Guy and Madeline on a Park Bench
Discourse, Sunday April 19 at 12:00 pm EST, produced by Nikki Leon.
A conversation with filmmaker
Damien Chazelle, whose debut picture, , is being feaured in the “ Guy and Madeline on a Park Bench Discovery” category at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival. Guy and Madeline is a musical, a gritty, vérité-style jazz flick, and, at its core, a love story. Catch the world premier at Tribeca this April 23rd, or check out the festival website for following showtimes and tickets.
This week, tune in for a double edition of
Discourse, featuring the latest in film and the future of molecular biology.
Sunday at 12:00 pm EST, join News Director Nikki Leon for a conversation with filmmaker Damien Chazelle, whose debut picture— Guy and Madeline on a Park Bench— is being featured at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival. Listen to the promo here.
12:30 pm EST Sophie Jin and Yihe Dong take a look at the latest in cell research. Jin explains how scientists are investigating “quiescence,” a specific state in the life cycle of the cell. Dong speaks with Princeton biologist Hilary Coller, a leader in the study of quiescence, about how her work may, among other things, be applied to cancer research.
If you miss the
broadcast or want to hear it a second time, come back to WPRB News for both episodes.
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