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Gravitas Ventures Acquires 'ABUNDANT ACREAGE AVAILABLE'

Gravitas Ventures has acquired the theatrical and on-demand rights for Angus MacLachlan’s ABUNDANT ACREAGE AVAILABLE, following its premiere at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival where it won the Best Screenplay Award in the US Narrative Competition.   118 more words

Actors News

Amy Ryan's 'Abundant Acreage Available' Lands at Gravitas for Fall Release

Gravitas Ventures has secured North American rights to Angus MacLachlan’s family drama “Abundant Acreage Available,” starring Amy Ryan and Terry Kinney.

“Abundant Acreage Available” won the best screenplay award in the U.S. 230 more words

Festivals

Kenneth's kiss could have been very fresh #richardarmitage

Well, despite the cigarettes? Somehow I missed it that Amy Ryan won an Obie performance award in May. (Interesting that the award was founded by the Village Voice because I don’t remember that outlet reviewing the play.) Her secret to preparing for the stage involves a Fisherman’s Friend.

Richard Armitage

'La La Land's' Fred Berger to Produce Noir Thriller 'Strange but True' (EXCLUSIVE)

“La La Land” producer Fred Berger has set multilayered noir thriller “Strange but True” as his next project. British sales company Bankside Films is handling international sales on the film, which it will introduce to buyers at the Cannes Film Festival this week. 246 more words

News

May 3: Happy Birthday Amy Ryan and Bing Crosby

Oscar and Tony nominee Amy Ryan is celebrating her 48th today.  Upon her graduation from New York’s High School of Performing Arts, she was almost immediately cast in the national touring company of Neil Simon’s… 1,285 more words

Celebrity Birthdays

Gone Baby Gone (You gotta take a side)

Rating: Very Severe

Year: 2007
Running time: 1 hour 54 minutes
Director: Ben Affleck
Cast: Casey Affleck, Michelle Monaghan, Morgan Freeman, Ed Harris, John Ashton, Amy Ryan, Titus Welliver, Amy Madigan… 1,780 more words

Films

Monster Trucks

Starring: Lucas Till, Jane Levy, Thomas Lennon, Barry Pepper, Rob Lowe, Danny Glover, Amy Ryan, Holt McCallany, Frank Whaley
Directed By: Chris Wedge
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