7pm 92nd Street Y 1395 Lexington Avenue Kaufmann Concert Hall As the co-founder of Creative Artists Agency, Michael Ovitz reinvented the role of the agent and helped shape the careers of hundreds of A-list entertainers, directors, and writers. Acclaimed actor Bill Murray joins Ovitz to discuss his revealing memoir.
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@AmericanSonPlay 7pm The Auditorium at West 12th Street 66 West 12th Street Nikole Hannah-Jones, investigative reporter at The New York Times, moderates an important conversation with some of theater’s most timely and directional voices – Kerry Washington, an award-winning actor.
7pm Bar Schimmi 60 North 11th Street Brooklyn Showtime produced documentary entitled “Cradle of Champions” follows the early careers of fellow Golden Gloves champions, and highlights professional boxer Titus Williams.
Jane Fonda and Director Susan Lacy in Conversation with Reel Pieces’ Annette Insdorf at @92Y- Friday September 21st
7pm 92nd Street Y 1395 Lexington Avenue Kaufmann Concert Hall Girl next door, sex kitten, activist, fitness tycoon: Oscar-winner Jane Fonda has lived a life marked by controversy, tragedy, and transformation, and she’s done it all in the public eye.
@UWFilmFest Urbanworld is a five-day festival, anchored in film, showcasing narrative and documentary features, short films, spotlight screenings and conversations, and live staged screenplay readings.
6-8pm Dolby Screening Room NYC 1350 6th Avenue CNN Films, Magnolia and Vulture Insiders invite you and a guest to a screening of the documentary Love, Gilda, a treasure trove and personal diary by the beloved comedienne Gilda Radner, followed by a conversation with director Lisa D’Apolito and Vulture’s comedy editor, Megh Wright.
@FilmForumNYC Film Forum 209 West Houston Street From gonzo artists shooting 16mm on the Bronx’s Grand Concourse, to Hollywood producers writing checks to cash in on a new fad, rapping, DJing, break dancing, and graffiti went way beyond the sum of their parts: it had to be on the big screen.
7pm 92nd Street Y 1395 Lexington Avenue Kaufmann Concert Hall From her breakthrough role at age 17 as TV’s Gidget to her Emmy-winning work in Sybil to her Oscar-winning performances in Places of the Heart and Norma Rae, Sally Field is a true American icon, beloved for her astonishing range and power.