Picture Lock is hosting another thought-provoking discussion on Diversity in Cinema in collaboration with George Washington University Mount Vernon Events and Special Services. This exclusive, FREE event will take place at the Blackbox Theater on the Mount Vernon Campus of George Washington University.
Our expert panelists in film and television will examine the state of diversity in cinema along the lines of ethnicity and gender through an open discussion with our studio audience. What is the state of diversity in cinema? Does diversity on the big screen matter? These questions and more will be discussed.
This event will be a live-to-tape studio audience discussion followed by an opportunity to meet and greet.
*RSVP is mandatory as seating is limited*
RSVP here through: Eventbrite
Professor Russell Williams: 2x Academy Award Winner & Professor at American University
Kimberly Skyrme: Casting Director of Kimberly Skyrme Casting
Christian Oh: Executive Director of the DC Asian Pacific American Film Festival
Via Buksbazen: Award Winning Producer and Screenwriter
Metro: From the Foggy Bottom Metro Station (nearest metro station) there is a shuttle that runs in front of Funger Hall on G street between 22nd and 23rd street. The shuttle bus runs every 5 minutes from Foggy Bottom Campus directly to Mount Vernon Campus.
Car: There is available parking in the on-campus parking garage for a fee.
For more information on directions and transportation: http://www.gwu.edu/mount-vernon-campus-directions-parking