March 22, 2011

You are Invited: EIE & David Schwimmer Host Private Screening of "Trust"

Millennium Films 
in partnership with Enough Is Enough® 
Invite you to an advanced screening of Trust

   Trust Invitation


We wanted to personally invite those that are local in the DC Metro area to come out to a private advance screening event we are hosting in partnership with Millennium Picture's for the upcoming movie TRUST, directed by David Schwimmer (formerly of NBC's hit show, "Friends").  The screening will be immediately followed by a panel discussion with David Schwimmer, Enough Is Enough® President Donna Rice Hughes, and Internet safety expert Hemanshu Nigam.      

This powerful movie chronicles the story of Annie (Liana Liebrato) as she forms an online relationship with Charlie, whom she believes to be a sixteen-year-old boy, and her parents' (Academy Award® nominees Clive Owen and Catherine Keener) nightmare discovery that their daughter was groomed and victimized by an Internet predator.  

Please note that this film is rated R and includes mature content, brief nudity and course language.
Here is the trailer:    This private screening will be held on Thursday, March 24th at 7pm at the American Film Institute and Cultural Center, 8633 Colesville Road, Silver Spring, Maryland.  

General admission seating will be on a first-come, first-served basis.  Seating is limited, so do arrive early to ensure you will be admitted.   


For the Sake of the Children,

Donna Rice Hughes




Safe and sound in their suburban home, Will and Lynn Cameron used to sleep well at night, trusting their children were protected. Will, in particular, was comforted by the fact that he and Lynn raised three bright children, and that once the doors were locked and the alarm was set, nothing - absolutely nothing - was going to harm his family.  
When his fourteen-year-old daughter, Annie, made a new friend online - a sixteen-year-old boy named Charlie that she met in a volleyball chat room - Will and Lynn didn't think much of it. They discussed his friendship with her, assuming that this is normal with teenagers who connect through the Internet.   


After weeks of communicating online, Annie becomes enraptured by Charlie and finds herself drawn to him more and more.  Slowly she learns he is not who he claims to be, yet Annie remains intrigued by Charlie even as the truth about him is uncovered.  The devastating revelation reverberates through her entire family, setting in motion a chain of events that forever change their lives in ways that no one could have ever predicted.     Directed by David Schwimmer, Trust stars Academy Award®-nominees Clive Owen and Catherine Keener, newcomer Liana Liberato, Jason Clarke, Chris Henry Coffey, Joe Sikora, Spencer Curnutt, with Noah Emmerich and Academy Award®- nominee Viola Davis. The film was written by Andy Bellin and Robert Festinger and produced by Tom Hodges, Ed Cathell III, Dana Golomb, David Schwimmer, Robert Greenhut and Heidi Jo Markel.  The film was executive produced by Avi Lerner, Danny Dimbort, Trevor Short, Boaz Davidson and John Thompson.