Film Director and Writer Todd Solondz His recent film Storytelling, inflamed some critics more than his previous two features, Welcome to the Dollhouse and Happiness. Those films won prizes at Sundance and Cannes. Storytelling is two separate stories set in high school and college. In one, we meet three college students and their writing professor. The other is about a filmmaker who wants to make a documentary about a high school senior and his family. This interview first aired February 5, 2002.
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Film Director and Writer Todd Solondz

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Film Director and Writer Todd Solondz

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His recent film Storytelling, inflamed some critics more than his previous two features, Welcome to the Dollhouse and Happiness. Those films won prizes at Sundance and Cannes. Storytelling is two separate stories set in high school and college. In one, we meet three college students and their writing professor. The other is about a filmmaker who wants to make a documentary about a high school senior and his family. This interview first aired February 5, 2002.