Thursday, October 25, 2018
5:00 pm to 6:30 pm
California State Archives
1020 O Street, 4th Floor
Sacramento, CA 95814
Michael Troyan's Twentieth Century Fox: A Century of Entertainment is the first studio-authorized look at the remarkable multinational mass media empire and its century of entertainment (1915-2015) bookended by empire builders William Fox and Rupert Murdoch.
Based on complete access to the company's archives and key assistance from others including the California State Archives, the book offers a revealing view of the company's history, including tales of its stars and tours of its historic production and ranch facilities.
This is a free, but ticketed event. Tickets can be reserved at the link below.
Cover image courtesy of Lanham: Lyons Press, 2017.
Michael Troyan holds a B.A. degree in Media Communications from CSU Sacramento and a Master’s of Library and Information Science degree from CSU San Jose, and has worked in the archives of the Walt Disney Company and Warner Bros.
Along with Twentieth Century Fox: A Century of Entertainment, Troyan has authored or co-authored several other books, including A Rose For Mrs. Miniver; The Life of Greer Garson, MGM; Hollywood's Greatest Backlot; and Disney A to Z. Troyan is currently working with the Fairbanks family to publish a commemorative edition of Douglas Fairbanks: The Fourth Musketeer by Letitia Fairbanks and Ralph Hancock.
If you require a reasonable accommodation, please contact ArchivesEvents@sos.ca.gov before 5:00PM on Monday, October 22nd.
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For a list of previous speakers, click here.