Tag Archives: Ry Russo-Young

Nobody Walks

Nobody Walks, the third film by director Ry Russo-Young, and co-written by Lena Dunham, opens this weekend in New York and L.A. You can read an in-depth review in the Times here (which manages to get some specifics of the plot wrong), and although it’s a fine review, I don’t really think it conveys how [...]

You Wont Miss Me

Tonight is the theater premiere of Ry Russo Young’s You Wont Miss Me starring Stella Schnabel. The film has been shown at the MOMA and was a favorite at film festivals, but tonight marks its theatrical opening almost two years later. The film is a portrait of Shelly Brown, a rebellious young woman with a [...]

Dossier Issue 5 Launch

Last Thursday we launched our fifth issue with a party at the National Arts Club, dj’d by Chris Taylor (Grizzly Bear) and with a special video installation by filmmaker Ry Russo Young. Here are a few pictures of some of our friends who came out. You can also see a slideshow on Purple Diary here. [...]

You Won’t Miss Me: Interview with Ry Russo-Young

Ry Russo-Young‘s new film, You Won’t Miss Me, is turning into a real hit on the film festival circuit. It has been nominated for a Gotham Independent Film Award and after featuring in festivals like Sundance, SXSW, and Marfa, it will be screening at MoMA on the 19th and 21st as part of MoMA’s Best [...]