Double Feature

The indie-filmmaking couple that works together stays together

Lee Towndrow for TIME

Filmmaking duo and real-life couple Zoe Lister-Jones and Daryl Wein

Correction Appended: June 11, 2012

It's hard to say if daryl Wein and Zoe Lister-Jones have a fantastic work-life balance or if they have none at all--but either way, their life is their work and vice versa. The filmmakers live, write and edit together in their brownstone apartment in Brooklyn's Fort Greene neighborhood. When they split for a year and then reconciled, they wrote a movie about it: 2009's Breaking Upwards, starring themselves and directed by Wein. Their new feature, the Tribeca hit Lola Versus (now in limited release), draws on Lister-Jones' experience as a single woman during that...

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