The KCET Cinema Series continued this week at the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences with a screening of "Starbuck," a recent favorite at film festivals.
About the film:
This audience-pleasing comedy is from French-Canadian writer/director Ken Scott. The central character is a middle-aged delivery man named David who learns that his lucrative contributions to a sperm bank in the 1980s resulted in 533 successful pregnancies. Hundreds of the children, now twentysomething, decide to sue the fertility clinic in an effort to reveal the identity of this prolific donor, codename Starbuck.
The film was followed by a Q&A with writer/director Ken Scott. Look through photos taken at the event:
Photos by Anna Nersesyan .