Tribeca: Q-Tip, Director Todd Haynes to Take Part in Music and Film Panel (Exclusive)
The A Tribe Called Quest founder and "I'm Not There" director will discuss how filmmakers and musicians take cues from each other.
The Tribeca Film Festival will hold a panel pairing hip hop artist Q-Tip with I'm Not There director Todd Haynes for a discussion of how filmmakers and musicians take cues from each other, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
The panel, called Tribeca Talks Industry: Music + Film and hosted by American Express, will be an hour-long session moderated by Billboard editor Joe Levy at SVA Theatre 1 from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. on April 23.
In addition to I'm Not There, in which six different actors portrayed Bob Dylan, Haynes previously directed Far From Heaven and Safe, which both starred Julianne Moore.
Q-Tip, a founding member of group A Tribe Called Quest, told Billboard in March that he is planning to reunite the group for his 2014 album The Last Zulu.
Previously announced Tribeca Talks Industry events include a panel on new filmmakers featuring Alex Karpovsky (Girls) and Lance Edmands (Bluebird) on April 25 and a discussion of "race, authorship and authenticity" that includes panelists Terence Nance (An Oversimplification of Her Beauty) and Braven Films CEO Frida Torresblanco on April 19.
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