Today's independent artists - filmmakers, actors, comedians, and musicians gather with Hollywood Arts Society to discuss this century's most meaningful people within tv, film, and music. ... See full summary »

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Today's independent artists - filmmakers, actors, comedians, and musicians gather with Hollywood Arts Society to discuss this century's most meaningful people within tv, film, and music. Take a look back to remember the crazy ones that inspired change. Because when you're at the roundtable of art, everyone is the same. Written by Hollywood Arts Society

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There are no lines, I say erase all the lines.

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2 October 2008 (USA)  »

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$100,000 (estimated)
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The title was chosen based on an earlier title "Around the Table" to illustrate people's discussions "around the table". The title was renamed "Artists of the Roundtable" which references the round table of King Arthur in which all the knights were equals. No matter what the rank, all were there to protect each other - thus, if you're a local stand-up comic or a studio established film director, they are both artists in their own respects. See more »

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Grae Drake: The people that constantly reach inside of themselves and really go to that vulnerable place where they're sharing something that means so much to them or makes them so happy or so sad... is magnificent.
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