Screening: WHEN I SING, directed by Prof. Robin Russin

In All by Richard Gonzales

UCR Department of Theatre, Film and Digital Production

WHEN I SING, directed by Prof. Robin Russin
Starring Linda Chorney

After playing in bars and self-producing albums for 30 years with dreams of making it, feisty singer/songwriter Linda Chorney makes history as the first truly independent artist nominated for a Grammy. Although this tremendous validation should be her Cinderella Story, some of the industry bad guys poop in her glass slipper. Chorney rides the ups and downs of this emotional roller coaster of elation and cheers, but also false accusations and even threats from those upset that she stormed the music industry’s castle. Along the way she does her best to find the humor in it all as she does a video blog about her experience – and falls in love with her biggest fan.
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January 22, 2019
Tuesday, 7:30 pm
Screening Room, INTS 1128
Q&A and live musical performance to follow with Linda Chorney, the star of the film

Robin Uriel Russin has written, produced and directed for film, TV and the theater. Most recently, he wrote the screenplay for 2 Hearts, a feature being released later this year and starring Jacob Elordi and Radha Mitchell, and is co-author with William Missouri Downs of the books Screenplay: Writing the Picture and Naked Playwriting. A Rhodes Scholar, Robin has degrees from Harvard, Oxford, RISD, and UCLA. Robin is a professor in the Department of Theatre, Film & Digital Production at the University of California, Riverside.

Free and open to the campus
Seating is limited and on a first-come, first-served basis.

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