NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden’s telepresence world tour has another stop: a conversation following an early screening of the upcoming Oliver Stone biopic, Snowden. The Oscar-winning director will also be a part of the fireside chat, but rather than beaming in from Moscow, according to Deadline he’ll be joining from New York. That, in a nutshell, is the difference between being wanted by the federal government and making a movie about someone wanted by the federal government.
“Snowden Live” will broadcast to 700 theaters in the US (find out if it’s in your city right here), one night only on September 14th. See the film two days early, catch a conversation between its director and exiled subject and have a cool story for your grandkids all in one fell swoop. What else do you have going on Wednesday nights anyhow?