This Thursday, Gil Robertson, president of the African American Film Critics Association will join Eric Kohn and Anne Thompson for a live recording of Screen Talk, IndieWire’s weekly movie podcast.
The recording will take place on Thursday at 9 a.m. Pacific (12 p.m. Eastern). Register at this link to watch the conversation and submit questions for the Q&A.
Readers can also submit questions via social media on Twitter and Instagram in advance of the conversation.
Over the years, Screen Talk has recorded live episodes at countless film festivals, from Sundance to Cannes, Toronto, and New York. With the current festival calendar uncertain, this week’s episode should help fill the void. Kohn and Thompson will discuss the latest issues facing the film industry, from distribution challenges to film festivals and awards season. They will take into account the most recent news of the week while addressing the bigger picture. They will also debate some new releases and address the way viewer habits have evolved in recent weeks while sharing some of their own streaming highlights. The episode may even include some surprise guests.
Screen Talk is available on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, and Soundcloud. Previous episodes can be accessed here.
The event marks the latest live event in IndieWire’s expanding roster of online programming, which has also included weekly Instagram live sessions and a concert featuring Sydney Flanagan, the star of “Never, Rarely, Sometimes Always.”