March 30, 2017

Patrycja Siewert-Towns and Kim Kreiss
Patrycja Siewert-Towns and Kim Kreiss
Project Green
Project Green
Project Green Joins The Stars To Support The 22nd Annual Palm Beach Film Festival
-- Project Green 501(c)3 has been selected as one of the charity sponsors for the 22nd Annual Palm Beach International Film Festival (PBIFF) and will join Dr. Oz, Alec Baldwin, Common and other popular VIP's & celebrities attending. --

    WEST PALM BEACH, FL, March 30, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Project Green 501(c)3 has been selected as one of the charity sponsors for the 22nd Annual Palm Beach International Film Festival (PBIFF) and will join Dr. Oz, Alec Baldwin, Common, Russell Simmons and other popular VIP's & celebrities that will be either attending or a part of the festival films. "We could not be more thrilled to be part of this acclaimed festival, said charity co-founder Kim Kreiss, Project Green is all about the kids so inclusion into the PBIFF, made sense in so many ways for us as the arts play such an important role in a child's development."

Project Green 501(c)3 was founded by Kim Kreiss and Patrycja Siewert-Towns to protect green space for future generations by building eco summer camps for underserved kids. "We build awareness for Project Green with events surrounding film festivals nationwide and red carpet ceremonies in Hollywood. Kim Kreiss continued, In the past we have hosted VIPs & celebrity attendees: Alicia Keys, Jennifer Hudson, Naomi Watts, Jesse Eisenberg, Michael Cera, Kristen Bell, Jane Lynch, Joseph Gordon Levitt, Tony Danza, Alfred Molina, Shailene Woodley, Mariel Hemingway, Ben Shimmel, Tim Daly, Mathew McConaughey, Matthew Moon and Natalie Gelman."

During festival week, Project Green and its Southern Florida Youth Ambassadors Kailyn & Keira Brenner along with Founders Kim Kreiss & Patrycja Siewert-Towns can be found onsite April 1 at Keiser University at the Palm Beach International Film Festival's Student Showcase of Films which is the largest statewide film competition and awards show for Florida student filmmakers. The juried competition recognizes outstanding high school and college students by presenting more than $12,000 in scholarships and awards.

The Palm Beach International Film Festival runs March 29 through April 2.

About Project Green 501(c)3
Founded by Kim Kreiss & Patrycja Towns, Project Green 501(c)3 whose mission is "To Protect Green Space For Future Generations" by building education, health & fitness based children's eco-summer camps. Project Green is currently in its 2017 fundraising stage. The annual "Back to Basics" Summer Camps for under-served children and teens focus on building self-esteem and awareness of the environment and encourage healthy lifestyles through nutrition, exercise and by incorporating challenging and fun activities.
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About Palm Beach International Film Festival (PBIFF)
The Palm Beach International Film Festival (PBIFF) celebrates both the history and the future of the film industry with five days of movies from around the globe, including post-screening discussions with filmmakers and cast, special events, parties, networking opportunities, industry panels, and student filmmaking programs. The lineup includes narrative features, documentaries, and short films, many of which are World and U.S. Premieres.
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Project Green Contact:
Kim Kreiss
100 Park Avenue
Ste 1600
New York, NY 10017
Tel : + 1 (0) 770 912 8742

Artist Entertainment Management
Mix Media Entertainment LLC

New York - Los Angeles - Atlanta - Palm Beach

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