In each of its first three seasons, “Weeds” debuted in August and ran into the fall. The earlier premiere date will let the show air nearly its entire season in the somewhat less competitive summer environment, though airing in the teeth of the fall schedule didn’t hurt the series last year. Showtime doesn’t typically reveal its ratings numbers, but in renewing the show the network noted the audience for “Weeds” grew by 19 percent over season two.
The new season, which is scheduled to begin production in April, will rejoin Nancy Botwin (Mary-Louise Parker) as she adjusts to life following the wildfires that burned her home and much of the suburb of Agrestic to the ground. Fourth Season is to be released on June 16. 😉
I added two beautiful Weeds promos from Third Season.
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Weeds Promos – Third Season
Finally new Elizabeth pics around, how extremely happy I am because of that. :heart: Three days ago, Elizabeth attended The Women’s Guild Honors Donna Karan, iconic designer and Woman of the 21st Century at the annual luncheon of the Women’s Guild of Cedars-Sinai in Beverly Hills. As an extra note according to InStyle, Elizabeth described the atmosphere as “very Zen. Below the pictures I added today from that public event. Enjoy!! 🙂
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The Women’s Guild Honors Donna Karan
The third festival opens on Thursday, March 27, and runs through Sunday, March 30. In two short years, the event has grown well beyond founders Frank and Patrice Galterio’s wildest expectations.
The Galterios began with a dream: to have a venue where filmmakers, especially young people just starting out, could show their films. The festival’s mission statement says, “The Kent Film Festival is a non-profit organization dedicated to the development and education of artists with an independent vision. The festival’s mission is to create a platform for filmmakers to reach the best possible audience for their work.”
The first festival ran two days and showed a total of the 35 films at the Kent Community House during the last weekend in March 2006. The festival offered workshops by Emmy award-winning screenwriter Bing Bingham and award-winning director Rick Levine. Last year the festival expanded to four days, added more workshops, including one with award-winning cinematographer Julio Macat and one with actress Elizabeth Perkins [Mr. Macat’s wife and daughter of Jim and Judy Perkins of Kent].
This year there are more than 35 feature length films as well numerous shorts and documentaries. More workshops are planned, including another featuring Mr. Macat.
Read more here or visit www.kentfilmfestival.org!
Below some pictures I found of Elizabeth from last year at Kent Film Festival 2007.