June 11th, 2019   Author: Jules   ‘Tales of the City’

When Tales of the City premiered on PBS 25 years ago, most viewers had seen nothing like it. Based on the first of Armistead Maupin’s nine novels about a group of friends — straight, gay and transgender — living at apartment complex 28 Barbary Lane in 1970s San Francisco, the exuberant drama featured pot-smoking, lovemaking and other TV-MA material mixed in with a soapy mystery. “It changed the conversation,” says Laura Linney, who delighted as Mary Ann Singleton, a naive Ohioan. Read More here

June 5th, 2019   Author: Jules   Press / Interview

On a quiet, leafy block of Taylor Street, in San Francisco’s Russian Hill, there is a curious wooden staircase that springs from the middle of the footpath and ascends to a cobbled laneway overgrown with thickets. Back in 1993, in the opening scenes of the first Tales of the City television series, based on Armistead Maupin’s best-selling book of the same name, Laura Linney, playing American everywoman Mary Ann Singleton, took her first nervous steps up those stairs to the fictional 28 Barbary Lane.

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May 30th, 2019   Author: Jules   Press / Interview

Emmy-winning and Oscar- and Tony-nominated actress Laura Linney, 55, has won fans for her work in film, television and theater, from Love Actually to John Adams to My Name Is Lucy Barton. Now she’s stepping back into the character of Mary Ann Singleton in Tales of the City, a Netflix revival (June 7) of the controversial 1990s miniseries, based on the novels of Armistead Maupin. Linney talks with Parade about how she spends her downtime and her initial reluctance to appear on TV. Continue here

May 20th, 2019   Author: Jules   Latest Screenings

Sunday 16 June @ 14:00

Sammy (Linney) lives and works in the town she grew up in, bringing up her son and keeping down a job in the local bank. The arrival of her estranged brother Terry (Ruffalo) brings along a level of support and complication as they find ways to co-exist and deal with past issues. You Can Count on Me is a beautifully written and performed piece that has authenticity and humanity running through it as it looks at the everyday complexities in human relationships and, in particular, that between brother and sister. Broderick turns in a first class performance as Brian, the pompous, controlling bank manager who Sammy both works for and unexpectedly falls for. This screening is in association with The Starry Messenger by Kenneth Lonergan, at the Wyndham’s Theatre until 10 August

Tickets £12.50, concs £10:20 (Members pay £2 less) on sale to BFI Champions and Patrons Mon 13 May 11:30; BFI Members Mon 13 May 12:30 and to the public from Fri 17 May 11:30.
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May 3rd, 2019   Author: Jules   Site News / Updates

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May 3rd, 2019   Author: Jules   'My Name is Lucy Barton' - Stage

Laura Linney will return to Broadway next year in the American premiere of My Name is Lucy Barton, the hit 2018 London Theatre Company production of a solo play based on the novel by Elizabeth Strout, adapted by Rona Munro and directed by Richard Eyre. The play will debut as part of Manhattan Theatre Club’s upcoming season, with previews beginning Monday, Jan. 6, 2020, at MTC’s Samuel J. Friedman Theatre on Broadway. Opening night is Jan. 15. Read More here

May 3rd, 2019   Author: Jules   Site News / Updates

We have an awesome new site & gallery layout thanks to Gemma @ gratrixdesigns.co.uk

April 28th, 2019   Author: Jules   Latest Screenings

May 22 @ 19:00 – Mystic River (plus discussion) / (Esquire Theatre, 320 Ludlow Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45220 / X

April 28th, 2019   Author: Jules   Press / Interview

Our new Emmy-season edition of Deadline’s video series The Actor’s Side begins today with my conversation with Laura Linney, co-star of Netflix’s Ozark, now in its second season and getting hot Emmy buzz. Continue here

April 28th, 2019   Author: Jules   ‘Tales of the City’

Ellen Page and Olympia Dukakis co-star in the return of the beloved queer series, based on the books by Armistead Maupin. Read More here

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