more of Hollywood's greatest stars.

About "Expiration Date":

Written and Directed by Rick Stevenson, "Expiration Date" stars Robert A.Guthrie as Charlie Silver Cloud III, Sascha Knopf as Bessie Smith, Dee Wallace as Lucille Silver Cloud, Ben Ratner as Lazar and David Keith as Wild William. Produced by John Forsen and Rick Stevenson. 94 min. 2005. Stereo sound, in English. For further information, go to
The Expiration Date website
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Official Website: http://www.expirationdatethemovie.com

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