AFI FEST 2010
CINEMA'S LEGACY WITH SCREENWRITER AARON SORKIN: Film TBA, check www.afifest.com for film title.
Presented by the American Film Institute and the Skirball Cultural Center, Cinema’s Legacy is an exciting series in which contemporary filmmakers screen work they credit with encouraging and shaping their art.
Aaron Sorkin made his Broadway playwriting debut at the age of 28 with the military courtroom drama, A FEW GOOD MEN, for which he received the John Gassner Award as Outstanding New American Playwright. His film adaptation of A FEW GOOD MEN was nominated for four Academy Awards, including Best Picture. He followed this success with the screenplays for MALICE, and THE AMERICAN PRESIDENTand produced and wrote the television series SPORTS NIGHT and THE WEST WING which won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series four times and garnered Mr. Sorkin two Peabody Awards and the Humanitas Prize, and three Television Critics Association Awards. He also won a Golden Globe, a Writers Guild Award and three Producers Guild Awards. Get your free tickets at www.afifest.com starting October 28th. Not available on Fandango.
Official Website: http://www.afifest.com
Added by AmericanCinematheque on October 29, 2010