TF:TM (animated) screening in LA Thursday.

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  1. Mr. Jiggles

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    This week's DINNER & A MOVIE: THURSDAY NIGHT SPECIAL celebrates not only the 20th anniversary of the original Transformers Movie, but also uses our signature Q&A session to delve into the emerging field of writing and directing for video games. This week's guests are FLINT DILLE and DANIEL SUAREZ.

    Along with our regular Thursday night partners,, 97.1 FREEFM, NYFA, Golden Apple Comics, Dude, Seriously and Japan L.A., this week UNION ENTERTAINMENT joins us for this very special series. Union Entertainment is the video game company responsible for this season's upcoming release, The Darkness, a next gen video game already being highly praised by the media and industry as a must have title. Union has also been hosting the video game/film/comic book professionals networking event, Union Night, which they have now officially moved to cinespace on Thursdays.

    If you haven't been to a D&M: TNS, it starts with a media mixer in the front lounge at cinespace with half off appetizers and two-for-one drinks, then moves into the theater for a lively and informal Q&A with the writer, producer, director of stars of the evening's film hosted by Drew McWeeny from AINTITCOOL, Leo Quinones from 97.1 and a professor from NYFA. You are offered cinespace's full dinner and drink menu while you watch the film. Afterwards, you're invited to stay for the Thursday Night club at cinespace.

    And all you have to do to be part is RSVP to cinespace at 323-817-3456!


    WHAT: The Transformers: The Movie with special guests, FLINT DILLE and DANIEL SUAREZ for DINNER & A MOVIE: Thursday Night Special

    WHEN: THURSDAY, MAY 17th, from 6pm to 10pm (public nightclub begins at 10pm). Q&A starts promptly at 7:30 p.m.

    WHERE: cinespace, 6356 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles CA 90028, just West of Hollywood and Vine.

    RESERVATIONS: 323-817-3456

    While the Happy Hour/Mixer is open to all with no qualifications, you must RSVP to cinespace for DINNER & A MOVIE: Thursday Night Special via phone.

    There will be special drink and appetizer offers throughout the night; DINNER at cinespace starts at just ten dollars. Theater seating requires ordering food.

    Info about our guests:

    Flint Dille: If you’re a video game enthusiast, or an 80’s animation cartoon aficionado, or a horror movie addict, then you’re probably familiar with the work of Flint Dille. Flint’s credits include writing, producing and/or designing major video games such as the multi-award winning, CHRONICLES OF RIDDICK: ESCAPE FROM BUTCHER BAY, DEAD TO RIGHTS, CONSTANTINE, SUPERMAN RETURNS, TEEN TITANS, and TOMORROW NEVER DIES, among many others. Flint just completed work on the video game adaptations of summer blockbuster films, FANTASTIC FOUR 2 and TRANSFORMERS. Flint was a producer on the successful horror film, VENOM, and was a writer of AN AMERICAN TAIL: FEIVEL GOES WEST. Flint’s television animation credits include TRANSFORMERS, GI JOE, INHUMANOIDS, and MISTER T. Flint Trivia: Frank Miller based the character, Dilios the Storyteller, in the graphic novel/film, 300, on his good friend, Flint Dille. Flint is also “Flint” of GI JOE fame, and is rumored to be the Beast of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (ask him for details).

    Daniel Suarez – Executive Producer, Activision Publishing, Inc
    Daniel Suarez is an Executive Producer at Activision and is managing product development for Transformers: The Game, based on the highly anticipated summer film, Transformers. At Activision, Suarez has managed the development of multiple projects including, Over the Hedge, as well as id Software’s eagerly awaited Enemy Territory: Quake Wars. Prior to joining Activision, Suarez served as the VP of Product Development for Mobility Entertainment and oversaw the development of cell phone projects such as Tiger Woods Golf, Lord of the Rings, Gladiator and Def Jam. Prior to Mobility Entertainment, Suarez was at Vivendi Universal Games where he managed video games projects including The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay and the Crash Bandicoot franchise. Suarez has also held positions at Disney Interactive and Saban Entertainment working on multiple films based properties including Disney’s Tarzan.

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