Gerwig talks about her work on Ladybird and how being an actor has informed her work as a writer/director.
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“When I suddenly feel like I can’t find my footing, I listen to a song or look at a photograph or read an essay, and reconnect with what I felt the essence of the character was.” – Greta Gerwig
A college freshman (Lola Kirke) cures her disappointment and loneliness by allowing herself to be pulled into the wacky schemes of her future stepsister (Greta Gerwig).
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DTUn5qP8ECs The Humbling: A story set on a farm in upstate New York and centered…
Indie It girl Greta Gerwig has made a return to the stage in New York…
When it comes to indie star Greta Gerwig, she has gone through phases of regretting some of her past films — particularly when the offers weren’t coming in.
It seems like Greta Gerwig has been promoting Frances Ha forever — it premiered back in September 2012 at the Telluride Film Festival and finally is being released to theaters later this month — but everywhere Gerwig and co-writer/director Noah Baumbach have gone with the film they’ve been welcomed with rave reviews.
Indie darling Greta Gerwig’s latest film, Lola Versus is now playing in theaters — or, more accurately, in four theaters in New York and Los Angeles, which is typical for most of Gerwig’s films (though it expands to sixty theaters this weekend).
While Parker Posey has long been referred to as Queen of the Indies, one can make an argument that in the last several years Greta Gerwig has staked an impressive claim on the title herself.
Greta Gerwig on ‘Damsels in Distress’: “A lot of the rehearsal ended up being done in the minivan on the way to set every morning”
Indie actress Greta Gerwig was ecstatic to be a part of director Whit Stillman’s new film, Damsels in Distress.
Greta Gerwig made her mark starring in independent films such as HANNAH TAKES THE STAIRS and NIGHTS AND WEEKENDS. In 2010 she appeared opposite Ben Stiller in Noah Baumbach’s GREENBERG, for which she was nominated for both a Gotham and an Independent Spirit Award.
In NY & LA Theaters: April 4th, 2012
Greta Gerwig on Developing Acting Skills: “You get better at it, and you get more skilled at it, and more consistent, but it never feels safe”
Though Gerwig appears in Woody Allen’s Nero Fiddled and Whit Stillman’s Damsels in Distress in 2012, the actress spoke about why she took a role in such a small film and what she learns from appearing in independent films.
In last week’s Entertainment Weekly, Greta Gerwig had some great advice: “I remember sitting at…