Lynn Shelton, who directed the indie darlings 'Humpday,' 'Your Sister's Sister' and 'My Effortless Brilliance,' has died. She was 54.https://t.co/Ha4dRx19WO— The Hollywood Reporter (@THR) May 16, 2020
- Indie filmmaker Lynn Shelton has died from an unspecified blood disorder at the age of 54
- Shelton was one of the founding voices of mumblecore
- Her films were set in Seattle and Washington State where she grew up and began her career
- She is best known for her films Your Sister's Sister, Touchy Feely and Laggies
- Also worked in TV on shows like Mad Men, The Good Place, Fresh off the Boat and Little Fires Everywhere
She was so young. This is so shocking.