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501 Los Angeles, CA 90024 (818) 555-4602 joebruin ucla.edu EDUCATION: University of California, Los Angeles, Bachelor of Arts in History, Minor in Film/TV Studies Expected Graduation June 2011 3.84 GPA, College Honors Program, Golden Key and ALD/PES Honors Societies Applicable Coursework: Screenwriting Fundamentals, Overview of Contemporary Film and TV Industries, Film Editing, Film Directing, History of Asian, African, and Latin American Film, History of Documentary Film, Film Criticism: Film Noir, and Film 194 (internship credit course) WORK EXPERIENCE: Davis Entertainment/Intern, Brentwood Village, CA June 2010 – September 2010 Read screenplays, books, manga, watched films and wrote coverage reports for the Director of Development, Creative Executive, VP, and Story Editor Performed research projects and read scripts of projects in development Covered desk of the Story Editor during Comic-Con, the desks of other assistants as needed, taking calls and updating call sheets Red Wagon Entertainment/Intern, Culver City, CA March 2010 – September 2010 Read screenplays, books, and other writing samples and write coverage reports Read new drafts of our projects and updated Scene Breakdowns Took calls for the Creative Executive and VP and covered the Front Desk Performed research projects, compiled and copied expense reports, and other office duties including binding scripts and the Weekend Read Columbia Pictures/Story Department Intern, Culver City, CA September 2009 – December 2009 Read screenplays, coverage reports and five assigned books (each 300-500 pages) watched 11 assigned classic Columbia films and discussed with the Story Editor Updated shooting scripts, assembled and delivered scripts and Weekend Read packets to studio executives, scanned archived scripts and entered them into an online database, and performed tasks at the studio lot OTHER ACTIVITIES: Hillel – Bearing Witness Program (We hear stories from Holocaust survivors) Current member of CAPE (Coalition