November 1, 2021

Lionsgate Exec Jason Constantine ’92 visits with Princeton students

Lecturer stands in front of class

Jason Constantine ’92 meets with students in Christina Lazaridi’s screenwriting course. Photo by Zohar Lavi-Hasson

Princeton alumnus Jason Constantine ’92, President of Acquisitions and Co-productions of Lionsgate, spent several days on campus during the last week of October, volunteering his time with the Department of Economics, the Lewis Center for the Arts, and the Center for Career Development, sharing his knowledge and expertise with more than 100 current Princeton students.

Jason gave a lecture in Dr. Swati Bhatt’s course, The Economics of the Internet, entitled “It’s a Wonderful Strife — How the Pandemic Catalyzed the Streaming Wars.” He also spoke with students in the Program in Creative Writing course, Introduction to Screen Writing: Adaptation, taught by Lecturer and fellow Princeton alumna Christina Lazaridi ’92.

Jason led a more informal conversation about careers in entertainment with a group of students over dinner, part of the Feeding the Arts series organized by the Lewis Center and the Center for Career Development.

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