Everyone has a movie in his or her own head. It compresses time, recasts the roles, and re-edits the scenes until it all comes out "just right." Some dreams are private; others can be rented at the video store. Oscar-nominated screenwriter and director Gary Ross discusses subjectivity, time, and memory through the prism of his film Pleasantville and other movies. Pleasantville, his tour-de-force directorial debut, broke new ground for its visual effects. Ross also wrote the screenplays for the hit movies Big and Dave.
Cut To: Subjectivity, Time, and the Movies
In the wake of recent events in the United States, director Gary Ross will be unable to participate in this previously scheduled event. The screening of Pleasantville has also been canceled.
Wednesday, 24 October 2001 - 5:30pm
International house of Philadelphia,
3701 Chestnut Street