Monday, March 29, 2010

March Panel: Film and TV Criticism

Hey all,

Just a quick reminder that our March Panel is TOMORROW, Tuesday March 30th at 6:30pm at the Magic Lantern Theatre!

This month's panel is on Film and TV Criticism. It sounds dry, but it's not! Learn what movie critics are thinking when they give your new favorite film a thumbs-down. Find out why TV critics love that show you just hate. Learn how to become a better judge of film and TV, and how to better articulate your judgements. Get advice on becoming a critic.

Our panelists are...

Dan Webster - For years he was the Spokesman's resident movie critic. Now he writes for the Spokesman-owned 7 Blog. With wife Mary Pat Treuthart and Bob Glatzer, he hosts "Movies 101," a weekly radio show on Spokane Public Radio.

Bob Glatzer - Once a film director in New York, Glatzer is now a film critic and writer. He host "Movies 101" on Spokane Public Radio with Dan Webster and Mary Pat Treuthart. He also hosts an annual radio show on the Oscars.

Daniel Walters - A fairly recent Whitworth grad, Walters is a staff writer for the Inlander, where he regularly dissects TV series in the weekly feature, "Remote Possibilities."

The panel will be moderated by Pete Porter, who teaches Film Theory and Criticism at EWU. Porter is also the director of the Spokane International Film Festival (SpIFF).

If you're feeling social, arrive at 5:30 and drop into Isabella's next to the Magic Lantern for Social Hour.

Quick Recap:
What: FAVES March Panel: Film and TV Criticism
When: Tuesday, March 30th at 6:30pm (Social Hour at 5:30pm)
Where: The Magic Lantern Theatre, 25 W. Main in downtown Spokane.

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