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Online Museum Offers Candid Discussions

12 Aug, 2008 By: John Latchem

The Museum of the Moving Image offers more than 70 exclusive discussions with leading figures in film and television, available to view for free at the museum's Pinewood Dialogues Online site, movingimage.us/pinewood.

Among the recent additions is a panel discussion featuring the cast and crew of HBO's “The Wire,” posted to coincide with the fifth and final season of the show being released on DVD Aug. 12.

The panel, recorded July 30 at The Times Center in New York, includes series creator David Simon, writer Richard Price and stars Seth Gilliam, Clark Johnson, Clarke Peters and Wendell Pierce.

Also available is a conversation between directors Jonathan Demme and Werner Herzog, and talks with Paul Thomas Anderson, Halle Berry, Francis Ford Coppola, Daniel Day-Lewis, Danny Glover, Tamara Jenkins, Laura Linney, Sidney Lumet, Arthur Penn and Wong Kar-wai.

The museum was founded in 1988 to advance public appreciation of the art, history, technique and technology of film, television and digital media.

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