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"T.F. Flores" <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 19 Feb 1997 20:39:31 -0500
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For anyone living in or passing through Phoenix, don't miss this upcoming
event.  If you've read Mr. Walter's book, you'll be anxious to hear him in
T. Flores
Scottsdale Community College's Film Department presents
America's Premiere Screenwriting Educator: Professor Richard Walter, Chairman
of UCLA's Renowned Graduate Screenwriting Program
In his ONLY Arizona Appearance of 1997:  Thursday, March 13, 1997, 7:00 PM at
Scottsdale Community College's Performing Arts Center (the auditorium)
Open to the Public; FREE ADMISSION; Q & A Session; Book Autograph Session
Professor Walter has written numerous assignments for the major studios and
sold material to all major television networks.  He is a published novelist,
and the author of the best selling Screenwriting - The Art, Craft, and
Business of Film and Television Writing.
He lectures on screenwriting throughout the world, has appeared on CBS News,
NPR, and more than 100 newspaper and magazine articles have described his
work and the program he created at UCLA.
"The Wall Street Journal" calls him "...the prime broker for one of
Hollywood's most sought-after commodities -- new writing talent."
Among the film's and television programs written by Professor Walter's
students are the following: Jurassic Park, The Doors, Backdraft, Robocop,
Stand and Deliver, Rivers Edge, Repo Man, Melrose Place, Cheers, Northern
Exposure, Thritysomething, Golden Girls, L.A. Law, Miami Vice, Family Ties,
Mission Impossible, The Mask, Grace Under Fire, and many, many more.
For further information, phone Professor Robert Powell at (602) 423-6331.
Hope to see you there!!!
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