Audio Q&A: 'Starbuck' with Writer/Director Ken Scott | KCET
Audio Q&A: 'Starbuck' with Writer/Director Ken Scott
The Spring 2013 KCET Cinema Series in North Hollywood continued with a screening of "Starbuck" at the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. After the screening, writer/director Ken Scott joined host Pete Hammond for a Q&A.
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