We've mentioned indieWIRE's filmmaker talks sponsored by Apple before. There's been Julie Delpy, shots of Redacted, Wes Anderson and crew, Richard Kelly and some Tales, Rewinding with Michel Gondry, and some David Gordon Green. They really know how to get people you'd want to see up close, and hear what they have to say about their films. And they sinisterly make me wish I was in New York City every few months.

Now indieWIRE continues the trend with their latest conquest; Wong Kar Wai, who will finally make his English-language debut on mainstream screens this April 4, and will be popping by the Apple Store in SoHo on April 1. The director will show scenes from My Blueberry Nights, and Dennis Lim will moderate a discussion about the film as well.

If you make it out to any of these (and are, of course, lucky enough to be in the vicinity), this would probably be the one to see. How many times does the guy do talks stateside -- one you can see for free?! The talk will be held from 7:00-8:00 p.m., at 103 Prince Street, NYC, and it's first-come, first-serve free seating. If any of you Cinematical readers make it out to the talk, let us know how it went!
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