The Tale - 2018as JenniferA woman filming a documentary on childhood rape victims starts to question the nature of her childhood relationship with her riding instructor and running coach.
Trial by Fire - 2018as Elizabeth GilbertThe tragic and controversial story of Cameron Todd Willingham, who was executed in Texas for killing his three children after scientific evidence and expert testimony that bolstered his claims of innocence were suppressed.
Jeremiah Terminator LeRoy - 2018as Laura AlbertA young woman named Savannah Knoop spends six years pretending to be the celebrated author JT LeRoy, the made-up literary persona of her sister-in-law.
Hard Powder - 2019as N/AA snowplow driver seeks revenge against the drug dealers he thinks killed his son. Based on the 2014 Norwegian film 'In Order of Disappearance'.
Untitled Noah Baumbach Project - 2019as Nora FanshawThe story follows an unfolding divorce that spans from New York City to Los Angeles.
Big Little Lies - 2017/2019as Renata KleinThe apparently perfect lives of three mothers of first graders unravel to the point of murder.
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Here is the full speech of Laura, video and partial transcription from The New York Times.
Laura Dern accepted the award for best supporting actress in a TV series, for her role in “Big Little Lies.” In that show she plays Renata Klein, the mother of a girl who is being harassed at school. She used part of her acceptance speech to express support for those who speak out against abuse and spoke about playing an “outrageous, complicated woman — a terrified mother.”
Terrified because her little girl was being abused and bullied, and she was too afraid to speak up.
Many of us were taught not to tattle. It was a culture of silencing and that was normalized. I urge all of us to not only support survivors and bystanders who are brave enough to tell their truth, but to promote restorative justice. May we also, please, protect and employ them. May we teach our children that speaking out without the fear of retribution is our culture’s new North Star. Bless you, bless everyone who worked on this. All the people who support me and my beautiful children, thank you for all of your work and love.