Fifteen authors of books that have been just lately chosen for The Hollywood Reporter’s record of “The 100 Best Movie Books of All Time” will convene on a panel — which is being marketed as “the best gathering of its type ever” — this Saturday afternoon in Hollywood as a part of AFI Fest.
The occasion, which is able to happen contained in the historic TCL Chinese language Theater and can run from 4 p.m. -5:30p.m., is open to members of the general public freed from cost supplied they reserve their tickets prematurely by way of Fest.AFI.com/GreatestFilmBooks.
Taking part in a dialogue in regards to the origins and affect of their books can be A. Scott Berg (Goldwyn: A Biography), Cameron Crowe (Conversations with Wilder), Nancy Griffin (Hit and Run: How Jon Peters and Peter Guber Took Sony for a Trip in Hollywood), Aljean Harmetz (The Making of The Wizard of Oz: Film Magic and Studio Energy within the Prime of MGM — and the Miracle of Manufacturing #1060), Leonard Maltin (Leonard Maltin’s Film Information), Kim Masters (Hit and Run: How Jon Peters and Peter Guber Took Sony for a Trip in Hollywood), Dennis McDougal (The Final Mogul: Lew Wasserman, MCA and the Hidden Historical past of Hollywood), James Andrew Miller (Powerhouse: The Untold Story of Hollywood’s Inventive Artists Company), Eddie Muller (Darkish Metropolis: The Misplaced World of Movie Noir), John Pierson (Spike Mike Slackers and Dykes: A Guided Tour Throughout a Decade of Impartial American Cinema), George Stevens Jr. (Conversations With the Nice Moviemakers of Hollywood’s Golden Age on the American Movie Institute and Conversations on the American Movie Institute With the Nice Moviemakers: The Subsequent Technology), Michael Tolkin (The Participant), Christine Vachon (A Killer Life: How an Impartial Movie Producer Survives Offers and Disasters in Hollywood and Past), Mark A. Vieira (George Hurrell’s Hollywood: Glamour Portraits, 1925-1992) and Sam Wasson (The Large Goodbye: Chinatown and the Final Years of Hollywood and Hollywood: The Oral Historical past).
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