Short Films #2 - A journey through advertising

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Theatre Raymond Kabbaz Presents Short Film Series Part 2

A Journey Through Advertising An Exploration of Film, TV & Internet Ads From France & Beyond

Theatre Raymond Kabbaz (TRK) presents A Journey Through Advertising, the second installment of TRK’s short film series, a presentation of thought-provoking, stylish and humorous ads from France and beyond.
The presentation features a selection of advertisements, in French, English and Spanish (with subtitles in English as needed), including shockvertisements, prevention ads, advertisements related to the environment, spots on junk consumption, as well as ads which fuel the obsession for a perfect body.

Journey Through Advertising–
Journey Through Advertising is a selection of old and new advertisements, in French, English and Spanish (with subtitles in English as needed), presented in two parts. Material is sourced from the cinema, television, and the internet. The first part of the program focuses on ads related to the environment, cigarettes, junk food, driving safety, alcohol, and cheese (which will be served with wine at intermission). After the intermission, the second part of the presentation features spots related to nutrition, health, HIV/condoms, and French luxury goods. Themes explored include shockvertising, prevention, censorship, and body image.

Theatre Raymond Kabbaz–
Theatre Raymond Kabbaz is a non-profit institution dedicated to the promotion of art and culture in the West Los Angeles area. This 220-seat theatre welcomes multidisciplinary and multicultural shows. TRK’s mission is to be an open window on French and international cultures, as well as to inspire and sustain a lifelong appreciation for the arts.

Adult tickets cost $15, with student tickets $10.

This event is made possible by La Maison de la Pub and the Film and TV Office of the Consulate General of France in Los Angeles.

Complimentary Wine and Cheese at the Intermission.

Not suitable for children under 12.


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