Despicable Me writers, Cinco Paul & Ken Daurio call in to talk about their upcoming film festival, “The Greatest Movies Ever Written.’ It’s happing Setember 25th & 26th in Agoura Hills California.
|To purchase passes to “The Greatest Movies Ever Written,” go to www.91301.org|
|Presented by Agoura Hills Cultural Arts Council|
|Opens Friday September 2th at 6:00pm|
|Agoura Hills Regency Theatre Stadium 8, Agoura Hills – Phone: (818) 597-7361
|As part of a program series that celebrates the arts, the Agoura Hills Cultural Arts Council is presenting a 2-day film festival, Cinco and Ken’s “The Greatest Movies Ever Written!” at the Regency in Agoura Hills. Led by the blockbuster screenwriting team of Cinco Paul and Ken Daurio, who co-wrote Despicable Me Despicable Me 2 & are currently writing, Despicable Me 3. This festival places the spotlight on screenwriters. “Screenwriters are the unheard voice of the movie industry,” said Cinco Paul. “Yet the screenplay is the most important factor in whether or not a movie is great. We’ll be giving screenwriters their due. There’s not a single festival out there that I know of that focuses solely on screenwriters.” Cinco and Ken have selected their favorite films worthy of being watched multiple times because they ALL started with a wonderful screenplay. The movies’ screenwriters will join them for Q&A panels accompanying each screening to discuss the process of writing the movie, the choices made and how different the first drafts can be from the filmed version. “The Greatest Movie Ever Written!” happens Friday, September 25th and Saturday 26th. Program highlights include a VIP opening reception on Friday evening followed by all-day Saturday screenings. Friday at 6:00pm VIP reception featuring “Parenthood” with screenwriter, Lowell Ganz. Saturday at 11am, “Despicable Me” with screenwriters Cinco Paul and Ken Daurio, 2pm the cult horror favorite, “Tremors” with screenwriters Brent Maddock & S.S. Wilson and finally, 6pm Caroline Thompson will be coming to talk about Tim Burton’s cult classic, “Edward Scissorhands.”|