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‘XX’: Film Review | Sundance 2017

Motherhood is a nightmare, birthday parties a bust and camping trips get messy in 'XX,' a quartet of horror shorts written and directed by women, with a cast that features Melanie Lynskey and Natalie Brown.

‘Little Boxes’: Tribeca Review

Melanie Lynskey and Nelsan Ellis play a mixed-race couple whose relocation from New York City to small-town Washington State tests the harmony of their family dynamic.

Sundance Daily Warm Up: Clea DuVall Notes the Comedy of Confrontation in ‘The Intervention’

"The more I was concentrating on other people's lives and what they should be doing, the less I was looking at my own, and there were a lot of things in my life that I wasn't dealing with," she told THR’s Rebecca Ford.

Clea DuVall Sets Cast for Her Directorial Film Debut

She will be joined by Melanie Lynskey, Natash Lyonne and Vincent Piazza.

In Theaters This Weekend: Reviews of ‘Lucy,’ ‘Hercules’ and More

See what THR's critics are saying about the Scarlett Johansson actioner and the Dwayne Johnson mythology film, plus the Woody Allen comedy "Magic in the Moonlight," the Philip Seymour Hoffman thriller "A Most Wanted Man" and the Michael Douglas-Diane Keaton dramedy "And So It Goes."

‘Two and a Half Men’s’ Melanie Lynskey Joins HBO’s Duplass Brothers Comedy

She'll play half of one of the couples at the center of "Togetherness."

Oscilloscope Acquires Sundance Film ‘Hello I Must Be Going’

The comedy from director Todd Louiso screened in the Festival's U.S. dramatic competition section.

Hello I Must Be Going: Sundance Film Review

Melanie Lynskey stars as a thirtysomething who has a life crisis and ends up living with her parents, without a husband, children, career or prospects.

Sundance 2012: Melanie Lynskey on the Rise of Female Protagonists and Which Screenings She Hopes to Catch (Q&A)

The actress, who last year attended the festival with Tom McCarthy's "Win Win," this year toplines Todd Louiso's comedy, "Hello I Must Be Going."

Occupy Wall Street: Hollywood Continues to Weigh In on the Protests

Michael Moore, Roseanne Barr and Roger Ebert are among those reacting to the demonstrations in New York, which have now spread to Los Angeles.