Los Angeles – Dec 17 2018

EuroCircle Los Angeles Holiday Drinks at Freehand’s Broken Shaker Rooftop Bar

How about joining the EuroCircke crowd for last minute holiday drinks ar Freehand’s Broken Shaker next week?

Enter lobby and make a left to elevator and take floor to “Level R” to “Broken Shaker” Rooftop Bar
Join us for beautiful sweeping city views of downtown Los Angeles on Dec 17 at 7pm.
A nice outdoor evening of mingling and connecting with fabulous drinks and music.

Valet Parking is available and the 7th Street Metro station is just a few blocks away.

Los Angeles – Apr 29 2018

 A TOUCH OF DUTCH AT THE SHORELINE AQUATIC PARK IN LONG BEACH

Experience Dutch King’s Day 2018

the closest you will get to Amsterdam!

Los Angeles – Dutch King’s Day is a national holiday in the Netherlands and is observed by the Dutch around the globe. The largest King’s Day Party in the world happens in Amsterdam! The largest Orange Party in Southern California happens in Los Angeles!

Thousands of people come to celebrate the birthday of King Willem Alexander to enjoy the orange craze and hospitality at the Dutch King’s Day.

The event features an Amsterdam street party, live entertainment on stage, Dutch food vendors, fun attractions for kids and adults: games, arts & crafts, flea-market, photo stations, Heineken beer garden and DJ’s Dance Party.

EuroCircle San Francisco leader is the Dutch DJ Marc van Brabant – go to see them and enjoy the wonderful Dutch hospitality. As one of the visitors commented: “It’s about a sense of belonging and forming friendships. For one day, everybody feels the same. Bright orange and uninhibited!”

The event gains more local, out of town and even out of state visibility each year and has transformed into an annual gathering of Dutch culture and hospitality with a myriad of observers, revelers all decked out in phenomenal orange attire.

More information on our website: http://www.dutchkingsday.com

Susanna DG – Doing Good Productions and Life Coach in Los Angeles

Susanna Karoliina Goltche, neé Nieminen, knew she wanted to help people as a teenager. She decided she wanted to see the world when she was studying social sciences. She came to the United States as a student. and promptly fell in love with an American businessman and had a child. After her marriage ended she found herself  in a turning point in her life. She returned to her original idea of helping people. She became a life coach.

When she she still lived in Finland upon completing an internship at a Finnish Government Foster Care Institution and at Finnish Kindergarten and day care center, Susanna continued on to receive a certificate from Paimion Institute of Youth Leadership Studies (Paimion Kansan-Opisto) becoming a youth leadership counselor.  She went on to complete her internship working with handicapped and mentally disabled children.

When her schooling at the Finnish college was complete, Susanna relocated as an international student located at a U.S. college.  She continued her studies in sociology and psychology. However, Susanne’s creative mind and interest in entertainment lead her to film – she went on graduating (Film and Television production certificate Field Of Study Cinematography and Film/Video Production) from LACC film school.

After gaining experience in the entertainment industry working as part of E! Entertainment Television and Dr. Phil Show, Susanna took some time off to raise her daughter. After her divorce she trained at the Coaching Training Institute (CTI) in Los Angeles and received her certificate in life coaching, from the International Coaching Federation (ICF).

Life coaches concentrate on the present and the future,” Susanna explains.  She doesn’t see clients who have mental issues – those clients are sent to a psychologist or a psychiatrist. Life coaching is for otherwise healthy individuals, who need help in their working or private life.  A life coach is like a friend who listens and lends a helping hand.

Fearless (skydiving), direct, focused, intuitive and goal oriented, Susanna appreciates and welcomes coaching clients who are also committed to true inner growth, transformation and fulfillment.  She cares deeply about each and every client, wanting them to find inner passion, purpose, and to empower them to find the true feminine power within in order to step into their full potential and realize their greatness.

I asked what does she like to do most – coaching or entertainment?  She said she likes both –  she just like WORKING no matter what she is doing. She is one of those people who is good at multiple different areas and interested in multiple topics. My boyfriend is like that – he is super creative and genius with numbers.

If you would like to hire Susanna for entertainment or any job please connect with her directly. All her information is below.

CONNECT WITH SUSANNA:

Susanna at LinkedIn
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Susanna DG – Doing Good Productions
Email Susanna here

Los Angeles – Aug 30 3017

VIP Invitation – Wine & Cheese Served

Join Tanya Stawski at this lovely private residence for a glass of wine and cheese while you can check the house that is an ultimate expression of French architecture.
It is majestically situated at one of the highest corner points of Cheviot Hills with awe-inspiring views of a grand golf course & aerial serenity of Century City.
Recently featured in LA Times Hot Properties as a “Whimsical storybook style” was originally built in 1938 for celebrity Zasu Pitts & later sold to French actress Jacqueline Boyer.
The house if offered for sale at $3,465,000.

This house is one of a kind. More info at www.2653patricia.com

RSVP REQUIRED for admission – to RSVP please email Tanya by Aug 29th

Los Angeles – Jun 15 2017

BERTRAND TAVERNIER AND FRENCH NOIR
Director Bertrand Tavernier In Person!

JOURNEY THROUGH FRENCH CINEMA
Introduction by director Bertrand Tavernier.
Aero Theatre • Thu, Jun 15, 2017 • 7:30pm

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West Coast Premiere!
JOURNEY THROUGH FRENCH CINEMA
VOYAGE A TRAVERS DU CINÉMA FRANÇAIS
2016, Cohen Film, 190 min, France, Dir: Bertrand Tavernier
Described by director Bertrand Tavernier as “an expression of gratitude to all those filmmakers, screenwriters, actors and musicians who have erupted into my life,” this documentary is manna from heaven to fans of French film. Spanning nearly half a century of the country’s cinematic history, the clips and reminiscences here showcase the work of luminaries including Jacques Becker, Marcel Carné and Jean Renoir as well as unjustly neglected talents.
TRAILER
In French, German and English with English subtitles. DCP

Los Angeles – Jun 01 2017

I’ve found a place in Santa Monica that does Salsa Lessons. So, this Thursday, June 1st, 2017, make sure you put on your dancing shoes and come join me at Wokcano, Santa Monica.

ENTRY – $8
I wouldn’t call this a traditional networking event where you’ll only be looking for Eurocircle friends, rather an event for you to meet new people and dance.
Salsa lessons and happy hour.
The first two hours of the night are for beginner to intermediate lessons. Then it is an open dance floor to dance the night away!

SUGGESTION: GET THERE AT 8 pm SHARP TO ENJOY THE 2 HOUR LESSONS.

THEY HAVE A FULL BAR FOR YOU TO ENJOY DRINKS, IN CASE YOU DON’T FANCY DANCING.

THIS VENUE HAS A $8 COVER CHARGE.

See you all there,

Cheers,
Sonny

Los Angeles – May 13 2017

LATE NOTICE: NOT TO BE MISSED! DESTINATION LUXURY PACIFIC POLO TOUR CHARITY EVENT THIS SAT
Hello Eurocirclers, Apologies for the late notice, but my friends at Destination Luxury, have put together their yearly Charity Polo Event tomorrow, Saturday, May 13th between 12pm – 5pm at the Will Rogers State Park.

HOLLYWOOD CUP III
Tickets include food, refreshments, wine, entertainment and more during this amazing experience.

They’re also providing a $500 virtual gift bag.
Purchase tickets here: PURCHASE TICKETS

Part of the proceeds will benefit Big Brothers and Sisters.

Pacific Polo Tour is committed to continuing the growth of professional polo in Los Angeles with all the prestige, glamour and excitement of this amazing sport. After the success of the first and second Hollywood Cup on 2016, we are pleased to announce a new series of acclaimed high-class polo events.

THE EVENT

Pacific Polo Tour invites you to be a part of their finest and most invigorating new event, the Hollywood Cup III. On May 13th, 2017 old friends and new polo admirers will come together to indulge in the breathtaking sensation of a highly competitive and professional polo match. Guests will set eyes on the excitement while savouring delicious dishes presented by Los Agaves Mexican-styled restaurant, accompanied by Lapostolle cocktails featuring their new mystical Kappa Pisco. Setting the atmosphere will be trendy and elegant décor, a live DJ, and of course the intensity dispersing from our competitive polo players.

Come celebrate the Sport of Kings with colourful polo-chic attire, including sundresses and hats for women, and smart casual for men.

Part of the proceeds will benefit CATHOLIC BIG BROTHER BIG SISTERS
For more information please visit us at www.pacificpolotour.com
INFO: info@pacificpolotour.com

DLX team at: Sales@destinationluxury.com

HOLLYWOOD CUP III
Tickets include food, refreshments, wine, entertainment and more during this amazing experience.

They’re also providing a $500 virtual gift bag.
Purchase tickets here: PURCHASE TICKETS

Los Angeles – Mar 25 2017

SEEfest Presents: Animation of South East Europe @ ELAC, East Los Angeles College. FREE.
MARCH 25 @ 11:30 AM – 3:30 PM
www.seefilmla.org

1:00 PM Screening of Short Animated Films from Southeast European countries:
The Blood, Bulgaria, 2012, 6 minutes

Choban, Croatia, 2014, 18 minutes
The Day of the Bleeding Gums, Bulgaria, 2014, 5 minutes
Dinner for Few, Greece/US, 2014, 10 minutes
Elmando, Romania/Italy, 2014, 4 minutes
Koyaa – Flower, Slovenia, 2013, 4 minutes
The Mediterranean, Turkey, 2014, 3 minutes
Mother Beast, Hungary/Spain, 2013, 7 minutes
Rabbitland, Serbia, 2013, 7 minutes
The Vast Landscape, Croatia, 2014, 11 minutes
Vis Dubium, Serbia, 2014, 7 minutes
SUROGAT, 1961, Yugoslavia, 10 minutes, Oscar winner
FLUTTER, USA/Bulgaria, 2017, 10 minutes

2:05 PM Panel discussion and Q & A. Mike Libonati, an animator and visual artist that runs ELAC’s animation department and panel moderator introduces the other panel members: Italian/American animator Cinzia Angelini, Animation Industry pioneer and expert Sarah Baisley, Editor in Chief of Animation Magazine Tom McLean, Vladimir Todorov, Bulgarian/American concept artist, illustrator and animator that has worked on projects such as An American Tail 2, Fivel Goes West, We’re Back, & Balto and Nouredin Zarrinkelk, Iranian/American animation director, writer, book illustrator and ex-President of ASIFA International.
2:30 PM An update to the Making of Mila: Creating a Quality Animated Film via the World Wide Web, A presentation by Cinzia Angelini.
3:00 PM Tribute to a Legend: Life achievement Award ceremony for legendary Noureedin Zarrinkelk.
This section starts with screening of “KELK E ZARRIN” (Golden Brush) which give a brief biography reviewing all Mr. Zarinkelk work – Screening of animated film Bani Adam (Excellencies) – Then presenting the award and Q&A.
3:30 PM: Closing remarks Announcing Latin American Animation Day on 2018

Article on Cinema Without Borders

To attend please RSVP to: rsvpanim@gmail.com

+ GOOGLE CALENDAR+ ICAL EXPORT

FREE event. RSVP: rsvpanim@gmail.com or call 310-422-4629.

Did you see the announcement last week?
Limited 8-Day Festival passes are now available for sale.
We are pleased to announce you can get the Festival Full-Access pass for 8 days of screenings, panels, The Business of Film Conference, events and networking without worrying about getting a seat.
Because of space limitations in most of our theatres, only 46 Festival passes are available. Tickets for individual screenings will be available in the coming weeks.
Get your Festival pass today, before they sell out. Limited to 2 passes.

NOTE: SEEfest Cine-Fan Members get a 20% discount on Festival Passes and tickets.
http://seefilmla.org/become-a-member/

Los Angeles – Feb 21 2017

Hi Eurocirclers,
With pressures of work and family, both Tanya and I have been busy and weren’t able to organise an event for all you guys. We are back now and organised an event for next Tuesday at The Phoenix.
I know it may be short notice for some of you, but I feel like it’s a Tuesday, February 21st, 2017, which usually is a quite night for many.
The Phoenix LA offers the finest whiskies, cognacs, bourbon & scotch in the city, artful cocktails, craft beers on tap and a small, flavorful food menu. Check them out at http://www.thephoenixla.com/los-angelesWe have been given a spot at the back of the bar, both indoor and outdoor, so there will be plenty of room for you to mingle and talk.Please help us spread the word for this event. See you all there then.

Regards,

Sonny Sarna and Tanya Stawski Shamtoub

Los Angeles – Jan 26 2017

NOTE: This event is NOT organized by EuroCircle. However, we would love our members to take advantage of cultural European events like this as a group. Just planning how do you find each other there. Eila is planning to be there. You need to get your ticket via eventbrite (below) but to find each other please RSVP also at EuroCircle.com

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Join The French at Bergamot Station for a 7-hour marathon of debates, live performances, readings, art installations, screenings and music.
Featuring leading thinkers and artists from around the world, this thought-provoking platform will explore the notion of UTOPIA(S), past, present and future from across the fields of knowledge. There will be food, drinks & music! (dance, music, film screenings…).

This event will take place in 40 cities simultaneously around the theme “A World in Common”. Be part of the movement!
[FREE EVENT/ ALL SESSIONS IN ENGLISH]

Speakers

Achille Mbembe, Philosophie & sciences politiques, Camerounais
Yuval Sharon, Musique et opéra, Américain
Laure Murat, Histoire, Française
Bruce Bégout, Philosophie, Français
Christopher Hawtorne, Architecture, Américain
Henry Jenkins, Nouveaux médias, Américain
Andrew Berardini, Arts visuels (critique), Américain
Kenneth Reinhard, Littérature, Américain
Michaël Roukes, Physique et nanosciences, Américain
Sandra Laugier, Philosophie, Française
Céline Spector, Philosophie politique, Française

The event will take place in a key institution of the city: Bergamot Station, a consortium of 32 art galleries which will allow audiences to freely move between the debate sessions and the artistic performances. The event will bring together French and American thinkers from universities, research institutions and civil society, showing the impressive intellectual dynamism of the city as well as the depth of the Franco-American dialogue in Southern Calif

Join Institut Français at Bergamot Station Arts Center for a 7-hour marathon of debates, live performances, readings, art installations, screenings and music.

This event is coordinated worldwide by the Institut Français and will take place in 40 cities simultaneously around the theme “A World in Common”. Be part of the movement!

The Night of Ideas
by Cultural Services of the Consulate of France in Los Angeles

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