Academy Award winner Bill Condon highlights Dec. 1 Writers on Writing Event
By Ken Droz, Writers Guild Foundation
Nov 17, 2004, 16:09
ACADEMY AWARDTM WINNER BILL CONDON HEADLINES
WRITERS ON WRITING PROGRAM, WEDNES., DEC. 1
WHAT: "Writers on Writing" monthly seminar series, produced by the Writers Guild Foundation, featuring a noteworthy motion picture or television writer or writers each month, discussing the many aspects of the craft, and the writer's role in what is known as a notoriously difficult industry.
An audience Q & A follows each interview.
A special champagne & dessert reception follows this program.
WHO: Bill Condon, Academy AwardTM winner for Best Adapted Screenplay for the film, Gods and Monsters, which he also directed. He received his second OscarR nomination for his screenplay of Chicago, which also won the OscarR for Best Picture in 2003. His new film, Kinsey, opened in Los Angeles on November 12.
F.X. Feeney, film critic and essayist, serves as moderator.
WHEN: Wednesday, Dec. 1, 7:30pm
WHERE: Writers Guild of America/west
7000 W. Third St.
(corner of Fairfax Ave. and Third St.)
TICKET INFO: Call 323.782.4692 for credit card purchases.
Admission prices: General public-$20, WGA members and academic faculty-$15, full-time students with I.D.-$10. Special discounts available for Foundation donors.
The Writers Guild Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization established in 1966 to support and promote excellence in writing, to preserve the history of screenwriting as an art form, and to provide educational opportunities for professional writers and students alike.
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