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Thursday, October 29 • 2:45pm - 4:15pm
Script-to-Screen: Se7en

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Andrew Kevin Walker, writer of the psychological thriller Se7en, will roll up his sleeves to dissect his story’s chilling journey from script to screen. Referencing some of the most iconic scenes in cinematic history, Walker will guide us through his relationship with director David Fincher and how the two worked together to graph Fincher’s unique vision to the artfully disturbing nature of Walker’s script, along with their fight to preserve the ending that made Se7en so hauntingly memorable. What’s in the box you ask? Join this panel to find out.

Those who enrolled in the advance sign-up for this session are required to show up 15 minutes early and will be admitted first. The panel will then open to remaining Badge holders.

Moderators
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Christopher Boone

Moderator; Contributor nofilmschool.com
Christopher Boone is a screenwriter and filmmaker living in Albuquerque, New Mexico. His debut feature film Cents (centsthemovie.com), based on his 2012 Academy Nicholl Fellowship in Screenwriting semifinalist script, is currently touring the country via Tugg. He contributes to the blog No Film School (nofilmschool.com), where he shares lessons learned from professional screenwriters about the craft and business of screenwriting as well as his... Read More →

Panelists
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Andrew Kevin Walker

2015 Presenter of the Distinguished Screenwriter Award; writer Se7en, Sleepy Hollow, The Wolfman
Andrew Kevin Walker is known for writing SE7EN, Tim Burton's SLEEPY HOLLOW, rewrites of THE GAME and FIGHT CLUB, and scripts for HBO's TALES FROM THE CRYPT and PERVERSIONS OF SCIENCE, as well as two shorts -- THE FOLLOW and AMBUSH -- for the BMW Short Film Series, THE HIRE.  


Thursday October 29, 2015 2:45pm - 4:15pm
The Driskill Hotel, Ballroom presented by Final Draft

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