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FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE PANEL

TRIBECA TALKS: PEN TO PAPER HOSTED BY BARNES & NOBLE UNION SQUARE -- ILLUSTRATING HISTORY

TFF 2010
FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE TRIBECA TALKS: PEN TO PAPER HOSTED BY BARNES & NOBLE UNION SQUARE -- ILLUSTRATING HISTORY [TFF 2010]

It's one thing to write a film based on a book or play, but when your subject is a real person, the attention to detail from script to screen is supreme. Movie magic can bring history to life, but some filmmakers change the way we look at the traditional biopic along the way. Panelists include sex & drugs & rock & roll writer Paul Viragh and director Mat Whitecross, My Queen Karo writer/director Dorothée van den Berghe, and The Chameleon director/cowriter Jean-Paul Salomé. Moderated by Marie Claire film critic Caryn James.

It's one thing to write a film based on a book or play, but when your subject is a real person, the attention to detail from script to screen is supreme. Movie magic can bring history to life, but some filmmakers change the way we look at the traditional biopic along the way. Panelists include sex & drugs & rock & roll writer Paul Viragh and director Mat Whitecross, My Queen Karo writer/director Dorothée van den Berghe, and The Chameleon director/cowriter Jean-Paul Salomé. Moderated by Marie Claire film critic Caryn James.

Film Information
Year: 2010
Length: 60 minutes
Language: English
Country: USA
Premiere: Panel
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