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Among guests and filmmakers attending the weekend will be Toni Collette, star of gala film Hereditary, while the festival will also feature the UK premiere of Desiree Akhavan’s The Miseducation Of Cameron Post, winner of the US Grand Jury Prize: Dramatic in January; Skate Kitchen, the tale of female skateboarders and the narrative debut of Wolfpack director Crystal Moselle; and Augustine Frizzel’s debut, comedy Never Goin’ Back.
Aubrey Plaza stars alongside Emile Hirsch and Jermaine Clement in Jim Hosking’s (The Greasy Strangler) comedy, An Evening With Beverly Luff Linn and the festival will also have the UK premiere of Idris Elba’s directorial debut, Yardie. There will be panels with directors Fox, Granik and Akhavan while another about the intersection between fiction and non-fiction will comprise Fox, Greenfield and Moselle. The lineup is curated by the Sundance Institute and UK cinema chain Picturehouse, which hosts the event.
Kimberly Hebert Gregory (Vice Principals, Kevin [Probably] Saves The World) has signed on for the indie drama, Miss Virginia, joining Uzo Aduba, Matthew Modine, Aunjanue Ellis, and Vanessa Williams. Sacrificing everything but still unable to make the tuition payment, she launches a movement that could save her son’s future and that of many other children in the community. This Is Us actor Lonnie Chavis and Jason Wiles (Third Watch, S. Written and directed by Wiles, the pic is about the life-altering friendship formed when Sunny (Wiles) and 11-year-old Sean (Chavis) grow a strong bond as they grieve over the passing of Sean’s father Mickey (Beach), who was Sunny’s best friend.
Producers are Erin O’Connor, Rob Pfaltzgraff, and Maurice Black of the Moving Picture Institute, Stacey Parks of Media Sparks Films and M. Wiles is producing the pic with Stephen Peace via their newly formed banner Sunny Daze Studios, along with Michael O’Shea Jr., Mandy June Turpin, and Christian Briggs.
The film has an all-female ensemble cast led by Regina Hall, alongside Haley Lu Richardson, Dylan Gelula, AJ Michalka, Lea De Laria, Brooklyn Decker and newcomer Shayna Mc Hayle. Support The Girls takes place over the course of a long day at a sports bar, where the optimism and faith of the general manager of optimism are tested to the limits.
Margret Huddleston, Michael Leahy, and Lori Leahy are producing the project which will begin filming this month.