In the September issue of PDN we wrote about Sanctuary, Gregory Crewdson’s new book of black and white photographs made at the famed Cinecitta film studios in Rome, Italy, where directors from Rossellini to Fellini to Scorsese have worked on films.
This Tuesday New York Times film critic A.O. Scott, who wrote the introduction to Crewdson’s book, will interview Crewdson and writer-director Noah Baumbach in a TimesTalk, “Stories & Pictures.” PDN readers can purchase a special price ticket to the TimesTalk, $15 instead of $30. To get the special ticket price enter code NYTTF when ordering at TimesTalks.com.
Stories & Pictures: Noah Baumbach, Gregory Crewdson, and A.O. Scott
Tuesday, October 5th
6:30 – 8:30 PM
242 West 41st St. NYC
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