Los Angeles Times – by Amy Kaufman
It’s been more than 11 years since Lena Dunham put a film into the world. And her first movie was kind of a big deal. In 2010, Dunham — then a recent graduate of Oberlin College in her early 20s — landed a South by Southwest premiere for her directorial debut, “Tiny Furniture.” It went over so well with the industry that Judd Apatow decided to team up with her on HBO’s “Girls,” and we all know how that went.
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