Cinedigm has acquired all North American distribution rights to Olivia Wilde’s psychological drama “Meadowland” and set an awards season theatrical release in October.
The film, which debuted at Tribeca in April, also stars Luke Wilson, Elisabeth Moss, Giovanni Ribisi, Ty Simpkins and John Leguizamo. Wilde and Wilson play a couple dealing with their son’s disappearance with Wilson portraying a New York City policeman.
“Meadowland” marks the directorial debut of cinematographer Reed Morano, who helmed from a script by Chris Rossi. Wilde serves as a producer, as she has in several of her previous projects including “Drinking Buddies,” “Sun City Picture House” and “Body Team 12.”
The producing team includes Aaron L. Gilbert of Bron Studios, along with Margot Hand and Matt Tauber. Jennifer Levine, Jason Cloth of CW Media Finance, Alex Garcia, Santiago Garcia Galvan, Marla Rand, Scott Paterson and Lauren Selig are the executive producers.
Enchanting Elisabeth Moss Gallery > Events > 2015 > 06-22: “Queen Of Earth” Premiere – BAMcinemaFest 2015
Enchanting Elisabeth Moss Gallery > Events > 2014 > 06-07: 2015 Tony Awards
Today, she’s been running around New York like a mad thing, taking meetings: the life of an actress – some twenty-five years into her career – who no longer needs to audition. She’s in high spirits, assured, confident. “Obviously I’m very sad that the show is ending, but at the same time, there is this massive silver lining to it,” she says. Namely, the golden handcuffs of a seven-season show are off, with Moss’s schedule finally her own. “It’s very liberating to be able to have the freedom, where I can go, ‘Oh, yeah, I want to work with this filmmaker. Let’s collaborate on something.’”
Chief among them is her work with Alex Ross Perry, a striking new voice in cinema whose third film Listen Up Philip is released in the UK next week. The film stars Jason Schwartzman as an arrogant New York writer about to publish his second novel. Moss plays his long-suffering girlfriend, aspiring photographer Ashley, who becomes increasingly exasperated by Philip’s behaviour. “I thought it was funny, brave and cool,” says Moss of a deliciously scripted film that feels like a distant cousin to mid-period Woody Allen or early Wes Anderson.
New photos up in the Enchanting Elisabeth Moss Gallery from the Film Independent Special Screening Of “Mad Men” last night.
Enchanting Elisabeth Moss Gallery > Events > 2015 > 05-17: FILM INDEPENDENT SPECIAL SCREENING OF “MAD MEN
A big gallery update to the Enchanting Elisabeth Moss Gallery with photos from recent events she attended.
Enchanting Elisabeth Moss Gallery > Events > 2015 > 04-13: National Corporate Theatre Fund’s 2015 Chairman’s Awards Gala
Enchanting Elisabeth Moss Gallery > Events > 2015 > 04-21: SAG Conversations On Broadway: Elisabeth Moss
Enchanting Elisabeth Moss Gallery > Events > 2015 > 04-27: 42nd Chaplin Award Gala
Enchanting Elisabeth Moss Gallery > Events > 2015 > 04-28: Elisabeth Moss Caricature Unveiling
Enchanting Elisabeth Moss Gallery > Events > 2015 > 04-29 The 2015 Tony Award Nominees Meet And Greet
Best Lead Actress, Play
Geneva Carr, “Hand to God”
Helen Mirren, “The Audience”
Elisabeth Moss, “The Heidi Chronicles”
Carey Mulligan, “Skylight”
Ruth Wilson, “Constellations
The first Broadway revival of Wendy Wassterstein’s The Heidi Chronicles will play its final performance on May 3, according to The New York Times. The Pam MacKinnon-helmed production stars Mad Men’s Elisabeth Moss, Jason Biggs and Tony nominee Bryce Pinkham. Performances were initially scheduled to run through August 9. At the time of its closing, the production will have played 80 performances at the Music Box Theatre.
“We were very well reviewed, and the performances were remarkable, but people didn’t come to see it,” producer Jeffrey Richards told the Times. “Whether it was how crazy busy it was at this time of year or the consumer being asked to choose between so many shows, Heidi Chronicles was not at the top of their list.”
UTSTANDING ACTRESS IN A PLAY
Greta Gerwig The Village Bike
Jan Maxwell The City of Conversation
Helen Mirren The Audience
Elisabeth Moss The Heidi Chronicles
Tonya Pinkins Rasheeda Speaking
Enchanting Elisabeth Moss Gallery > Mad Men > 709 “New Business”
Enchanting Elisabeth Moss Gallery > Mad Men > 710 “The Forecast”