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From The Hollywood Reporter

Elizabeth Banks, Geena Davis and Mayim Bialik Booked for AT&T Shape Event

AT&T Shape — a technology-meets-entertainment confab scheduled for June 22-23 at Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank — has announced that Elizabeth Banks, Mayim Bialik and Geena Davis are booked for the event. 

In its fourth year, AT&T Shape will explore 5G and the future of entertainment through interactive exhibits and speakers. Banks will be featured on a panel discussing her experience in the industry, a journey that has taken her from actress to filmmaker. Meanwhile, Bialik and Davis will be joined by astrophysicist Dr. Erin Macdonald. The panel will discuss the study and results of “The Scully Effect,” which showed that the character Dana Scully on The X-Files led more women to study science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

Also scheduled to speak is filmmaker Karen Palmer who will discuss her use of artificial intelligence in creating RIOT, an emotionally responsive film, which uses facial recognition and AI technology to navigate through a dangerous riot. 

Also at this year's event, organizers are bringing back the AT&T Film Awards for a 6th installment. Finalists — up for $60,000 in prize money — will be invited to attend Shape for screenings of top-rated films. Submissions will be accepted through May 5. Additional speakers, exhibitors and demos will be announced in the coming months.


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From Haute Living

Mayim Bialik On The End Of “Big Bang Theory”… And Her Next, Utterly Delicious Move

As “The Big Bang Theory” comes to its end tomorrow night\, May 16, with its series finale, star Mayim Bialik, who plays Dr. Amy Farrah Fowler on the hit series, is already embarking on a new venture. Her latest gig isn’t an acting one: Bialik has partnered with Chef Ali Cruddas on Bodhi Bowl, a new vegan eatery in downtown Los Angeles, with a mission to inspire people to choose a healthier, greener and more compassionate lifestyle. We chatted with the longtime actress (who formerly starred on another hit series, “Blossom”) on the end of “Big Bang,” her new venture, eating green, releasing her “New York Times” best-selling book, “Boying Up: How to Be Bold, Brave and Brilliant” and her next chapter. 

(Q and A with Mayim)

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Association honors actress Mayim Bialik for philanthropy

The Jewish Free Loan Association will honor actress, author and entrepreneur Mayim Bialik with a philanthropic leadership award at JFLA’s upcoming “Big Bang Extravaganza” on Sunday, May 19, at the at 5:30 p.m. at the Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotel.

Bialik, a JFLA board member, is perhaps best known for her role as Amy Farrah Fowler on CBS’ “The Big Bang Theory.” The award will be presented by the show’s executive producer and co-creator, Bill Prady.

“JFLA is responsible for giving interest-free loans to people of all backgrounds … they are among the first responders when people need help in emergencies,” Bialik said. “JFLA is there to provide funds to families and individuals that are affected often by circumstances they can’t control.”

JFLA, founded in 1904, is the only nonsectarian, interest-free lending organization in Los Angeles County offering loans for emergencies, housing, students and more. Tickets start at $500. The Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotel is located at 11461 Sunset Blvd. For information, call Sara Robyn at (323)761-8837, or email [email protected].


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