Q&A Attendees *subject to change: Deborah Reinisch
Bill takes the only available seat in a cafe--at Betty's table. Could she be the "one"? Could he? Are there any guarantees when we open our hearts? Sure thing. Based on the play by David Ives.
BIO: Deborah Reinisch has produced and directed award-winning movies and series for network, cable and public television, including the Emmy Award and National Board of Review winner "Andrea's Mother" for the American Playhouse series. Prior to her work in television, Deborah worked as first assistant director on many feature films, including "Blood Simple" and "Raising Arizona" for Joel and Ethan Coen. She founded the Sundance/Silverman Fellowship for New Producers, which inspired the current Sundance Creative Producing Initiative, of which it remains a part. Deborah has taught directing, production and film history at NYU Tisch School of the Arts and at Columbia University. Next up is Richard Greenberg's feature adaptation of his Pulitzer nominated play "Three Days of Rain".
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