Lauren C. Byrd
Lauren is a freelance writer and blogger. After leaving Tennessee post-college, she has lived in Los Angeles, upstate New York, Queens, and Los Angeles again. She loves to talk about women in film, but also cares about good TV, documentaries, podcasts, true crime, journalism, and social justice.
Lynn Shelton Never Expected To Make A Living As An Artist: 52 Weeks of Directors
Queen Of Katwe's Mira Nair Shows People Caught Between Cultures: 52 Weeks Of Directors
From 'River of Grass' To 'Certain Women,' Kelly Reichardt Dominates The Festival Circuit: 52 Weeks Of Directors
Courtney Hunt Proves Great Films Take Time: 52 Weeks of Directors
How Kathryn Bigelow Became The Only Woman To Win The Best Director Oscar: 52 Weeks of Directors
From 'ER' To 'The Leftovers,' Mimi Leder Is Breaking Barriers For Women In TV: 52 Weeks Of Directors
Haifaa Al-Mansour Tells Saudi Women's Stories: 52 Weeks Of Directors
How Wonder Woman's Patty Jenkins Became The First Woman To Direct A Superhero Movie: 52 Weeks Of Directors
'The Babadook' Director Jennifer Kent Faces Her Shadow Side: 52 Weeks of Directors
Helen Hunt Couldn't Get Roles After Her Oscar — So She Got Behind The Camera
How Ana Lily Amirpour Went From College Dropout To Making 'A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night'
Larisa Shepitko's Stunning Soviet-Era Films Will Have You Wondering Why You've Never Heard Her Name
On Nicole Holofcener's Relatable Female Characters: 52 Weeks Of Directors
With 'Girlhood' And 'Tomboy,' Celine Sciamma Redefines Coming-Of-Age
Andrea Arnold, from 'Fish Tank' to 'American Honey,' Tells The Stories Of Teenage Girls


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