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PANEL: Chat with Rebecca Miller
Kleinert James Art Center WOODSTOCK
10/15/2017, 12:00PM
$ 15


Sunday 12pm

Join Rebecca Miller, director of this year's Closing Night Film Arthur Miller: Writer as she talks about making a film about her father and her own life as a filmmaker.


Rebecca Miller has written and directed six feature films: Angela, winner of the Sundance Film Festival Filmmakers Trophy and Cinematography Award, and the Gotham Award; Personal Velocity, winner of the Sundance Grand Jury Prize and Cinematography Award, and the Independent Spirit John Cassavetes Award; The Ballad of Jack and Rose, starring Daniel Day-Lewis and Catherine Keener; The Private Lives of Pippa Lee, starring Robin Wright, Alan Arkin, and Keanu Reeves; Maggie's Plan, starring Greta Gerwig, Ethan Hawke, and Julianne Moore, and Arthur Miller: Writer, a documentary. Her books Personal Velocity, The Private Lives of Pippa Lee and Jacob's Folly have been published in over thirty countries.


Logan Hill writes frequently about arts and culture for many of the world's best media outlets, including The New York Times, New York Magazine, Wired, Rolling Stone, Cosmopolitan, GQ, Esquire, Businessweek, and This American Life. When he's not writing, he reviews films on the TV show Talking Pictures on Demand. He is also the host of the new TimesTalks monthly screening series Screen Times.

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