By Peter Knegt | Indiewire May 8, 2009 at 4:15AM
Over the past week, indieWIRE posted videos from the Tribeca Talks series it co-produced with Apple. Among them were actress Natalie Portman (promoting the website she co-founded, Makingof.com), director Lee Daniels (discussing Sundance winner and upcoming Cannes entry 'Precious'), director Atom Egoyan (on his latest film 'Adoration,' which opens in theaters today), and Gael Garcia Bernal, Diego Luna and Carlos Cauron (discussing their "Rudo y Cursi," also out today).
In addition, iTunes has released all the talks in podcast form (in full and for free). You can listen to all of them via this link. They include the aforementioned four talks - Daniels, Portman, Egoyan and the "Rudo" team - as well as the following: Spike Lee, director of "Passing Strange" and "Kobe Doin' Work", Kirby Dick, director of "Outrage," and pictured above, Conor McPherson, director of "The Eclipse", So Yong Kim and Bradley Rust Gray, directors of "Treeless Mountain" and "The Exploding Girl", Ti West, director of "House of the Devil", Dan Folger, director of "Hysterical Psycho", Gabriel Noble, director of "P-Star Rising", and a talk with the team from SnagFilms and indieWIRE. Conversations with "Julia" star Tilda Swinton (moderated by John Cameron Mitchell), "Love The Beast" director Eric Bana, and "My Life In Ruins" actress Nia Vardalos and director Donald Petrie on her, are set to be added to the batch in the coming days, so check back.