New pictures of Taylor Schilling with Jackie Cruz, Natasha Lyonne and Yael Stone supporting Maria Dizzia

New pictures of Taylor Schilling with Jackie Cruz, Natasha Lyonne and Yael Stone supporting Maria Dizzia and her play ‘The Hurricane Party’

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New picture and quotes of Taylor Schilling in CR Fashion Book

New picture and quotes of Taylor Schilling in CR Fashion Book

„Growing with the character of Piper has been a thrilling journey“, actress Taylor Schilling says, of the protagonist she plays on Netflix’s series Orange Is The New Black. „Seeing her evolve and discover herself within the confines of (the show’s fictional correctional facility) Litchfield has been an experience I’ll never forget.“ Already a rising star at the show inception five years ago, Schilling had appeared in 2012’s Argo, which took home the Best Picture Academy Award the following year. Part of the first bunch of original scripts that the streaming giant created in 2013 to compete with appointment television, Orange Is The New Black is now in its sixth season. Based on writer Piper Kerman’s memoir of serving for money laundering and created by Weeds creator Jenji Kohan, Orange Is The New Black’s impact on the zeitgeist in hard overstate, Schilling is part of an ensemble cast portraying life in women’s prison, and her … inmate Piper Chapman weaves her way through the show’s storylines, testing the limits of viewers’ empathy with her blunter. Credit is owed to Schilling for how much the role has needed …. of complicated women characters and how much we still want fix its star.   

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‘Family’ to be shown at the Boston Women’s Film Festival

‘Family’ to be shown at the Boston Women’s Film Festival on opening night – September 27

The premise of Laura Steinel’s debut film is familiar: closed-off character is forced to learn how to make connections with other people through awkward missteps and misunderstandings. But there are many surprises in the film thanks to a strong script, the performances of Taylor Schilling and newcomer Bryn Vale, and a stellar supporting cast – including Kate McKinnon playing an uptight, athleisure-wearing neighbor.

This terrific film celebrates everything that family means, from the complicated relationships you have with your blood relatives, to the family you choose who support you as you are, to the larger tribe that you belong to whether you know it or not.

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