Video Symphony Presents:
Pizza & Post with Fred Weintraub
"Bruce Lee, Woodstock and Me"
Tuesday January 31st 7-9pm
at Video Symphony
266 E. Magnolia Blvd. Burbank
Fred Weintraub is the Hollywood legend you've never heard of. Weintraub has been a filmmaker for longer than he would probably admit, having made over 40 films and more than 50 one-hour television episodes.This visionary showman started the careers of Bill Cosby, Joan Rivers, Woody Allen and Neil Diamond, founded the landmark club The Bitter End in Greenwich Village, championed the making of the Woodstock film, discovered the martial arts sensation Bruce Lee and produced the classic film Enter the Dragon, along with forty other motion pictures with such stars as Steve McQueen, George C. Scott, Robert Duvall, Kirsten Dunst and dozens of others.
In his insightful, funny, bawdy memoir, Bruce Lee, Woodstock and Me, Weintraub reminisces on his fifty-year journey through the entertainment business - foreign dictators, mobsters, movie executives, difficult stars, and red-baiting producers.
Pizza & Post is a great opportunity to gain new insights, ask a few questions, network with your post production peers, and eat a lot of pizza! There's free parking in the adjacent parking garage (entrance at 231 E. Palm St., one block east of Magnolia).
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