Ringer editor-in-chief Sean Fennessey chats with Alison Herman about Janicza Bravo’s approach to uncomfortable comedy and her direction of “Juneteenth,” the instant-classic episode of ‘Atlanta’ (1:00). Then Sean sits down with Bravo and her husband/producing partner, Brett Gelman, to discuss the tumultuous five-year process of getting their film ‘Lemon’ into the world (10:00).
‘The Big Picture’ — ‘Lemon’ Filmmakers Janicza Bravo and Brett Gelman Channel Their Anxiety Into Comedy
How the director-producer tandem absorbed rejection to make their indie comedy ‘Lemon’
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