Marielle Heller

writer, director and actor

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Marielle Heller on KCRW

Director Marielle Heller joins Elvis Mitchell to discuss developing the graphic novel Diary of a Teenage Girl into her feature film directorial debut.

Marielle Heller: Diary of a Teenage Girl

Director Marielle Heller joins Elvis Mitchell to discuss developing the graphic novel Diary of a Teenage Girl into her feature film directorial debut.

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