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ASU Film Spark hosts online Q&As with Hollywood pros

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April 09, 2020

Film Spark in the School of Film, Dance and Theatre at ASU is hosting a series of Q&As Monday nights throughout the month of April on the Film Spark YouTube channel.

During the Q&As, cinematographers, producers and other Hollywood professionals who helped bring audiences “Avengers: Endgame,” “Joker,” “The Amazing Spider-Man”, “Venom” and more will explore the debate on whether or not superhero movies are Cinema. 

The series kicked off April 6 with Scott Derrickson, the director of “Doctor Strange.” If you missed it, you can watch the Derrickson Q&A on YouTube

The schedule for the rest of the series:

  • April 13: Larry Sher, cinematographer, “Joker” and “The Hangover”
  • April 20: Chris Edwards, founder/CEO of visualization studio The Third Floor,  “Avengers Endgame” and “Star Wars” 
  • April 27: Matt Tolmach, producer and executive producer, "The Amazing Spider-Man", ”Venom”, "Jumanji" and "Future Man".

Livestreams begin at 7:30 p.m. The Q&As are part of the ASU course FMP-494: Welcome to Hollywood, but enrollment is not required to watch. Guests subject to availability, and students should RSVP for all events

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