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Cannes: Kelly Reichardt on the Progress of Female Directors: “Not That Much Has Changed”

Kelly Reichardt and Michelle Williams engaged in loose reflection on the process of making art and collaboration, on the problems with the traditional artistic biopic, and on acting with cats and monkeys, at a wide-ranging press conference Saturday following the world premiere of their Cannes competition film Showing Up. In the film, Williams plays Lizzie, a Portland-based sculptor nervously preparing for an exhibit while juggling the distractions of her family and friends. Hong Chau, John Magaro, Judd Hirsch, Maryann Plunkett and Andre 3000 co-star.More from The Hollywood ReporterCannes: Five Takeaways From the 2022 Film FestivalRuben Ostlund on Capitalism Satire 'Triangle of...
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Kelly Reichardt: ‘I’m fine with being a side B-er’

CANNES, France (AP) — The quiet perceptions, everyday troubles and intermittent moments of transcendence that make up Kelly Reichardt’s films have always had a rhythm apart from most American movies. Reichardt’s latest, “Showing Up,” which premiered Friday at the Cannes Film Festival, is no exception, but it’s also...
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‘Showing Up’: For Michelle Williams & Kelly Reichardt, Their Cinema Is About Discovering “Another Layer” – Cannes

Click here to read the full article. Filmmaker Kelly Reichardt’s work with Michelle Williams has spanned four movies now with the Cannes Film Festival closer Showing Up.  In the movie, Williams plays a sculptor preparing to open a new show as she balances her creative life with the daily dramas of family and friends. The show could be a game changer for her. Similar to previous Reichardt features, Showing Up is a portrait about the nuances and minimalism in life. Deadline reviewer Stephanie Bunbury points out that “Each character’s drama, if you could call it that, lies under the surface.” Bunbury also says,...
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