The Caucus for Producers, Writers & Directors
presents

In Association with


A Masters Seminar
featuring
Kevin Bright
Founding Director, Emerson College Los Angeles
Executive Producer of Award Winning Series
Friends, In Living Color, Dream On

Interviewed By
Noel Bright
Executive Producer
Friends, Joey, BoJack Horseman
(see bios below)

CAUCUS CHAIR NORMAN S. POWELL
INVITES CAUCUS MEMBERS & INDUSTRY FRIENDS
TO MARK YOUR CALENDAR, RESERVE YOUR PLACE

Wednesday October 22, 2014
Emerson College Los Angeles - 5960 Sunset Boulevard, 90028
5:00 PM - Doors Open    5:15 PM - Seminar    6:30 PM - Mixer/Refreshments
TICKETS (PRE-REGISTERED) - $30-$35    TICKETS AT DOOR, subject to availability - $40

Chuck Fries - Event Chair
Vin Di Bona, Albert Fisher, Syd Vinnedge - Panel Chairs

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Free Parking at Palladium - 6215 Sunset Boulevard, 90028


Kevin Bright
Kevin Bright is the Founding Director of Emerson College Los Angeles and is one of the original executive producers behind the Emmy Award-winning television series Friends (1994-2004). Early in Bright's career, he produced numerous specials for Johnny Cash and David Copperfield. In 1986, he produced the Cable ACE Award-winning series The History of White People in America, as well as HBO specials starring Robin Williams, Harry Shearer, and Paul Shaffer. In 1989, he received his first Emmy for Outstanding Comedy Series as supervising producer on Fox's In Living Color. In 1992, Bright won a Cable ACE Award for Best Comedy Series as executive producer of Dream On. Bright directed more than 50 episodes of Friends, including the season finale each year. The NBC series received the 2002 Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series as well as winning the People's Choice Award for Favorite Comedy Series for 10 consecutive years.
Noel Bright
Noel Bright is an Executive Producer of the Netflix original animated series BoJack Horseman now in its second season. Bright is also the Head of Production overseeing all television projects for Michael Eisner's Tornante Company, building it into a fully independent television and digital studio. At Tornante, Bright developed and Executive Produced the critically acclaimed drama series The Booth at the End and two seasons of Glenn Martin, DDS, the prime time animated series for MTV Networks. Bright began his career in television working in production on series for Bright/Kauffman/Crane Productions at Warner Bros. Television. Bright was a producer and production manager on the Emmy Award-winning television series Friends. He also worked as a producer and production manager on the television series Joey for NBC and the CBS Paramount series The Game for CW.



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