Press Release


Oct. 02, 2012

Carnival of Darkness Horror/Sci-Fi Short Film Festival 3 creator to attend Status LA Magazine’s Breast Cancer benefit

Festival Director Alex Bram joins “Good Job, Thanks!” Comedy TV web series
Creator  Ryan Glasgow, Actress Stephanie Jones and others on the red carpet.

            Los Angeles, CASTATUS LA Magazine kicks off Breast Cancer Awareness Month (October) at Station Hollywood, the outdoor lounge at W Hollywood Hotel this Wednesday, Oct. 3rd. "STATUS Magazine is like GQ meets Maximum,” explained Timothy Woodward Jr. “It's a national field for a local market. In LA we have 25,000 printed copies of the magazine in coffee shops, night clubs."

Woodward Jr. also signed a deal with Press Reader which puts STATUS LA Magazine in 13 million. Press Reader has 2,100 full content newspapers and magazines Online. It is the only application that lets you download, disconnect and read the world's most popular full-content newspapers on your favorite Android operated device, BlackBerry, iPad, iPhone or smartphone.

The red carpet event features, nightly DJ’s, full bar menu, an intimate lounge seating, fire pits and outdoor bar to cater the schedule “Fall Ball.”

Carnival of Darkness Horror/Sci-Fi Short Film Festival 3 Film Festival Director, Alex Bram, TV Comedy web series Creator Ryan Glasgow, “Good Job, Thanks!” and its star Actress Stephanie Jones will join other celebs on the red carpet benefiting Bright Pink.

STATUS LA Magazine plans to display its magazine on a large wall movie screen at the W Hotel, and has a three page Halloween issue spread on Carnival of Darkness Film Festival 3.

Bright Pink is a national nonprofit organization which provides education and support to young women, who are at a high risk for breast and ovarian cancer. For more about Bright Pink visit: (

Other Hollywood celebrities expected to attend include: Jeremy London (Malrats, Party of Five), Ryan Cabrera, Antwon Tanner (Coach Carter, One Tree Hill), Timothy Woodward Jr. (Hollywood East, HULU) several cast members from the much anticipated Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn Part II, singer songwriter Legree Graham, Guest of Honor, and Cancer Survivor Maria Bonvicini and others who support a foundation, which educates and gives hope to women around the country.

Complimentary champagne toast & beverage tickets for VIP guests.  7:30pm Media check-in, 8:00pm Red Carpet.

About Carnival of Darkness:  This October 24th, filmmaker Alex Bram proudly presents Carnival of Darkness 3, a showcase of the very best horror and sci-fi shorts from filmmakers across the world. This 3rd annual gathering of genre enthusiasts and industry professionals will be more than just a screening of films; it’s the best horror party in town. For more about the Carnival of Darkness Horror/Sci-Fi Short Film Festival 3, the star line-up and top short Official Film Selections set for Oct. 24, 2012,  at the LA Film School, visit: For Tickets: 

STATUS LA Magazine is a publication that focuses on the issues, topics and people of young Hollywood.

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