*** MEDIA ALERT***
The Creative Coalition and Liberated Artists
A LUNCHEON AND DIALOGUE EVENT CELEBRATING THE NEW ADAM RIFKIN FILM, “LOOK”
Who: Moderated by MSNBC senior political analyst and Emmy Award-winning producer and writer for the NBC series “The West Wing,” LAWRENCE O’DONNELL Jr., with writer/directorADAM RIFKIN, producers BRAD WYMAN (“Monster”) and BARRY SCHULER, The Creative Coalition executive director, ROBIN BRONK and others to be announced.
When: Thursday, November 8, 2007 at 12:00 pm
Please note this is a seated luncheon for invited guests only
What: A luncheon dialogue event with filmmakers and key political and societal decision makers on the issues of privacy vs. security raised in the upcoming film, “LOOK”
Where: Audi Pavilion atop the ArcLight Complex
6360 West Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90028
There are approximately 30 million surveillance cameras in the United States capturing covert images of average Americans as much as 200 times a day. As they watch in department stores, gas stations, changing rooms and public bathrooms, seemingly no one, nowhere are free from the vigilance of the hidden camera. The award- winning film “LOOK,” takes you into this exposed environment through several interlacing storylines that are expanded over the course of a week in a random city – with all of the action experienced through the dispassionate eyes of security cameras. Secret liaisons, scary killers, seductive teens, slacker workers—the root of all conspiracy isn’t who or what lies unseen behind the lens, but what is seen through it.
ABOUT THE CREATIVE COALITION
The Creative Coalition (www.thecreativecoalition.org) is the leading nonprofit, nonpartisan, social and public advocacy organization of the arts and entertainment community. Founded in 1989 by prominent members of the creative community, The Creative Coalition is dedicated to educating and mobilizing its members on issues of public importance, primarily public education, the First Amendment, arts advocacy, and runaway production. Headquartered in New York City, The Creative Coalition also has offices in Washington, DC, Los Angeles and San Francisco. The Creative Coalition does not endorse or raise funds for political parties or candidates.
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