Besides giving Justin Long some work and making him the geek poster boy, Apple has been pretty good at making lots of people wish they lived in SoHo (as well as a few other choice areas across the US). Along with indieWIRE, they've been bringing filmmakers and stars into their stores for discussion and exclusive clips -- this includes the indie names behindHannah Takes the Stairs, producers Jason Kliot and Joana Vicente who showed part of Redacted to New York fans, and even Wes Anderson, Jason Schwartzman, and Natalie Portmanpopped by for Hotel Chevalier, the short prequel to The Darjeeling Limited.

Now things are getting a little more sci-fi, and indieWIRE reports that the next filmmaker on the list is none other than Donnie Darko director Richard Kelly, who will be on hand to show clips from Southland Tales and talk about the film. The event will take place on Friday, October 19, and run for just one hour -- 6:30-7:30 p.m. As per usual, the cost is free, and it is first come, first serve at Apple's SoHo store on Prince Street in New York City. It sounds like this will be a speedy run-through that won't allow for many, or any, questions, but if there's a filmmaker and film around that might benefit from some expository commentary, it's Kelly and Tales!
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