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James Franco and Lena Dunham to Appear in ‘Iconoclasts’

The ‘Spring Breakers’ and ‘Girls’ stars will be featured in the Sundance special

By: Ashley Baylen
Published: October 3rd, 2012 in Culture » TV » News
James Franco on Iconoclasts

The Sundance Channel, along with Grey Goose Entertainment, has announced its’ exciting line-up for the 6th season of ‘Iconoclasts’, an interview series featuring some of today’s most powerful celebrities.

‘Iconoclasts’ is not your average interview program. Instead of pairing a reporter with a celebrity to create a Q&A scenario, each episode consists of two people from different areas of entertainment questioning each other about their influences, passions, lives, and projects. It is an intimate setting that makes the viewer feel like a voyeur, which is of course, what makes it so wonderful.

The 6th season will see very interesting couplings including James Franco with Marina Abramovic (Oct. 9th), Judd Apatow with Lena Dunham (Oct.16th), Seth MacFarlane with Norah Jones (Oct.23rd), Christy Turlington Burns with Tory Burch (Oct.30th), and Jamie Oliver with Paul Smith (Nov.6th).

A few of these pairs have worked together before. Judd Apatow is the executive producer on Lena Dunham’s ‘Girls’ and Norah Jones played a supporting role in Seth MacFarlane’s ‘Ted’, so their interview sessions have the potential to be more personal.

Watch a sneak peak of James Franco and Serbian performance artist, Marina Abramovic, on the season premiere.

Related articles: James Franco, Lena Dunham, Iconoclasts, Sundance, Grey Goose, Interviews, Judd Apatow, Jamie Oliver, Paul Smith, Tory Burch, Christy Turlington, Norah Jones, Seth MacFarlane
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