First Amendment Week 2013
Academy Award-winning screenwriter Mark Boal will keynote the Los Angeles Loyolan’s First Amendment Week at Loyola Marymount University.
Boal, a former journalist, won the Best Original Screenplay Oscar for The Hurt Locker, which also won Best Picture in 2010. Boal’s current film, the Osama Bin Laden manhunt film Zero Dark Thirty, is nominated by the Academy for Best Picture. Boal’s Zero Dark Thirty screenplay is nominated for Best Original Screenplay.
Who: Mark Boal, Academy Award-winning screenwriter
When: Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013, at 6 p.m.
Where: Burns Back Court, Loyola Marymount University
Invited: All LMU students, faculty and staff -- free entry with valid OneCard.
Boal’s presentation will focus on the First Amendment and will also cover the controversy surrounding Zero Dark Thirty. Co-sponsored by ASLMU.
Other First Amendment Week 2013 events include:
Tuesday, February 5
FOOD FOR FREEDOM!
What happens when students temporarily trade their freedom of expression for a few slices of pizza? Trust us when we tell you it is absolute mayhem. You really should see this for yourself.
Tuesday, Feb. 5, Convo hour – Regents Grass (Alumni Mall)
Thursday, February 7
POLITICS AND RELIGION
Is it constitutional and/or morally just for politicians to let their religion affect their actions as government representatives? As part of the Los Angeles Loyolan's First Amendment Week, University President David W. Burcham moderates a panel discussion about the intersection between politics and religion.
Thursday, Feb, 7, 12:15 p.m. -- Ahmanson 1000/University Hall
Los Angeles Loyolan