Final Draft Meetup & Screening with Wedding Crashers Co-Screenwriter Steve Faber
Monday, December 9, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM (PST)
Los Angeles, CA
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Enjoy a drink and network with screenwriter Steve Faber followed by a screening of his classic hit Wedding Crashers on the patio at the Cat & Fiddle
Are you a screenwriter looking to network with other creatives and hang out with an acclaimed screenwriter?
Join Final Draft, Inc. at the Cat & Fiddle on December 9th for our monthly meetup, featuring Steve Faber, screenwriter of We're The Millers and Wedding Crashers.
The meetup starts at 7pm with mingling and networking with fellow screenwriters and filmmakers and a Q&A at 8pm. After the meetup, Cat & Fiddle will screen Steve Faber's Wedding Crashers in their courtyard.
Final Draft, Inc. is offering this special event to you free of charge. Plus, Cat & Fiddle has a special deal for you - Monday is $10 dollar Pie & Pint night. Yup! $10 dollars for your choice of a meat, vegetarian or chicken pie and pint of creative juice (draft beer).
Don't miss out and join us for good food, good fun and good movies!
ABOUT STEVE FABER
After graduating from UCLA, earning degrees in both literature and history, Steve went on to graduate from Law School. It was there that he realized he had made a terrible mistake. However, it was also there when he realized that there is no money in poetry and no poetry in money. Steve went on to become an American screenwriter with his most notable work being the comedy hit Wedding Crashers. His next film We're The Millers was also a recent success at the box office. He has worked on various televison projects including Married With Children. Steve has taken part in many panels and interviews on the DVD “Writers on Writing”. He also contributes to The Huffington Post with his acclaimed political blog titled “Washingwood”. Currently, Steve is developing projects for both television and film.
When & Where
Final Draft, Inc.
Final Draft, Inc. was founded in 1991 to develop a scriptwriting program that allows the writer to concentrate on the creative process and not on Hollywood's stringent formatting rules. Since then, Final Draft has become the Hollywood industry standard and the world's #1–selling scriptwriting program.
To learn more about Final Draft, Inc., visit: www.finaldraft.com.