November 21, 2019
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By Monique Davis
Staff Writer

CSUDH got a taste of what it’s like to be taken over by Hollywood a couple of weeks ago when a film crew working on the new Netflix show “Space Force,” starring Steve Carrell and John Malkovich, occupied parts of the campus.

                But since 2014, Hollywood by the Horns, a program launched by Toddy Eames, an assistant professor in the communications department, has brought the entertainment industry to the campus in a less intrusive way: through offering programs and courses that both spur student’s creativity and get them in contact with media professionals with the hope that increased access will translate into increased opportunities.

                A good example of that access is the television writers panel Tuesday, Nov. 12. Writers from shows like  Adult Swim’s “Robot Chicken” and “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” will be part of a panel discussing TV writing from their perspective.

The panel will also field questions so whether you’re interested in Hollywood from a writing, directing, technical or acting side, this is your chance to ask those who know it the best.

           The event is free and begins at 7 p.m. in LSU Ballroom A. For information, contact vteames@csudh.edu.

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