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Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Alejandro González Iñárritu, one of only three directors to ever win consecutive Oscars® and the first to do so in 65 years, will talk with ground-breaking performance artist Marina Abramović about his beautifully varied work on films such as Amores Perros, 21 Grams, Biutiful, Birdman, and most recently, The Revenant. Iñárritu is the first Mexican filmmaker to have been nominated for Best Director and Best Producer in the history of the Academy Awards. |Read More

DIRECTORS SERIES ALFONSO CUARN

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A conversation between two of the Mexican cinema greats. From the indie hit Y Tu Mamá También to blockbuster Gravity, film director Alfonso Cuarón has won two Academy Awards and received multiple international accolades and nominations for his work. Here he teams up with cinematographer and collaborator Emmanuel Lubezki, a three-time Academy Award winner for Best Cinematography for Birdman, The Revenant, and Gravity. |Read More

DIRECTORS SERIES ANDREA ARNOLD

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One of the freshest voices in cinema today, British filmmaker Andrea Arnold sits down with fellow filmmaker Ira Sachs for a conversation about her work - from her debut feature Red Road to the highly acclaimed Fish Tank. |Read More

DIRECTORS SERIES BAZ LUHRMANN WITH NELSON GEORGE

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Australian filmmaker Baz Luhrmann has one of the most distinctly recognizable visual styles in cinema today. With Nelson George he discusses creating work which merges both classic and modern worlds through films from The Great Gatsby to Moulin Rouge. |Read More

DIRECTORS SERIES JODIE FOSTER WITH JULIE TAYMOR

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Jodie Foster has culminated her experience as an actress into directing and will explore how she has forged a position as an esteemed filmmaker in both film and television through a conversation with filmmaker Julie Taymor. |Read More
Filmmaker Jon Favreau will talk to actress Scarlett Johansson about his distinguished and diverse career as a director, successful across both indie and blockbuster franchises, ranging from the indie hit Swingers to the blockbuster Iron Man series. He will also discuss his initiation into virtual reality with Gnomes & Goblins and the landmark live action effort, The Jungle Book, truly embodying the spirit of a director who knows no bounds. |Read More
A stalwart of comedy since his cult favorite Freaks and Geeks, Paul Feig discusses his career which ranges from directing episodes of hit shows including The Office, Arrested Development, and Nurse Jackie to feature film with writer, actor, and standup comedian Michael Che. His racuous comedy has earned him a name not only as a director, but also as a leader in female driven films through feminist comedies such as Bridesmaids, The Heat, Spy, and the all-female Ghostbusters reboot. |Read More
Academy Award-winner Alexander Payne will discuss his career as the writer/director of notable satires and dark comedies Election, Citizen Ruth and Downsizing, as well as family comedy-dramas The Descendants, About Schmidt and Nebraska. Payne will be joined by the renowned comedian and former television host,Dick Cavett, whose work on the Dick Cavett Show landed him three Emmy Awards. The two Nebraska natives will discuss their lives as creators and the nuances of telling a great story. |Read More
Following the New York Premiere of his film Tully, writer, director, and producer Jason Reitman will sit down with revered writer/director Tamara Jenkins (The Savages, Slums of Beverly Hills) to discuss his latest film, as well as his eminent career as the writer/director of witty, satirical indie comedies such as Thank you For Smoking and Up in the Air. Reitman’s collaborations with screenwriter Diablo Cody have produced such memorable films as Young Adult and Juno, the latter of which was Roger Ebert’s favorite film of 2007. Nominated for four Academy Awards by the age of 32, and the winner of a Golden Globe for best screenplay for Up in the Air, Reitman has established himself as a formidable voice in independent filmmaking. |Read More
Academy Award-winning filmmaker, journalist and artist Laura Poitras has spent her career uncovering America’s hidden truths. Her film Citizenfour won an Oscar for best documentary feature, and My Country, My Country was an Academy Award nominee in 2007. Poitras received the George Polk Award for National Security Journalism and in 2014 she shared the Pulitzer Prize for public service. She is the co-creator of the visual journalism project Field of Vision. |Read More
Virtuosic filmmaker Lesli Linka Glatter is one of the most prolific television directors in the industry, with more than 100 hours of episodic television, seven Emmy nominations and 2 DGA Awards under her belt. Her impressive and innumerable directorial credits include: Twin Peaks, Freaks and Geeks, Gilmore Girls, The West Wing, Mad Men and Homeland, for which she is also an executive producer. To discuss her illustrious career, Lesli will be joined by her Homeland collaborator and esteemed actress Claire Danes, whose versatility and tenacity as a performer has garnered her three Emmy Awards, four Golden Globes and two SAG Awards. These two seminal and intrepid women will discuss their impressive careers and the trails they’ve blazed for women in a profession that continues to be dominated by men. |Read More
Trailblazing writer, director and producer Nancy Meyers will discuss her illustrious body of work with the astute and distinguished film critic and writer Carrie Rickey, whose body of work explores art that reflects the female experience. Together, they will walk through Nancy’s prolific career, from her auspicious debut as the co-screenwriter of the groundbreaking film Private Benjamin, which earned her an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Screenplay, to her landmark work as the writer/director of such films as It’s Complicated, Something’s Gotta Give and The Intern. Meyers has the uncanny ability to tap into the very heart of modern relationships, and her films have chronicled women and men, at work and in love, in a singular fashion that makes each film instantly recognizable as a Nancy Meyers movie. |Read More