The UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television has said it will mount a monthlong film festival in honor of producer Jerry Bruckheimer, paying tribute to his impact on film and television. The festival, Take My Breath Away: A Jerry Bruckheimer Film Festival, launches April 1 at the Billy Wilder Theater in Westwood with Top Gun followed by a Q&A with Bruckheimer. Other pics in the mix during the fest: Enemy Of The State, Pirates Of The Caribbean: The Curse Of The Black Pearl, The Rock, Armageddon, Flashdance, Crimson Tide, Black Hawk Down, American Gigolo and Beverly Hills Cop. The event is presented in association with Paramount Pictures and UCLA Film & Television Archive.
Jerry Bruckheimer Gets Own Film Festival As Part Of UCLA Honor
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