While the season 3 of Girls starts this Sunday on Canal + Series, it offers a portrait of the designer, Director and actress Lena Dunham. Is it really the voice of a generation?

At 29 years old, this New York the biggest between the film and television industry. A course finally quite classic and tidy, Lena Dunham made a life experience. All his doubts, his anxieties, his questions, even the most trivial, it discharged them into his art. This child of the ball - MOM is an artist and photographer, and dad is painter - Solitary child, without real friends, the first stories that it will black and white will be those his grandmother will tell him as a child. "I started writing when I was 9 years old, poems and short stories was pleasant? bad t" told in January 2014, during a masterclass given in Paris.

A few years later, she attends a school in Brooklyn whose a part of education focused on writing, the "story telling" (or literally the art of "telling stories") in all its forms. It was also during his schooling at Saint Ann's School that she made the acquaintance of Jemima Kirke, who has since become her best friend, his muse... and Jessa in Girls. She then went on the shooting of its mother art film. She discovers then a whole world, a whole universe and especially, this urge to y go? ter, plunge a finger as you would with a jar of jam. "It was the summer camp for adults! Everything I loved had met in a single art".

At the age of 19, she directed her first short, not very successful according to his own admission, but exercise confirms this vicerale conviction: it will do its job. And then she decides to enter the bath, with a feature film, Tiny Furniture. There is Lena Dunham, writing, behind the camera and in the r? the main, but also his mother Laurie Simmons, his s? ur Grace, Jemima Kirke, Meritt Wever (who won an Emmy in 2013 for his r? the in Nurse Jackie) and finally Alex Karpovsky who plays Ray in Girls. The film toured festivals and Lena enshrined? do the meetings with the oils of the middle. The executive producer Jenni Konner (today co-showrunner of Girls), who has worked with Judd Apatow on his series Undeclared (the years VF Campus), arranged a meeting between Lena Dunham and the Director of Anchorman.

An appointment with HBO later, the young woman was given the reins of his own series: "I just want to watch a show with people like me and my friends and what we think". Created by http://www.boxsetstore.com