Chloë Sevigny moans about flying economy
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Chloë Sevigny moaned directors "pay for everything" whilst actors get all the perks for free.
The 'Boys Don't Cry' star made her directorial debut on the short film 'Kitty' this year and flew into Cannes Film Festival "on coach" which she had to fork out for from her own pocket.
Chloe, 41, whined: "Yesterday morning I came in as a director, flying coach, and I was like, 'No wonder people remain actors, everybody pays for everything'. Directors pay for themselves!"
'Kitty' is based on the short story of same name by Paul Bowles and is about a little girl who turns into a cat.
The title is a passion project for the former model, but she's keen to do more work behind the camera.
She told Deadline: "I've always wanted to direct and sometimes I've wanted to direct Kitty, and sometimes I'm embarrassed to say that like I haven't had any other ideas, but I have, I just feel like I had to do it, I had to complete it in my life time. And it was so much fun I can't wait to do the next thing."
The star also revealed she's got another project already in the pipeline and her eye on a "funny" leading lady who she's hoping to nab for the title.
She added: "I have a project I am trying to work on and I need a performer and I've been talking to one lady that I really like and is really funny and I'm hoping it comes together."