Screenwriter, director, and actress Guinevere Turner speaks about her film career, current projects, and what it's like to be an indie filmmaker. Turner burst on the scene with her groundbreaking indie feature <em>Go Fish</em> (1994), a film that sparked a new movement of lesbian filmmaking in the 1990s. She went on to write <em>American Psycho</em> (2000) and <em>The</em> <em>Notorious Bettie Page</em> (2005) with<em> I Shot Andy Warhol</em> (1996) director Mary Harron. Turner is also known for her writing and acting in the Showtime series<em> The L Word</em>. Open to the public. Reception to follow.