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You're Invited: Pedro Almodovar, the Dardenne Brothers and More Talking to iW at NYFF

By Indiewire Staff | Indiewire September 26, 2011 at 8:03AM

Here's your chance to connect with filmmakers at New York Film Festival at our afternoon talk series beginning this Saturday.
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Here's your chance to connect with filmmakers at New York Film Festival at our afternoon talk series beginning this Saturday.

Over five days, you can settle down to see talent from this year’s festival discuss their films. The talks are free and open to the public.

Saturday’s guests will include the NYFF Selection Committee, who will be on hand to discuss this year's films.

Additional guests during the festival include Pedro Almodovar ("The Skin I Live In"), directors Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne ("The Kid With a Bike"), actress Stephanie Sigman (“Miss Bala”), Antonio Campos, Sean Durkin, Josh Monde of Borderline Films and more.

Below is the full schedule:

Saturday, October 1
1PM indieWIRE Meets: The NYFF Selection Committee (moderator Dana Harris)

Sunday, October 2
2PM indieWIRE Meets: Director Gerardo Naranjo & Actress Stephanie Sigman, “Miss Bala” (moderator Brian Brooks)
3PM indieWIRE Meets: Director Xan Aranda, "Andrew Bird: Fever Year" (moderator Dana Harris)

Wednesday, October 5
5PM indieWIRE Meets: Borderline Films Directors Antonio Campos, Sean Durkin & Josh Monde (moderator Eric Kohn)
6PM indieWIRE Meets: Directors Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne, “The Kid With A Bike” (moderator Eric Kohn)

Friday, October 14
5PM indieWIRE Meets: Director Pedro Almodovar, “The Skin I Live In” (moderator Richard Peña)

Saturday, October 15
6PM indieWIRE Meets: Director Jeffrey Schwarz, “Vito” (moderator Basil Tsiokos)

[Editor's Note: It was incorrectly stated that the talks were only open to pass holders. They are in fact free and open to the public.]

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