Event

Final Draft Meetup & Screening w/500 Days of Summer Screenwriter Scott Neustadter

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Gotta put a big RECOMMEND on this event if you are in or can get to LA on June 9th.

Scott Neustadter is a writer on a tear.  500 Days of Summer is one of the wittiest screenplays in recent memory.  Then he goes on to write The Spectacular Now which wowed Sundance.  And now his most anticipated film, The Fault In Our Stars, opens mere days prior to this event.  He should be on a career and emotional high at the event that will not be duplicated.  The timing is too good.  We’re talking about getting facetime with arguably the hottest screenwriter in town at the time of this event.  I wanna buy a plane ticket and get out there!

Read the details below with an RSVP link at the bottom.

Enjoy a drink and network with Academy Award nominated screenwriter Scott Neustadter followed by a screening of his critically acclaimed film (500) DAYS OF SUMMER on the patio at the Cat & Fiddle

Are you a screenwriter looking to network with other creatives and hang out with an acclaimed screenwriter? 

Join Final Draft, Inc. at the Cat & Fiddle on June 9th for our monthly meetup, featuring Scott Neustadter co-screenwriter of (500) DAYS OF SUMMER.

The meetup starts at 7:30pm with mingling and networking with fellow screenwriters and filmmakers and a Q&A at 8pm. After the meetup, Cat & Fiddle will screen Scott Neustadter’s (500) DAYS OF SUMMERin their courtyard

Final Draft, Inc. is offering this special event to you free of charge. Plus, Cat & Fiddle has a special deal for you – Monday is $12 dollar Pie & Pint night. Yup! $12 dollars for your choice of a meat, vegetarian or chicken pie and pint of creative juice (draft beer).

Don’t miss out and join us for good food, good fun and good movies! 

 ABOUT SCOTT NEUSTADTER

 Screenwriting team Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber have proven themselves as some of Hollywood’s most versatile and sought-after writers with their witty, fresh and intelligent storytelling.

The pair wrote the hit Fox Searchlight comedy/romance, (500) DAYS OF SUMMER, starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Zooey Deschanel, which was nominated for Best Feature – Comedy at the Golden Globe Awards and earned them an Independent Spirit Award and a Golden Satellite Award for Best Screenplay of the Year. They were also nominated for a Writers Guild Award and won the Hollywood Breakthrough Screenwriter Award in 2009.

Their most recent film THE SPECTACULAR NOW, directed by James Ponsoldt and starring Shailene Woodley & Miles Teller, premiered at Sundance to rave reviews and garnered Neustadter and Weber an Independent Spirit Award Nomination for Best Screenplay.

On June 6, Fox will release their adaptation of John Green’s THE FAULT IN OUR STARS based on the bestselling novel which was named Time Magazine’s #1 fiction book of 2012. The film stars Shailene Woodley, Ansel Elgort, Nat Wolff, Laura Dern, and Willem Dafoe.

Also in the works are several high profile projects including an adaptation of the best-selling ME BEFORE YOU by Jojo Moyes; RULES OF CIVILITY based on the acclaimed novel by Amor Towles for Lionsgate; WHERE’D YOU GO, BERNADETTE for Annapurna Pictures; the comedy/romance ROYAL WEDDING at Sony; and ROSALINE, a comedy version of Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet” starring Felicity Jones, set to shoot this summer for Universal.

The pair have collaborated since 1999 when Scott hired Michael for an internship at New York’s Tribeca Productions. Their first script sold to 20th Century Fox in 2005. Neustadter hails from Margate, NJ and currently lives with his wife and child in Los Angeles.

Click here to RSVP for this amazing event.

 

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