It’s hard to imagine a better writer–director–producer to turn Chris Kraus’ I LOVE DICK into a limited-series than Jill Soloway. The creative force behind Transparent, as well as the 2013 feature Afternoon Delight, Soloway first attracted notice in Los Angeles with a truly subversive theater piece—created with her sister, Faith, and updated weekly—based on scripts from The Brady Bunch.*
At Cinefamily this weekend, Soloway, Kraus, and Kathryn Hahn, who plays “Chris” in the series, will present a free screening of the entire series, followed by a Q & A.
I LOVE DICK, Sunday, April 30, at noon. Free with r.s.v.p.:
CINEFAMILY AT THE SILENT MOVIE THEATRE, 611 North Fairfax, Los Angeles.
See: Jill Soloway and Van Jones in conversation, Out, May 2017.
*The Real Live Brady Bunch—the first-ever TV screen-to-stage transition—had a long run at the Westwood (now Geffen) Playhouse in the early 1990s.
Kathryn Hahn in Afternoon Delight, written and directed by Jill Soloway
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