Jul 31, 2008
Scatola del Tempo, a prestigious Italian company, creator of rotating watch holders, has recently rewarded the director Steven Spielberg, a great protagonist of world cinema, during the ARTribe in Los Angeles, for his enduring commitment aimed at those in need.

ARTribe, an organization of Los Angeles high school students, has committed itself to raising money for worthy causes through events featuring the work of talented high school artists.

Last year's event raised several tens of thousand dollars benefiting the SPIRAL Foundation, a non-profit humanitarian organization which works to improve living conditions and healthcare in the most impoverished areas of central Vietnam and eastern Nepal.

Therefore, ARTribe has been held again this year at the Santa Monica Art Studios, its second annual show to raise funds in favor of the SPIRAL Foundation, with a large participation from the public and from celebrities.

Among the latter, Steven Spielberg stood out once again for his great availability and generosity, and inexhaustible creativity and continues working on movies he considers personal, such as The Terminal or Munich, as well as works of great commercial success such as Jaws, E.T., the four Indiana Jones installments, The War of the Worlds to mention just a few.

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