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Kathryn Hahn and Tamara Jenkins Break Down
This one goes out to all the women sitting absolutely pantsless in front of their screens right now.
the toughest scene i wrote
Tamara Jenkins on Popping the Big Question in
“You can’t just make shit up. It has to be true at some point. But if I were presenting this as my memoir … I’d be in trouble.”
As told to
Why Didn’t the Oscars Nominate Any Female Directors This Year?
get nominated for Best Director, but only if her work is head and shoulders above her male peers’.
independent spirit awards 2019
Eighth Grade, We The Animals
Lead This Year’s Indie Spirit Nominations
Jeremiah Zagar’s film garnered eight nominations.
’s Kayli Carter and Paul Giamatti Talked Murder Over Lunch
The true-crime chats ultimately helped Carter land a role as Charles Manson devotee Squeaky Fromme.
Tamara Jenkins on Turning Life’s Gloppiness Into Cinema
“I’m interested in what people say to each other when they’re pushed to a kind of primitive state.”
Trailer: Paul Giamatti and Kathryn Hahn Are Trying to Get Pregnant
From the director of
Kathryn Hahn Is Dazzling in
a Tale About Makeshift Families
Hahn and Paul Giamatti star in a comedy (of sorts) about a couple whose relentlessly unsuccessful attempts to conceive are stressing them out.