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Monday, January 30, 2006
See Barb in Chicago!
The Father John A. Hardon, S.J. Media Apostolate, presents,

Signs of Hope from Hollywood

featuring

Barbara Nicolosi, M.A.
Executive Director, Act One, Inc.


Wednesday – February, 8, 2006, 7:00pm
Archbishop Quigley Preparatory Seminary
www. quigley.org

Topics to be covered include:

- Post-Sexual Revolution Hollywood and the search for spirituality going on in the entertainment industry
- Hollywood after The Passion of the Christ
- Thoughts on Narnia, Brokeback Mountain, Book of Daniel and The Da Vinci Code
- What to do if your college student wants to work in Hollywood!


BARBARA NICOLOSI is founder and Executive Director of ACT ONE, INC., an interdenominational training program preparing Christians for professional careers in mainstream film and television. Barbara has an MA in Film from Northwestern University in Evanston, IL. She has been a Hollywood director of development, a panelist for the National Endowment for the Arts, and a consultant on many film and television projects. She wrote The Work, a full-length feature set during the Spanish Civil War, for IMMI Pictures of Beverly Hills. Her feature screenplay Select Society is being developed by Reel Life Women Productions, Bel Air. Barbara recently co-edited the book Behind the Screen: Hollywood Insiders on Faith, Film, and Culture from Baker Books.


Directions: Archbishop Quigley is located just one block west of the John Hancock Building and Water Tower Place, right next to Loyola University's Water Tower Campus. Archbishop Quigley is accessible by the CTA subway train (Howard/95th Street line - "Chicago" stop), CTA bus routes, and the METRA suburban train network

RSVP to: info@actoneprogram.com