Thursday, February 05, 2009

Invitation to Fundraiser for the Film "Final Dance", Screenplay by Vladimir Milman

Poster: "Final Dance" by Frank Caruso

Caruso Visual Productions

Presents a Film by Frank Caruso

Final Dance

It's about artists, immigrants
and lonely souls that just don't fit in.
It's also about love - and dance!

Based on the Award Winning Play
Couldn't We Be
by Vladimir Milman

Jane Milman & Srdjan Nikolic

Original Score: Vezi Tayyeb
Director of Photography: Jason Guerriere
Executive Producer: David J. Woods
Director & Producer: Frank Caruso

I invite my friends and colleagues to attend this Friday night fund-raising wine and cheese party for the feature film by my screenplay. It is being organized by film producer and director Frank Caruso. I'd simply much appreciate it if you come and if you could further spread a word.

Date: Friday, Feb. 6, 2009
Time: 8 p.m.
Location: 2765 Lakeshore Blvd. West, suite 207 (just east of Islington)

Thank you!

Vladimir Milman
The Arts Junction: First Impression: Couldn't We Be, Phoenix Theatre, Toronto
by Anya

1 comment:

olga said...

We've got an Invitation:

Producer / Director Frank Caruso announces the screening of his feature film FINAL DANCE and you are invited !!!

Date: Friday, December 11th, 2009

Doors Open: 9 p.m.

Screening time: 9:30 p.m.

Where: Bloor Cinema (just east of Bathurst, north side)

Q & A following the screening with all cast members present.

After-party: to be announced

There is no official admission fee for this event, but organizers request a $10 donation to

Students Crossing Borders, for their ongoing work with the children of Kingston, Jamaica.

About film FINAL DANCE
(Written, Directed and Produced By F. Caruso)

JULIA, a beautiful, naive nineteen year old dance student encounters VIKKA, a forty year old homeless man at a local restaurant.

Curious, she befriends him and discovers he was once a great stage actor and dancer in Russia before he immigrated to America in search of fame and fortune.

Vikka's dream never materialized, but his love of dance continues and he becomes inspired by the young woman who is clearly falling in love with him.

He falls for Julia too, but he is old enough and cynical enough to know that the nothing good can come of it.

Julia takes Vikka home and, not surprisingly, her parents are horrified!

But his boundless charm and dignified manner eventually wins the parents over.

Final Dance is an ironic and romantic story of unfulfilled love.

This story will resonate with everyone, regardless of age or cultural background.

Please feel free to forward to your email contact list - it's a large theatre !!!

It's a family-friendly movie so it's open to all age groups.