20th Century Women is a brilliantly insightful portrait of an extended family told from the perspective of 1979. Read More: // here
with Annette Bening, Greta Gerwig, Elle Fanning, director Mike Mills
From Arthouse Film Festival guest speaker and producer Anne Carey comes a story of women from three different eras who teach Jamie, a teenage boy, about life, love and freedom. Director Mike Mills’ last film, Beginners won an Academy Award for Christopher Plummer. Official Website: // here
Oct 13: 20th Century Women (Rafael 1 @ 7:00 PM)
Oct 16: Jackie (Century Larkspur @ 5:15 PM)
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Deadline reports Brenda Vaccaro and Poorna Jagannathan have joined the first season cast of Lisa Rubin’s Gypsy TV show at Netflix. The psychological drama stars Naomi Watts as therapist Jean Holloway, who develops dangerously inappropriate relationships with her patients. Read More: // here
A24’s 20th Century Women from Beginners director/writer Mike Mills is getting a Christmas day release in New York and Los Angeles before going wide on Jan. 20. Set in Santa Barbara, the movie follows three women played by Annette Bening, Elle Fanning and Greta Gerwig who raise an adolescent boy (newcomer Lucas Jade Zumann) during a pivotal summer in 1979. Billy Crudup also stars. 20th Century Women is also premiering at the New York Film Festival on Saturday, Oct. 8 as the event’s centerpiece gala. Read More: // here
Curtis Hanson, who shared an Adapted Screenplay Oscar for L.A. Confidential and also helmed such films as Eminem-starrer 8 Mile, Wonder Boys, The River Wild, In Her Shoes and HBO’s Too Big To Fail, died in his sleep Tuesday of natural causes at his Hollywood Hills home. He was 71.
In 2011, Hanson took his directing talents to the small screen for Too Big to Fail, HBO’s telepic about how Washington and Wall Street flailed during the late-2000s financial crisis. The pic, which included William Hurt among its large ensemble, scored 11 Emmy noms, including two for Hanson as director and producer, but came away empty-handed.
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Billy Crudup (R) performs onstage at the Labyrinth Theater Company’s Celebrity Charades Gala 2016 at Capitale on September 19, 2016 in New York City. View // here