Lindsay Lohan is no stranger to tabloid attention, or to the law. As of late, the troubled starlet has seen more night clubs and court rooms than film sets, but Lindsay isn't all about tabloid drama and ankle bracelets.

The New York Times Style Magazine reported that Lindsay will be starring in a film of a different type in next weeks Commercial Break for the opening festivities of the 54th Venice Biennale.

The art film is by painter Richard Phillips who drew from two movie classics for inspiration: Jean-Luc Godar's Contempt and Ingmar Bergman's Persona, where comparisons to Bardo and Liv Ullmann are present.

The cinematography was by the award-winning surf filmmaker, Taylor Steele.

It has also been reported that prior to being placed on house arrest, Lindsay stocked up on painting supplies.

TMZ reports that the star is using house arrest as a way to relax, focus on her recovery and figure out her new game plan for her life and career.

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