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SCL Screening X2 with John Ottman

Event: SCL Screening X2 with John Ottman
Date: July 15, 2003
Time: 7:00 pm

THE SOCIETY OF COMPOSERS AND LYRICISTS Presents A SPECIAL SCL MEMBER EVENT with JOHN OTTMAN and BRYAN SINGER featuring a screening of "X2"

TUESDAY, JULY 15th 7:00 p.m. (please note earlier time)

The SCL invites each member and one guest to attend an exciting evening on Tuesday, July 15, 2003, beginning with a full-length screening of "X2," followed by the film's composer/film editor John Ottman and director Bryan Singer discussing the film plus a question & answer segment.

AT THE NEW ZANUCK THEATER ON THE 20TH CENTURY FOX LOT 10201 West Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90035 (Thomas Guide p.632, E4) Please arrive early in order to go through Studio Security. Your name and your guest's name MUST be on the RSVP list to get through Studio Security---NO EXCEPTIONS.

FREE to SCL members plus one guest. RESERVATIONS REQUIRED: (310) 281-2812 ext. 2 (please state both your name and the name of your guest).

Award-winning Director/Film Editor/Composer John Ottman continued his double-duty relationship as film editor and composer for director Bryan Singer ("The Usual Suspects") for Fox's sequel release to "X-Men," titled "X2." For director Bryan Singer, Ottman has written the scores for and edited virtually all his films including the Academy Award(r)-winning "The Usual Suspects," and "Apt Pupil." His editing on "The Usual Suspects" won him a BAFTA Award and a nomination from the A.C.E. (American Cinema Editors); his score for the film won a Saturn Award. Just after Ottman graduated from the U.S.C. film school, he and Singer first teamed up on "Public Access," which won the Grand Jury Prize at the 1993 Sundance Film Festival. Named one of Daily Variety's Top People to Watch and still in his thirties, Ottman has composed the music for such diverse films as Roland Joffe's "Goodbye Lover;" "Snow White" with Sigourney Weaver; John Badham's "Incognito;" Ben Stiller's "The Cable Guy;" Steve Miner's "Lake Placid;" "Halloween: H2O;" "Pumpkin" with Christina Ricci; and "Eight Legged Freaks" with David Arquette. Although most recognized for film work, Ottman's score to Barry Sonnenfeld's "Fantasy Island" won an Emmy Award nomination.

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