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Latest Lynn Shelton Items
If “The Laggies” has two things going for it — it’s a relatable theme and a home run of a cast. But if it has a fault, it’s the failure to make those strong elements work.
Director Lynn Shelton has a great idea for how to market her new film, "Laggies": put video of Keira Knightley dancing as a sign-spinner on YouTube.
For the first time, the Sundance Film Festival could do a boy-girl, boy-girl seating arrangement of directors in its U.S. dramatic competition _ and not run out of girls.
It's that time of year again when a tiny ski-resort town becomes the place to be for anyone in show business _ stars and directors, distribution executives, musicians, unknown filmmakers hoping that people might want to hear the stories they tell.
An almost hypnotic sense of naturalism draws you into "Your Sister's Sister," an intimate comic-drama about three people who find their lives intertwined in sudden and unexpected ways.