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Is an Enjoyably Silly Fantasy
doesn’t quite gel, but it’s very enjoyable, and it has a solid emotional core.
Rebecca Miller on Making
Highbrow theoretical discourse isn’t exactly the most obvious comedy material. Unless, as Miller discovered, it stands for something else.
Rebecca Miller: Sundance Fights Hollywood’s Fear of the Female Protagonist
“We’re so used to this kind of alienation, we don’t even think about it anymore.”
Stacey Wilson Hunt
Rebecca Miller to Direct Greta Gerwig Rom-Com
Undateable no longer.
Rebecca Miller on ‘The Private Lives of Pippa Lee,’ the Novel — and the Movie
The novelist and filmmaker on the wisdom of not casting her husband, Daniel Day-Lewis.
A ‘Wife Of’ Struggles in Rebecca Miller’s Personal Debut
She may be the daughter of Arthur Miller and wife of Daniel Day-Lewis, but Rebecca Miller is making her own mark on the film and literary worlds.
Julianne Moore, Robin Wright Penn, and Winona Ryder Explore Their ‘Private Lives’
Plus industry news on Kelis, Tyra, and Cosette.