If you're anything like me, 30 minutes of (Girls) every Sunday is not nearly enough Lena Dunham in your life. I need more. Which is why I sometimes conduct creepy internet searches to find her essays, past work, and interviews.
Below is a collection of what I've found in the chance any of you harbor lesbian Lena love as well. Enjoy.
(Sayonara )- A collection of blog posts by Lena regarding a trip she takes to Japan for her mother's art show. Super long but super hilarious.
(Seeing Nora Everywhere) - A New Yorker article in which Lena remembers Nora Ephron. I rented a bunch of Nora movies that I'd never seen after reading it.
(Tiny Furniture) - An idependent film that Leens wrote, directed, and starred in. Like Girls, it's a coming of age story.
(Delusional Downtown Divas) - A web series that Lena wrote, directed, and produced about three girls who spend their days "smoking pot, changing outfits every few minutes, and plotting about how to worm their way back into the art world they were raised in."
(Creative Non Fiction) - 58 minutes A short film which won at SXSW in 2009.
(An interview with Charlie Rose) - 30 minutes Charlie and Leen chat it up.
(Interview at a Fortune Magazine Conference) - 14 minutes I'm not exactly sure about the specifics of where this interview takes place but CNN anchor Soledad O'Brien asks fresh, interesting questions.
(Interview with Scott Feinberg) 39 minutes On her parents, her schooling, Girls, and more.
Anyone know of anything I should add to this list? Enlighten me!