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LEWISBURG, Pa. — Filmmaker Michael James Kacey will give the talk, "The Creative Journey: Living Life as a Creative Person," Saturday March 22, at 3 p.m. in the Forum of the Elaine Langone Center at Bucknell University. [note room change]
The talk, which is free to the public, is hosted by the Bucknell University Film Club. Kacey will show clips from his films and his acting career while discussing the realities of show business.
A native of Shamokin, Kacey moved to Los Angeles to work as an actor, with roles in "Live in Baghdad," "Daybreak" and "Beverly Hills 90210." He later turned to filmmaking, and founded Anthracite Films in 1997.
Kacey has directed two films: "Daybreak" and "The Poet Laureate of Radio: An Interview with Norman Corwin." His current film in production is the documentary, "Radio Changed America."
He also is adapting James Stevens' novel, Coal Cracker Blues, as a screenplay.
To learn more about Kacey's work, visit http://www.anthracitefilms.com/ or http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1208000/.
Contact: Office of Communications
Posted March 6, 2008