IN THE FADE filmmaker Fatih Akin will participate in a Q&A at the Royal after the 7:20 PM screening on Friday, January 5.
QUEST filmmaker Jon Olshefski will participate in Q&A’s at the Monica Film Center after the 7:20 PM screenings on Friday and Saturday, December 15 and 16, as well as the 2:20 screening on Saturday. L.A. Times film critic Justin Chang will moderate the Friday Q&A and NASHVILLE writer Tim Olshefski will moderate the Saturday Q&A.
Actor-writer-activist Martin Sheen will participate in a Q&A at the Royal on Friday, December 15 after the 7 PM screening of KILLING FOR LOVE and signing copies of the book ‘A Far, Far Better Thing: Did a Fatal Attraction Lead to a Wrongful Conviction?,’ for which he wrote the foreword.
THE RAPE OF RECY TAYLOR producer Beth Hubbard will participate in Q&A’s at the Monica Film Center after the 4:40 and 7:10 PM screenings on Friday, December 8. Producer Laurens Grant will join her for the second screening.
The 7PM screenings of BILL FRISELL: A PORTRAIT at the NoHo will feature Q&A’s December 15-17:
Friday 15 – Singer-Songwriter Colin Hay. Before his solo career, Hay was front man of the band Men at Work. He has written many hits, including Land Down Under, Overkill and Who Can it Be Now.
Saturday 16 – Scott Goldman, Executive Director of the GRAMMY Museum. Goldman has moderated over 400 public programs at the GRAMMY Museum. From 2005-2016 he served as the Vice President of the GRAMMY Foundation and the MusiCares Foundation.
Sunday 17 – Singer-Songwriter-Guitarist-Producer Joe Henry. Joe Henry is an American singer-songwriter, guitarist, and producer. He has released 13 studio albums and produced multiple recordings for other artists, including three Grammy Award-winning albums.