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New Live Event Series: A Creative Life

February 27, 2012

The CDIA Film Alumni Association is excited to announce the launch of a brand new live event series entitled, "A Creative Life."

The program will provide moderated in-depth interviews, as well as audience Q&A, with actors, producers, directors, writers and other artists from the Washington D.C. area who will share their life stories and advice on surviving and succeeding in a creative career. The program will be filmed in front of a live audience at CDIA in Georgetown.

It is our honor to have as our first guest, Joel Westbrook, an Executive Producer for Interface Media Group in Washington, D.C., who has a forty year career in television.

Prior to IMG, 1995 - 2009, Westbrook was the founder and owner of Alexandria Productions. The company produced documentaries and other nonfiction programs for NBC, PBS, National Geographic Channel, Discovery, Discovery Science, Animal Planet, TLC, TBS and other domestic and international broadcasters. In 2007 Alexandria Productions, with production and post-production support from IMG, produced a two-hour documentary special The Boomer Century 1946-2046 for PBS broadcast. Westbrook was Producer/Director.

As Senior VP & Executive Producer of Time-Life Television & Video he oversaw all production including The History of Rock ‘n’ Roll, a ten-hour co-production with Warner Domestic Syndication and was Executive Producer of Time Life’s Lost Civilizations (NBC), a ten-hour documentary series. (Winner 1995-1996 Primetime Emmy Award: Outstanding Informational Series)

As Executive Vice President of Turner Productions, Westbrook was responsible for all non-fiction and reality-based programming on TBS and TNT includingNational Geographic Explorer, Cousteau’s Rediscovery of the World, Audubon’s World of Adventure and Trials of Life w/ David Attenborough (Co-production with BBC).

Prior to taking over Turner Productions, Westbrook produced hundreds of hours of sports coverage, studio, and other nonfiction programming, was involved in the launch of several cable channels and managed production and postproduction facilities in Los Angeles.

You are invited to join us for this special evening, which will take place on Wed, Feb 29th, at 7pm in Studio B at CDIA.

Seats will be limited, so please RSVP to Aaron Mullins at: aaron@rubacam.com

We look forward to seeing you there!


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