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Tuesday, December 14, 2010
92Y Video: James Franco and Annette Insdorf on Howl

James Franco talks with Annette Insdorf about his role as Allen Ginsberg in Howl during the perennially sold out Reel Pieces series at 92nd Street Y. Of the infamous poem, Franco told the audience: “I read it to myself in it’s entirety, I don’t know how many times.” “...fortunately,” he continued, “it comes in a very small volume so I could walk around New York and just read that out loud, and I did that.”

Next up for Reel Pieces is Kevin Spacey on January 4, who will sit down for a Q&A with Insdorf after a screening of his latest film, Casino Jack. Get your tickets here before they sell out.

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