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Men, Women & Children Twitter Party #MWCMovie 10/15 10am PT

#MWCMovie Twitter Party October 15th 10am

MomsLA is hosting a Twitter Party to discuss the movie Men, Women and Children on Wednesday, October 15th at 10am PT with the Hashtag #MWCMovie. We’ll be joined by Dr. Yalda K. Uhls, Regional Director of Common Sense Media.

And there will be Prizes, too!

#MWCMovie Twitter Party October 15th 10am

 

Join us on Twitter to chat about many of the topics the film brings up, like how our Internet usage affects us and our Real Life interactions.

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You can check out Sarah’s review of Men Women & Children here.

You must RSVP and Follow the hosts in order to be eligible for the Prizes we will give away during the party: 4 – $20 Fandango Gift Cards courtesy of Paramount Pictures.

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Hashtag: #MWCMovie

Hosts:
@MomsLA
@CommonSense
@MWCMovie
@YvonneInLA
@SAuerswald

About Men, Women & Children

Directed, Produced & co-Written by Jason Reitman (Juno, Up in the Air), the film takes a look at technology use amongst teen and adults and ultimately how it shapes our conversations and relationships. It’s a relevant and thought-provoking film that features amazing performances from a stellar cast including: Kaitlyn Dever, Rosemarie DeWitt, Ansel Elgort, Jennifer Garner, Judy Greer, Dean Norris and Adam Sandler. I hope you can attend.

About Dr. Uhls

Dr. Yalda T. Uhls received her PhD in developmental psychology from UCLA. She is the Regional Director of Common Sense Media, a national non-profit that focuses on helping children, families and educators navigate the digital world as well as a senior researcher at the Children’s Digital Media Center@LA, UCLA campus. Yalda’s research focuses on how older and newer media impacts the social behavior of preadolescents. Her research has been featured in the NY Times, CNN, Time Magazine, KPCC, and many other news outlets. Awards include UCLA’s Psychology in Action Award, for excellence in communicating psychological research to audiences beyond academia, as well as honorable mention for the National Science Foundation’s Graduate Student Research Fellowship. Prior to her academic career, Yalda spent over fifteen years as an entertainment executive and producer. Notable positions include Senior VP at MGM as well as consultant to Google, Santa Monica. Yalda has two digital tweens, a boy and a girl.

About Common Sense Media

Common Sense Media is dedicated to helping kids thrive in a world of media and technology.  We empower parents, teachers, and policymakers by providing unbiased information, trusted advice, and innovative tools to help them harness the power of media and technology as a positive force in all kids’ lives.

Media and technology are at the very center of all our lives today — especially our children’s.  Kids today spend over 60 hours of screen time every week. The media content they consume and create has a profound impact on their social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development.  Learning how to use media and technology wisely is an essential skill for life and learning in the 21st century. But parents, teachers, and policymakers struggle to keep up with the rapidly changing digital world in which our children live and learn.  Now more than ever, they need a trusted guide to help them navigate a world where change is the only constant.

MomsLA is proud to host this conversation on Twitter with Common Sense Media and Paramount Pictures. Paramount Pictures will supply and ship prizes to the winners. This is not a sponsored post.

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Sarah Auerswald (569 Posts)

Sarah Auerswald is the CEO and Co-Founder of MomsLA. She writes about life in LA while raising her 2 sons and is the founder of MarVistaMom.com. She was an English Major at Brown University, and yet nowadays feels free to ignore grammar rules anytime she wants. Like Now. She's married, uses a Mac, and grew up in Hawaii.


1 comment

  1. Debbie 15 October, 2014 at 04:54 Reply

    It’s disappointing this Twitter party is being held before the movie is widely released. The closest place I can see it is more than an hour and 45 minutes away. I know it works for your local area and it looks like a great opportunity. Wish I could’ve been involved.

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