Lynn Shelton(August 27, 1965 – May 16, 2020) was an American filmmaker, known for writing, directing, and producing such films as Humpday and Your Sister's Sister. She was associated with the mumblecore genre. She directed the Season 1 episodes Wild nights and Alone, I cannot be from Apple TV+'s Dickinson series.
Shelton cited directors Claire Denis, Woody Allen, and Ingmar Bergman as influences. Shelton came out as bisexual in 2012. She was married to actor Kevin Seal, with whom she had a son, Milo Seal. Shelton was in a relationship with Marc Maron at the time of her death.
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- Lynn Shelton, Director of Intimate Comic Dramas, Dies at 54 - NY Times
- Scriptless in Seattle: A Filmmaker’s Map - NY Times
- Arts Remembrance: Lynn Shelton, Rising Star of Independent Film - Arts Fuse
- Q&A WITH LYNN SHELTON - Anthem Magazine
- tor-mark-duplass/ Catching Up With Lynn Shelton - OUT
- Morning Brew - Thurs. June 14: Kristina Maria's Sapphic sauna music video, director Lynn Shelton on sexuality - After Ellen
- Filmmaker Lynn Shelton: 'There's This Real Deliciousness To Being Able To Do Exactly What You Want To Do' - Huffpost
- Lynn Shelton Dies: ‘Humpday,’ ‘GLOW,’ ‘Little Fires Everywhere’ Director Was 54 - Indiewire