The Only Living Boy in New York Q&A With Kate Beckinsale and Marc Webb | KCET
The Only Living Boy in New York Q&A With Kate Beckinsale and Marc Webb
Following a screening of "The Only Living Boy in New York", Actress Kate Beckinsale and Director Marc Webb attended a Q&A hosted by Cinema Series host Pete Hammond. The 2017 Summer KCET Cinema Series took place at the Aero Theatre in Santa Monica.
The film, starring Jeff Bridges, Kate Beckinsale, Callum Turner, and Kiesey Clemons, was funded by a partnership between Amazon Studios and Roadside Attractions. It tells the story of a recent college graduate who begins to have an affair with his father's mistress. It is being released in theaters August 11th.
Listen to the lively Q&A and see pictures from the 2017 Summer KCET Cinema Series below.
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Come Out and See ‘Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood’ at the Summer KCET Cinema Series on June 26th
A Q&A will immediately follow with the film’s subject Scotty Bowers and director Matt Tyrnauer.
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