CSU will play host tonight to Bobby Moresco, writer and producer of the Academy Award-winning movie â€œCrashâ€ tonight, as he speaks to his style as a producer and director, an event planner said.
During the session, presented by the Association for Student Activity Programming and Alpha Phi Gamma sorority, Moresco will discuss the movieâ€™s themes surrounding race and prejudice while taking questions from the audience.
â€œHeâ€™s a really down to earth guy,â€ said Stephanie Corder, a junior graphic design major who helped plan the event. â€œI really think itâ€™ll be hard not to enjoy it.â€
Moresco will hold a question and answer session with students in the Lory Student Center Theater at 7 p.m.
Although 20 minutes of clips from the movie will be shown at the session, Corder suggested that students watch the full movie before attending.
Morescoâ€™s talk will be the first time ASAP has ever brought a Hollywood writer or producer to CSU since incorporating CSU Cinema: a group focused on promoting the interest in cinema on campus.
Admission is $5 for students and $7 for non-students. ASAP, which has worked to get Moresco to speak on campus since October, said that the fees will go toward hosting future events on campus.
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What: â€œOne-on-one with Bobby Moresco,â€ writer and producer of the Academy Award-winning movie â€œCrashâ€
â€œCrash:â€ incorporates themes of race and prejudice
When: Today, 4 p.m.
Where: Lory Student Center Theater
Admission: $5 for students, $7 for non-students