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SPONSOR EVENT: EXCLUSIVE SCREENINGS AT THE NEW YORKER FESTIVAL

The New Yorker Festival arrives the weekend of October 7-9, 2016, for its seventeenth year of interviews, discussions, talks, debates, and live performances.

This year The New Yorker is also partnering with EPIX to bring Festival-goers exclusive free screenings of fall’s hottest new shows:

Reserve your free tickets here. Seating is first come, first served.

 

Saturday, October 8
10 A.M.
SPONSOR EVENT
“Graves,” the EPIX original series. Followed by a Q&A with the show’s creator, Joshua Stern.
MasterCard Stage at SVA Theatre 2
About the series: What do presidents do after they leave the White House? Start a foundation. Build a library. Look back on a legacy of public service and achievement. Or perhaps, try to make amends for the mistakes they made in office. in the run up to one of the most hotly contested elections in our country’s history, “Graves” is political satire about one man’s desire to reclaim his legacy.

 

Sunday, October 9
11:30 A.M.
SPONSOR EVENT:
“America Divided,” the EPIX original documentary series.
MasterCard Stage at SVA Theatre 2
About the series: Eight star correspondents lend their celebrity to tell essential stories of America today. Because in a country divided, our stories unite us. From executive producers Norman Lear, Shonda Rhimes, and Common.

 

2:00 P.M.
SPONSOR EVENT:
“Berlin Station,” the EPIX original series. Followed by a Q&A with series creator Olen Steinhauer and showrunner Bradford Winters.
MasterCard Stage at SVA Theatre 1
About the series: WikiLeaks. Whistle-blowers. State-sponsored hacking. The slightest intelligence leak is a threat to national security. Welcome to Berlin, the city of spies. In the age of Snowden, be on your guard.

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