Actress Rose Byrne will be the next recipient of
In Film Max Mara Face of the Future Award® in
recognition of her outstanding acting
achievement and embodiment of style and grace.
She will be honored at the 2014 Women In Film
Crystal + Lucy Awards® on Wednesday, June 11th at Hyatt
Regency Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles,
Rose Byrne will travel to Milan, Italy to meet
the Maramotti family and will attend the Fall
Winter 2014 Max Mara Fashion Show on Thursday,
Emmy and Golden Globe nominated Rose Byrne has
established herself as a rising star of the big
screen. The Australian native commands the
attention of filmgoers and television viewers
with her beauty, talent, versatility and poise.
In addition to starring on the critically
acclaimed television show "Damages" for five
seasons, Byrne's film credits include
"Bridesmaids," "Get Him to the Greek,"
"Insidious," "Place Beyond the Pines" and
"Troy." She will next be seen in "Neighbors,"
"This is Where I Leave You," and "Annie."
Please note, when crediting the award please
refer to its full name: 2014 Women In Film Max
Mara Face of the Future Award®
the premiere collection of the Max Mara Fashion
Group, is the epitome of Italian style and
luxury; a confident and contemporary collection
of tailored silhouettes, sumptuous fabrications
and couture details applied to ready-to-wear.
Known for stylish coats, form-skimming
separates, sharp suits and elegant accessories,
Max Mara, was founded by the late visionary
Achille Maramotti in 1951. The collection is now
available in over 2,300 locations in 105
countries and was the first of 19 collections
Max Mara umbrella. The company remains privately
held and managed by the Maramotti family.
Women In Film, Los Angeles (WIF)
is a non-profit organization dedicated to
helping women achieve their highest potential
within the global entertainment, communication
and media industries. WIF’s fundamental belief
is that entertainment created by and for women
should represent 50% of all content worldwide,
in sync with the voice of the population itself.
WIF’s mandate is to ensure gender parity for
women in management positions as well as in
front of and behind the camera, and to preserve
the legacies of all women within the media
industries. Founded in 1973, WIF and its Women
In Film Foundation provide for members
camaraderie, networking opportunities,
educational programs, scholarships, grants, film
finishing funds, access to employment
opportunities and mentorships, as well as
enabling members who exhibit advanced and
innovative skills numerous practical services,
as well as participation in the organization’s
film and television shadowing programs and its
award-winning PSA program. For more information