About this event
In conversation with Vy Vincent Ngo - writer and producer
Vincent is a well-known writer and producer and wrote the Will Smith film, Hancock - a dark superhero film that went on to gross $650 million. He’s also written for John Woo and worked in TV on Fearless and The Hunger, and he was Director, Tony Scott’s script doctor for 10 years. Never to be defined only by Hollywood, Vincent has also recently produced an independent feature in Vietnam, which was a runaway success at the box office. He’s presently working on a black comedy about expats set in Saigon. Please join Devon and Vincent for a frank and illuminating conversation on navigating the film business, storytelling, and being true to your art and yourself.
About the Ten Thousand Hours Masters of Film Lecture Series
Thursday evenings at 7pm, this fortnightly series will feature some of the cinema's most unique master voices. Directors, producers, writers, cinematographers, editors, and actors who, beyond their success in the film arts, bring a unique perspective to creativity and the road to mastery.
The series is moderated by Regent’s Film Lecturer Devon Dickson. The talks have an open structure, and the conversations will welcome student questions.
The series is open to all Regent's students.