Dear San Francisco Bay Area Community,
Thanks to generous gifts from supporters who have just underwritten the entire cost of the October 17th Castro Theatre event, we are excited to be able to pay their generosity forward and make the event available at no cost to the rest of the community! In turn, we are suggesting a donation* of $12 that will go directly to fund similar screenings at no cost in cities across the globe. No one will be turned away .... until we reach capacity so please RSVP in advance to assure your seat.
*If you have already purchased a ticket and want to be refunded, please contact Seema at email@example.com. Otherwise, your full payment will be directly donated to our global effort to "pay happiness forward".
Join Project Happiness at the Castro Theatre for a red carpet costume party and a special screening of our award winning film, which features interviews with George Lucas, Richard Gere, and the Dalai Lama. Q&A with producer and book signing will follow.
All proceeds go to Project Happiness 501(c)3 to ignite self-acceptance, end bullying and teach kids the skills to get happy…
Thursday, October 17th, doors open at 7pm.
MORE ABOUT THE FILM Happiness is a universal quest. But what does it really mean? In this award-winning documentary, youth from three continents interview George Lucas, Richard Gere and neuroscientist Richard Davidson on the nature of lasting happiness. Then, they travel to India for an unforgettable private audience with the XIV Dalai Lama. Through their eyes, gain a new perspective on how to expand happiness and live a meaningful life. Authentic happiness is not only possible - it's closer than you think.
View the trailer
Project Happiness provides youth in all 50 states and 77 countries with the skills for emotional resilience, self-acceptance, and with tools to help deal with the epidemic rise in stress, depression and bullying. Project Happiness works with teachers to empower youth to be happy from the inside, and it works! Happiness is contagious – join the movement to increase empathy, make a difference for kids, and inspire change!
Dress: "Self-Expression is the new black". Best costume wins a prize!