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2929 Productions is financing in partnership with Park Pictures and Washington Square Films. Mary Ann Marino, Haroula Rose, Sam Bisbee, and Joshua Blum will produce. Executive producers are Todd Wagner, Ben Cosgrove, Jackie Kelman Bisbee, Lance Acord, and Danielle Renfrew Behrens.
Set in a small town in 1983, “Permanent” follows the misadventures of an idiosyncratic family that yearns to feel more confident and artistic.
“I couldn’t be more thrilled to work with two incredibly strong and funny women like Colette Burson and Patricia Arquette on ‘Permanent,'” Wilson said. “I also couldn’t be more thrilled to be wearing a toupee and dressing exactly »
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Film Society Of Lincoln Center announced on Monday complete details for the interactive storytelling programme that runs from October 1-4 within the 54th New York Film Festival.
Convergence includes nine interactive experiences featuring virtual reality, augmented reality and installations.
Sound Hunters invites users to record the sounds of their world via an app by mixing and remixing their own electronic music compositions, while audience-directed heist film Late Shift gets its Us premiere
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Oscar winner and Boyhood star Patricia Arquette and Rainn Wilson are lining up for Colette Burson’s Permanent, which will shoot in Virginia this summer. Mary Ann Marino, Haroula Rose, Sam Bisbee, and Joshua Blum produce the comedy about an idiosyncratic family in the 1980s that seeks to be more artistic. 2929 Productions is financing in partnership with Park Pictures and Washington Square Films. »
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Nick Offerman, Krysten Ritter and Katharine Ross are also starring in the film, which is just wrapping production in Los Angeles. Brett Haley directs from his own script that he co-wrote with Marc Basch.
The film is produced by Northern Lights, Park Pictures and Houston King Productions. Producers are Houston King (“Results”), Sam Bisbee (“Infinitely Polar Bear”) and Erik Rommesmo (“I’ll See You in My Dreams,” “It Follows”). Financing was arranged by Gersh and Wme.
Elliott stars as a former Western film icon who makes his living doing voiceovers and spends most of his spare time smoking weed or hanging out with his pal, played by Offerman. When he receives some life-changing news, he decides to reprise his celebrated role of “The Hero” in a sequel to the beloved Western of »
- Dave McNary
Netflix has nabbed worldwide streaming rights to the Molly Shannon-Jesse Plemons Sundance dramedy “Other People,” Variety has learned. Vertical Entertainment has picked up North American theatrical rights for the movie, which will be released in the fall for a campaign targeted at next year’s Oscars.
“Other People” opened this year’s Sundance Film Festival to good reviews and a strong emotional reaction–many at the Eccles Theatre were audibly crying and laughing at parts. First-time director Chris Kelly, a writer from “Saturday Night Live,” drew on his own experience with his cancer-stricken mother to craft the story of a gay comedy writer (Plemons) who comes home to Sacramento to be with his mom (Shannon) following a health crisis.
After its Jan. 21 premiere, the buzz in Park City was that Shannon could be in consideration for awards in the best-supporting actress category for a performance that allows the »
- Ramin Setoodeh and Brent Lang
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