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Kelly Writers House Fellows 2013: Rodrigo Garcia April 22-23rd

Poet John Ashberry, journalist Janet Malcolm, and director producer Rodrigo Garcia are the Kelly Writer's House Fellows for 2013. Learn more about them and their work through the University of Pennsylvania Libraries

Schedule for Filming Screening April, 18, 19, 21

The schedule for the Film Screening is as follows:

Thursday, April 18,  starting at 5:30
Things You Can Tell Just By Looking at Her T1 hr. 49 minutes,
followed by
Mother and Child @ 2 hours

Friday April 19,

Episodes from In Treatment starting at 5:30

Sunday, April 21 starting at 5:30 with

Nine Lives, @112 minutes
followed by
Albert Nobs @113 minutes.

Selection of Garcia Films and Television @ Penn Libraries

Rodrigo Garcia

 photo from the Kelly Writers House Calendar April 2013

Kelly Writers House: Reading 4/22 6:30 PM Arts Cafe
and Brunch 4/23 10:00 AM Arts Cafe

To attend the KWH reading or brunch RSVP is required.
email:,or phone: 215-573-9749.

Van Pelt Dietrich Library Center: Garcia Film Screening
Thursday through Sunday April 18-21 5:30-8:30 PM
Film Studies Classroom 425, 4th floor

Garcia and Avent's New Digital Channel Wigs

is a new digital channel, launched in May 2012 by Jon Avnet , Rodrigo Garcia , and Jake Avnet , featuring original series, short films, documentaries and other content exploring female characters.,, and ( PR Newswire press release)

Find out more about Rodrigo Garcia

Articles and Reviews from Ebscohost

Click on the RSS feed link to find more articles and review available to the Penn Community via Ebscohost

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Questions? Contact:

Lily Applebaum
Kelly Writers House
Fellows Program Coordinator

Lynne Farrington
Curator of Printed Books
Rare Book & Manuscript Library

Rebecca Stuhr
Coordinator for Humanities Collections
Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center