SHOWDOWN AT SHINAGAWA: Tales of Filming from Bombay to Brazil

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‘SHOWDOWN at SHINAGAWA’ Book Party on October 8

Wine  •  Cheese  •  Stories  •  Fun 


I’ll be talking and reading some stories from SHOWDOWN at SHINAGAWA: Tales of Filming from Bombay to Brazil on Saturday, October 8 at Book Passage in Corte Madera.

I am a member of Left Coast Writers, and they are sponsoring the party. Come join us for a celebration with wine and cheese.

SHOWDOWN features 18 tales. We go along for the ride on a darkly funny bus trip down India’s deadly Bombay-Pune Road in “Wrecks and Pissers,” schlep through the disorienting milieu of one of Singapore’s high-tech cleanrooms in “No Worry, Chicken Curry,” face a surreal Japanese bowling-for-budget match in the title story “Showdown at Shinagawa,” and share the challenge of filming former President Clinton while dealing with family tragedy in “Dog Years.” And so on, across six continents, over three decades of my work as a director of photography.

This event is FREE and open to all. 

Details: Book Party • Saturday Oct 8 @ 7 pm
Book Passage • 51 Tamal Vista Blvd • Corte Madera, CA 94925

Left Coast Writers was created to support new and established writers in the production and promotion of their work in a stimulating atmosphere of creativity and community.

The writers meet monthly at Book Passage at the Left Coast Writers Literary Salon for lively evenings with an amazing roster of guest speakers on the subjects of non-fiction, long and short fiction, poetry, publishing, marketing, writer-agent relationships and more. 


Sao Paulo, Brazil 2011


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