CineNation Presents: Romance in Film
Wednesday, Feb. 19, 7:30 pm
The Lady Eve / Two for the Road
Wednesday, Feb. 26, 7:30 pm
Splendor in the Grass / Love with the Proper Stranger
Story Sessions Writing Workshop
Multi-genre narrative writing workshop
Starts Thursday, January 30, 7 – 9 pm and continues every Thursday for 6 weeks.
Do you have a short story, memoir, even narrative poem you’ve been meaning to get started or finish? Join this 6-week workshop to develop your story within a supportive environment of writers. We’ll talk about structure, character, plot, and pacing. Feedback will be targeted to your individual genre and needs.
Cost: $20/session. Full-workshop registration required. Register here.
Instructor: Michal Lemberger is the author of “After Abel
and Other Stories”, finalist for the Jewish National Book Award and honorable mention for the American Library Association’s Sophie Brody Medal.
Her essays and journalism have appeared in Real Simple, Slate, Salon, and many other publications. Her poetry has been published widely.
She is the Associate Fiction Editor at the Tahoma Literary Review and has many years of teaching experience, having taught literature and writing at UCLA, CSUN, AJU, and UCLA Extension.
The Tree of Life – The Form of Creation
Alternating Tuesdays at 7pm (February 18, March 3, March 17, March 31, April 14, April 28)
A talk by Dovid Krafchow explaining the common configuration shared between the Earth, the solar system and the human form.
Questions about life will be explored:
Who is Creator? Where is the Creator? What is creation? Where are we? Why are we here?
The Tree of life is composed of ten luminaries depicted as the Sun and the nine planets, the seven continents plus the three oceans and the human being made in three triangles: head, torso and hips plus the power of speech in the mouth.
Within the Tree of Life is the answer to all questions.
Dovid Krafchow has been studying the ancient Jewish mystical secrets for fifty years and has written 15 books, including Kabbalistic Tarot published by Inner Traditions.
Dead Rabbits Reading Series
Sunday, February 23, 7pm
Dead Rabbits L.A. is a new reading series in the heart of Los Angeles. Featuring emerging and established writers of poetry and prose alike, this reading series aims to bring together the literary community of Los Angeles. Open community to writers of all genres – poetry, fiction and nonfiction. Dead Rabbits strive for emotion & honesty & intelligence & grace, things that are read as movingly as they were created. Join us for words, drinks, and a whole lot of fun.
Oatmeal Zine Release Party with Readings
Friday, February 28, 7pm
Oatmeal Magazine: A Literary Breakfast of Champions hatched from its strangely speckled and lopsided egg in the summer of 2011, and was nursed by Trisha Remetir and Claire Stringer until summer 2015. The team has since grown into a mighty band of five fiercely affirming and tender-hearted babes, with the additions of Ali Giordani, Holly Sanderson, and Roz Sternberg. Contains adult content.
Kingdom of Swoon
Sunday, March 1, 7:30pm
Experimental films, projections, and visuals by selected Los Angeles artists.
Memoir-Writing Presentation & Workshop: Sponsored by Storyflect
Wednesday, March 25, 7:30pm
Have you ever wanted to share your life story? Are you searching for a way to capture your legacy and leave a mark on the world?
If so, it’s time to write your memoir!
This event is designed to help you begin the process of translating your identity into a self-defining book. Whether you want to create a record of your life, share past experiences with others, or capture your love story in words, we’re here to make the process of writing your book viable and engaging. After all, everyone has a story to tell.
In this workshop, we’ll cover the central ideas pertaining to life-writing. That includes:- Defining the memoir
– Discussing the importance of theme
– Making memoirs accessible
– Incorporating personality into the text
– Finding a structure
– Confronting outlines
– Examining components of the memoir (introductions, dialogue, chapter breaks, etc.)
We’ll also have an interactive discussion that invites you to discuss your own story. The only requirement is interest; no need to prepare materials beforehand.
Memoirs allow us to reclaim the past so we can live a better future. Let’s get started together!
RSVP to: email@example.com
Screenwriting Tribe Workshop
Every Sunday morning at 10:30am
For more info please visit https://www.meetup.com/Screenwriting-Tribe/
Collage Collage is taking a break due to scheduling conflicts. Return date TBD.