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  • @awolfeful
    28 June, 2017

    I did this twice today. Is there a stock-photo category for women laughing awkwardly at inappropriate comments? https://t.co/NAN5ftmcOF

  • @awolfeful
    28 June, 2017

    @esmewang Press notes for his movies are filled with these stories from his fellow actors. I'll send you the next ones I get.

  • @awolfeful
    28 June, 2017

    @katiewalshstx No, but I'm sure I'd ❤️ it. The woman who cast STRANGER THINGS (among other projects) really reminde… https://t.co/KCIiTtmxdN

  • @awolfeful
    28 June, 2017

    @katiewalshstx I absolutely agree we need to give some awards for casting!

  • @awolfeful
    28 June, 2017

    @esmewang Luckily, he's def not! He sticks around on set and sweeps up after filming to remind himself to be humble… https://t.co/EGxeb1RiZ3

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April Wolfe

April Wolfe

April Wolfe is the film critic for L.A. Weekly. Her criticism and features also appear in other Voice Media Group publications and in VMG's film partner the Village Voice. She's written for The Atlantic, Marie Claire, CityLab, Vice and many others, and she's the founder and a producer of One Axe Plays, a film and theater collective for women writers and directors. As a filmmaker, she's produced a feature film, written and directed a handful of shorts and worked in creative development as a top-level story analyst.

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