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Behind the Canonical Screen

James Bridges Theatre
UCLA, Westwood campus
235 Charles E Young Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90095
(310) 827-0889

Presented by the Baker Street Irregulars and
the UCLA School of Theatre, Film & TV

For information check out their website at:

www.bakerstreetjournal.com



Please reserve the dates of August 31 through September 3, 2012 (Labor Day weekend) for the next Baker Street Irregulars Conference. After Vermissa Valley in 2004 and Salt Lake City in 2008, the BSI continues its westward migration; this time to The City of the Angels.

The Baker Street Irregulars are partnering with the UCLA School of Theatre, Film and Television to present a very special conclave entitled "Sherlock Holmes: Behind the Canonical Screen." While the symposium will feature in-depth analyses of the history of Sherlock Holmes on both the large and small screens, unlike other film festivals, technical aspects such as screen writing, casting, costuming, lighting, and sound will also be considered. Special sessions featuring actors, producers and directors are being planned as well. Evening events include an opening reception, an outdoor buffet followed by the screening of several rare, recently restored films, and a gala Academy Award-themed closing banquet.

The Conference will take place on UCLA's beautiful Westwood campus. For lodgings, the BSI has reserved the UCLA Guest House in its entirety. The James Bridges Theatre, the site of the daily sessions, is a five minute walk from the Guest House.

An academic program focused on the art, craft, and history of the films of Sherlock Holmes,
featuring Kimiko Akita, Curtis Armstrong, Philip Carli, Ron Clements, S. E. Dahlinger,
Tony Earnshaw, Mario Faraone, Amanda Field, Sir Christopher Frayling, Jan-Christopher Horak,
Kevin L. Jones, Jonathan Kirsch, John Landis, Kristopher Mecholsky, Russell Merritt, Nicholas Meyer,
John Musker, Deborah Nadoolman, Scott Allen Nollen, Ashley D. Polasek, Betsy Rosenblatt,
and Paul Singleton (partial list, subject to availability)

Evening events include:
-  An opening night reception (Friday)
-  An al fresco dinner followed by ASaturday Night at the
     Movies,@including several rare films (Saturday)
-  A gala Awards Banquet (Sunday)

Prices:

$350 - For all three days - includes reception, dinner & banquet

$125 - Saturday Symposium

$65 - Saturday Dinner & Films

$125 - Sunday Symposium

$75 - Sunday Awards Banquet

Rooms: $153 & $158

Go here for further information
Registration is now open. Space is limited, so register now. Please note that all room reservations for the UCLA Guest House must be made through the BSI as described in the Registration forms below.


Symposium Summary

Program Overview (Preliminary)

Symposium and Hotel Registration Form



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