If you are in the Los Angeles area then I have an event you might be interested in. There is an upcoming seminar with an Oscar-winning screenwriter. The screenwriter is Marc Norman. He wrote Shakespeare in Love, among other things. The seminar is this Saturday. Here are the details for those of you that are interested:

 

SCRIPTWRITERS NETWORK

Invites you to attend the
SWN SPEAKER SERIES
with special guestOscar-Winning Screenwriter/Producer
MARC NORMAN
(Shakespeare in Love, The Killer Elite, Breakout, etc.)Saturday, January 10th, 2009
Doors open at 1pm
Speaker to begin at 1:30pm
at
Raleigh Studios
Charlie Chaplin Theater
5300 Melrose Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90038
(enter through Van Ness Gate)Parking is available for $5 on the studio lot; there’s also metered street parking.

YOU MUST RSVP
Details below

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ABOUT THE SPEAKER:

Marc Norman
earned Academy Awards(R) for writing and producing SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE, which also earned Best Picture and six other Oscars(R). His other writing credits include OKLAHOMA CRUDE, starring George C. Scott, ZANDY’S BRIDE, starring Gene Hackman and Liv Ullmann, THE KILLER ELITE, directed by Sam Peckinpah, and BREAKOUT, starring Charles Bronson and Robert Duvall. In addition, Marc directed several episodes of the popular TV series THE WHITE SHADOW, and wrote one of the first “ABC Movies of the Week,” THE CHALLENGE, starring Darren McGavin and Mako. Marc recently received acclaim for his book “What Happens Next: A History of American Screenwriting,” a comprehensive overview of 100 years of American movies and screenwriting. The book will be the primary subject of Marc’s talk.

SPECIAL DISCOUNT FOR INFOLIST.com!!
Exclusively for INFOLIST.com, simply bring a copy of this email to the event,
and your admission is FREE!! (normally $15)!!
NOTE: You MUST bring a separate printout of this email for EACH Person attending!
You MUST RSVP to:
info@scriptwritersnetwork.org
You MUST include your full name and the names of any guests for security purposes.

For more information about the Scriptwriters Network please visit:
www.scriptwritersnetwork.org or call: (888) 796-9673 (1-888-SWN–WORD)

*Guest speakers subject to change or cancellation without notice.