Wednesday, March 16, 2005

Interesting writer's panel Sat 3/19

Found it at the American Cinema Foundation website (Hat tip: The Corner) Here's the description:

7:00 pm, Reception follows

How some successful television writers manage to keep their distinct viewpoints.

Moderator: Cathy Seipp, Independent Women's Forum, National Review Online

Tim Minear (executive producer: "The Inside", "Wonderfalls", "Angel", "Firefly")

Paul Feig (creator and executive producer: "Freaks & Geeks"; director: "Arrested Development"; director and writer, the feature film "I Am David"; author of the essay collection "Kick Me: Adventures In Adolescence")

Rob Long (co-creator and co-executive producer: "Men, Women & Dogs", "Love & Money", "George & Leo". Co-executive producer: "Cheers". Author: "Conversations With My Agent". Columnist: National Review. Radio commentator: KCRW)

Scott Kaufer (co-executive producer: "Boston Legal". writer: "Gilmore Girls", "Chris Isaak Show", "Beggars & Choosers". Editor-in-chief: California magazine)

Admission to both events is free but seating is limited. Please RSVP to or (310) 286.9420.

I'm really excited to listen to Paul Feig and Tim Minear speak. Actually, all of these guys are great writers (and Cathy Seipp is awesome. I've read her blog for awhile, so it will be cool to see her in person).

Anyway, call or e-mail if you are interested in the event (and it is only a few blocks from my condo!)

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