The Patrick O'Brien Foundation Presents
The 2nd Annual POBF ALS Awareness Fundraiser & The DVD Release Party for: “Everything Will Be Okay or How I Learned to Transcend Form, Live in the Now and Make Love in my Electric Wheelchair”

Aug. 13th, 2007 New York City

A very special night for a very special cause. Help save Patrick and cure ALS. Join us for a night of cinema, music, drinks, and food in New York's Lower East Side. Choose from one of two screenings of hilarious short films and heartwarming excerpts from the new DVD "Everything Will Be Okay". After the screening, take a leisurely stroll around the corner to the White Rabbit where you can enjoy an open bar and food and hear the greatest DJ music known to mankind, all while helping to raise awareness for this incurable illness.

Screening at Anthology Film Archives 6:30pm and 7:30pm
32 2nd Avenue (at Second Street)
***due to limited seating tickets must be purchased in  advance***
Party to follow at the White Rabbit beginning at 7:30pm
145 Houston Street (Between Forsyth & Eldridge)

Your ticket includes:

* Open bar and food 7:30pm-9:30pm donated by White Rabbit
* Admission to Anthology Film Archives DVD Premiere   
* Music by DJ Timajick & Surprise guest
* Copy of "Everything Will Be Okay" DVD

To buy tickets please select your donation amount below:

6:30pm Screening

7:30pm Screening

Ticket sales available at the door, $50 suggested donation.

Ticket sales available at the door, $50 suggested donation.

To buy tickets by mail please send a check or money order to:
Patrick O'Brien Foundation
P.O. Box 436
Reisterstown, MD 21136
(please indicate preference for 6:30 or 7:30 screening time)
The Patrick O'Brien  Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.  All but $10 of your donation amount is tax-deductible.


DVD Title: "Everything Will Be Okay or How I Learned to Transcend Form, Live in the Now and Make Love in my Electric Wheelchair"

Running Time: 70 min.

ALL proceeds go toward the completion of Patrick's final movie.

What's this DVD all about, anyways? Welp, here's a breakdown…

Underground Filmmaker Patrick Sean O'Brien was looking for a story about the disabled, until a disability found him. O'Brien, seen by millions worldwide on TV and the internet, is known for his darkly humorous, controversial and sometimes disturbing films, animations and photographs. Now, for the first time on DVD, follow "The Notorious POB" on an odyssey from the short films that brought him so much notoriety, to the humbling search for truth in excerpts from his first feature length film.



Photograph by Timothy Saccenti, www.timothysaccenti.com

$20, Inside the US:

$25, Outside the US: