Entertainment That Matters: A Conversation with OSCAR-nominee Steve McQueen
Friday, February 28, 2014 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM (PST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Entertainment That Matters is a new speaker series focusing on the power of media, content and celebrity to raise awareness, educate, and impact social change. As Fortune 500 companies embrace social change while increasing revenues and sustainable entrepreneurship is at an all-time high, what are the implications for media and entertainment?
This inaugural event kicks off with BAFTA-winning director Steve McQueen. With huge critical and commercial success of OSCAR-nominated film "12 Years a Slave," McQueen will discuss the power of storytelling to educated a new generation about an important period in American history.
James Bridges Theatre at UCLA School of Theatre, Film & TV 235 Charles E Young Drive LA, CA 90095
Seating is limited, so RSVP is required.
Directions and Parking: From Hilgard Ave. enter the east side of campus at Wyton Dr.Make an immediate right turn onto Charles E. Young Dr. East and signs will direct you to Parking Structure 3. From the ground level of Structure 3, enter the underpass (or from the street level cross Charles E. Young Dr. North and proceed down steps) and walk straight alongside Melnitz and Macgowan Halls. Turn left at the plaza and proceed to the courtyard of theaters.
When & Where
Center for Management of Enterprise in Media, Entertainment & Sports
The Center for MEMES at UCLA Anderson is the preeminent center for thought leadership and management education in the media, entertainment and sports industries.