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Dianna guests Mayim Bialik’s Breakdown Podcast to discuss ‘As They Made Us’

To promote their new film, As They Made Us, Dianna and Mayim Bialik sat down to discuss, well, pretty much everything! In the over one hour long episode, we get to learn more about Dianna’s choice to choose smaller projects following her time on Glee, making art after processing grief, her experience growing up in hotels and so much more. It really is an incredible interview that I recommend listening from start to finish, as we get to know many new details about Dianna we’ve never heard before. The episode is also available on Spotify or Apple Podcasts, so that you can easily listen to Dianna speak even if you’re in the middle of a busy schedule keeping you from watching the video of the recording!

Dianna Agron (As They Made Us, Glee, Acid Man, Shiva Baby) joins us to discuss what it was like to work with Mayim on her new film, As They Made Us. She opens up about her experiences growing up in hotels and her family’s struggles after her father’s multiple sclerosis diagnosis. Mayim and Dianna bond over the scrutiny they faced while publicly coming of age on a television show, the inclination to make art after processing grief, and the benefits of healthy compartmentalization. Mayim explains the process of writing her film in response to the loss of her father and why Dianna’s character was the most difficult for her to write. She discusses body and emotional awareness in another installment of Moments of Peace and Calm.

Dianna Agron Talks Naya Rivera Memories, Mayim Bialik, Jewish Heritage, “As They Made Us” Film (Video)

Dianna talked to Allison Kugel recently, the owner of podcast Allison Interviews, and she just released an almost 20 minutes long sneakpeak at their interview! You can listen to it below. The full podcast episode will be released on April 8th, so make sure you check it out on whichever podcast platform you prefer.

Dianna Agron took television fans on a multi-layered emotional ride playing complex popular girl, Quinn Fabray, on the hit television series Glee, which ran for seven seasons on FOX, and was nominated for and won multiple Emmy, Golden Globe, People’s Choice and Teen Choice Awards during its tenure. Through the series, Agron’s character portrayed a foray of teenage girl issues, ranging from the common to the more dramatic. From cattiness and romance drama to matters of celibacy, teen pregnancy and adoption, her character may have appeared to be the beautiful, blonde popular cheerleader but harbored a great range of complex issues.

Since wrapping the show in 2015, Agron has gone on to build her resume in films, including winnder of this year’s Independent Spirit John Cassavetes Award winning film, Shiva Baby, and this most recently, As They Made Us, starring Agron, alongside Dustin Hoffman, Candice Bergan and Simon Helberg, and written and directed by Mayim Byalik.

April 8th. Listen to and watch the entire interview on the Allison Interviews podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and on YouTube.

First trailer for ‘As They Made Us’

We have the first official trailer for Dianna’s upcoming film As They Made Us! You can check it out below, along with an article about the film by USA Today. It looks really good, and thankfully we only have to wait another month before we can see it!

I have also updated our gallery with the first official still, promotional photo, film poster and several behind the scenes photos – big thanks to all our incredible followers on twitter who donated pics to us! And thanks once again to our friend Mike for some great enhancing work on several of the pics.

Mayim Bialik had no intention of directing a movie.

The “Big Bang Theory” star and “Jeopardy!” host began writing as a therapeutic exercise after her father, Barry, died in 2015. Seven years later, the result is “As They Made Us” (in theaters and on demand April 8), a mordantly funny family drama starring Dianna Agron (“Shiva Baby”) and two-time Oscar winner Dustin Hoffman. The movie’s trailer is premiering exclusively on usatoday.com.

“I consider the whole thing this wonderful accident,” Bialik says. “There’s a very specific year of mourning that we do in traditional Judaism. After that year, I felt an urge that I’ve never felt before to start putting down in writing a lot of my experiences and memories of grief. And literally, I ended up with a screenplay. I’ve never written one before.”

“As They Made Us” follows the tightly wound Abigail (Agron), a newly divorced mother struggling to raise her two kids while looking after her father, Eugene (Hoffman), who suffers from a degenerative condition that makes it difficult for him to walk and move around. Even as Eugene’s mind and body fail, his wife, Barbara (Candice Bergen), remains firmly in denial, and lashes out at doctors and caregivers.

Bialik’s “Big Bang” co-star Simon Helberg plays Abigail’s estranged brother Nathan, whom she tries to reconnect with before their dad’s death. The film uses flashbacks to show how Eugene and Barbara’s tempestuous marriage, combined with Nathan’s teenage rebellion, led to the family’s present-day dysfunction.

Bialik, 46, shot “As They Made Us” in New Jersey last summer. She caught up with USA TODAY to chat about what inspired the movie, reuniting with Helberg and whether she’ll direct again. (Read the full interview with Mayim here)

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2022 Film Independent Spirit Awards *Master Post*

What a weekend, Dianna nation! The 2022 Film Independent Spirit Awards were held in Santa Monica this Sunday (March 6, 2022), and it became a very succesful night for Dianna and her Shiva Baby team. The film won the John Cassavetes Award, an award given to the best feature made for under $500,000 (award is given to the writer, director, and producer of the film).

Dianna also presented the award for best editing, which confusingly seemed to be presented during a commercial break along with cinematography and best international film. If you want to read more about the controversial telecast decisions which elicited boos and confusion among the guests, Vanity Fair has a detailed piece over here. There you can also read about the other winners! For the fashion interested, Dianna wore a sparkly chocolate crop top and soaring stilettos, designed by Prada.

It’s a commercial break so everyone got up to mingle… and then, unexpectedly, Dianna Agron came out to present Best Editing during the break. (Very Oscars.) The winner is Joi McMillon for ZOLA (source)

There’s definitely not a lack of content from the night, as we have been blessed with almost 200 HQ photos from the event itself, a gorgeous portrait session and several videos! I have also made screen captures from all clips I could find, and added those to our gallery as well. You can find all the new video clips in our video archive, big thanks to our friend fellintodianna for the one of Dianna presenting (FYI – the red carpet video page contains two separate clips.)

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I have sorted the photos into different albums for easier viewing, and you can find all the links below the previews. If you’d rather simply browse all new additions, the event/photoshoot pics starts from this page and the screen captures from here. In total there’s more than 700 new photos and screen caps added, and I hope to have even more in the coming days!


‘Shiva Baby’ Interview with In Creative Company (Video)

Hello and happy weekend Dianna nation! This is quickly becoming the best Easter ever, with new Dianna content every single day. In Creative Company shared their ‘Shiva Baby’ interview on Youtube yesterday, where they had a Q&A with writer & director Emma Seligman, Dianna and her co-stars Rachel Sennott and Molly Gordon. You can check it out below.

PS: Due to the low quality of the recent videos (zoom quality is sadly not the same as HD quality, but we’re grateful to have any content at all during this pandemic!), I have decided to not add any more screen captures to our gallery. However, if you want caps from a certain interview, drop us an email or tweet and we will get it done for you.

‘Shiva Baby’ interview with Lola Adesioye (March 22)

Earlier this month, Lola Adesioye sat down with Emma Seligman, Rachel Sennott & Dianna to discuss their film Shiva Baby (which will be out on VOD and in selected theatres April 2nd). You can watch the full interview below, and screen captures have been added to our gallery! Sadly these are zoom quality and not real HD, but it’s better than no Dianna content 😉

Emma Seligman’s very queer, very Jewish Shiva Baby follows Danielle, who runs into her sugar daddy at a Jewish funeral service with her parents. Told largely within the claustrophobic confines of one house with an unsettling energy, the film dances maniacally, with a caustic Danielle scarcely navigating the trenches of obligatory niceties, as she lurches between the grasp of her doting parents, high-school sweetheart Maya and sugar daddy in attempts to retain a semblance of stability and identity.

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