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PHOTO BRIEF: Oscar-nominated Jason Reitman speaks

Filmmaker Jason Reitman, who directed Thank You For Smoking and Juno, held a Q&A session with students Wednesday afternoon in
Shoma Hall. Reitman discussd his career, his filmmaking philosophy, and his upcoming film Up In The Air, which many of the students had seen at
a special sneak preview at Sunset Place Monday. Up In The Air, starring George Clooney, is slated for a December 4th wide release.
Alex Broadwell // The Miami Hurricane

Alex Broadwell // The Miami Hurricane

Filmmaker Jason Reitman, who directed Thank You For Smoking and Juno, held a Q&A session with students Wednesday afternoon in the School of Communication’s Shoma Hall. Reitman discussed his career, his filmmaking philosophy, and his upcoming film Up In The Air, which many of the students had seen at a special sneak preview at Sunset Place Monday. Up In The Air, starring George Clooney, is slated for a Dec. 4 wide release.

November 2, 2009

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