This week marked Lincoln's "coming out" party, with director Steven Spielberg premiering the film as part of a "secret screening" at the New York Film Festival this past Monday (read our review and listen to our post-screening podcast), as well as screening the movie for several high school and college students across the country last night, followed by a live Q&A with Spielberg and the film's star, Daniel Day-Lewis, that was streamed online.
That 42-minute Q&A, which covers everything about about the film and how they made it, is most interesting when we get to hear from Day-Lewis about his process and his decisions. He's one of today's greatest actors and the man hardly does any press, so any chance we get to see him speak about his craft for a long period of time is one that's worth taking advantage of. Check out the entire Q&A below, then make sure you go see Lincoln on November 9. It's not just a wonderfully acted history lesson, but it's also a pretty good movie.
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