May 03, 2011 07:51pm
Erica McLean in Cancer Run/Walk
Source: Galaxy Publicity
by: Company Press Release
(LOS ANGELES, CA) -- Known for her imaginative plots and colorful costumes, top female director and producer Erica McLean will be donning pink and pounding the pavement this Saturday as she raises money in the 18th Annual Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF) Revlon Run/Walk for Women to support women’s cancer research.
"I’m very proud to be part of such a worthy cause, I’m sure we all know someone who has been affected. We’re all in this together," said McLean.
To support McLean with a pledge, visit her official charity page here.
The event will be held this Saturday, May 7 at Exposition Park in Downtown Los Angeles.
McLean also produced and directed a brand new feature project titled "Erica McLean’s Erotic Soloist" which streets May 17. Look out for more details in the coming weeks.
For more information on the Revlon Run/Walk, visit: www.revlonrunwalk.org/
McLean’s latest feature, food truck caper "The Flying Pink Pig" continues to fly off the shelves. The lighthearted and sexy comedy helmed by director Erica McLane attained national media coverage after legal controversy with the owners of the food truck used in the production. The title stars Lane as the truck's owner and features Nicki Hunter, Ron Jeremy, and a side of sexy starlets. The movie is available online at http://sunnylanevod.com.
Follow Erica McLean on Twitter: @ericamclean
Official Website: http://ericamclean.com/
For more information, or to arrange an interview with Erica McLean, please contact James Bartholet at Galaxy Publicity 310-652-0770 or email@example.com
About Erica McLean
One of the top working female directors in the industry today, Erica McLean created the iconic "Barely Legal" and "Hot Showers" franchises with her husband Clive. She then branched out to develop her own style as an auteur with her company Cheeky Monkey Productions, crafting imaginative releases such as "Alice" starring Sunny Lane, and "Hardcore Circus," her latest title, gourmet food truck feature "The Flying Pink Pig" courted controversy and made national headlines.