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Pauline Book & Media Center, presents
“How to Watch a Movie: What You Are Missing on the Screen"
a presentation by Barbara R. Nicolosi
(Executive Director, Act One, Inc.)
- The 7 Levels of Meaning in Cinema
- What Do We Mean When We Say Cinema is "a Visual Medium"?
- Good News from Hollywood for People of Faith
Monday, April 25th
7:00 pm- 8:00 pm
Pauline Books and Media
4403 Veterans Blvd.
Metairie, LA 70006
Originally from Portsmouth, Rhode Island, Barbara R. Nicolosi has an M.A. in Television and Film from Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, and a B.A. from the Great Books Program at Magdalen College in Warner, NH.
Ms. Nicolosi is the founding Director of Act One, Inc, a non-profit training and formation program for Hollywood writers and executives. Now in its fifth year, Act One keynotes artistry, professionalism, ethics and Christian spirituality. A screenwriter herself, Ms. Nicolosi has consulted on numerous film, television and video productions. She has written The Work for IMMI Pictures, of Beverly Hills, and Select Society, on the life of the poet Emily Dickinson currently in development with Reel Life Women Productions, Bel Air, CA.
A media columnist for the National Catholic Register, Ms. Nicolosi was the recipient of Catholic Press Awards in 2000 and 2002. Her articles have appeared in many periodicals including Liguorian, Catholic Parent, Religion Teachers Journal, Leaves, Christianity and the Arts, Crisis, Catholic Answers and Canticle. Miss Nicolosi has also been featured as a guest or commentator on CNN, CBS, NPR, EWTN, CBN, and in the Los Angeles Times, the Wall Street Journal and the Chicago Tribune.
For any questions regarding this event, please call 323-462-1348 or email firstname.lastname@example.org