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  • Review: 'Not That Kind of Girl' by Lena Dunham

    Review: 'Not That Kind of Girl' by Lena Dunham
    I came to Lena Dunham, appropriately enough, at my therapist's office. I was paging through the Aug. 13, 2012, issue of The New Yorker, waiting to begin my weekly session of labored oversharing, when I stumbled upon "First Love," her essay about being blocked on Facebook by her ex-boyfriend's mother. I missed Dunham's 2010 film "Tiny Furniture" and had yet to catch an episode of HBO's "Girls," but in "First Love," her candor and wit came through in this brave, beguiling way that was both self-effacing and self-absorbed and, above all, hilarious. I was hooked.
  • Toronto's 7 Biggest Career Reinventions

    Toronto has always been a place for reinvention -- in 2008, Anne Hathaway came to the festival marred by her ex-boyfriend's federal arrest, and left as an Oscar darling for "Rachel Getting Married." And in 2013, Sandra Bullock launched as an astronaut...

    Producer Ted Hope: Indies Need to Take the Next Step

    One of the pivotal figures of independent filmmaking during the fertile period of the 1990s and 2000s, Ted Hope has produced films by auteurs including Ang Lee, Nicole Holofcener, Todd Solondz, Todd Haynes, Bart Freundlich, Todd Fields and Michel Gondry....

    'Life of Crime' is true to mayhem and humor of Elmore Leonard

    No one brought more panache to wised-up crime, crime with a wicked sense of humor, than the late Elmore Leonard. As the author of close to 50 novels, Leonard's star has never been brighter, including the publication this week of a collection of four...

    This week's reviews in brief

    Here are condensed versions of this week's book reviews: "The Invisible Bridge" by Rick Perlstein; Simon & Schuster (860 pages, $37.50) In this brick of a book, Chicagoan Perlstein has done a jampacked job of chronicling a riveting, portentous...