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Director Q&A: J.P. Sniadecki on 'People's Park'

NEW YORK, August 20, 2015 — Filmmaker J.P. Sniadecki speaks with Angela Zito of New York University following the screening of his film People’s Park, co-directed with Libbie Dina Cohn. Introductory remarks by Sniadecki and Zito. (36 min., 17 sec.)


Arts
 /  New York
Experts in the arts, technology, and philanthropy share their experience in making art more accessible to wider audiences.
Arts
 /  New York
Art, design, and technology experts present their observations about the shifting habit of encountering culture through a screen rather than in person.
Arts
 /  New York
Arts administrators present innovative cases of collaboration in the areas of technology, culture, and education.
Current Affairs
 /  New York
An inspiring conversation about the power of holistic education and how it can change lives.
Current Affairs
 /  New York
Former ambassador Kristie Kenney predicts how U.S.-Asia deals might take shape in a post-election environment.
Current Affairs
 /  New York
Former ambassador Kristie Kenney and Asia Society Policy Institute's Daniel Russel discuss a variety of issues related to U.S.-Asia relations at this edition of Asia Briefing.
Policy
 /  Northern California
After Daniel Rosen's presentation of Rhodium Group's new report, Hongbin Li, Marsha Vende Berg, Marck Cohen, and Edith Yeung engaged in a discussion.
Policy
 /  Northern California
Rosen's presentation was followed by a conversation with Victor Shih, professor at the School of Global Policy and Strategy at UC San Diego.
Current Affairs
 /  Australia
An annual executive forum taking the pulse of the major developments in Asia and the state of Australia’s engagement with the region.
Current Affairs
 /  Japan
The lawmaker engaged in a fireside chat on the future of the Asia Pacific with Asia Society President and CEO Josette Sheeran.
Current Affairs
 /  Japan
Caroline Kennedy moderates a discussion including four Asia 21 Young Leaders on the next generation of public service.
Current Affairs
 /  New York
James Palmer explains why it's so difficult for journalists to report on the human rights crisis in China's far western region.