Join us for a very special conversation between co-creators of Language Lessons, director, co-writer, and star Natalie Morales and co-writer and star Mark Duplass.
The Q&A will take place on this page, and a video recording will be posted here shortly afterward.
Sun, Apr 11 at 4:00 pm PST
Join us for a very special conversation between co-creators of Language Lessons, director, co-writer and star Natalie Morales and co-writer and star Mark Duplass. These hilarious humans will talk about their unique collaboration during a pandemic and the different types of relationships that fuel their creative spirit. The conversation will also explore the challenges of producing a film remotely and with virtual technology, and how the film has influenced them as people and filmmakers.
Natalie Morales is an actor, director, writer, and producer. After making her first short film, Lost It, in 2013, she helmed a series of shorts, James Joyce’s Love Letters, for Funny or Die in 2014. Language Lessons is her first feature. She is currently in post-production on her second, Plan B.
Mark Duplass is an actor, writer, director, and producer who made his feature filmmaking debut with his brother, Jay, in 2005 with The Puffy Chair, and went on to make Baghead (2008), Cyrus (2010), Jeff, Who Lives at Home (2011), and The Do-Deca Pentathlon (2012). He also co-wrote, directed, and starred in the TV series Togetherness (2015-2016). Among his other acting credits are Your Sister’s Sister (2011), Safety Not Guaranteed (2012), The One I Love (2014), and the series The League (2009-2015), The Mindy Project (2012-2017), and The Morning Show (2019-2021). With Jay Duplass, he is the author of the memoir Like Brothers (2018).