The One I Love

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  • Interview

    A Profile of the Producer You Want on Your Film Set

    Mel Eslyn, winner of this year’s Film Independent Piaget Producers Award, talks about the struggles of working on her most recent project, “Lamb” and the one movie-making tool that’s yet to fail her.

  • Interview

    How to Make a Sundance Indie Film

    The creators of “The One I Love” talk about the perks of working on an independent film, the ecosystem of the current film distribution landscape, and the freedom of working within limitations.

  • News

    Is Seattle Really the ‘Actors’ Paradise’?

    From Crewtopia to a deep bench of female filmmaking talent and plenty of opportunities, Seattle has earned its place on the cultural map with projects as disparate as “Laggies” and “Lucky Them”

  • News

    7 Sundance Films We’re Dying to See

    For the fest’s 30th anniversary, we’re looking forward to “Laggies,” “Wish I Was Here,” “The One I Love,” “Drunktown’s Finest,” “Obvious Child,” “A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night,” and “Whiplash.”