Living Legends: Two Classic Films, Writers Q&A and Wine Reception
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The last date listed for Living Legends was Saturday September 27, 2008 / 5:00pm.
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Put together outdoor screenings of popular movies, live music from up-and-coming local bands and some of the city's most famous food trucks and you've got the perfect L.A. summer experience. Street Food Cinema features a different lineup of eats and entertainment for a fabulous variety of fun under the stars. Grab some blankets, pillows, picnic items -- even your dog -- and come on out. Films are screened in high-def DLP projection, with cinema quality picture and sound. Please see the full event description for the current schedule. Learn More
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The films were both great.
However, the interview with Lorenzo Semple Jr. went on too long. It was already a long-enough night as it was. The evening started at 5PM and didn't end until 10:30PM; it ran right through dinner and the veggie platter/ spinach dip just didn't cut it. So if you didn't eat right before getting there, you were probably struggling by the end.
- 5:00-6:30pm: Screening of the classic movie Duel (1971), written by Richard Matheson
6:30-7:00pm: Richard Matheson will be interviewed by George Eckstein
7:00-8:00pm: Wine and dessert reception
8:00-8:30pm: Lorenzo Semple, Jr. will be interviewed by Patrick Goldstein
8:30-10:00pm: Screening of the classic movie Pretty Poison (1968), written by Lorenzo Semple, Jr.
About the Ticket Supplier: Writers Guild FoundationOriginally founded in 1966 by James R Webb and a group of other prominent screenwriters, the Writers Guild Foundation has evolved considerably over the last decade. For years its library was its major program, and today its focus is on the two areas of historical preservation and education. Working closely with the Writers Guild of America, west, the Foundation provides a number of services and programs to both working writers and the public.
In recent years the Foundation has developed a broad range of initiatives designed to:
- preserve the history of screenwriting as an artform
-promote writing for film and television as literature in its own right
- collect and preserve the best and most representative film and television writing from each year for present and future generations to study
-provide primary and continuing educational opportunities for professional writers and students
-and raise public consciousness about what writers do and the importance of good writing in the collaborative arts of film and television.