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Win Tickets to Lecture by Ang Lee and James Schamus 

Fri., March 13 2009

Monday, March 16, 8pm
Zellerbach Hall (UC Berkeley Campus)
Tickets start at $16

In a rare opportunity to explore the creative process of modern movie-making, Academy Award-winning director Ang Lee (Brokeback Mountain) and his longtime producing partner and screenwriter, Berkeley alumnus James Schamus, will discuss their fruitful collaboration, focusing on the now-classic Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and The Ice Storm - contemporary masterworks noted for their groundbreaking qualities and their contrasting styles and settings.

To win tickets, text keyword "EBEXPRESS" and your zip code to 43549. Three lucky winners chosen by random drawing will win a pair of tickets for Monday night. Stay close to your phone. Winners notified via text by Friday, March 13th @ 12noon.

For more info, visit CalPerfs.Berkeley.Edu

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