Lone Star Film Festival - A Conversation with Albert S. Ruddy
November 9, 2012
2800 South University Drive , Fort Worth, TX
LSFF 2012 Achievement in Film honoree Albert Ruddy had already created the legendary TV series Hogan’s Heroes before he was given the opportunity to produce what would become one of the most legendary films of the century, The Godfather. A creative producer with a fierce commitment to choosing projects in which he has faith, Ruddy has gone on to make possible classics like The Longest Yard (screening at LSFF) and Million Dollar Baby. Ruddy discusses his career, which includes some of the most unforgettable stories rooted in the colorful culture and history of Hollywood. Sponsored by the TCU College of Communication, Department of Film, Television, and Digital Media.
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