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Val Kilmer will be this years Honorary Chairman at the 11th annual Santa Fe Film Festival.  Get all the juicy details at Val Kilmer the Real Deal.

Val Kilmer as Doc Holliday in Tombstone

Val Kilmer, the ACLU and a not so neighborly– neighbor.  Were Kilmer’s rights to free speech violated? Get the latest info at Val Kilmer the Real Deal.

Find out what Will Forte has to say about working with Val Kilmer.

Val Kilmer the Real Deal, We’re Officially Unofficialy

Val Kilmer and Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson have started working on their new film “Guns”. Get the latest info and new photos at Val Kilmer the Real  

photo-Chris Pazzello

Here is your chance to meet Val Kilmer. Get the details here Val Kilmer The Real  val-kilmer-invisible-children-protest


New Music Video – Just released, a new fan video featuring the music of Val Kilmer and Mick Rossi.  The song is Frontier Justice.  If you are interested in hearing more of Kilmer’s music check out his Reverbnation page. I highly recommend you do. 

Coming Soon to Video – 2:22 This film reunites Val Kilmer and Mick Rossi in another high action film.  For more info, check out the 2:22 website.


Saving the Invisible Children

Joseph Kony is a demented psychopath who justifies his demonic behavior by cowering behind the guise of Christianity. It is estimated in the last 23 years Kony has kidnapped over 30,000 African children and enslaved them as foot soldiers in his Lord’s Resistance Army. Many of these children have been forced to kill their own parents and neighbors.

Val%20KilmerMore than 80,000 people gathered in 100 cities across 10 countries on April 25th 2009, to bring attention to the atrocities being committed against African children.

The protest was organized by Invisible Children; a grassroots movement from San Diego, Calif., founded by Laren Poole, Bobby Bailey and Jason Russell. Participants included Oprah Winfrey, Senator John Kerry and Senator Ted Kennedy, musician Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy and actor/activist Val Kilmer, amongst numerous others.

 June 22–23, 2009, Invisible Children will host a historical two-day lobbying crusade in Washington D.C., called How It Ends. This is a huge cooperative presented by an alliance of organizations, including Invisible Children, Resolve Uganda and Enough Project.

The purpose is to urge the United States Senate and House of Representatives to pass legislation recently presented on this issue. The goal is for United States  leadership to help bring an end to the horrific crimes committed by the LRA and promote long-term recovery in the region.

If you would like to participate or want more information about How It Ends or Invisible Children, please visit the Invisible Children website.

Val Kilmer to Star in Silver CordVal-kilmer-looking-fabulous

“Dead” man wakes up under autopsy knife
Tue Oct 14, 2003 7:03pm BST
BOGOTA (Reuters) – A Colombian man who had been declared dead woke up in the morgue in excruciating pain after medical examiners began their autopsy.
Ricardo Ordonez, 41, was declared dead after a diabetic coma and taken to the morgue, where examiners began an autopsy only to realize something was amiss when he started bleeding. They quickly sought to stitch up the incision on his face.”I woke up because the pain was unbearable” Ordonez said, according to a report on Friday in leading local newspaper El Tiempo. His grieving mother turned up at the morgue to identify her son’s body only to find him moved into a corridor — and alive.

According to the Silver Cord website, James Ordonez’ brother, Ricardo, was a diabetic. In 1984, he fell into a coma and was rushed to the hospital. Soon, this became a regular occurrence and James began to document his situation. Ricardo went to the hospital three times a year on average and in at least ten of these episodes he was clinically declared a flat line. Deceased. Doctors delivered the difficult news to the family on every occasion. However, after the declaration and ten-fifteen minutes elapsing, Ricardo would mysteriously and unbelievably “wake up”.

val-kilmer-silver-cord-posterDoctors began traveling from Europe to Ricardo’s home country of Colombia to research the case and follow his story. At the same time, James monitored his brother’s situation by interviewing him, inquiring about his “death” or “out of body” experiences. Ricardo visualized a beautiful girl named “Claudia” and he would always find himself in pursuit of her. He would follow her in a car, “fly” into her house… He told James that he preferred to be with her “out of body” than to suffer here in the real world. James began to incorporate Ricardo’s story into a script with his brother’s blessing and cooperation. The two made a pact that his amazing story needed to be shared with the world.

In 2003, after yet another coma, doctors told James and his family that Ricardo had expired and that this time it was final. After several hours had gone by, the family grimly accepted the news as truth and decided to proceed with the planned organ donation. In order to protect the organs from possible complications due to the gangrene which had set in, both his legs were amputated. Two days later, while being prepped for the organ donation, his brother suddenly awoke!

James, the family and medical staff were in extreme shock and again Ricardo’s situation was documented until finally, a year later, Ricardo passed on and was laid to rest. He left behind his close-knit family and a daughter to whom James promised her father’s story of life, death and “the other side” would be told. To this day, his daughter says that  Ricardo still visits her in her dreams. 

 Thus the inspiration for Silver Cord, written by James Ordonez and Ken Gord. 

Kilmer will play the role of Rafael Griggs.  Also starring Arielle Kebbel, Ving Rhames and Richard Edmonds. Currently in production.

SOB ~ Straight to DVDval-kilmer-50-cent-sharon-stone-streets-of-blood

Val Kilmer’s latest  film  Streets of Blood also starring Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson and Sharon Stone is available on DVD for pre-order on Amazon now. It will be released on July 28.

The film is about a police officer’s partner that  died during Hurricane Katrina, but  later discovers that his partner may have been murdered. An investigation follows, taking the officer and his new partner into the depths of the criminal underworld.

val-kilmer-50-centKilmer and 50 became great friends while shooting this film. Here’s what Kilmer has to say about Jackson on his myspace:

“My partner in Streets of Blood, my friend for life. I love Curtis.

He’s the real deal, honest, gernerous, talented, an American hero.”   ~Val Kilmer 6/08

sob_Painting Streets of Blood, Trailer

john-lennonImagine all the people, sharing all the world val-kilmer-mia-farrow

     ~John Lennon   

Save the children, save the people, save the planet, we have all heard these pleas, what can we do? Become educated. And that is just what the Montreal Millennium Summit is all about; education for a better world. 

 On April 15 and 16, 2009 the Millennium Summit was held at the Palais des congres in Montreal, Quebec.  Representatives from the worlds leading humanitarian organizations attended this years third international gathering.


Their goal: To build a worldwide network that serves as a platform for public awareness and support, to ensure that more effective help is given to the planets most vulnerable people and children.


On Wednesday over 500 young people had the unique opportunity to get together with some of the Summits speakers for a Youth Forum.


On Thursday, the major conference was held and was open to the general public.  This format gave the audience an opportunity to listen and dialogue with invited speakers who are world-renowned public figures committed to the cause.


Distinguished guest speakers included: Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, Dr. Asha-Rose Migiro, Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations, Dr. Shirin Ebadi: First Muslim woman to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, Phil Fontaine: National chief, Assembly of First Nations, Marc and Craig Kielburger: Nobel Peace Prize nominees and founders of Free the Children, Mia Farrow: Actress and UNICEF ambassador, Val Kilmer: Actor and activist, Dr. Gilles Julien: Fondation pour la promotion de la pédiatrie sociale.