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Alison Brie Talks ‘Happiest Season,’ ‘Promising Young Woman’ & Making Art That Matters [The Fourth Wall]

As we entered 2020, there was arguably no actor poised to have as monumental of a year as Alison Brie. With an already diverse body of work ranging from period dramas to comedies, animation, video games, indie darlings, and more, this year especially feels like a snapshot of everything she’s strived for her entire career […]

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How Rainsford and Natasha Braier Pulled Off Shia Labeouf and Margaret Qualley’s Sexy, Nsfw New Film

Shia Labeouf and Margaret Qualley went full frontal for the new music video from Qualley’s sister, the recording artist known as Rainsford, “Love Me Like You Hate Me.” Shooting earlier this fall during quarantine, the filmmakers kept a tight set, with just a handful of people in the room, to allow the actors to bare […]

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Where to Stream Lynn Shelton’s Best Movies and TV Episodes

Saturday afternoon brought the unexpected and tragic news of the passing of Lynn Shelton, who died on Friday night at the age of 54. The cause of death, as shared by her creative and romantic partner Marc Maron, was an undiagnosed blood disorder.A writer, director, producer, actor, and editor, Shelton was among the leading voices […]

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Lynn Shelton, Director of ‘Humpday’ and ‘Little Fires Everywhere,’ Dies at 54

Lynn Shelton, an indie filmmaker who helped popularize the mumblecore genre with works such as “Humpday” and “Your Sister’s Sister,” died Friday of a blood disorder. She was 54.Shelton was best known for her naturalistic, understated approach to comedy and drama in low-budget films that were hits with the Sundance crowd, but she reached a […]

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Lynn Shelton, ‘Humpday’ director and Us indie darling, dies at 54

Writer, director, actor died in Los Angeles from previously unidentified blood disorder.Lynn Shelton, a doyenne of Us indie cinema who broke out at Sundance with her female gaze comedy Humpday, has died. She was 54.Shelton died on Friday (May 15) in Los Angeles from a previously unidentified blood disorder. Besides her film accolades, she was […]

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Lynn Shelton, Director of ‘Humpday’, ‘Mad Men’ and ‘Glow’, Has Died at 54

Many notable names have passed away due to complications from coronavirus, but today brings the shocking and unexpected news of indie film and television director Lynn Shelton dying at 54 years old from other complications. The filmmaker worked on everything from mumblecore indie movies like Humpday and Your Sister’s Sister to hit television shows like […]

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Friends and Collaborators Mourn the Loss of Director Lynn Shelton: ‘She Was Only Just Getting Started’

Lynn Shelton, the beloved indie film director who also helmed mainstream TV programs like “Little Fires Everywhere,” “Mad Men” and “Glow,” tragically died on Friday. Her publicist cited a previously unknown blood disorder as the cause of death. She was 54.Shelton made her directorial debut at the Sundance Film Festival in 2006 with “We Go […]

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Lynn Shelton Dies: ‘Humpday,’ ‘Glow,’ ‘Little Fires Everywhere’ Director Was 54

Writer, director, producer, actor, and editor Lynn Shelton passed away on Friday, May 15 at the age of 54 in Los Angeles due to a previously unidentified blood disorder. Shelton was among the leading voices of American independent film, working on all sides of the camera in such films as “Humpday,” “Your Sister’s Sister,” “Outside […]

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