Adaptable: A Writers House Film Series

Please join us at the Writers House throughout the semester for “Adaptable: A Writers House Film Series” with screenings of adapted films. Each film will be paired with a discussion around the craft and methods of adaptation along with the social significance of their particular kind of storytelling. Professors from Rutgers–Camden and artists will join … Read more Adaptable: A Writers House Film Series

Sept. 28, 2016: An Evening with Toni Kalem

Wednesday, September 28, 2016 4:30-6 pm Rutgers–Camden Multi-Purpose Room Toni Kalem wrote the screenplay and directed the movie based on Anne Tyler’s third novel, A Slipping-Down Life, starring Lili Taylor and Guy Pierce (1999). It was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival.  She has also written the screenplay for Rutgers-Camden professor … Read more Sept. 28, 2016: An Evening with Toni Kalem

Emud Mokhberi to Teach Screenwriting Course

Emud Mokhberi is an Academy Award nominated writer and director. He has developed and sold an original feature length concept to Dreamworks Animation and written screenplays and directed visual development for La Petite Reine in Paris, France. He has worked as a technical director and character animator for Digital Domain and Sony Pictures, and presented … Read more Emud Mokhberi to Teach Screenwriting Course

Oct. 14, 2015: An Evening With Screenwriter and Director Robert Pulcini

Robert Pulcini (CCAS 1989) screens his new movie, “10,000 Saints,” and talks about his career in filmmaking. Along with his wife, Shari Berman, Pulcini has written and directed “American Splendor” (nominated for an Oscar for Best Screenplay and winner of the Movie of the Year from the American Film Institute), “The Nanny Diaries,” “The Extra Man,” … Read more Oct. 14, 2015: An Evening With Screenwriter and Director Robert Pulcini