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The Verge partners with The Tribeca Film Festival for 'The Future of Film Live' April 22nd-25th!

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We are proud to announce a partnership with the world-renowned Tribeca Film Festival for its second annual "Future of Film Live" series. Join us for a wide-ranging series of talks with some of the biggest names in the industry — moderated by our own Joshua Topolsky. Over four days and seven conversations, we'll explore all aspects of film, from inception and creation to distribution and discussion. How will cinematography evolve? How will we embrace non-linear narratives? Is film as we know it dead?

Guests include A.O. Scott (The New York Times), Nate Mitchell (Oculus Rift), Dan Connors (Telltale, The Walking Dead adventure games), and many more. Additionally, Chris Hardwick (aka "The Nerdist") will moderate a day of conversations with Morgan Spurlock, the Safdie Brothers, and more.

"The Future of Film Live" runs from April 22nd through 25th at 92Y Tribeca. It's free and open to the public, but you have to register online (starting April 10th) to attend. Video highlights will be published daily. More details can be found here. Seriously, you won't want to miss this. See you there!