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WNYC partners with the Tribeca Film Festival to bring you exclusive recordings of panels, discussions and interviews. Hear conversations about the festival's selected films, as well as the entertainment industry at large, with such luminary voices as Aaron Sorkin, Amy Schumer, and Christopher Nolan. Find the full selection of 2015 talks here, along with 2014's panels.
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WNYC partners with the Tribeca Film Festival to bring you exclusive recordings of panels, discussions and interviews. Hear conversations about the festival's selected films, as well as the entertainment industry at large, with such luminary voices as Aaron Sorkin, Amy Schumer, and Christopher Nolan. Find the full selection of 2015 talks here, along with 2014's panels.
WNYC Studios is a listener-supported producer of other leading podcasts including Radiolab, Death, Sex & Money, On the Media, Here’s the Thing with Alec Baldwin, Nancy and many others.
© WNYC Studios

    Janeane Garofalo, Brad Bird and Really Smart Cartoons

    Janeane Garofalo, Brad Bird and Really Smart Cartoons

    Brad Bird, director of The Incredibles and Ratatouille, first caught the attention of Disney after making his first animated film at age 14. Now one of the premier filmmakers in the Pixar camp, Bird is going live-action with the upcoming blockbuster Tomorrowland, based on the Disney park attraction. 

    Bird talks about making smart, creative family films with the very funny Janeane Garofalo, who stars as the voice of Colette, the feminist chef, in Ratatouille. 

    • 50 min
    Christian Slater Leads an Underground Hacker Army in Mr. Robot

    Christian Slater Leads an Underground Hacker Army in Mr. Robot

    There's a powerful group of people out there that are secretly running the world. The guys no one knows about. The guys that are invisible. The guys that play god without permission. And in the new USA Network series Mr. Robot, Christian Slater plays the leader of a hacker army at war with those guys. Hear Slater, his co-star Rami Malek, and the show's creator Sam Esmail discuss the show after a screening of the series premier.

    • 40 min
    'True Detective' Director Cary Fukunaga vs. The Clown

    'True Detective' Director Cary Fukunaga vs. The Clown

    Cary Fukunaga, the director of such edgy films as Jane Eyre and Sin Nombre, not to mention the often discomforting first season of True Detective, still has a fear of clowns. Fukunaga is now remaking Stephen King's It, and he told a crowd at the Tribeca Film Festival that in his mind, he still sees the same haunting image of Pennywise the clown that he saw as a kid. 

    Hear Fukunaga's full conversation with veteran independent film producer James Schamus.

    • 59 min
    The Stars of SnapChat, Vine and YouTube

    The Stars of SnapChat, Vine and YouTube

    Iman Crosson, who's better known on social media as Alphacat, has been making YouTube videos since the site's inception. But he's now perhaps just as well known for his Vine videos, which include remarkable six-second impressions of President Obama that actually earned Crosson the opportunity to meet the president. And yes, he Vined it. 

    But social media filmmaking isn't just a hobby. Some of the top performers on Vine and SnapChat bring in up to $100,000 a week by making sponsored content and selling advertisements. 

    Joining Crosson on this panel about the art and business of social media storytelling are Michael and Even Gregory of The Gregory Brothers, famous for their Auto-Tune the News videos. And we'll hear from "the Godfather of SnapChat," Casey Neistat. 

    • 58 min
    The Psychological Depth of Good Will Hunting

    The Psychological Depth of Good Will Hunting

    There's a scene in the movie Good Will Hunting where the character played by Stellan Skarsgard implores anyone in his class to solve this insurmountably difficult math problem, and of course, the one who solves it is a townie janitor played by Matt Damon. It turns out -- at least according to this video by a Cambridge mathematician -- that the problem itself wasn't so difficult. But the point remains: there's real intellectual heft to the film. And after this special screening of the film in partnership with The Alfred P. Sloan foundation, we'll hear from psychiatrist Paul Browde and World Science Festival co-founder Brian Greene about some of the math, science and psychology in movie.

    Joining them on the panel is the film's director, Gus Van Sant, and actors Minnie Driver and Stellan Skarsgard.

    • 40 min
    Creating the Sound of the Coen Brothers

    Creating the Sound of the Coen Brothers

    Who could forget the psychedelic jams of The Big Lebowski; the old-timey ballads of the Soggy Bottom Boys in O Brother, Where Art Thou?; or the eerie silence, minus the sound of Javier Bardem's cattle prod, in No Country for Old Men? Composer Carter Burwell and sound mixer Skip Lievsay, who've worked on almost every Coen brothers movie, discuss the unique sound they create, and reveal further details on the upcoming Coen brothers movie Hail, Caesar!

    • 50 min

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