Patricia Clarkson will join next month's 22nd Hamptons International Film Festival as part of its live interview series, "A Conversation With . . . ," reports Newsday's Rafer Guzmán. Clarkson, whose film "Learning to Drive" will screen at the festival, marks the rare fifth addition to what is traditionally a four-person lineup. This year's other participants are Hilary Swank, Mark Ruffalo, Laura Dern and Joel Schumacher. The festival also announced its screening schedule, which includes the centerpiece film "Birdman," starring Michael Keaton as a washed-up actor, and the closing film, "Still Alice," with Julianne Moore as a professor diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. Tickets for the festival, which runs Oct. 9 through 13, go on sale Saturday.