Tuesday, September 2, 2008

How Do I Become a Hollywood Screenwriter?

From Alumni Relations:

GW Alumni Association’s “How Do I Become A…” lecture series welcomes distinguished alumnus Jason Filardi, CCAS BA ’93, to discuss his career experiences as a Hollywood screenwriter.

How Do I Become A Hollywood Screenwriter?
Jason Filardi, CCAS BA ’93, independent screenwriter
Friday, September 26, 1 p.m. – 2 p.m.
Marvin Center, Room 403

What does it take to make it as a writer in Tinseltown? Join Filardi as he shares his experiences writing and script doctoring for Hollywood’s biggest studios. His credits include the 2003 comedy, Bringing Down the House, starring Steve Martin and Queen Latifah, Drum, as well as, the soon-to-be-released comedy Seventeen Again, with Matthew Perry, Zac Efron, and Leslie Mann. Filardi graduated in 2003 from Columbian College with a BA in English.

This event is free and open to students, alumni, and the GW community and registration is preferred. To register, visit www.alumni.gwu.edu and click on “Calendar of Events.” For more information about the “How Do I Become A…?” lecture series, contact Andy Hill at (202) 994-5878 or ahill@gwu.edu.

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