Here's a chance to interact with Ken Kwapis, a director who shaped the form of TV comedy in the early 2000s--a key figure behind the US Office, Malcolm in the Middle, The Larry Sanders Show, The Bernie Mac Show, and many others. He also directed feature films such as The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants and He Said, She Said.
BOOK TALK HOSTED BY AN INDEPENDENT BOOKSTORE
Kwapis has a new book out about his experiences and a Zoom-based book talk is being sponsored by an independent (!) bookstore in Tuscaloosa: Ernest & Hadley. "Tickets" are free, but you do have to register in advance. The book is available for purchase through Ernest & Hadley (support indie booksellers!).
Date: Thursday, October 29
Time: 6pm EDT, 5pm CDT, 4pm MDT, 3pm PDT, 10pm GMT
Tickets must be requested in advance for free OR in conjunction with ordering the book ($27):
Professor Emeritus, TV & Film Studies
Senior Fellow, Blount Scholars Program
The University of Alabama
Online resources for film/TV studies may be found at ScreenSite