Asian American Film Lab Launches its Autumn 2012 Season with Gordon Mathieson's Spy Thriller
The Asian American Film Lab (www.asianamericanfilmlab.org) launched its autumn 2012 season with its Unfinished Works program, featuring a professional table read and workshop of novelist Gordon Mathieson's adapted feature screenplay, THE COLOR OF ICE
The cast for the read included: Jamil Mangan (www.JamilMangan.com)
The event took place under the auspices of AAARI-CUNY in New York City.
Screenwriter, Gordon Mathieson, has written fiction for over twelve years. In addition to his own books, he's helped others by ghostwriting their books and memoirs. He has recently embarked on screenplay-writing adapting his Chinese American novels for feature film scripts. His stories are page turners--- mystery, crime, and suspense. Unexpected twists and turns are often tempted with romance leading to lethal danger. After 30 years in the Information Technology field, most at Yale University, he now lives in Cape Cod, with his wife, Ann. Gordon has appeared on Boston's popular ABC-TV program, "Chronicle", also FOX TV and many talk radio shows throughout New England including WBZ, NPR and Asian Boston Radio. He's been profiled in Writer's Digest Magazine, "Writing for Success" and has written for the premier author's magazine, "The Writer."
Gordon noted, “[T]he staged reading of my Asian American film script, The Color of Ice, was truly a positive experience! Speaking for myself as the screenwriter of this China-US spy thriller, along with the actors, and the audience, we all came away with something learned and shared. It uplifted our confidence at many levels!
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