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African American Entrepreneurs Pursue the American Dream in 'The Banker' at the KCET Cinema Series

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George Nolfi is a writer, director and producer of film and television. His film work includes "The Bourne Ultimatum," "The Sentinel," "Ocean’s Twelve," "The Adjustment Bureau" (his directorial debut), the Bruce Lee film, "Birth of the Dragon" and "Spectral." He created, executive produced, and was the principal director of the NBC spy drama, "Allegiance."

Nolfi received his BA from Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. He was awarded a Marshall Scholarship to study political philosophy at Oxford University, and holds an M.A. from UCLA in political science.

Niceole R. Levy is primarily a television writer and producer, known for Marvel’s "Cloak & Dagger" (2018), and the NBC television series "Shades of Blue" (2016) and "Ironside" (2013).  She co-wrote "The Banker" with George Nolfi for Apple.

See event photos and listen to the Q&A from the screening below.

Director George Nolfi and writer Niceole Levy arriving for the Q&A.
1/2 Director George Nolfi and writer Niceole Levy arriving for the Q&A.
Lively Q&A with KCET Cinema Series host Pete Hammond, writer Niceole Levy, and director George Nolfi.
2/2 Lively Q&A with KCET Cinema Series host Pete Hammond, writer Niceole Levy, and director George Nolfi.

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