Amelie Lasker 29 posts
Amelie Lasker joined FF2 Media in early 2016 after graduating from Columbia University where she studied English and history. She has written plays and had readings for Columbia’s student-written theatre company Nomads, edited the blog for Columbia’s film journal Double Exposure, and worked on film crews and participated in workshops at Columbia University Film Productions. She spent junior year abroad at Cambridge University, where she had many opportunities for student playwrights to see their work produced. 

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How Melissa McCarthy Just Keeps Rising, from ‘Gilmore Girls’ to ‘Bridesmaids’ to the Oscars

To celebrate the tenth anniversary of Bridesmaids with Fathom Events, Amelie talks through Melissa McCarthy’s career that spans three decades.

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Comedy Classic ‘Bridesmaids’ Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Fathom Events is presenting Bridesmaids on Sunday, June 6th – as well as 6/9 & 6/10 – to celebrate its 10th anniversary! See if it’s playing in your city and get tickets here. Encore for Bridesmaids! Written by Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo, Bridesmaids is a comedy of friendships new and old, and an always-needed story of rebuilding […]

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Congratulations to Carey Mulligan on Her Oscar Nomination!

In celebration of Carey Mulligan’s Oscar nomination this year for Promising Young Woman, we’re highlighting some of her past work through Jan’s stories.

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Students of Interdisciplinary Artist Suzanne Lacy Celebrate ‘Witnesses to the World’

How do we capture the experience of looking at each other through webcams? How can we characterize that looking? And what meaning do we find in it?

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How to ‘Get to The Nutcracker’ This Year

Try getting a closer look into the show with dancer Serene Meshel-Dillman. Her documentary Getting to The Nutcracker is a warm portrayal of young dancers’ training process.

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Claire Denis’ Unique Genre of Uncomfortable Horror

Claire Denis masterfully uses discomfort and disturbance to create tension in all her movies, producing her own brand of horror.

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