The current godfather of comedy, Judd Apatow, is having a big summer: His book, Sick in the Head: Conversations About Life and Comedy, came out last week and he just finished a star-filled comedy tour to support his new film, Trainwreck, starring and written by Amy Schumer, which opens next month. So why not have a full week of his work, works he admires, and a talk with Lena Dunham to celebrate it all next month at the Film Society of Lincoln Center?

The Film Society just announced the details, and it's a Judd-a-palooza between July 10th and 14th. There will be screenings of films he's directed (Knocked Up, This is 40) and produced (Bridesmaids, Pineapple Express, Superbad)—plus a free marathon of all Freaks and Geeks episodes; a talk with Apatow and his "most celebrated protégé" Lena Dunham; some of his favorite films; and the world premiere of the eagerly anticipated Trainwreck, which is the first movie he's directed based on someone else's work.

You can see dates and times for all the events here. Tickets go on sale on Thursday, June 25th, but there's early access for Film Society members starting today. Until then, listen to Apatow on Marc Maron's podcast.