So what's the problem with "creative nonfiction"? Ah right: it turns biography into lies. Which is a shame, when the truth is so much more interesting! So here's the strange truth about Frances Farmer.
Which one of these things is not like the other?
Emmy Nominations for Lead Actress in a Miniseries Maggie Smith Joan Allen Dame Judi Dench Hope Davis Claire Danes
"It says much for McTeer that the obvious question—'What are the chances of two cross-dressers meeting trouser to trouser in late-nineteenth-century Dublin?'—hardly enters our minds. Stately and swaggering, taller than most of the men, and sporting the dark forelock of the natural rake, McTeer, who has been Oscar-nominated for best supporting actress, carries conviction as easily as she wears her breeches and corduroy jacket, transforming Hubert’s rangy physical confidence into a larger embrace of life’s amusements and kicks. She is no perhapser but a thoroughgoing yes-woman, like Molly Bloom." —Anthony Lane is totally on board with my campaign: Janet McTeer must win Best Supporting Actress this year (for [...]
You probably knew that Hedy Lamarr held patents for encrypting radio communications that were later instrumental in, among other things, Wifi-but did you know that she was the first woman in cinematic history to simulate orgasm? THE MORE YOU KNOW.