Lynn Shelton

Lynn Shelton

Writer, director

Guest

Writer, director

Lynn Shelton on KCRW

In Lynn Shelton’s new movie ‘Sword of Trust,’ Marc Maron plays Mel, a cranky, down-on-his-luck pawn shop owner in Alabama.

Marc Maron and Lynn Shelton on ‘Sword of Trust’

In Lynn Shelton’s new movie ‘Sword of Trust,’ Marc Maron plays Mel, a cranky, down-on-his-luck pawn shop owner in Alabama.

from The Business

Lynn Shelton’s films typically have been indies featuring just a few youngish and slightly adrift men and women who talk a lot.

‘Laggies’

Lynn Shelton’s films typically have been indies featuring just a few youngish and slightly adrift men and women who talk a lot.

from The Business

Lynn Shelton: Your Sister's Sister

from The Treatment

More from KCRW

The people getting COVID-19 vaccines tend to be whiter and more affluent. That’s why the city of LA deploys 10 mobile vaccination teams to some of the hardest-hit neighborhoods.

from Greater LA

Composer Terence Blanchard on the ‘magic and divine’ of working with Spike Lee.

from The Treatment

Kazuo Ishiguro’s “Klara and the Sun” is a novel focused on a small group of people in a robot future.

from Bookworm

Versus films are a genre unto themselves. Now we have "Godzilla vs. Kong," an addition to the genre that isn't proud so much as inevitable. Or unavoidable.

from Film Reviews

Amoeba Music co-owner Jim Henderson speaks with KCRW about surviving the past year, redesigning a record store for the streaming era, and what Amoeba fans can look forward to in the…

from KCRW Features

The Marvel movie “Black Widow” was set to be the first big movie to premiere exclusively in theaters once they reopened.

from Hollywood Breakdown

Older adults and essential workers are currently flooding COVID-19 vaccination sites.

from Greater LA

Rachel Kushner’s “The Hard Crowd: Essays 2000-2020” is a career-spanning collection of nineteen essays.

from Bookworm

The hero of "Moffie" is a closeted gay conscript in the South Africa of 1981. In addition to the killing arts, he and his fellow draftees are trained in racism and homophobia.

from Film Reviews