Wash Westmoreland

filmmaker

Guest

British filmmaker; spouse of Richard Glatzer

Wash Westmoreland on KCRW

Critics have lamented a shortage of great roles for women in the past year, but one of the standouts has been the now Oscar-nominated Julianne Moore in  Still Alice , a film about a…

'Still Alice'

Critics have lamented a shortage of great roles for women in the past year, but one of the standouts has been the now Oscar-nominated Julianne Moore in Still Alice , a film about a…

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