Thursday July 13, 2017
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Screen writer Danny Rubin, comedy writer Ron Bloomberg, costume designer Cathy Smith and MacGyver creator Lee Zlotoff discuss the film industry.
Celebrating Warehouse 21's 21st Anniversary
Thursday, July 13. 7:30pm. A FACE to FACE Film Conversation with Danny Rubin, screen writer Groundhog Day, Ron Bloomberg, comedy writer for Three’s Company, All in The Family & Home Improvement, Cathy Smith, costume designer for Dances with Wolves andLee Zlotoffcreator of MacGyver in the W21 Theater.
Moderated by Elias Gallegos.
Admission: 18 (and Under) $12 & 19 (and Over) $21.
For ticket reservations: 989-4423 (Ext 7) or purchase tickets at http://warehouse21.brownpapertickets.com/
* Ron Bloomberg is an award winning comedy writer-producer whose network credits include “All in the Family,” “Three’s Company,” "227 & “Home Improvement” plus pilots for CBS, NBC and MTV. Ron’s book, A Voice in the Crowd published by Grosset & Dunlap, grew out of his satirical radio commentaries heard in New York, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Miami and other cities around the country. Upon moving to Santa Fe in 2004, Ron began writing one act plays. Six have been produced. A reading of his full-length play The Queen of Madison Avenue was held at the Lensic Performing Arts Center, featuring Ali MacGraw. His original one-act plays Seriously Funny/The Unreal Housewives of Santa Fe were held at Warehouse 21 in 2015. https://www.abqjournal.com/557902/going-for-walltowall-laughter.html
* Danny Rubin is an American screenwriter with screen credits that include Hear No Evil, S.F.W., and Groundhog Day, for which he received the 1993 British Academy Award for Screenwriting and the Critics' Circle Award for Screenwriter of the Year, as well as honors from the Writers Guild of America and the American Film Institute. Rubin has taught screenwriting in Chicago at the University of Illinois, Columbia College, and the National High School Institute; at the Sundance Institute in Utah; the PAL Screenwriting Lab in England; the Chautauqua Institution in New York; at the College of Santa Fe in New Mexico; the Storyutbildningen Screenwriting School in Gotland, Sweden; and from 2008-2013 as the first Briggs-Copeland Lecturer on Screenwriting at Harvard University. He has recently completed writing Groundhog Day: The Musical with composer/ lyricist Tim Minchin, which opened to rave reviews at the Old Vic Theatre in London in August of 2016 earning an Oliver Award for Best New Musical; and on Broadway in April of 2017 where it garnered 7 Tony nominations, including Best Musical and Best Book to a Musical.
* Cathy Smith is best known for her authentic costumes in films such as Dances with Wolves, Comanche Moon, Geronimo and Son of the Morning Star – for which she won the Emmy for Excellence in Costume Design.
* Lee Zlotoff is an award-winning writer, producer and director of film and television with over a hundred primetime credits to his name. Among his more notable creations is the MacGyver TV series, which became a global phenomenon, and is now back as a new series on CBS and a big-budget feature film by Lionsgate Studios. Lee is also the author of the best-selling book, “The MacGyver Secret: Connect to Your Inner MacGyver & Solve Anything”. He is also the recipient of the coveted Audience Award from the Sundance Film Festival for his film ‘The Spitfire Grill’ which he wrote and directed. Lee is a graduate of St. John’s College where he served on the board of directors for over a decade and is now a member of The President’s Council. Lee is also involved in helping to launch the new Santa Fe TV Network.