Together with Cornell in Hollywood, we're kicking off November with a panel and Q&A at the WGA: GAMERTAINMENT - Gaming Goes Mainstream. We have an amazing lineup of speakers, and there will be a wine and cheese reception.
Entertainment companies: Meet & host Harvard interns in January 2017!
Still seeking event/party spaces for our NYC Chapter! Please get in touch if you have a large living room, conference room, or other meeting space you could donate. Thank you!
CATCH UP ON YOUR READING
Howl at the Moon Hollywood presents Ruby Clouds live on Wednesday, October 26 at 11PM. Guests will be able to take a FREE CD of Ruby Clouds' original music home with them!!
Ruby Clouds is Mariachi Veritas founder Claudia García '05 and her little brother Vid who is a master electric guitarist. Their dreamy sounds have serenaded audiences in the U.S. and Mexico and earned recognition from contests like Cantautor Latino and MusicaUnsigned.
From a recent review: "The dynamic duo features a bilingual alternative/R&B style that is perfectly infused with an ethereal sound making it both sophisticated and soulful."
Howl at the Moon Hollywood
1000 Universal Studios Boulevard
Universal City, CA 91608
No registration needed.
Greg DePaul writes:
"I'll be at NYU Bookstore from 6-7:30 discussing my book Bring the Funny: The Essential Companion for the Comedy Screenwriter.
"But I won't be alone. Harvard/Lampoon alum and Emmy-winning comedy writer Joe Toplyn will also be there talking about his book Comedy Writing for Late Night TV
"We're a double-header of comedy writing advice and mentorship!
"I believe books are discounted at the event. And there will be refreshments."
From executive producers Terrence Malick, Natalie Portman, and Chris Eyre comes this haunting and unflinching film about Native American gangs and our criminal justice system.
Join us for a special panel discussion and reception after the screening featuring Native American filmmaker Chris Eyre (Smoke Signals), director Jack Riccobono (AB '03), and producer Shane Slattery-Quintanilla (AB '03), moderated by Native American scholar and poet Molly McGlennen, Associate Professor of English at Vassar College.
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