Annual NYC TV festival Split Screens is now in its third year. The 2019 edition happens May 29 - June 3 and includes a mix of talks and screenings, and tickets are on sale now. Among the events is a screening of Deadwood: The Movie on May 31 at the SVA Theater with a live skype Q&A with Al Swearengen himself, Ian McShane. (Will there be peaches?) Other events:

Better Things star/creator Pamela Adlon will talk about the show and other subjects at IFC Center on May 31.

A Fear the Walking Dead premiere screening at IFC Center on June 2 with a Q&A with Scott M. Gimple, Executive Producer of Fear the Walking Dead and Chief Content Officer of The Walking Dead Universe, and actors Austin Amelio, Alycia Debnam Carey, Colman Domingo, Jenna Elfman and Danay Garcia.

A talk with the creative minds behind Netflix's Russian Doll at IFC Center on May 29 with Leslye Headland, production designer Michael Bricker, hair department head Marcel Dagenais, editor Todd Downing, costume designer Jenn Rogien, director of photography Chris Teague, and editor Laura Weinberg.

Sam Esmail, the creator of Mr. Robot and Homecoming, will talk about paranoid thrillers and how they figure into his two shows at IFC Center on June 1, plus he'll present a 20th anniversary screening of Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut.

Also at Split Screen 2019: events with The Handmaid's Tale, The Good Place, Instinct, and more.