Reason number #307 why I sometimes wish I still lived in New York City, in spite of the ridiculous cost of living there: There is so much cool film stuff going on there on any given night of the week. Case in point: our friends over at indieWIRE continue their series of monthly presentations with Apple Store - SOHO Wednesday night from 7:30-8:30PM with NYC-based film producers Jason Kliot and Joana Vicente.

Kliot and Viencte are the producing team behind some awesome indie fare, including films by Brian De Palma, Jim Jarmusch, Hal Hartley and more. The pair will discuss their producing partnership at the event -- they're responsible for films like Coffee and Cigarettes and Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room (they've produced over 30 films, so no doubt they have way more to talk about than will fit into a one-hour program). But wait, that's not all!

They'll also be showing scenes from De Palma's Redacted, which just played at Toronto and is showing at the New York Film Festival on October 10 and 11. Wednesday's even will be hosted by indieWIRE Editor-in-Chief Eugene Hernandez, and best of all, it's FREE, so you can even afford to go get a nice coffee with all your film geek friends after and talk about it. Seating is first come, first served, no RSVP required.