Posts Tagged: girls

The Perfect Love Interest Recipe

While most romantic notions in television and film range from patriarchal to impossible, as I watched the finale of Girls two months ago, I couldn’t help but admire the particular and relatively believable quality of the way Adam acted towards

The Perfect Love Interest Recipe

While most romantic notions in television and film range from patriarchal to impossible, as I watched the finale of Girls two months ago, I couldn’t help but admire the particular and relatively believable quality of the way Adam acted towards

Interview: Alex Karpovsky

Art by Kellie Last week Alex Karpovsky spoke to a packed audience at Tribeca Cinemas, giving his two cents on “The Future of Playing Every Role”. You might know him already from HBO’s Girls or Tiny Furniture, and you’ll soon know

Interview: Alex Karpovsky

Art by Kellie Last week Alex Karpovsky spoke to a packed audience at Tribeca Cinemas, giving his two cents on “The Future of Playing Every Role”. You might know him already from HBO’s Girls or Tiny Furniture, and you’ll soon know

Girls Talking About Girls Talking About Girls

Art by Molly So Lena Dunham won some Golden Girls or something. That’s pretty great. In the year or so since Girls premiered and the internet had some thoughts about it, I had almost forgotten how intensely people feel about

Girls Talking About Girls Talking About Girls

Art by Molly So Lena Dunham won some Golden Girls or something. That’s pretty great. In the year or so since Girls premiered and the internet had some thoughts about it, I had almost forgotten how intensely people feel about

What to Think About Going into Season 2 of Girls

I always forget that Girls airs on HBO, allowing it much more freedom than we’re used to seeing on any other major network. We cringe along with the characters as we watch their awkward sexual encounters. Conversations actually sound real because of

What to Think About Going into Season 2 of Girls

I always forget that Girls airs on HBO, allowing it much more freedom than we’re used to seeing on any other major network. We cringe along with the characters as we watch their awkward sexual encounters. Conversations actually sound real because of