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- September 19, 1977
- Vol. 8
- No. 12
Eve Lichtgarn, 18, judges movies long before they ever hit the screen. As reader for the Robert Littman Company, a Beverly Hills talent agency, Eve analyzes scripts for such clients as Gene Wilder, Mia Farrow and David Bowie and for British director Ken Russell. She's looking for well-written potential money-makers with interesting characters and dialogue that will fit the agency's actors and directors. "Good scripts are hard to find," she says, "but if the dialogue is good everything else can be fixed." Her boss, Keith Addis, hired the UCLA sophomore last February from among 15 applicants, some with filmmaking degrees, because she wrote the best synopsis and review of a sample script. Says Addis, "What excites me about her is her intuition and confidence." Eve began making films on her own with the family Super-8 when she was 13. Her first, on physical education, has a Scott Joplin score, dozens of classmates doing high kicks and the title Busby Berkeley Beware. It was sold to the Santa Monica school system. In high school she turned in films instead of English themes, and at UCLA organized a filmmakers' group, then persuaded actor Michael York to come and talk and bring his movie Cabaret. Eve is aiming for a career as a producer because it's "a good blend of creativity and technical know-how."
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