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ODEON has teamed up with Mind to host a special charity screening in memory of Hollywood actor, Robin Williams. The screening of Mrs. Doubtfire, which will take place at a number of ODEON cinemas on Friday 22 August, will help raise funds and awareness for the charity, with all ticket sales going to the organisation.
The critically-acclaimed ator brought laughter to millions and had an acting range that saw him embody stunning dramatic roles, deliver energetic and diverse comedic performances and star in enduring classics that hold a special place in people’s hearts. To celebrate his eclectic and vast career, cinema goers had the chance to vote on ODEON’s website and social media channels for the classic Robin Williams film that will be screened.
The choice also included Aladdin for which Robin won a special award for Vocal work, Good Will Hunting, which saw him take home a richly deserved Oscar for Best Actor in a Supporting Role, as well as timeless classics Dead Poets Society and Good Morning Vietnam, both of which saw him nominated for the much-coveted Best Actor Oscar.
The screenings will take place at 12 cinemas across the UK:
All proceeds from the screening will be donated to Mind, to support their on-going work providing advice and support to people experiencing a mental health problem.
Kathleen Miles, Director of Fundraising at Mind commented, "We’d like to say a huge thank you to ODEON for organising this fitting tribute to Robin Williams in aid of Mind. This event will not only raise vital funds for us but, will also help to raise awareness of mental health problems, which affect one in four people in the UK every year."
Andy Edge, Commercial Director of ODEON says, “At ODEON we were saddened to hear of the death of Robin Williams. As an actor he brought great joy to many and throughout his career he featured in some of the most memorable films of all time. We are proud to be working with Mind to raise money for those who are experiencing mental health issues and also celebrate the life of a very talented and much loved actor.”
The screenings will be taking place at 7.30pm on Friday 22 August. Tickets can be booked at odeon.co.uk.