Writer, director, and producer Stephanie Laing will sit down with the Girls Club to speak about her new movie, “Family Squares,” on Wednesday, February 23, at 4 p.m. EST. The digital chat is open to the public however be sure to register in advance.
Founded by Women and Hollywood writer and founder Melissa Silverstein, the Girls Club is a neighborhood for girls creatives, culture-changers, and storytellers to attach, create, community, advocate, assist, and redefine leisure. The Girls Club is providing a one-month membership freed from cost if you join. If you establish as a lady and would love an invite to this neighborhood, please electronic mail[email protected]and tell us a bit about who you might be and what you do.
Find Girls Club occasion particulars, a trailer and synopsis for Family Squares, and Laings bio under.
Synopsis: The Worths are a household portrait of dysfunction. When Grandma Mabel (June Squibb) dies all of the sudden, they need to put aside their variations and are available collectively. Mayhem shortly ensues as lengthy buried household secrets and techniques bubble to the floor with a surprising revelation. But, as they start to search out their manner again to one another, they quickly notice that whilst you cant select your loved ones, you’ll be able to select to be buddies with them.
Bio: Stephanie Laing has eight Emmy nominations and two wins. She simply directed all six episodes of the restricted sequence “Mammals” for Amazon Studios. Her second function movie “Family Squares,” which she wrote and directed, is being distributed by Screen Media. Henry Winkler, Judy Greer, June Squibb, Margo Martindale, Tim Simons, Billy Magnussen, and Elsie Fisher star. Laing launched her directing profession on HBO’s “Veep.” Most just lately she directed the pilot and 5 episodes of the HBO Max sequence “Made for Love,” starring Cristin Milioti, Ray Romano, and Magnussen. Laing can also be an government producer on and directed seven episodes of Apple TVs “Physical,” starring Rose Byrne. She directed and produced the Hulu sequence “Dollface” with Margot Robbies Lucky Chap, and her indie pilot “Bootstrapped” screened at Sundance Film Festival 2019.