Karyn Kusama

Director of "The Invitation"

Director of "The Invitation"

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Karyn Kusama, Phil Hay & Matt Manfredi discuss female rage in "Destroyer."

Karyn Kusama, Phil Hay & Matt Manfredi: 'Destroyer'

Karyn Kusama, Phil Hay & Matt Manfredi discuss female rage in "Destroyer."

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Sixteen years ago, director Karyn Kusama made a huge splash at the   Sundance Film Festival with her first movie, “Girlfight”, which   starred then-unknown Michelle Rodriguez as an…

“The Invitation” and Indie Horror

Sixteen years ago, director Karyn Kusama made a huge splash at the  Sundance Film Festival with her first movie, “Girlfight”, which  starred then-unknown Michelle Rodriguez as an…

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