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Learning more about the Creative Process - March 4th

From: S. L.
Sent on: Tuesday, March 2, 2010 12:54 PM
A fellow member passed this on to me today. I thought it was important to pass it on to my members.


Enter promo code BECREATIVE to purchase special $15 tickets to
Creative Process March 4.

The collective experience of Bob Balaban, Peter Guber and Brett
Ratner represents every aspect in the process of creating a
film, from producing to writing to directing and acting. A
product of Old Hollywood, Bob Balaban grew up in ?the business?
and was the first person in his family to venture to the
creative side. An actor, writer and director, Mr. Balaban
appeared in Gosford Park, A Mighty Wind and Capote, and
directed the Off-Broadway hit The Exonerated. Peter Guber,
founder and chairman of Mandalay Entertainment, has produced
films?including Rain Man, The Color Purple and Batman?that
resonate with audiences around the world. Producer and director
Brett Ratner began making movies in elementary school and never
stopped. His feature films include the Rush Hour series, The
Family Man and X-Men: The Last Stand.

CNN anchor Campbell Brown will moderate this panel discussion,
exploring how an initial idea becomes a feature film.

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