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Monday,
Apr. 21, 2014
Screening of THE CHANGELING and Q&A with Director Peter Medak
Los Angeles Campus

Warner Bros. SR4
Burbank, CA
at 6:45pm


As a first assistant director, Peter worked with legendary British film directors Sir Carol Reed, David Lean, Fred Zinneman, and Alfred Hitchcock.

As director, Peter Medak’s 1972 film, THE RULING CLASS, starring Peter O’Toole, was nominated for an Oscar and THE KRAYS won him accolades Best Director. His other works include A DAY IN THE DEATH OF JOE EGG - Alan Bates, THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME - Mandy Patinkin, Salma Hayek and ROMEO IS BLEEDING - Gary Oldman, to name a few.

In television and has directed episodes of iconic BREAKING BAD, HOUSE, THE WIRE, and HANNIBAL.

To inquire about availability: email your FULL NAME & PROGRAM to laevents@nyfa.edu by the day of the event at NOON. All guests must provide a FIRST AND LAST NAME and will need to provide a valid photo ID.

Tuesday
Apr. 22, 2014
Special Guest Darrell Woodward Comes to Encourage Minorities, Women, and Veterans to Apply to The DIRECTORS GUILD of AMERICA Training Program
Los Angeles Campus

Toland Soundstage
in Riverside Building
3300 Riverside Dr.
Burbank, CA 91505
at 7:00pm


Special Guest Darrell Woodward Comes to Encourage Minorities, Women, and Veterans to Apply to The DIRECTORS GUILD of AMERICA Training Program

For more information about the Training Program, visit www.trainingplan.org

To inquire about availability: email your FULL NAME & PROGRAM to laevents@nyfa.edu by the day of the event at NOON. All guests must provide a FIRST AND LAST NAME and will need to provide a valid photo ID.

Monday
May 19, 2014
Film Panel Inventing the Night
Presented by the University of Zurich
Union Square Campus

100 E. 17th Street
New York, NY 10003
at 7:00pm


Zürich Meets New York: A Festival of Swiss Ingenuity, May 16-23, 2014, highlights the contemporary relevance of visionary movements and ideas born in Zurich and their impact on American culture. Building on the upcoming 100th anniversary of the Dada movement and Zurich’s role as a 21st-century hub for artistic and scientific innovation, the festival features 25 events at venues across the city, and is presented by the Consulate General of Switzerland in New York, the City of Zurich, ETH Zurich and the University of Zurich (UZH).

In her latest book, Night Passages, Elisabeth Bronfen maps a fascinating cultural history of the night in philosophy, literature and movies. She joins Anastas Michos, the cinematographer behind neo-noir thrillers such as Untraceable, Perfect Stranger and Cadillac Records, to discuss the narrative uses of nocturnal space - from crime and corruption to the exploration of irrational desire - and the lighting techniques involved for best effects.

Elisabeth Bronfen,
Professor of English and American Studies, University of Zurich
Anastas Michos, Cinematographer

Moderated by
Benjamin Cohen, Screenwriting Instructor, New York Film Academy



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