Cass Warner has the pleasure of sharing her family's story with many different audiences – film festivals, private gatherings, universities, and other event venues.
From several decades of research from doing her book and documentary, she offers tales of the Warner brothers in depth which includes their personal history; photos & footage; their philosophy; their successful actions; their business wisdoms; insights and personal observations – all engendering inspiration and information.
SPEAKING AT THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE FOR THE INVESTMENT INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION OF CANADA:
"We received very positive feedback about the evening, your film, your comments and the words of wisdom from your grandfather."
~Director, Marketing and Member Services for the Annual Conference for the Investment Industry Association of Canada
SPEAKING AT COLLEGES:
"I found, out of all the guest speakers that came to class this term, Cass Warner the most interesting. Before I even saw her film, it was her entire personality that struck me. She was humble and inspiring..."
Philip Young – Student at The Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA
"Cass Warner showed us that behind the glitz and glamour, the soft lights and deep shadows, were real people. People who had an idea and brought that idea to fruition." Sean Chung – Student at The Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA
Stephen Bogart and Cass Warner Toured "An Inside Look At The Titans of Hollywood"
In 2013, Stephen Bogart and Cass Warner came together and presented "An Inside Look At The Titans of Hollywood" – a multimedia program featuring speaking, videos and still pictures in addition to a Question and Answer period by both.
Key components were Stephen's home movies and an inside look into the Bogart/Bacall family. Cass showed excerpts from her award-winning 2008 documentary, THE BROTHERS WARNER, plus still pictures of her grandfather and his three brothers taken during the course of their career. Except for the documentary footage, all of the material had never been released to the public--a treasure trove of material and memories.