Goldwyn judges named

Robertson, Willa
August 2007
Daily Variety;8/22/2007, Vol. 296 Issue 37, p2
Trade Publication
The article reports on the announcement by Samuel Goldwyn Jr., president of the Samuel Goldwyn Foundation, that Variety editor-in-chief Peter Bart, producer Cathy Schulman and director-producer Joel Schumacher have been selected to judge the Samuel Goldwyn Writing Awards. Bart is the co-host of "Sunday Morning Shootout," Schulman, president of Mandalay Pictures has produced "Crash," while Schumacher has produced "The Phantom of the Opera." Moreover, an overview of the prizes is offered.


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