As you may have noticed recently, a number of roundtable discussions featuring actors, filmmakers, writers, etc. have been making the rounds. With Oscar season comes roundtable videos, and while it’s absolutely part of certain studios’ awards campaigns, it’s actually a benefit for all as it allows us to get glean some fascinating insights from some of the best people making movies today. One such outlet putting together roundtable interviews is the cable channel EPIX (in concert with the LA Times) with the “Hollywood Sessions” series, and we here at Collider are happy to debut an exclusive clip from the show’s upcoming Supporting Actress roundtable. The clip in question features Snowpiercer actress Tilda Swinton considering Boyhood and why audiences connect with independent films, and she’s joined in the discussion by Patricia Arquette, Laura Dern, and Emma Stone.
Watch the clip after the jump and tune into “Hollywood Sessions: Supporting Actress” tomorrow night on EPIX at 8pm ET/PT. For more on the Best Supporting Actress race, be sure to check out our latest Oscar Beat column.