Steed Symposium 2013
LMU School of Film and Television presents the
Eighth Annual Steed Symposium
The theme this year is game changers: people, films and companies that have made a difference, documented history, broadened our perspectives, or all of the above. Join us for two stellar events!
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Game Changers: Media, History and Social Change
Find out how non-fiction and fiction films are influenced by history, aim to effect social change, or both. Film critic Elvis Mitchell moderates a distinguished panel featuring Academy Award nominated documentarian Kirby Dick (The Invisible War, This Film is Not Yet Rated), Cinematographer Joan Churchill (Aileen: Life & Death of a Serial Killer, Shut Up & Sing, Kurt & Courtney), Participant Media executive Jonathan King (Lincoln, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel), and Producer Julie Goldman (A Place at the Table, Buck, Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry).
6:30 p.m. Reception
7:30 p.m. Seminar/Q&A
9 p.m. Post-Reception
Off Campus Location:
Creative Artists Agency, Ray Kurtzman Theater
2000 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles
**Free LMU Student Transportation Available
RSVP required: www.steed2013.eventbrite.com
Thursday, March 21, 2013
Game Changers: A Place at the Table
Called “engaging and enraging” by Variety, A Place at the Table examines hunger in America through the lens of three people who struggle with food insecurity. Beautifully shot and edited, producer Julie Goldman and Participant executives Courtney Sexton, VP Documentary Film, and Alden Stoner, VP Social Action Film Campaigns, join us for Q&A following the screening. LMU SFTV Professor Marilyn Beker, author of The Screenwriter Activist: Writing Social Issue Movies, moderates.
Noon – 3 pm (includes box lunch provided by Craft)
On Campus Location:
Mayer Theater, Communication Arts Bldg., LMU
For information and to RSVP: www.steedaplaceatthetable.eventbrite.com