A special series of James Bond screenings and guest
panels will feature at the USC School of Cinematic
Arts in early November...
Cubby Broccoli Centenary At USC
22nd October 2009
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James Bond: Behind
the scenes with the world's favourite secret agent
Friday 6th November 2009 - Sunday 8th November 2009
Norris Cinema Theatre/Frank
Sinatra Hall, USC School of Cinematic Arts, Los Angeles, CA,
Free admission. Open to all. Electronic RSVPs required for each
film and panel discussion.
For almost 50 years, the name Albert R. "Cubby" Broccoli
has been synonymous with the most prolific and longest running
film franchise in cinema, Ian Fleming's James Bond series. Beginning
with Dr. No in 1962, Broccoli transformed Fleming's novels into
a groundbreaking and trendsetting pop-culture phenomenon.
Presented in celebration of the Cubby
Broccoli centennial, this three-day festival will
feature screenings, discussions and an exhibit examining
the impact of the Bond series and the producer who brought
it to the big screen. Film screenings will include at
least one film starring each of the five actors who have
played Bond, from Dr. No to Casino Royale.
will feature key figures from the Bond franchise and
the Broccoli family. Additionally, an exhibit featuring
a wide array of gadgets and props from the films will
be on display during the festival.
The exhibit will feature noteworthy artifacts
from the spy thriller series as well as additional films
from Broccoli's career.
Above: Bond producer Albert R.
'Cubby' Broccoli during the construction of the 007 Stage
at Pinewood for "The Spy Who Loved Me" (1977).
Some of the items on display
include an early draft of the script for Dr. No, the metal teeth worn by assassin
Jaws in The Spy Who Loved Me, the Versace evening dress worn by Halle Berry
in Die Another Day, the red velvet dress worn by Jane Seymour in Live and Let
Die, the mock Fabergé Egg from Octopussy, the Algerian love knot necklace
worn by Eva Green in Casino Royale, the golden gun from The Man with the Golden
Gun, Sean Connery's coat from Dr. No, among many other costumes, cinema artwork,
film stills and Bond spy gadgets. The exhibit will take place in the Hugh M.
Hefner Exhibition Space in the George Lucas Building Lobby, East wing of the
Friday, November 6th
7:00 P.M. -- Dr. No. (1962), 110 minutes
9:00 P.M. -- Goldfinger (1964), 110 minutes
Saturday, November 7th
12:00 P.M. -- On Her Majesty's Secret
Service (1969), 142 minutes
2:40 P.M. -- Live And Let Die (1973), 121 minutes
6:45 P.M. -- The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), 125 minutes
9:00 P.M. -- The Living Daylights (1987), 130 minutes
James Bond Today
A conversation about James Bond in the 21st century, featuring
Screenwriters Robert Wade and Neal Purvis (Casino Royale, Quantum
of Solace), Director Marc Forster (Quantum of Solace) and longtime
Stunt Coordinator Vic Armstrong. Moderated by SCA Professor Rick
Sunday, November 8th
12:30 P.M. -- GoldenEye (1995), 130 minutes
2:50 P.M. -- Tomorrow Never Dies (1997), 119 minutes
8:00 P.M. -- Casino Royale (2006), 144 minute
5:00PM - Cubby Broccoli, Producer
A conversation about legendary Bond franchise producer Albert R. "Cubby" Broccoli
in celebration of his centennial, featuring family members Barbara Broccoli and
Michael Wilson, Actor Screenwriter Tom Mankiewicz (Live and Let Die, The Man
with the Golden Gun), Actor Richard Kiel ("Jaws", The Spy Who Loved
Me, Moonraker) and Actress Maud Adams ("Octopussy", Octopussy, The
Man With the Golden Gun). Moderated by SCA Professor Rick Jewell.
6:40 P.M. -- Catered Reception in Queen's Courtyard
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Above: Albert R. 'Cubby' Broccoli
sitting in his Pinewood Studios office (circa 1975)