Outdoor Screening of 'Love Sees No Color' in Los Angeles, California

Cher Presents Love Sees No Color on an Open Air Inflatable Screen in Los Angeles, California

LOS ANGELES, CA, NOVEMBER 12, 2007 - Cher, the Oscar, Emmy and Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter, actor, author and humanitarian, and the Cher Charitable Foundation held the inaugural west coast benefit of the Foundation on Wednesday, November 28, at 2000 Constellation Avenue, outdoors in the plaza area, between Avenue of the Stars and Century Park East in Century City. The event will include a V.I.P. reception from 6:00-7:00 pm, followed by an elegant dinner and the premiere of the short film Love Sees No Color.

Outdoor Screening of Love Sees No Color is an ambitious 12-minute film starring songwriter, recording artist and international peace activist Nassiri. The music in the film is sung by thousands of children in 15 languages in 18 countries, and was filmed by 18 of the world's most talented directors and producers. The premiere of ‘Love Sees No Color' was a joyous occasion to celebrate the mission of achieving world peace, said Cher. As the film shows, music can play a vital role in spreading a message of peace, love and unity. The film was shown outdoors on a portable screen and projection system provided by Open Air Cinema.

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