Welcome to Clea DuVall Fan, the latest online resource dedicated to the talented actress and director Clea DuVall. Clea has been in movies such as "The Faculty", "Identity", "Ten Inch Hero", "Argo", "Lizzie Borden Took an Ax" and "All About Nina". She has also been in TV Shows like "Carnivàle", "Heroes", "American Horror Story", "The Lizzie Borden Chronicles", "Veep" and "The Handmaid's Tale". She produced and acted in "The Intervention". She also produced "Happiest Season" and will be producing the upcoming IMDb TV's "High School". This site is online to show our support to the actress and director Clea DuVall, as well as giving her fans a chance to get the latest news and images.
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Veronique • June 9th, 2024
Clea DuVall To Adapt ‘Summer Qamp’ Documentary Into Musical Following Peacock Sale

Summer Qamp, a documentary following a group of LGBTQ+ youth at an idyllic lakeside camp in Alberta, Canada, is potentially getting a very interesting spinoff.

Clea DuVall is in talks to turn the doc into a musical, a rare move for a piece of non-fiction.

DuVall, who directed hit LGBTQ+ romantic comedy Happiest Season starring Kristen Stewart and Mackenzie Davis, which broke records for Hulu, has said that the doc is “funny, touching and powerful” and “will make you wish you were a teen again so you could go to this camp”. Duvall’s wife Mia Weier is one of the exec producers of the documentary.

DuVall is collaborating on the musical adaptation with Steve Robillard, who was part of the Summer Qamp documentary team.

The news comes after Peacock acquired the U.S. rights to the documentary, which will launch on June 7.

Summer Qamp follows a group of campers enjoying the traditional summer camp experience in a safe, affirming environment where they deepen their connections with their community and themselves.

Jen Markowitz directed the doc. Summer Qamp is a Cineflix production presented by Bright West Entertainment in association with Hello Friend and Robillard. Exec producers include Alex Lieberman, Cineflix’s J.C Mills and Tanya Blake, Michelle Mama and Hello Friend Media’s Lauren Heimer and Mia Weier. Submarine Entertainment handled sales.

The film had its world premiere at the 2023 Toronto International Film Festival and went on to screen at over 40 film festivals around the world including the Hamptons International Film Festival and Palm Springs International Film Festival.

DuVall recently signed up to direct Abbi and the Eighth Wonder, a female-driven comedy adventure film in development at TriStar Pictures.

DuVall was also behind Fox’s adult animated series HouseBroken and Amazon Freevee’s coming-of-age drama High School. On screen, she’s also known for roles on series like The Handmaid’s Tale, The First Lady and Veep, as well as such films as Argo, Zodiac and But, I’m A Cheerleader.

Source: deadline.com

Veronique • May 26th, 2024
Abbi and the Eighth Wonder

Clea DuVall To Direct “Female-Driven Adventure” Movie, Which We Hope Is Code For Gay

Clea DuVall is back at it, this time she’s set to direct a “female-driven adventure comedy” from Tristar Pictures, the studio that brought us Happiest Season.

Whether you loved or hated the holiday romp Happiest Season, it is undoubtedly a queer classic, marking one of the few queer mainstream holiday movies to emerge from the ubiquitous genre. Clea DuVall gave us queer Kristen Stewart, Mackenzie Davis, and Aubrey Plaza all wrapped up in a shiny gay bow, and “should Abby and Harper have stayed together” is one of my favorite no-stakes “arguments” to have amongst any given gaggle of gays.

Clea DuVall’s newest venture is currently called Abbi and the Eighth Wonder, and it’s an original screenplay by Matt Roller, whose writing credits include but are not limited to Community and Speechless, two shows I personally found hilarious. Not a lot of information is available about the story yet, but what I’ve gleaned from the internet is that it will be an “Indiana-Jones-style buddy comedy” starring the titular Abbi and a new friend named Jo. Both of which are extremely gay names, if you ask me. I have no idea what the tone is going to be, but I hope it’s something like Crush meets D.E.B.S., National Treasure but make it lesbians, Tomb Raider but Lara Croft has a girlfriend, and/or The Mummy but somehow even more bisexual.

I can’t, off the top of my head, even think of a queer movie that comes close to the vibes of “Indiana-Jones-style-buddy comedy” — though if you know of one, PLEASE tell me immediately — so I’m really hoping Clea DuVall (who also wrote and directed the show based on Tegan and Sara’s autobiography High School) comes through again and this will also be a queer comedy. Either way, we love to see a lesbian director getting her time to shine.

Source: autostraddle.com

Veronique • April 14th, 2024
25th Anniversary But I’m a Cheerleader Screening at Florida Film Festival

Natasha Lyonne and Clea DuVall to Host 25th Anniversary But I’m a Cheerleader Screening at Florida Film Festival

Natasha Lyonne and Clea DuVall are making a special appearance at this year’s Florida Film Festival to host a screening of their 1999 queer rom-com But I’m a Cheerleader in honor of the film’s 25th anniversary.

It’s a timely screening, considering the spate of anti-LGBTQ laws that Florida Governor Ron De Santis signed into effect last summer. These include allowing doctors to deny care based on their religious and moral beliefs, banning the use of preferred pronouns in public schools, a ban against gender-affirming care, blocking children from attending drag shows, penalizing trans people for using the bathroom that corresponds to their gender identity, and more.

But at the 33rd annual Florida Film Festival, queerness will be celebrated. The screening of But I’m a Cheerleader, followed by a Q&A between Lyonne, DuVall, and the audience, will take place on April 19 at 7:30 p.m. at the Enzian Theater in Maitland, Florida.

The festival as a whole runs from April 12-21, featuring over 170 films including opening night film Rachel Hendrix by Victor Nunez, a closing night retro 50th anniversary screening of Foxy Brown starring Pam Grier, and a midnight screening of Sébastien Vaniček’s French horror film Infested.

Directed by Jamie Babbit, the plot of But I’m a Cheerleader follows Lyonne as Megan, a popular teenage girl who dates the captain of the football team. But when her vegetarianism and love of Melissa Etheridge leads her parents to suspect that their daughter is secretly a lesbian, they ship her off to a queer conversion camp called True Directions.

Presided over by the hyper-feminine Mary Brown (Cathy Moriarty), the camp forces its campers into a program designed to “set them straight.” Ex-gay counselor Mike (RuPaul out of drag) campaigns hard for the ability to change one’s true nature. Clea DuVall plays a fellow camper, with other cast members including Michelle Williams, Melanie Lynskey, Bud Cort and Mink Stole.

Lyonne is also known for shows like Netflix’s Orange Is the New Black and Russian Doll, which she co-created and starred in. She’s a five-time Emmy and two-time Golden Globe-nominee. Most recently, she executive produced and starred in The Second Best Hospital in the Galaxy on Prime Video and directed the filmed version of comedian Jacqueline Novak’s one-woman show Get on Your Knees.

Lyonne will appear next in Azazel Jacobs’ film His Three Daughters, a bittersweet portrait of three sisters coming together in the wake of their father’s worsening health. She’s also gearing up for the second season of her and Rian Johnson’s mystery series Poker Face, which she stars in and executive produces under her Animal Pictures banner.

In addition to But I’m a Cheerleader, DuVall is also known for acting in 1999’s Girl, Interrupted opposite Angelina Jolie and Winona Ryder. In 2020, she directed and co-wrote the romantic holiday comedy Happiest Season on Hulu. She recently returned as the voice of Elsa for the second season of Fox’s animated series HouseBroken, for which she serves as the co-creator, executive producer, and writer. She also wrote, directed, and executive produced for Amazon Freevee’s High School. In 2023, she made an appearance during the season finale of Poker Face and in 2022, she starred in Susanne Bier’s The First Lady alongside Viola Davis, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Gillian Anderson.

DuVall’s other notable credits include Argo, directed by Ben Affleck; How to Make the Cruelest Month; The Faculty; She’s All That; The Grudge; Zodiac; Little Witches; Can’t Hardly Wait; Girl; Wildflowers; Committed; Thirteen Conversations About One Thing; The Slaughter Rule; Out There; 21 Grams; Identity; The Conviction; The Killing Room; All About Nina; Zen Dog; Heaven’s Floor, and Ten Inch Hero.

Learn more about the 2024 Florida Film Festival here.

Source: moviemaker.com

Veronique • April 10th, 2024
Top Chef screencaps

I made screencaps of Clea on this week’s episode of “Top Chef”. Click on the gallery link below to see all new caps.

Veronique • March 3rd, 2024
Top Chef Wisconsin

I found an article about Top Chef Wisconsin that mentions Clea:

Also on this season: Actors Brittany Snow and Clea Duvall, Milwaukee chefs Dane Baldwin, Paul Bartolotta, Kyle Knall and Adam Siegel, and celebrity chefs including Curtis Duffy, Christina Tosi and Dominique Crenn. Chef Matty Matheson, who plays Neil Fak in “The Bear,” judges “a challenge about chaos cuisine.”

When does “Top Chef” air?

Starting March 20 and every Wednesday afterward for the rest of the season, 75-minute episodes will drop at 8 p.m. on Bravo. These episodes will be available the following day on Peacock and BravoTV.

If you want to read more about the upcoming season of Top Chef Wisconsin, click HERE!

Veronique • January 15th, 2024
The 29th Annual Critics Choice Awards

Clea attended The 29th Annual Critics Choice Awards yesterday with Natasha Lyonne. Click on the gallery link below to see all new photos.

Veronique • December 15th, 2023
30th SAG Awards Season Celebration Presented by City National Bank

Clea attended the 30th SAG Awards Season Celebration Presented by City National Bank yesterday! Click on the gallery link below to see all new photos.

Veronique • December 8th, 2023
Auction of Nothing In support Of (RED)’s Fight To End AIDS

Clea attended the Auction of Nothing In support Of (RED)’s Fight To End AIDS Co-hosted By Lake Bell And Laura Brown yesterday! Click on the gallery link below to see all new photos.

Veronique • November 28th, 2023
33rd Annual Gotham Awards

Clea attended the 33rd Annual Gotham Awards yesterday! Click on the gallery link below to see all new photos.

Veronique • October 11th, 2023
Halloween Horror Nights

Clea attended Halloween Horror Nights on her Birthday 2 weeks ago. Here’s a photo she posted on her Instagram page:


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High School (TV Series)
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Based on the autobiographical book High School by Tegan and Sara.

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