THR to Host Live Q&A With Robert Downey Jr., Susan Downey at LA3C, Sr. Film Screening – The Hollywood Reporter

The Hollywood Reporter is set to host a live Q&A with Robert Downey Jr. during LA3C, Penske Media Corporation’s inaugural two-day festival celebrating the culture and creativity of Los Angeles.

“Afternoon with Robert Downey Jr.” Includes a special screening event for senior, Netflix documentary about Robert Downey Sr., followed by a live Q&A with Downey Jr. and his wife/Team Downey producing partner Susan Downey. The event will be held on December 11. LA3C VIP ticket holders receive priority access to RSVP on a first-come, first-served basis.

In addition THRSeveral other PMC brands will host activations at the event, which will take place December 10-11 at the Los Angeles State Historic Park in downtown LA LA3C – which stands for Los Angeles (LA), Capital of Culture and Creativity (3C). — aims to celebrate the city’s diversity and creative communities and connect people through the city’s most influential and inspiring music, food and art.

Hosted by brands including other special activations Deadline, IndieWire, She Media, Vibe And Variety for LA3C VIP, GA+ and GA ticket holders.

DEADLINE Contenders Film: The final round on Dec. 10 showcases films and talent at the forefront of the year’s awards conversation long before award nominations are announced.

IndieWire, ShortsTV and National Geographic Documentary Films Present: A Short Film Showcase, Dec. Taking place on the 9th, it will include a short film screening, Q&A and reception celebrating the year’s best films vying for Oscar nominations.

SHE Media’s Meaningful Marketplace, sponsored by US Bank, set for December 11, LA3C invites attendees to “shop with purpose and discover brands built by diverse founders.” During the festival, attendees are encouraged to support local businesses and treat themselves to some of LA’s best beauty products, accessories, homewares, fashion trends and more.

StyleCaster’s Beauty Brunch, 11 am-1 pm on December 10, will feature glam styling inspired by the LA3C headliners’ most iconic hair and makeup looks.

Variety Music for Screens is happening from November 29 to December 9 to 9 pm. 1, featuring the creators, stars and greenlighters behind entertainment offerings at the intersection of music and visual media, with special guests including Cate Blanchett.

VIBE’s 30th anniversary celebration, taking place on December 10 at 1 p.m., kicks off LA3C. LA’s Leimert Park main sound purveyor, Linafornia, will be mixing his signature beats for 90 minutes on the Hot Import Nights @LA3C stage.

Women’s Daily Wear Hosts an invitation-only fashion dinner celebrating LA-based designers with LA3C.

The Fairchild Media Group X CFDA LA Designer Dinner in conjunction with LA3C takes place on December 9th. Celebrating LA’s fashion, designs and culture, the event will be hosted by Editorial Director James Fallon and Fairchild Media Group President Amanda Smith. , along with CFDA CEO Steven Kolb. This event is by invitation only.

As previously announced, LA3C’s music lineup will include three-time Grammy-winning superstar Megan Thee Stallion and Latin chart-topper Maluma as headliners, with performances by K-pop group Seventeen and rapper Snoop Dogg. Stallion will take the stage on December 10, while Maluma will headline on December 11.

As part of a previously announced partnership with HIN Events LLC, Hot Import Nights Brand, an indoor/outdoor automotive lifestyle event producer, HIN Events will host a second stage featuring Saturday headliner Mustard and Sunday headliner Grammy-nominated producer TokyoMonsta. The full music lineup can be found here.

VIP ticketed events require RSVP as space is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. LA3C VIP ticket holders will receive invitations to RSVP starting November 4th. Tickets are on sale now here

LA3C has made a commitment to “nurture the creative heart of the city and preserve Los Angeles as a capital of creativity and culture for years to come.” To that end, it has partnered with nonprofit arts organizations Heart of Los Angeles, which helps young people overcome barriers through no-cost educational, arts, athletics and wellness programs, and Film Independent, which supports emerging filmmakers and achieves creative freedom in visual storytelling. from underrepresented communities to support the next generation of creative talent in Los Angeles.

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