Willem Dafoe in Conversation and a Screening of The Lighthouse WAIT LIST ONLY

Join Academy Award-nominated actor Willem Dafoe in a conversation about the making of his new film, The Lighthouse—including a bonus free screening before for ticketholders to the talk.

Dafoe’s masterful performance in this hallucinatory black-and-white psychological thriller about two lighthouse keepers stuck on a remote island in 19th-century New England is already thrilling audiences and generating Oscar buzz. Dafoe shares his insights from the role—pitched perfectly opposite Robert Pattinson—along with stories from behind the scenes and much more.

Dafoe will be in conversation with Caryn James, film critic for BBC Culture and a regular contributor on film and television to The Wall Street Journal and The Hollywood Reporter. She was previously a film critic and chief television critic for The New York Times, and has appeared on CBS Sunday Morning, MSNBC, and other programs as a film commentator. She is the author of the novels Glorie and What Caroline Knew.











When: Fri., Nov. 15, 2019 at 7:30 pm
Where: 92nd Street Y
1395 Lexington Ave.
212-415-5500
Price: $45
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Join Academy Award-nominated actor Willem Dafoe in a conversation about the making of his new film, The Lighthouse—including a bonus free screening before for ticketholders to the talk.

Dafoe’s masterful performance in this hallucinatory black-and-white psychological thriller about two lighthouse keepers stuck on a remote island in 19th-century New England is already thrilling audiences and generating Oscar buzz. Dafoe shares his insights from the role—pitched perfectly opposite Robert Pattinson—along with stories from behind the scenes and much more.

Dafoe will be in conversation with Caryn James, film critic for BBC Culture and a regular contributor on film and television to The Wall Street Journal and The Hollywood Reporter. She was previously a film critic and chief television critic for The New York Times, and has appeared on CBS Sunday Morning, MSNBC, and other programs as a film commentator. She is the author of the novels Glorie and What Caroline Knew.

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