UCLA TFT Alumni Newsletter - August 25, 2017
UCLA TFT Alumni Newsletter
August 25, 2017
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News and TFT Alumni Events
The Complicated Exodus of Art World Star Cauleen Smith

Cauleen Smith (MFA '02) is moving. She's leaving Chicago in November for Los Angeles, to teach at the California Institute of the Arts. She wanted to stay and teach here but didn't get the university jobs she applied for. She hasn't been in Chicago that long — just seven years. Still, in that time, she's launched parades and wrapped the Hyde Park Art Center in handmade wallpaper; less than two years after arriving, she landed a solo exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art that found room for jazz iconoclast Sun Ra, astrophysics, extraterrestrials and Stevie Wonder. She came here as a Sundance-certified filmmaker and will leave as a filmmaker who also makes sculptures, draws, paints, sews, presses vinyl records, creates puppets and leads marching bands through Chinatown. Her interests have stayed constant — science fiction, African-American history, technology, improvisational music, memory —but Smith is leaving as Exhibit A of the contemporary American artist who refuses to settle on a single defining art form.

The article continues here.
Film Scholars Lecture -
Charles Burnett: A Cinema of Symbolic Knowledge
September 7, 7:30 Linwood Dunn Theater
Linwood Dunn Theater
1313 Vine Street
Hollywood, CA, 90028

This event is SOLD OUT. There will be a STAND-BY LINE at the west doors (closest to Almont Dr.) with stand-by numbers given out starting at approximately 5:30 pm. The number of stand-by tickets available (if any) will be determined shortly before the start of the program.

Welcome reception at 6:30pm.

James Naremore is Chancellor’s Professor Emeritus in communication and culture, English and comparative literature at Indiana University. His Academy Film Scholars Lecture will be based on his forthcoming book,  Charles Burnett: A Cinema of Symbolic Knowledge, which is the first full-length commentary on a key figure in the “L.A. Rebellion” and an artist whom many critics regard as the most significant African-American filmmaker.

Although Burnett’s career has developed against the odds and sometimes at the margins of the industry, it shows remarkable integrity and consistency, resulting in important features such as  Killer of Sheep(1978),  To Sleep with Anger (1990),  The Glass Shield (1995) and the 1996 television movie  Nightjohn; absorbing mixtures of documentary and fiction such as  Nat Turner: A Troublesome Property (2003) and  Warming by the Devil’s Fire (2003); and brilliant short films such as  The Horse (1973) and  When It Rains (1995).

Naremore’s talk will provide an overview of the films, emphasizing their social criticism, themes, humor, musical influences and, above all, their commitment to the moral and educational value of what Burnett once described as “symbolic knowledge.” He will give special attention to one of Burnett’s major achievements,  To Sleep with Anger, which tells a story of class tensions within a black family and skillfully blends Southern gothic folklore with gentle comedy.  To Sleep with Anger will screen following the talk.

This is the 15th in a series of lectures spotlighting recipients of the Academy Film Scholars grant. Established in 1999, the Academy Film Scholars program is designed to stimulate and support the creation of new and significant works of film scholarship about aesthetic, cultural, educational, historical, theoretical or scientific aspects of theatrical motion pictures.
Marjorie Prime Now Playing in NY and LA
Starring Tim Robbins ('82), Marjorie Prime opened Friday, August 18th at the Laemmle Monica Film Center and Playhouse 7, and was directed and adapted from the stage by acclaimed filmmaker Michael Almereyda. The film was awarded the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Feature Film Prize at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.

In the near future, a time of artificial intelligence: 86-year-old Marjorie (veteran actress Lois Smith, TWISTER, TRUE BLOOD, DEAD MAN WALKING)—a jumble of disparate, fading memories—has a handsome new companion (Jon Hamm, MAD MEN, BABY DRIVER) who looks like her deceased husband and is programmed to feed the story of her life back to her. What would we remember, and what would we forget, if given the chance? Also starring Academy Award® winners Geena Davis (THELMA & LOUISE) and Tim Robbins ('82) (THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION, MYSTIC RIVER), MARJORIE PRIME is based on Jordan Harrison’s Pulitzer-nominated play, exploring memory and identity, love and loss.

New York Tickets (Quad Cinema): http://bit.ly/QuadMarjoriePrime
LA Tickets (Laemmle’s Monica Film Center + Playhouse 7): http://bit.ly/LaemmleMarjoriePrime
In Tune to Premiere at
168 Film Festival
An official selection of the international 168 Film Festival with five nominations including Best Film in it’s category, the short film “IN TUNE” is written, produced and directed by award winning screenwriter, Laura Woodworth (TFT Professional Programs 2014). The film premieres August 27, 2017 at the Regal Cinemas Premier House at LA Live at which time festival winners will be announced.

“IN TUNE” is about a success-driven violinist obsessed with avoiding the mistakes of her father. An injury leads to a desperate choice which threatens her career and future marriage and throws her into a crisis with God. With violin pieces performed live by lead actress Audrey DeLeón, the short film features original music written by Integrity Music artists Dustin Smith and Alisa Turner and Grammy-nominated, Dove Award winning songwriter Michael Farren, who is up for three more Dove Awards this year.
Jim Gavin's Lodge 49 AMC Series Casts Five Series Regulars
From Deadline:

Sonya Cassidy (Humans), David Pasquesi (Veep), Eric Allan Kramer (Mike & Molly), Brent Jennings (Shameless) and Linda Emond (The Big Sick) have been case as series regulars opposite star Wyatt Russell in AMC’s upcoming comedic drama series Lodge 49, from creator Jim Gavin ( UCLA Extension Instructor), showrunner Peter Ocko and executive producer Paul Giamatti. The series is slated to air in 2018.

Written and created by Gavin, the straight-to-series Lodge 49 is a modern fable set in Long Beach and centers on Sean “Dud” Dudley (Russell), a likable ex-surfer who attempts to maintain his positive outlook on life while still reeling from the death of his father, the collapse of the family business, and any semblance of the idyllic middle-class life he knew. Dud finds himself deposited by fate at the doorstep of Lodge 49, home to the Ancient and Benevolent Order of the Lynx, a dusty dying fraternal order. Dud finds solace in this dark, mysterious retreat, which offers cheap beer and strange alchemical philosophies. There he meets his mentor, Ernie Fontaine (Jennings), a “Luminous Knight” of the Order, who sells plumbing supplies by day. Despite the constant pushback from his more skeptical, pragmatic twin sister, Liz (Cassidy), Dud and Ernie find themselves drawn by the Lodge into some long-buried secrets and modern day conspiracies.

Pasquesi plays Blaise St. John, the resident philosopher of the Lynx. He tends bar at Lodge 49 and runs his own pot dispensary. Kramer portrays Scott Mills, Long Beach Port Harbor Patrol officer and straight shooter, who enjoys his personal watercraft and playing drums in a surf rock cover band. Emond is Connie Mills, an old-school journalist, a lover of words and smoke filled taverns. She married her third husband (and Lynx member), Scott Mills (Kramer), who brought her along to Lodge 49.

Cassidy most recently starred in Season 2 of Channel 4 and AMC’s series Humans, and will next be seen in BBC One’s adaptation of Wilkie Collins’ classic gothic novel The Woman In White. She’s repped by Independent Talent Group.

Jennings has most recently appeared on Modern Family, Shameless and Murder in The First. He’s repped by Vanguard Management Group.

Pasquesi, a Second City alumnus, recurs on Veep as Selena Meyer’s (Julia Louis Dreyfus) ex-husband Andrew Meyer. He’ll next be seen in Deniz Ergüven’s indie feature, Kings, which is premiering at next month’s Toronto Film Festival. He is repped by Innovative and Stacy Abrams.

Kramer recently appeared on The Librarians, Shooter and the film Pitching Tents. He’s repped by Stone Manners Salners and manager Bob McGowan.

Emond recently appeared in the film The Big Sick and on television in Georgia O’Keeffe with Joan Allen and Jeremy Irons. She’s repped by CAA.

Lodge 49 is exec produced by Ocko, Gavin, Giamatti and Dan Carey for AMC Studios.
Easy Rider Screening with a Live Score
Friday, September 8th at The Wiltern
Ticket information is available here. Facebook event page is here.

The Wiltern has offered to 4 pairs of tickets for TFT alumni for this event. To grab a pair for yourself, send an email to alumni@tft.ucla.edu with your Name and Graduation Year. These tickets are only available to TFT alumni.
New Brain Panel with Writers of Brooklyn Nine-Nine @ UCB
8/26 at Noon

Saturday, August 26 2017
Inner Sanctum
5419 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90027
The Writers of Brooklyn Nine-Nine

Writers of Brooklyn Nine-Nine discuss their training at UCB, careers in comedy, writing for a network sitcom, and generally being cool in the biz.

Neil Campbell (BK99, Comedy Bang! Bang!)
Lang Fisher (BK99, The Mindy Project)
Phil Jackson (BK99, Key & Peele)
Matt Lawton (BK99, Community)
David Phillips (BK99, Rick and Morty)
Jeff Topolski (BK99, The New Deal)

Moderated by: Kerry O'Neill

Film School Shorts - Season Launch Party
Wednesday, September 27th
KQED and PBS SoCal invite you to the
Film School Shorts Season Launch Party at The Continental Club in DTLA


Season 5 Reveal
Special Guests
Light Reception
Network with industry broadcasters, funders, and distributors.

Admission is free * Space is limited * 21 & over


Film School Shorts is a national half-hour weekly series that showcases short student films from across the country. Each week, viewers can watch well-crafted films with high production values, strong dialogue and riveting drama. Grouped together around a central theme or topic, and featuring production values that rival their indie film counterparts, KQED is proud to present award winning entertainment to a national audience. Featured are the best short films from major institutions like NYU, Columbia University, UCLA, USC and University of Texas that have wowed audiences at Cannes, Sundance, Toronto, Telluride and SXSW.

2018 HBO Asian Pacific American Visionaries Short Film Competition
Submissions Now Open

HBO Asian Pacific American Visionaries is a short film competition sponsored by HBO that provides emerging directors of Asian and/or Pacific Islander descent the opportunity to showcase their work.
Judged by a panel of HBO executives, industry leaders, and fellow APA filmmakers, the competition seeks to identify cinematic storytellers who offer unique perspectives of the Asian Pacific American experience. The theme for the 2018 APA Visionaries Short Film Competition centers around the concept of “home”. Films should explore the meaning of “home” in a creative and innovative way.
In addition to receiving cash prizes, the three films will be selected to make their premiere at the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival in April 2018 and offered the opportunity to license their film to premiere exclusively on HBO and/or its platforms during Asian Pacific American Heritage Month in May 2018.

Winners will be announced in February 2018. Film premieres will be at HBO's sole discretion.

Musical Theatre Guild 2017-2018 Season Announced
The Musical Theatre Guild 2017-2018 season includes many UCLA Theatre Arts grads. Some alumni members in the group include Kelly Lester ('81), Will Collyer ('01), Roger Befeler ('92), and Glenn Rosenblum ('82).

Musical Theatre Guild, is comprised of the finest musical theatre artists in the Los Angeles area, producing staged concert readings (book in hand) of Broadway’s forgotten gems and undiscovered treasures at the Alex Theatre in Glendale, CA. Members represent over 60 Broadway shows, 79 Broadway National Tours, countless regional productions, cast recordings, solo albums, voiceovers, commercials, film & television appearances, plus dozens of Ovation, Drama Desk, and Tony Award Nominations.

We are offering a 20% subscription discount for our season of Four musicals: Sugar , Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown , High Society and Honeymoon in Vegas . Discount code is UCLA20 and there is no maximum of subscriptions you can purchase. Each subscription is 20% off the regular price.

“The Mindy Project”: Six Seasons of Style Curated by Costume Designer Salvador Perez will Feature Iconic Costumes, Photography, and Sketches from the Beloved Hulu Series

The Exhibit Opens to the Public on Saturday, August 26, 2017 at the Paley Center’s Beverly Hills Location

In celebration of the upcoming sixth and final season of The Mindy Project , The Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills will showcase the bold color palette and trendsetting style of the critically acclaimed Hulu original comedy series, in an immersive and first-of-its-kind exhibit curated by the series’ Emmy-nominated Costume Designer and President of the Costume Designers Guild, Salvador Perez, that will run exclusively at the Paley Center beginning August 26, 2017 .

“The Mindy Project”: Six Seasons of Style Curated by Costume Designer Salvador Perez will explore the unique relationship that costumes have played in bringing the series to life, featuring costumes worn by the cast from seasons past and yet to be seen during the final sixth season. The interactive exhibit will also feature life-size episodic photography, costume sketches, and behind-the-scenes video segments that will take visitors inside Mindy Lahiri's fun, fabulous and oh-so-stylish world.
“We’re thrilled to give fans of The Mindy Project the rare up-close opportunity to see the fun and vibrant costumes worn by the loveable Mindy Lahiri,” said Maureen J. Reidy, the Paley Center’s President & CEO. “This exclusive exhibit is one of the many examples of the unique, artistic, and immersive exhibit experiences the Paley Center provides to visitors year round.”

"Salvador Perez is an incredible artist who matched Mindy Lahiri's larger-than-life personality with couture beyond any woman's dreams. You may not approve of everything Mindy says, but you always approve of her fashion," said The Mindy Project  creator, writer, executive producer and star Mindy Kaling. 

"Costume designing  The Mindy Project  has been a career defining experience for me, I could never have imagined how magical this project would be. Looking back over six seasons and 117 episodes, I am very proud of the colorful, fashionable world I was able to create and share with the fans of  The Mindy Project.  This exhibit is a gift to the fans who have been so supportive all these years," said costume designer Salvador Perez. 

Whether bedecked in dazzling sequined saris, to-die-for coats, or au courant gold unitards, Mindy Lahiri (played by Mindy Kaling) is one of television’s most fashion-forward characters and her iconic style has added a unique and popular facet to the beloved, award-winning series. The final, sixth season of  The Mindy Project  premieres Tuesday, September 12 on Hulu, with new episodes streaming weekly on Tuesdays. All episodes of seasons one through five are currently streaming on Hulu.

In addition to the exhibit, the cast and creative team of The Mindy Project , including Mindy Kaling, will appear at the Paley Center on September 8, as part of PaleyFest Fall Previews. The evening will include a special preview of the upcoming season and an intimate discussion with the cast and creative team, followed by an audience Q & A. For more information and to purchase tickets please visit paley.me/previews.
“The Mindy Project”: Six Seasons of Style Curated by Costume Designer Salvador Perez  which is free and open to the public, will run at the Paley Center through October 1, 2017 .

For more information visit paley.me/mindyexhibit .
Recuerdos de un cine en español:
Latin American Cinema in Los Angeles, 1930-1960
September 23 – December 10, 2017

UCLA Film & Television Archive is preparing a major research, preservation and exhibition project, as part of the Getty led  Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA initiative. Recuerdos de un cine en español: Latin American Cinema in Los Angeles, 1930-1960 will spotlight the Spanish-language film culture of downtown Los Angeles with an extensive program of film screenings in fall of 2017. Between 1930 and 1960, Los Angeles played host to a vibrant Latin American cinema culture centered on North Main Street’s Mexican-American neighborhoods, where nearby venues such as the Teatro Eléctrico, the California Theatre and the Million Dollar Theatre showed films originating from Mexico, Argentina and Cuba. Los Angeles was also a center of production and distribution for Spanish-language films. Not only have a number of the downtown cinemas been destroyed or fallen out of use, but some of the films have also fallen out of history, unpreserved or their memory lost.

With  Recuerdos de un cine en español, audiences and film historians will rediscover Los Angeles as one of the most important hubs in the U.S. for the production, distribution and exhibition of films made for Spanish-speaking audiences. The project has already resulted in a landmark partnership with the Cinemateca de Cuba—a national film archive that has not previously collaborated with a U.S. cultural institution—to identify, restore and distribute pre-revolutionary Cuban cinema. In addition to the Cinemateca de Cuba, the Archive will also be working with the Cineteca Nacional of Mexico and the Fundación Cinemateca Argentina on this groundbreaking project to research and preserve pre-1960 Latin American films. Recuerdos de un cine en español: Latin American Cinema in Los Angeles, 1930-1960 is supported through grants from the Getty Foundation.

Exhibition titles will include:
Allá en el Rancho Grande  (dir. Fernando de Fuentes, 1936)
¡Asegure a su mujer!  (dir. Lewis Seiler, 1935)
Casta de roble  (dir. Manolo Alonso, 1954)
Castillos en el aire  (dir. Jaime Salvador, 1938)
Enamorada  (dir. Emilio Fernández, 1946)
María Elena (She-Devil Island)  (dir. Raphael Sevilla, 1936)
La mujer del puerto  (dir. Arcady Boytler, 1935)
Nada más que una mujer  (dir. Harry Lachman, 1934)
El rey de los gitanos  (dir. Frank R. Strayer, Miguel de Zárraga, 1933)
Salón México  (dir. Emilio Fernández, 1949)
Santa  (dir. Antonio Moreno, 1932)
Los tallos amargos  (dir. Fernando Ayala, 1956)
El vampiro negro  (dir. Román Viñoly Barreto, 1953)
Verbena trágica  (dir. Charles Lamont, 1939)
Víctimas del pecado (dir. Emilio Fernández, 1951)
La vida bohemia  (dir. Josef Berne, 1938)
La Virgen de la Caridad  (dir. Ramón Peón, 1930)
Casta de Roble  (1954)

  •  Researching, collecting, cataloging and restoring Spanish-language films, in cooperation with the Cinemateca de Cuba, Cineteca Nacional of Mexico, and the Fundación Cinemateca Argentina
  •  A film exhibition that will screen in Los Angeles from September 23 - December 10, 2017 at the Billy Wilder Theater and the Downtown Independent
  •  The publication of a bilingual exhibition catalog
  •  Oral histories with film archivists, scholars and other individuals on Spanish-language film culture in Los Angeles, which will be available to researchers
  • Hollywood Goes Latin: Spanish-Language Cinema in Los Angeles, a multi-disciplinary symposium that was held April 29–30, 2017 at the Linwood Dunn Theater in Los Angeles, as part of the 2017 FIAF Congress, co-hosted by UCLA Film & Television Archive and the Academy Film Archive
  •  The publication of an anthology of critical essays, Recuerdos de un cine en español: Cinema between Latin America and Los Angeles, Origins to 1960 (edited by Colin Gunckel, Jan-Christopher Horak, Lisa Jarvinen; Rutgers University Press)
  •  A touring exhibition of selected films that will travel to other cities in North America, beginning in 2018.

  • "UCLA teams with Cuban film archive on Latin American cinema project" — Los Angeles Times
  • "Cuban Film Restoration Project Launched at UCLA" — Variety
Recuerdos de un cine en español is part of  Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, a far-reaching and ambitious exploration of Latin American and Latino art in dialogue with Los Angeles, taking place from September 2017 through January 2018 at more than 70 cultural institutions across Southern California. Pacific Standard Time is an initiative of the Getty. The presenting sponsor is Bank of America.

More info at www.cinema.ucla.edu.
Independent Film, Now! Master Class
August 26th
Filmmakers Alliance has supported the production of hundreds of independent shorts and features since 1993 and once again brings you INDEPENDENT FILM NOW - a state-of-the-union look at the indie film landscape, as well as an A to Z, step-by-step seminar for independent filmmakers, providing the KEY information needed to get your next project MADE and SEEN. INDEPENDENT FILM NOW is a clear, concise and complete view of independent filmmaking, helping you create a blueprint for your life as a filmmaker!! 

Find out more info at:

A special offer for TFT alumni:

Tickets are $50, but we have discount code for partners: FAFRIENDS . Using the code, tix are only $20 and includes lunch. 
Job Listings and Available Services
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Screenwriting Instructor at MSMU

The MFA in Creative Writing at Mount Saint Mary's University, Los Angeles is seeking a part time instructor in Screenwriting. The applicant must also be prepared to teach courses in Latino/a and or Black Cinema, as well as general ability in Film Studies. 

The instructor will be expected to teach both online and in the weekend program at the Doheny Campus, and must be comfortable in/willing to teach in the Canvas platform. Creativity within this medium is appreciated. 

Duties will also include directing graduate theses in Screenwriting and on some occasions acting as a second reader on theses in other genres. 

All pertinent info is found in the following link:
Assistant Level Positions

SVP of Development for a major television studio is looking for an Executive Assistant with at least one year of desk experience at an agency or management company. The ideal candidate is organized, loves to read, and has a strong interest in TV development. Please email resumes to tvdevelopmentasst2017@gmail.com 8/17

Principato-Young Entertainment is one of LA’s top management companies. We are seeking an Administrative Assistant for one of our senior managers. This is a great opportunity to pursue a career in the comedy talent space. We require a strong degree of multi-tasking, a sharp focus for details, story analysis and the ability to work in a fast-paced, client-driven environment. Agency and/or production experience a major plus. The usual administrative skill sets are required. We offer a competitive industry hourly rate with a generous benefits package. Please send resumes to rgardner@pyent.com 8/17

Looking for an Assistant to two managers at one of the top tier management companies in Hollywood. Must have industry experience prior. Ideal candidate will have experience in some aspect of representation but not mandatory. One manager is on the lit side working with writers, directors and producers in tv and film. The other is mostly on the talent side working with a really diverse range of actors, supermodels, musicians, comics, producers, digital influencers, hosts and personalities. Great desk to learn all aspects of the business. Interested candidates should send their resume to ManagerAsst350@gmail.com 8/17

Full service talent, music, literary management and production company seeks a highly motivated Assistant to a manager in the talent department. Must be detail oriented with excellent communication skills and the desire to learn and grow in the entertainment business. Job responsibilities include but are not limited to heavy emails, phones, scheduling, reading scripts and liaising with clients. Candidate must have at least one year of prior agency or management experience. Please email resume to pwetalentassistant@gmail.com 8/17

Executive producer, actor, and director Justin Baldoni is looking for an Assistant to join the team at his production company Wayfarer Entertainment. Duties include managing emails, scheduling, errands, and general office administrative work. We’re currently developing and producing multiple television shows and films so it’ll be a very hands-on role. You’ll work in a fast-paced entrepreneurial and creative environment. Looking for someone who is motivated by Wayfarer’s mission and the service-oriented ethos of the company. Email all inquiries to jbassist@wearewayfarer.com 8/17

Lakeshore Entertainment seeks an energetic, proactive, and detailed-oriented Production Assistant to start immediately in our Beverly Hills office. Responsibilities include maintaining a clean office space and stocking the kitchen, reading submissions and writing coverage, providing general administrative support as needed. Lakeshore Entertainment offers an excellent benefits package in a great working environment. Please email resumes and cover letters to afox@lakeshoreentertainment.com 8/17

Silver Lining Entertainment, a full service talent management company, is seeking an Assistant to a high volume talent manager desk. Only seeking candidates with a year of agency or management experience and who are familiar with the casting world. This position requires an elevated degree of multi-tasking, a sharp focus for details and the ability to work in a dynamic, fast-paced, client-driven environment, coordinating schedules, appointments and travel. Please send resume and cover letter to sle.assistant1@gmail.com 8/17

Busy unscripted LA based production company is seeking an Executive Assistant/Office Manager to work for one of its CEO’s. Candidates should work well in team-oriented environments, are able to perform in high stress situations, are passionate about unscripted entertainment and are always one step ahead of the game. Responsibilities include rolling calls, heavy scheduling, along with general office administrative duties. Agency and/or production company experience required. Must know Microsoft Office programs and Outlook. Please submit resume to officemanager@invent.tv 8/17
Personal Assistant Positions

Seeking Personal Assistant for high profile actress based in Los Angeles. She is looking for someone with approximately a year of experience who can help her with heavy scheduling and maintaining her social media pages. Experience and passion for social media/branding is a major plus. Please send resumes to personalassistant90212@gmail.com 8/17
Nerative Script Coverage Tool
TFT alumnus Curtis Baxter (MFA '15) has developed, with a team of UCLA alumni, a new, Bruins-only script coverage tool called nerative.

Perfect your story with Hollywood’s fastest growing and best way to receive detailed, professional caliber feedback. No matter if it’s for film & television, stage, or a college personal statement- this Bruins only team at nerative has you covered. Welcome to a new way to re-define story. Welcome to nerative! 

Visit us at  nerative.com
50% Off Tickets for Alumni to Saturday's Screening of Ghost World
Cinespia would love to extend (for UCLA Students + Alumni) a special 50% off code for this Saturday’s GHOST WORLD screening.  Code for 50% off to enter: STU2017

Link here to purchase: 

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Complimentary Tickets
to Laugh Factory
Supply and Demand continues to be the most popular show at the Laugh Factory, and the run has been extended through September for Hollywood and Long Beach! And we have a limited number of complimentary tickets for you and your friends.

Supply and Demand has been featured by everything from Time Out Los Angeles to ESPN. The show is packed with talent, and surprise guests at some of the venues have included Whitney Cummings, Joe Rogan, Jerrod Carmichael, Pete Holmes, Darrell Hammond, and more.

To get the complimentary tickets, visit http://www.ComedySupply.com
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