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Barry M. Morrow

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Employment History

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Screenwriter of Rain Man ,

Oscars


Affiliations

Autism Society of America , Inc.

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National Association of Social Workers Inc

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The Arc

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Wheelchair Athletics Inc

Board Member


Association for Retarded Citizens

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The Humpty Dumpty Institute - Operation Iraqi Filmmakers

thehdi.org [cached]

The Sunday party at Mr. Megalos's home had been attended by several film veterans, including the director Jeremy Kagan and the Oscar-winning screenwriter Barry Morrow ("Rain Man"), who talked to the young men about their expectations, their scripts and the films they plan to make this summer in Iraq. (Bringing over female students was a cultural impossibility; young Iraqi women cannot travel with unrelated men.)
"They're so hungry," Mr. Morrow said. Mr. Morrow said the Socratic method was best: "They were asking me, 'What do you think of Tarkovsky?' And you have to flip it. 'What do you think of Tarkovsky?' "


www.iowasource.com

Featuring keynote speaker Barry Morrow, the Oscar-wining director of Rain Man, workshops for actors and filmmakers, and more!
Capitol Theatre, 211 N. 3rd. St.Burlington. (319) 257-3388.


www.tiptonconservative.com

This powerful documentary introduces us to Bill who, after 44 years in an institution, was taken in by then 20-something Barry Morrow - the Oscar-winning writer of "Rain Man".Using never before seen archival footage and touching personal recollections, Morrow and others who knew Bill describe his zest for life and unfaltering generosity.


Legendary voice in Boston Advertising, Ray Welch GHS '57 Dies at 69 | Gloucester Alumni

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Barry Morrow, the Oscar-winning screenwriter of "Rain Man," called Welch "one of my dearest friends, yet I never met the man.We were old-fashioned pen pals, linked together ... by a mutual friend," Morrow said in a telephone interview.Morrow said Welch cured him of exclamation points, which Morrow said he tended to use as stage directions.Welch's method was to send e-mails increasingly riven with them."Mostly," he said, "we talked about our world of characters, people we'd meet in everyday settings who would somehow add to our understanding of human nature."Morrow said they resisted phoning each other."Why break the mystique?"Morrow said Welch advised.The irony came later as I flew back home," Morrow said."We wouldn't meet; we wouldn't need to," Morrow said.


www.gloucestertimes.com

Barry Morrow, the Oscar-winning screenwriter of "Rain Man," called Welch "one of my dearest friends, yet I never met the man.We were old-fashioned pen pals, linked together ... by a mutual friend," Morrow said in a telephone interview.Morrow said Welch cured him of exclamation points, which Morrow said he tended to use as stage directions.Welch's method was to send e-mails increasingly riven with them."Mostly," he said, "we talked about our world of characters, people we'd meet in everyday settings who would somehow add to our understanding of human nature."Morrow said they resisted phoning each other. "Why break the mystique?"Morrow said Welch advised.The irony came later as I flew back home," Morrow said."We wouldn't meet; we wouldn't need to," Morrow said.


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