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Brown Bag Lunch with Writer/Producer/Director CHARLES MURRAY

Reeblack Inc.

Saturday, October 19, 2013 from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM (EDT)

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On Saturday October 19, Reelblack, Philly's #1 promoter of African-American Film, Art Sanctuary and The Dysfunctional Screenwriters Society will host a special 2 hour Brown Bag Lunch with writer/producer/director CHARLES MURRAY (Things Never Said).  Workshop will take place at Art Sanctuary, 628 S. 16th Street (at Bainbridge) from 11am-2pm.  Cost is $10.  Bring your own lunch and get tips from a Hollywood screenwriting veteran.

Space is limited.  Tickets will be on sale at the door, but pre-registration is encouraged.

Charles is currently Co-Executive Producer of the FX hit SONS OF ANARCHY.  His debut feature, THINGS NEVER SAID, opens Friday October 18 at the AMC Loews Cherry Hill.  We encourage you to see the movie the night before attending this very special event.

View the trailer at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Br0lYKSvffU

Charles Murray, Writer/Producer/Director

Charles Murray has spent the last 10 plus years as a television writer and has worked with TV heavyweights like David Milch (Deadwood, NYPD Blue), Steven Bochco (Hill Street Blues) and Ed Bernero (Criminal Minds, Third Watch). His recent foray into features is a natural extension of his ability to tell and share the best stories he can, on platforms his audience habitually and consistently consumes. 

Working on shows like Sons of Anarchy,Castle, Criminal Minds and V, he’s cultivated a rich, methodical storytelling sensibility as well as the relationships one would imagine you need to feed the all-encompassing TV pipeline.  He’s also written features for 20th Century Fox, Lionsgate and Screen Gems.  Things Never Said is his first feature film.

Q&A Moderated by Mike D. and Keith Chamberlain

Mike D

A graduate of both New York University and The American Film Institute,[2] his short films and documentaries have won numerous awards and have screened worldwide. In 1999, Dennis founded Reelblack, a full-service production company based in Philadelphia, PA.[3] In addition to producing work-for-hire, it is responsible for Reelblack TV, an entertainment/newsmagazine originally broadcast on PhillyCAM/DUTV.[4] Partnered with YouTube, it has over 9 million views. Reelblack Presents and Soul Food Cinema are monthly film screenings designed to showcase classic films and work by up-and-coming filmmakers that relate to the Black experience. Since 2002, Reelblack has screened and/or promoted over 1000 films.

Keith Chamberlain

Keith Chamberlain is a New Jersey-based filmmaker who was written and directed three short films, Relationship Status (2011), The House of the Wicked (2012) and The Friend of My Friend is Apparently Not My Friend (2013). In addition, he serves as the founder of the Dysfunctional Screenwriters Society (www.thedssociety.com), which for nearly four years, has aided aspiring screenwriters in the Philadelphia/New Jersey region develop their talents and hone their screenwriting skills.

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Art Sanctuary
South 16th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19146

Saturday, October 19, 2013 from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM (EDT)


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Organizer

Reeblack Inc.

Reelblack/Syncopation is a full-service film and video production company dedicated to creating and promoting “good movies ’bout Black Folks.”  We curate a monthly screening series at International House called REELBLACK PRESENTS, which promotes “discoveries and rediscoveries in African-American film.” SOUL FOOD CINEMA is a more intimate event that takes place at Cafe Mills; MOVIE MEETUPS are designed to show financial support to targeted films. Proud member of AFFRM--The African-American Film Festival Releasing Movement.

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