Hobby and Fitz

When F. Scott Fitzgerald is hired by a Hollywood producer in 1940, he is given a mentor: Pat Hobby, a hard-drinking schemer left over from the silent era. The pair team up for a series of outrageous escapades as they struggle to create “the greatest movie ever written.” Based on Fitzgerald's "The Pat Hobby Stories."

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Author Bio:
Extensive theatrical directing experience: plays by David Mamet, David Rabe, Sam Shepard, Nick Kazan and others at NY Shakespeare Festival, Cincinnati Playhouse, American Conservatory Theatre., StageWest, the Production Company, LaMaMa, the Magic Theatre, etc. Worked with actors Richard Dreyfuss, Ellen Greene, Mandy Patinkin, Wallace Shawn, Michael Moriarty, John Shea and others. Reader for Warner Brothers. Writing credits include the book and lyrics for the musicals THE DON JUAN AND THE NON-DON JUAN, THE GILDED CAGE, SONGS ON A SHIPWRECKED SOFA and HER LIGHTNESS.

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Contest Results:
Contest of Contest Winners (Finalist) [2015]
Burbank Film Festival (Finalist) [2015]
Acclaim Film (Second Place) [2011]
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