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Pair get set for 'Distance' close-up

17 July 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Ally McBeal star Gil Bellows is teaming with Kissing Jessica Stein star Jennifer Westfeldt to star in writer-director Stu Pollard's indie dramedy Keep Your Distance. Christian Kane, Kim Raver, Elizabeth Pena, Stacy Keach, Jamie Harrold, Rick Overton and Cynthia Martells round out the cast. Shooting is under way in Kentucky. Distance is described as a character-driven project centering on a radio talk-show host (Bellows) and what happens when he meets a pharmaceutical sales rep from out of town (Westfeldt). They accidentally form a bond based on something lacking in all of their other relationships: trust. Pollard is producing the $1.2 million-budgeted feature along with producer Christina Varotsis. A native of Kentucky, Pollard is repped by Innovative Artists Agency and Chris Ridenhour at Tavel Entertainment. He made his directorial debut in 1999's Nice Guys Sleep Alone. Westfeldt is repped by UTA and Tammy Rosen at the Personal Management Co. She recently wrapped another indie, 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover. Bellows is repped by ICM and Brookside Artists Management. He next stars in Blind Horizon. »

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