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AAWIC Women In Film Series
The event will take place August 29, 2012 from 6:30pm to 8:00pm at the Showbiz Cafe located at 19 W. 21st Street in New York City.
"A Conversation Film & Television Veteran, Pat Golden"
Pat Golden has worked as casting director, director and producer in film, television and theater. As a casting director, Golden's credits include The Killing Fields, Platoon, Blue Velvet, East Meets West, New Jack City and The Handmaid's Tale. For TV, Golden has cast for shows ranging from Saturday Night Live to American Playhouse. Golden produced and directed House Party II, A Documentary and The Making of HPII. She line produced three episodes of the children's show Field Trip and associate produced House Party II with Whoopi Goldberg, Hallelujah with James Earl Jones, and PBS' American Masters special on the NEC. Golden has directed and cast productions for such theatrical companies as The New York Shakespeare Festival and the American Place. She directed three Ed Bullins plays: Homeboy, Michael and Heavenly House. While majoring in Theatre and Anthropology at the Univ. ofPittsburgh, Golden founded her own theatre company, The South Oakland Arts Council, prior to her acceptance into the directing program at Carnegie-Mellon University.
"I have had the pleasure to attend several of The Women in Film series. The panelists are alway interesting and bring their experience and expertise to others in the Entertainment industry."
Judy Davis, Freelance Writer-BlackAtlas.com/Examiner.com
"I felt like I was in a womb..... supported and encouraged by a maverick group of women, at different stages of our filmmaking pathways ......encouraged to succeed!
Patrice Johnson, Independent Filmmaker
Fee: $10.00 (Includes one cup of coffee or tea)
AAWIC Members Discount Fee: $8.00 (Includes one cup of coffee or tea) these tickets are available at the door only.
Networking will be included in each event! Come meet the industry professionals!
Sponsored by Showbiz Cafe and Cordelia Donovan Inc.