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Center for Communication presents:
FREE FILMSEMINAR:  SCREENWRITER 
WALTER BERNSTEIN 
In conversation with The Nation's film critic Stuart Klawans

WHEN?    Wednesday, March 21, from 6 to 8 p.m. 

WHERE?  HBO, 15th Fl. Screening Room, 1100 Ave. of the Americas
Join us for a fascinating evening with thehighly acclaimed screenwriter and 
author Walter Bernstein, as he discusses his life as an industry screenwriter 
and his past as a victim of the anti-communist hysteria during the 1950’s 
McCarthy era.  As an out cast in Hollywood and his career destroyed for ten 
years, he was forced to attribute his work to others.  He ultimately 
triumphed and went on to write manyacclaimed films including FAIL SAFE, 
THEMOLLY MCGUIRES, THE FRONT, SEMI-TOUGH and YANKS. His recent works include 
HBO movie MISS EVERS' BOYS for which he won an EMMY and a HUMANITAS AWARD 
in1997.  
Mr. Bernstein has taught screenwriting at theSundance Institute and Columbia 
University for several years.
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