Today marks the launch of Dakota Fanning’s latest endeavor, the short film “Celia”. “We are dedicated to exploring the complicated choices women face in their daily lives. We encourage our filmmakers and actors to explore these issues when they become personal rather than push any particular agenda. It is our hope that Celia will open up dialogue among our viewers, regardless of their particular stance on the issue at hand,” the people involved in the film say. The 18 year old actress is also promoting her film “Now is Good”, which tells the story of a 16 year old dying of leukemia. “I think it’s all in the way Ol avoids the obvious. Even though the movie’s sad at times, Ol doesn’t push you to cry. When you leave, you’re upset, and at the same time it makes you want to make your life matter,” she describes it.

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