Don't come expecting to see an X-rated movie. Come expecting to see how they're made.
Beverly Hills, Calif. (PRWEB) February 4, 2010
Screenplay consultant Robert Flaxman, founder of Deep Feed-Back, announced today that on Thursday, February 18 at 9:30 PM he will speak at the University of Chicago’s Max Palevsky Cinema following a screening of his 70-minute documentary, "A Labor of Love." The audience will be invited to participate in the Q&A session.
"A Labor of Love" follows a young director and his equally young cast and crew as they attempt to produce their first feature length motion picture. Two weeks before principle photography commenced on their film, their backers insisted that several sex scenes be included to ensure the commerciality of their product. As "A Labor of Love"'s tagline explains, “Don't come expecting to see an X-rated movie. Come expecting to see how they're made.”
A predecessor to future reality television shows, "A Labor of Love" examines not only the cinematic process but also exposes the interpersonal relationships of the cast and crew as they confront uncomfortable, yet often humorous situations.
When it opened in theaters in 1976, "A Labor of Love" received excellent reviews from the Chicago Sun-Times (Roger Ebert), Chicago Tribune (Gene Siskel), the Los Angeles Times, and Variety.
The Max Palevsky Cinema is located at 1212 E. 59th Street, Ida Noyes Hall, The University of Chicago. Visit http://docfilms.uchicago.edu, or call (773) 702-8575.
About Deep Feed-Back
Deep Feed-Back is the only totally interactive, line-by-line, page-by-page screenplay consulting service. Although the process may last eight hours or more, the individual sessions are broken up into 2 – 4 hour periods and are geared to fit your schedule. No cold notes to interpret. Immediately improve your script!
About Robert Flaxman
Robert Flaxman is “quite simply the Rolls Royce of screenplay analysts,” declared Creative Screenwriting magazine in its “Analyzing the Script Analysts” review (Vol. 6 No. 5). Flaxman rated number one. His totally interactive method sets a new standard for thoroughness and specifically prepares screenplays for studios, investors, producers, and competitions. For more information on screenplay consultant Robert Flaxman, visit http://www.deepfeedback.com or call (310) 278-9578.