DOCUDAY NEW YORK, Fred Armisen, Tina Fey and More Set for Paley Center NY, Feb 2013


Paley Center NY has announced some February 2013 programming updates. Scroll below for details!

DocuDay New York 2013: See the Academy Award-Nominated Docs
Saturday, February 23, 2013
to Sunday, February 24, 2013
New York

FREE for Paley Center Members and IDA Members.
Included with admission for the general public.
No RSVP required. Open seating for all, first-come, first-served.

The Paley Center and the International Documentary Association (IDA) are pleased to screen the documentaries, features and short subjects, which are nominated for the 85th Annual Academy Awards. These weekend screenings give the Paley Center and IDA members a unique chance to see the documentary films before the Oscar telecast on Sunday evening, February 24. We thank the nominated filmmakers for making their programs available to us.

New York Schedule:
Saturday Feb 23, 2013
12:05 pm The Invisible War (93 minutes)
1:45 pm 5 Broken Cameras (94 minutes)
3:30 pm Searching for Sugar Man (86 minutes)

Sunday Feb 24, 2013
12:05 pm How to Survive a Plague (110 minutes)
2:05 pm Inocente (40 minutes)
2:55 pm Kings Point (40 minutes)
3:45 pm Open Heart (39 minutes)
4:30 pm Mondays at Racine (39 minutes)
5:15 pm Redemption (35 minutes)
Unfortunately, at this time we are not able to screen The Gatekeepers.

See PaleyFest in a Movie Theater Near You
The Paley Center is happy to partner with Fathom Events to bring the PALEYFEST 2013 events with the cast & creators of The Walking Dead and The Big Bang Theory to a movie theater near you! IN NYC, the two events will be shown at major theaters including Empire on 42nd, Kips Bay, and Union Sq Stadium 14.

Reminder about the remaining Feb events:

She's Making Media: Julianna Margulies
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
6:30 pm
New York

Julianna Margulies
Moderator: Pat Mitchell, President/CEO, The Paley Center for Media
As attorney Alicia Florrick, on the acclaimed CBS drama The Good Wife, Julianna Margulies has created one of television's most complex and fascinating characters, a woman rising above Scandal to restart her personal and professional life. Margulies's performance has brought her a second Emmy, the first coming for her breakthrough role as head nurse Carol Hathaway on the classic medical series ER. Keeping equally busy in film and onstage, her versatility has also reached behind the scenes, taking on the task of producing The Good Wife as well. Margulies will talk about her work on the series and her career as one of the top actresses in the medium.