Posted: 09/09/2011 by NYTVF
Marc Maron, Jason Sudeikis, Jonah Hill, Damon Lindelof and Phil Rosenthal headline Primetime Events at this year's New York Television Festival! Check out the website for more details on each event, IPC screenings, and ticket reservation: http://www.thefestguide.com/nytvf2011/?sortBy=title&curView=browseDetail&c=y&8759=0&8774=0&8769=896014
Damon Lindelof – NYTVF Creative Keynote Conversation
September 22 at 8:30 PM
The NYTVF welcomes visionary storyteller Damon Lindelof as the 2011 Creative Keynote. The co-creator and executive producer of Lost, Lindelof will participate in this intimate discussion of television writing and producing, offering TV lovers and Lost fans unique access and insight into the process of creating one of the biggest, boldest and most talked-about shows in the history of the art form.
FOX's newest animated series Allen Gregory will premiere at the New York Television Festival! Talk-back with series star and co-creator Jonah Hill to follow! Tuesday, September 20, at 7 PM in Manhattan - reserve tickets here: http://www.thefestguide.com/nytvf2011/NYTVF_Primetime_FOX_Sneak_Peek_of_Allen_Gregory.html?sortBy=title&curView=browseDetail&c=y&8759=0&8774=0&8769=896014
Marc Maron's TV Pilot, based off the WTF podcast, will premiere at the New York Television Festival! Screening and talkback with Maron on September 20, Tuesday, at 9 PM in Manhattan. More details and tickets ($10 in advance, FREE standby) here:
Jason Sudeikis will host the Late Night Writing Panel, featuring the comic forces behind New York's late night institutions on Thursday, September 22, at 9:30 PM. Panel focuses on the process of creating topical humor straight from the 24-hour news cycle. Writers from The Daily Show, The Colbert Report, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, and more share their experiences and provide their take on the current state of the genre.
Reserve tickets here: http://www.thefestguide.com/nytvf2011/NYTVF_Primetime_Long_Days_Journey_into_Late_Night_Primetime_Panel.html?c=y&3301=170181&curView=browseDetail&sortBy=title
Phil Rosenthal (Creator of Everybody Loves Raymond) is hosting the BAFTA comedy writing forum and Q&A at this year's New York Television Festival! Takes place on Thursday, September 22 in Manhattan. Check out the website for more details on the event and ticket reservation: http://www.thefestguide.com/nytvf2011/NYTVF_Primetime_BAFTA_Rocliffe_New_Writing_Forum_Reading_Series_Trans-Atlantic_Comedy_Making_the_Comedy_Writing_Leap_from_UK_to_US.html?c=y&3301=170131&curView=browseDetail&sortBy=title
Prime Suspect is screening at the New York Television Festival on September 21 at 7 pm in Manhattan! The new NBC primetime drama is based on the critically acclaimed British television series and has been redeveloped for American audiences by writer Alexandra Cunningham (Desperate Housewives, NYPD Blue), director Peter Berg (NBC's Friday Night Lights) -- and stars Maria Bello (A History of Violence). Reserve Tickets here! http://www.thefestguide.com/nytvf2011/NBC_Sneak_Peek_of_Prime_Suspect.html?sortBy=title&curView=browseDetail&c=y&8759=0&8774=0&8769=896014
Logo's The A-List: Dallas is screening at the New York Television Festival! Join series stars for this Red Carpet screening and panel on Wednesday, September 21, at 9:00PM. Reserve Tickets Here: http://www.thefestguide.com/nytvf2011/NYTVF_Primetime_Logo_Sneak_Peek_of_The_A_List_Dallas.html?c=y&sortBy=title&curView=browseDetail&8769=896014
The New York Television Festival is a week-long celebration featuring screenings of the best independently-produced content, panels and talkbacks with industry thought leaders and creative luminaries and red-carpet premieres of the stars and creatives behind the seasons' most anticipated new network and cable shows.