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We believe every child deserves the right to opportunity. Opportunity to education, to medical care, to shelter, to food and clean water, to enrichment… to a fair chance in life.

GO Campaign improves the lives of orphans and vulnerable children around the world by partnering with local heroes to deliver local solutions. GO Campaign connects donors to high-impact grassroots projects aimed at changing lives and transforming communities, one child at a time.

Project We are Helping to Fund:

  •  Svay Khleang Village, Cambodia School of Hope

We have the opportunity to provide Cham youth with the value of education. The Cham, one of Cambodia’s poorest populations, face overwhelming obstacles obtaining an education and employment. This education will help them achieve great things in their lives and benefit their community.

GO Campaign’s previous grant to CCC established a vocational training school in the Kampong Cham Province, in rural Cambodia. Thanks to our GO community of supporters, this school is currently educating 1,080 students annually with a focus on two vital employment skills: computer literacy and English. GO Campaign is now raising funds to expand the school, pay teachers for the next 2 years and increase enrollment by 100 students. The long-term vision for sustaining the school’s programs is support and involvement by the school’s alumni and community.

Rob’s Previous Involvement with The Go Campaign:

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Posted by Kristin on 24 Apr 2015 and filed under : Campaigns, Site News, The Go Campaign
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Director, Samantha Rife, of Mom is a Dirty Word is no stranger to the Rob fandom. You  may recall Ms. Rife represented us at TIFF — [1] [2] [3].

By supporting this documentary, Ms. Rife has committed to award RobertPattinsonWorldwide.com with an ENTIRE YEAR of server costs and acknowledgements in all press material associated with the film IF we can raise $2,000! This is just a small segment of her estimate costs associated with producing this documentary.

Go under the cut and see how to win the TIFF2016 prize pack AND more!

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Posted by Kristin on 22 Feb 2015 and filed under : Site News
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When Cathy Ward’s mother died five years ago, the supermarket worker from Reading was left depressed and unable to face going out.

But the 54-year-old has now turned her life around with a little help from actor Robert Pattinson and her local tattooist.

Today, Mrs Ward says she is happier and more confident than ever – and says it’s all because of the 69 Twilight-inspired tattoos that cover her body.

Among the designs peppered across Mrs Ward’s physique are a version of the Twilight: New Moon poster on her back and a depiction of the wolf pack on her leg.

‘I just got hooked on it,’ she explains. ‘I loved the main story and all the main characters resonated with me.’

Having devoured the remaining novels, pored over interviews with the cast and sat through the sequel, New Moon, Mrs Ward decided to take her love of Twilight a step further.

Her first tattoo was a version of the poster for Twilight: New Moon featuring Pattinson, 28, his ex-girlfriend Kristen Stewart, 25, and their co-star Taylor Lautner, 23.

More followed, among them two further portraits of Pattinson, one on each rib, and a version of the Cullen family crest on her chest.

‘Obviously, I’m Team Edward so most of my tattoos are of Edward,’ she adds. ‘I’m definitely a Robert Pattinson fan.

‘He’s not classically good looking – he’s different. I’m not what I’d call good looking, I’m average and he’s similar. Plenty of other guys in the film are better looking but he’s striking in different way.’

Mrs Ward, who admits her aim is to have a complete ‘body suit’ of Twilight tattoos, says she has already spent £12,500 on her inkings and has endured more than 135 hours in the tattooist’s chair.

But despite the pain and the not inconsiderable outlay, the 54-year-old says it has been money – and time – well spent.

‘I used to be a bit of a wallflower,’ she explains. ‘I used to hide down in corners at parties, I used to keep myself out of conversations and stay in the background.

‘Losing my mum when we did sort of kicked me back into gear and realise that I needed to get myself together. I’d sort of let myself go for too long.’

Indeed, along with boosting her confidence, Mrs Ward says the inkings have also paid dividends at work with customers at her supermarket left fascinated by the designs.

‘I have a great rapport with customers,’ she beams. ‘They tend to want to stop and see what the person behind the artwork is like.’

And Mrs Ward, who expects to spend between £17,000 and £25,000 to complete her tattooed bodysuit, says she has no intention of listening to people who think she should do something else with her spare cash.

‘Because of the body art, I can’t hide any more,’ she reveals. ‘I’m much more positive and outgoing than I was before.

‘I turned 54 this year – 54 years young, I say. I’m going to get old disgracefully.’

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Posted by Laura on 28 Apr 2015 and filed under : Breaking Dawn Part 1, Breaking Dawn Part 2, Eclipse, Fan Submission, Internet/Bloggers, Magazine, Movies, New Moon, Newspaper, Photos, Press, Twilight, Videos
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Posted by Laura on 28 Apr 2015 and filed under : Fan Submission, Internet/Bloggers, Maps to the Stars, Movies
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2.      THE ROVER (2014)

Set in a remote stretch of Australia “ten years after the collapse” (as an opening title informs us), the stark sci-fi-tinged thriller, The Rover, introduces a world of arid reduction, where civilisation is hanging by a thread. The closest thing to the law are the army patrols that move from town to town, and the outback populace has responded in kind, namely with violence and debauchery. When the stony, enigmatic Eric (Guy Pearce) has his car stolen by a crew of criminals, he teams with the slow-witted but sweet dupe that they left behind (Robert Pattinson) to get it back.

Though the mention of cars, criminal gangs, and an Australian postapocalypse whip up instant memories of Mad Max, The Rover is no punked up, dystopic vision. This is an urgent, horribly familiar world with a smashed-to-bits moral compass. Thrilling, tightly characterised, and punctuated with neck-snapping jolts of violence, The Rover is a powerful meditation on the fragile nature of society itself.

“I wanted the movie to feel terrifying,” writer/director, David Michod (AnimalKingdom), told FilmInk of his sophomore effort. “I wanted it to feel intimidating and menacing. When you amp up the craziness of a world left after a post-apocalyptic event, you push the audience away. I wanted it to feel immediate. This is a movie about anger. The characters are angry about what has happened to the world. They’re suffering because of what’s being engineered all around them.”

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Posted by Brittany on 28 Apr 2015 and filed under : Internet/Bloggers, Magazine, Movies, Press, The Rover
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Posted by Brittany on 28 Apr 2015 and filed under : Internet/Bloggers, Magazine, Movies, Press, Queen of the Desert
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You can read Rob’s #FMagazine interview (with translation) in our previous post HERE

Posted by Laura on 27 Apr 2015 and filed under : Fan Submission, Internet/Bloggers, Magazine, Press, Videos
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Posted by Laura on 27 Apr 2015 and filed under : Internet/Bloggers, Magazine, Photos, Press
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Read a list of reviews collected for “Maps to the Stars”!

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Posted by Brittany on 27 Apr 2015 and filed under : Internet/Bloggers, Maps to the Stars, Movies, Press, Reviews
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Posted by Laura on 27 Apr 2015 and filed under : Fan Submission, Internet/Bloggers, Magazine, Out and About, Photos, Press
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Austria:

October 2, 2015

Belgium:

September 2015 : September 30, 2015

Denmark:

November 26, 2015

France:

September 30, 2015

September 23, 2015

Germany:

October 1, 2015

Premiere: Special Gala Berlinale Film Festival (February 5-15, 2015)
Date: TBA

Italy:

September 30, 2015

Norway:

September 18, 2015

Sweden:

March 13, 2015

Switzerland (French):

September 30, 2015

Switzerland (German):

October 1, 2015

UK:

September 25, 2015

USA:

July 15, 2015

All dates are subject to change at anytime. We will update with the newest dates when possible. If we are missing your country, please let us know!

Posted by Brittany on 27 Apr 2015 and filed under : Internet/Bloggers, Life, Movies, Press
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Posted by Laura on 27 Apr 2015 and filed under : Fan Submission, Internet/Bloggers, Life, Movies
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