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Nate Kohn

Festival Director of Ebertfest, Director of the University of Georgia MFA screenwriting program

Dr. Nate Kohn is a professor at the University of Georgia, Associate Director of the George Foster Peabody Awards, festival director of Roger Ebert's Film Festival, director of the University of Georgia MFA program in screenwriting and an award-winning producer. Dr. Kohn produced Zulu DawnSomebodiesRainBottleworld Bayou Maharajah, Ebertfest 2012; and the 73rd, 74th  and 75th Annual Peabody Awards Specials for PivotTV/Participant Media. He has served on juries and mentored screenwriters at the Atlanta, Hawaii, Kerala, and Bahamas International Film Festivals. He is the author of numerous scholarly articles and of the book Pursuing Hollywood: Seduction, Obsession, Dread (AltaMira Press, 2006).

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