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TimesTalks, The New York Times’s acclaimed series of live conversations between Times journalists and leading figures in culture, the arts and politics, will mark its 15
th anniversary year with an exclusive series of events, including TimesTalks at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival and a special Winter season of programs in New York.
TimesTalks has brought some of the world’s most recognizable names in film, music, politics, ideas, fashion, food and books to live audiences across the country and internationally since its launch in 1998. Star-studded TimesTalks alumni include
Salman Rushdie and
Denzel Washington, along with renowned Times columnists
Nicholas Kristof and
Kicking off the Winter 2013 season, TimesTalks at the Sundance Film Festival will present engaging discussions with independent film directors and actors making news at the Festival, including
David Gordon Green,
Juno Temple and
Melena Ryzik, lead writer for The Times’s
Carpetbagger blog, will moderate TimesTalks at the Festival, beginning Jan. 22 at the Cinema Café at the Festival’s Filmmakers Lodge.
Access to TimesTalks at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City will be for credentialed Festival attendees. TimesTalks will be available to the public via live stream, which is free to view, at
TimesTalks has also unveiled its lineup for Winter programs at
TheTimesCenter in New York. TimesTalks at TheTimesCenter will include conversations with the creators of “
Carrie Brownstein and
Jonathan Krisel; interviews with Grammy Award-winning artists
Josh Groban and
Norah Jones, who will also perform live; and
Harvey Fierstein and
Cyndi Lauper on the upcoming Broadway show “
Kinky Boots,” with a live musical performance by cast members.
TimesTalks at TheTimesCenter will be streamed live and free to view at
As TimesTalks commemorates 15 years of its unique conversation series, it will continue to broaden its reach to deliver The New York Times experience to more audiences around the world, building on previous events held in Paris, London, Madrid, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., and in New York, as well as TimesTalks at the Sundance Film Festival and Cannes Film Festival.