John Sayles Symposium
From the John Sayles Archive, U-M Library
- Date & Time
- June 4, 2014 - 10:30am to 11:45am
- Hatcher Graduate Library, Gallery (Room 100)
- Location Information
- Event Type
- Panel Discussion
John Sayles is first and foremost a writer. The author of four novels and two collections of short stories, Sayles first entered the film industry by writing screenplays produced by others. This panel examines Sayles’ unique voice, both on the page and on the screen, and offers insights into what makes his screenplays so unlike what we normally see at the movies.
Jim Burnstein Screenwriter and U-M Lecturer in Screen Arts & Cultures
Peter Ho Davies Fiction Writer and U-M Professor of English Language and Literature
A. Van Jordan Poet and U-M Professor of English Language and Literature
V. Prasad Screenwriter and U-M Lecturer in Screen Arts & Cultures (Moderator)
View the full list of events offered as part of the symposium Declaration of Independence: John Sayles as Author, Auteur, Founding Father.
The John Sayles Symposium is sponsored by the University of Michigan Department of Screen Arts & Cultures, University of Michigan Library, the Michigan Theater, and Cinetopia International Film Festival.