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Stars sit down with Prof. Brown for Movies101 to discuss their remarkable work. Clips include Meryl Streep, George Clooney, Daniel Radcliffe, Cuba Gooding Jr, James Gandolfini, Sigourney Weaver, Ethan Hawke, Martin Short and Alan Alda. The New York University School of Professional Studies ( also known as SPS ) is one of the schools and colleges that comprise New York University. Founded in 1934, the school offers undergraduate, graduate and certificate programs. The school's main campus is located at 7 East 12th Street, New York at NYU's Washington Square main campus. http://www.scps.nyu.edu/ https://www.youtube.com/user/scpsnyu @NYUSPS Richard Brown began his teaching career at New York University in 1967. Movies101 was launched in 1969. In 1973 he was invited to join the founding faculty of The Tisch School of the Arts where he helped design the curriculum. In 1975 he founded The International Center for Film and Television. Since then he has taught on land and sea, to youngsters at Little Red School House and seniors at Greenwich House. He has lectured to the most powerful executives in America at the World Presidents Organization and inmates at Riker’s Island. His unique programs, blending adult education and a love of motion pictures have sold out at The Smithsonian and The Library of Congress, at Oxford, The Sorbonne, and The Carpenter Center at Harvard University. His Evening with John Cleese at the Smithsonian recently drew 1,500 fans and sold out on announcement. He addressed the United Nations delivering the keynote at the first annual conference on motion picture. He has also produced specialized festivals for Vassar College, The Cooper-Hewitt Museum, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The National Arts Club and The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. He has created individualized programs for numerous organizations, including American Express Centurion Division, Cunard Line, Four Seasons Hotel Group, Orient Express, and Silversea Line where he presents annual film festival cruises. He has undertaken corporate projects partnering with a broad variety of America’s outstanding corporation including the Sony Corporation, Grey Advertising, Walt Disney, BBD&O, DuPont and Time, Inc. Most of these projects included Prof. Brown’s friends from the film industry. Over 200 different film artists have participated, including Alan Alda, Jennifer Aniston, Mel Brooks, Nicolas Cage, George Clooney, Tom Cruise, Billy Crystal, Michael Douglas, Edie Falco, Marcia Gay Harden, Kevin Kline, Paul Newman, Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts, Martin Scorsese, Ben Stiller and Sigourney Weaver, among others. Richard has been an expert guest on PBS and A&E. He has written and directed numerous award winning television shows for Lifetime, AMC and PBS. His critically acclaimed series, Reflections on the Silver Screen featured 50 in-depth conversations with screen legends ranging from Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn to Jimmy Stewart and Katharine Hepburn. (Commissioned by The Library of Congress, it has been termed “...the definitive archive on American film in the 20th Century.”) Prof. Brown is revisiting these interviews with a 21st Century perspective in his new TV series, The Great American Movie Star, set to premiere on WNET in late 2013. @Prof_RBrown #Movies101 #NYU #AMC

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