Sometimes we learn the most about life by staring in the face of death. Jesse lives a routine life until he takes on the care of his dying mother. Faced with her daily struggle with death, all that was routine in Jesse’s life—family, girlfriend, career—is called into question as he learns that real living is never routine.
Second Tuesday Reading February 18, 2003 at 7:00 p.m.
Rich by Lorna Sherman
Based on the writings and life of Kevin Alonso Sherman, Rich explores how the ways we identify ourselves affect our lives. A white suburban teenager discovers a father he never knew he had and must come to terms with a racial heritage he never knew he shared.
Upcoming classes taught by Dr. Hafed Bouassida at MCTC To Be or Not to Be …A Producer! 3 Thursdays, December 5 -19, 6 -9 pm, $72 www.mctc.mnscu.edu
Go to ifpmsp/org to find out more about the McKnight Artist Fellowship for Screenwriters 2003
Congratulate your your fellow Screenwriters’ Workshop members as finalists in the MN Independent Film Fund Awards, Monday, December 2 at the Walker Art Center, 5:30-8 pm. Congratulations to Kim Kotila, Jane O’Reilly and Steve Larson!