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Bernstein, Gregory, 1955-


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    • found: Call me Claus [VR], c2001(Gregory Bernstein; writer)
    • found: Internet Movie Database, Nov. 11, 2010(Gregory Bernstein; b. July 5, 1955 in Los Angeles, Calif.; writer, actor)
    • found: Understanding the business of entertainment, 2015:ECIP t.p. (Gregory Bernstein)
    • found: Email from pub., May 12, 2015:(Gregory Eames Bernstein; b. July 5, 1955)
    • found: books.google.com, May 12, 2015:(Wallace Godfrey is a public relations and communications consultant-turned full-time fiction writer and professional ghostwriter. His ghost-written articles for clients ... He blogs regularly on a breadth of topics--and about language and PR at www.LiteralMayhem.com. ... divides his time between San Diego and Los Angeles)
    • found: Understanding the Business of Media Entertainment, 2019ECIP data view ("Gregory Bernstein has worked in the entertainment business for more than 35 years from both the business and creative sides--as an entertainment attorney, studio business affairs executive, WGA union senior executive, and award-winning screenwriter. After graduating from the UCLA Law School in 1980, Bernstein practiced entertainment law for two years at O'Melveny & Myers, an international law firm. He then worked for six years as vice-president of business affairs at Columbia and Tri-Star Pictures ... Following his studio executive years, Bernstein enrolled in the film directing program at the American Film Institute where he earned an MFA degree. Since leaving AFI, he has received writing credit on four films ... In 2003, Bernstein took a sabbatical from writing and entered the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University where he received a master's degree in public administration. Upon returning to Los Angeles, he served as the assistant executive director of the Writers Guild of America, West from 2004 until 2006. Since 2012, along with screenwriting, he has also taught film at Arizona State University".
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    • 2010-11-13: new
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