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Come one, come all to our annual extravaganza! With top-notch performers, reasonably priced beer and an enthusiastic crowd, it’s sure to be a good time. **What is Flicks 4 Change?**
We aim to inspire change by increasing the audience for films about social issues.
Never before have so many people been consciously involved in the conversation about conservation, clean futures, human equality and many other social issues facing humanity and this fragile spinning ocean planet which we call home.

Flicks4Change is a vehicle for filmmakers to not only find a wider audience through the festival but to engage in discussions with audiences as part of our festival program allowing a furthering of their message directly through key influencers in the homeland of film – Los Angeles, CA.

Our Mission
Flicks4Change is a philanthropic film festival seeking to create meaningful social change through sharing socially conscious films, discussion, and giving back.

An interactive film festival with a social conscience screening captivating films from around the globe that either feature or include a pressing social issue facing mankind today. Our films span all genres and styles of story telling.

Giving Back
Flicks4Change is about more than movies; it’s a vehicle for social change. Not only do we screen films, we give back. In our first year we donated 50% of our profits to charity with the other half covering costs.

Our program is not only screenings but also live discussion sessions after each screenings with the filmmakers, celebrity activists, heads of non-profits, and with you, the audience.

Eric Zuley will be honoring the Co-Founder of Make A Wish Foundation Frank Shankwitz with his 5th Annual eZWay Achievement Award. This award was previously given to the Co-Founder of E! Larry Namer, Founder of Women Of Global Change Shellie Hunt, Music Legend Steve Resnik and now on behalf of eZWay Cares it will be given to a man that changed thousands of children’s lives!

eZWay Invites you to come celebrate this historic occasion!

Event Agenda:

The Flicks4Change Final Program Plan accordingly. The Festival All Access pass is your best bet to catch all of the great films, celebrities and awesome entertainment. A film festival with a social conscience Nov. 12th-14th, DTLA. Tickets available now!

Free unrestricted meter parking on streets and at venue on all nights of the festival. We encourage you to take Ride Shares to the event so that you can enjoy all of the tasty brews at Boomtown Brewery

SUNDAY 12th of November (SOLD OUT)
Red Carpet 5pm-6pm
Clayne Crawford (Lethal Weapon), Alex Russell (S.W.A.T., Chronicle), Marci Miller (Days of Our Lives), Frank Shankwitz (Founder of the Make-A-Wish Foundation).
Tanya – Sex Trafficking 15mins
Running On Empty – Veterans Affairs 34mins
Humanity Please – Human Rights – 3mins
The Talk – Race – 7:30mins
Deceptively Marked – Mental Health – 3mins
Operation Mustang – Veterans Affairs/Animals – 6mins
1.2 Million Children – Sex Trafficking – 2:30mins
Starman – Existential Crisis – 18mins
Vote No On Gay Marriage – LGBTQ – 4mins
Birthday – Veterans Affairs – Disability – 11mins
104 Minutes

MONDAY 13th of November
Red Carpet 6pm-7pm
Dale Dickey (Hell or High Water, Breaking Bad), Lou Ferrigno Jr. (How I Met Your Mother, S.W.A.T., Teen Wolf), Reba Merrill (Celebrity Journalist), Theo Davies (Wish Man),
Pages Great and Grand Escape – Mental Health/ Self-Image 9mins
The Choice – Cancer/Existential Crisis 25:30mins
This Side of Dirt – Cancer/Existential Crisis 6mins
The Obstacle Course – LGBTQ – 2:30mins
Crazy Puddin – Domestic Abuse – 8:20mins
Masculinity in Crisis (Vulnerability) – Male Identity – 2:30mins
#WeMatter – Black Lives Matter – 4:30mins
Tyler Tabor: A Life Lost – Incarceration – 13mins
Hairmageddon – Beauty in Society/Corruption of Power 10mins
ReMoved – Domestic Abuse – 13mins
Equal Justice for All – Race/Incarceration – 5mins
Deighties: Dating in your 80’s – Dating for Seniors – 7:20mins
106 Minutes

TUESDAY 14th of November
Red Carpet 6pm-7pm
Sally Kirkland (JFK, Bruce Almighty),
Jeremy the Dud – Disability – 20mins
California Concentration Camp – Factory Farming – 1:30min
Duffy – PTSD – 8mins
Objector – Freedom of Speech – 16mins
Arrested (Again) – Freedom of Speech – 4mins
Just Go – Disability – 8mins
Get Up – Chivalry and Social Etiquette – 4:30mins
Photovoltaic – Solar Energy and Womens Empowerment in 3rd World – 8mins
The Present – Mental Health/Play – 3mins
Power the Kid – Domestic Abuse – 11:30mins
Andy Goes In – Animal Rights/Factory Farming – 16mins
101 minutes

Flicks 4 Change and many partners have come together to support some amazing causes and help give some likeminded films the awareness they deserve.
There will be
Professional Media Coverage by and some of their affiliates!


There will be a list panelists, food, drink, red carpet and so much more! WE WILL SEE YOU THERE!

->Monday, November 13 IS THE (eZWay) Day
5:00 PM – 11:00 PM
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One response

  1. Hi Eric,

    Got message I am not on a panel, so I will not be attending the event.

    Reatha Grey


    November 12, 2017 at 3:56 pm

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