JON BOORSTIN is a writer and filmmaker who works in a broad range of media. His novel The Newsboys’ Lodging-House won the New York Society Library Book Award for Historical Fiction, and Publishers Weekly called his novel Pay or Play “the definitive send-up of Hollywood.” He made the Oscar®-nominated documentary Exploratorium; created Time Mobile, a pioneer prototype video game, for Charles Eames and IBM; wrote the IMAX film To the Limit, winner of the Geode Award for best IMAX film; was Associate Producer on All The President’s Men; and wrote and, with director Alan J. Pakula, produced the thriller Dream Lover, winner of the Grand Prix at the Festival du Cinéma Fantastique in Avoriaz, France. He is the co-creator (and show-runner) of the television series Three Moons over Milford, a People Magazine “Must See” comedy about the end of the world. Boorstin has written a book on practical film theory, The Hollywood Eye, re-issued as Making Movies Work and widely used in film schools, and has taught film at USC, the American Film Institute, and around the world, including as Fulbright professor at the National Film Institute in Pune, India. He is a member of the Writers Guild of America, the Los Angeles Institute for the Humanities at USC, and the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences.