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The Big Ask: Synopsis

Andrew’s mom has just died of cancer. It hits him hard and his closest friends worry about his sanity. When Andrew and his girlfriend Hannah invite everyone to spend a week in Joshua Tree to celebrate Andrew’s birthday, the friends rally around them. The first night goes well until Andrew announces that he’s figured out how to cure his depression-- by sleeping with all of them at the same time. His friends are not psyched. Andrew doesn’t know that Dave has just proposed to Zoe, and that Owen and Emily are on the rocks, and that Hannah is about to break. Andrew sets off a week of communal catharsis, highlighted by the crazy desert lifers who call Joshua Tree home.

GILLIAN JACOBS

Emily

A natural talent, with a striking presence and undeniable energy, Gillian Jacobs is one of Hollywood's most vibrant young actresses.

Jacobs can currently be seen in the fourth season of NBC's critically acclaimed comedy Community opposite Joel McHale. Jacobs' was most recently nominated for a Broadcast Television Journalists Association award in the category of "Best Comedy Supporting Actress." The show won "Best Comedy Series" at the most recent awards ceremony.

Upcoming, Jacobs will appear in Walk Of Shame alongside Elizabeth Banks and James Marsden. The film follows a reporter whose dream of becoming a news anchor is compromised after a one-night stand leaves her stranded in downtown L.A. without a phone, car, ID or money. Film District is slated to release the film September 20, 2013.

Also upcoming, Jacobs will be see in Jacob Vaughan's comedy Milo opposite Ken Marino and Peter Stormare, which premiered at SXSW this past March and sold to Magnet/Magnolia.

Jacobs recently wrapped production on The Lookalike opposite Jerry O'Connell, Justin Long and Gina Gershon. Directed by Richard Gray the film is about two criminals who scramble to find a woman who looks like a drug lord's love interest after a sudden death.

Upcoming, Jacobs will also be seen in Chadd Harbold's Revenge For Jolly which premiered at the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival. The film follows a man who, with the help of his cousin, seeks to avenge the death of his beloved dog, who was killed under confusing and suspicious circumstances. The film also stars Kristen Wiig, Oscar Isaac and Brian Petsos.

Last year, she worked on several independent films including Brian Jett's Let Go opposite David Denman, SIN BIN with Ben McKenzie, and Kathy Lindboe's NoNames for which she won the Jury Award for Best Acting Achievement at the 2010 Phoenix Film Festival and was nominated for the Christie Digital Award for Best Actress at the 2010 Method Fest.

Her other film credits include The Incredible Burt Wonderstone opposite Steve Carell, Jim Carrey and Olivia Wilde, Seeking A Friend At The End Of The World opposite Steve Carell and Keira Knightley, Helena From The Wedding which premiered at the 2010 SXSW Festival, Richard Kelly's The Box opposite Cameron Diaz, James Marsden and Frank Langella, Choke opposite Sam Rockwell and Angelica Huston, which premiered at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival and won a Special Jury Prize for "Best Ensemble Cast" and as the lead in Gardens of the Night opposite John Malkovich and Tom Arnold, which premiered at the 2008 Berlin Film Festival.

Her theater credits include Phillip Seymour Hoffman's The Little Flower of East Orange opposite Ellen Burstyn and Michael Shannon at the Public Theater, A Feminine Ending at the Playwrights Theater and Adam Rapp's Cagelove at the Rattlestick Theater. Jacobs received her Bachelor of Fine Arts at The Julliard School.

Zachary Knighton

Dave

A dynamic actor on the rise, Zachary Knighton is making a name for himself on both the stage and screen.

Knighton can currently be seen in the critically acclaimed ABC comedy Happy Endings where he plays the lovable groom Dave Rose, who was left at the altar on his wedding day by his bride, Alex (Elisha Cuthbert). Knighton stars alongside Adam Pally, Damon Wayans Jr., Casey Wilson, and Eliza Coupe who have all garnered attention for their respective roles on the show. The hit series is currently in its third season.

Knighton was last seen in the romantic comedy, Tug, opposite Yeardley Smith (The Simpsons). Previously, Knighton was seen alongside Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson in the soul searching surfer comedy, Surfer, Dude. Knighton also starred in the dark horror remake, The Hitcher, opposite Sophia Bush where he played a young college boyfriend whose good deeds take a tragic detour after picking up a hitchhiker on the road. Other credits include, the 2004 comedy romance The Prince and Me opposite Julia Stiles and Miranda Richardson, the drama The Mudge Boy opposite Emile Hirsch and Cherry Falls alongside Brittany Murphy.

In television, Knighton previously starred as Dr. Bryce Varley in USA's 2009 sci-fi thriller FlashForward, as well as the network's 2005 comedy series Life on a Stick. Knighton has been a guest star on the award-winning series It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, and made appearances in the longstanding drama series Law & Order, as well as USA's Ed and Related. In addition to his television series credits, Knighton appeared in the biography drama USA TV movie, Sally Hemmings: An American Scandal.

Knighton has also expanded his body of work with several theatrical productions. Some of his stage credits include The Pumpkin Pie Show, the off-broadway play, Birdy, Madame Melville, and Endgame. For his standout performance in Equus, Knighton was nominated for the Irene Ryan Award.

Knighton got his B.F.A. in theatre from Virginia Commonwealth University and studied abroad at Oxford University where he further honed his craft. Currently, Knighton resides in Los Angeles where he enjoys surfing and sailing.

David Krumholtz

Andrew

David Krumholtz is known for his vast array of characters over the many years, most notably starring in CBS’ highly successful and long-running series Numb3rs.

On the big screen, he next co-stars in the ensemble dark comedy End of the World, with, among others, Emma Watson, Jason Segal, Seth Rogen, James Franco, Jonah Hill and Aziz Ansari.

He recently recurred on the highly regarded HBO series The Newsroom opposite Jeff Daniels playing Daniels’ therapist. He also starred opposite Michael Urie in CBS’ Partners, written by Will & Grace creators Max Mutchnick and David Kohan.

Krumholtz reprised his role as Goldstein for a third time in A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas, having appeared in the first two films of that successful film franchise. He also was seen alongside Jim Carrey in 20th Century Fox’s Mr. Popper’s Penguins.

Other big-screen credits include the smash-hit comedy Superbad, and alongside John C. Reilly in Columbia Pictures’ Walk Hard. Additionally, he co-starred opposite Anthony Hopkins and Demi Moore in Emilio Estevez's SAG and Golden Globe-nominated film Bobby, the story of Senator Robert F. Kennedy's 1968 assassination at the Ambassador Hotel.

He was seen in yet another highly acclaimed movie, Universal's Oscar-winning Ray, for director Taylor Hackford. He received critical acclaim for his starring role in the FX tele-picture Big Shot: Confessions of a Campus Bookie.

More credits for the big screen include Serenity, the feature-length adaptation of the sci-fi drama Firefly, Santa Clause 2, Slums of Beverly Hills, The Mexican, Sidewalks of New York, Scorched, Ten Things I Hate About You, and Barry Levinson's critically-acclaimed Liberty Heights. For the small screen, he also appeared in NBC’s The Playboy Club.

Krumholtz currently resides in Los Angeles.

Melanie Lynskey

Hannah

An accomplished and versatile actress, New Zealand born Melanie Lynskey took audiences by storm in 1994 with her award winning performance (1995 Best Actress in Film; New Zealand Film & Television Awards) in Peter Jackson's Heavenly Creatures opposite Kate Winslet. Since then, she has amassed a number of credits both in features and television.

In 2012, Lynskey was seen in Todd Luiso's film Hello I Must Be Going written by Sarah Koskoff. The film opened the 2012 Sundance Film Festival and was rated one of the “Top Ten Independent Films” of the year by the National Board of Review. Lynskey’s performance in the film has earned her critical praise, including a nomination for a 2012 Gotham Independent Film Award in the category of ‘Breakthrough Actor.’ Lynskey appeared in Stephen Chbosky's adaptation of his novel, The Perks of Being a Wallflower and Lorene Scafaria’s Seeking a Friend at the End of the World. She recently wrapped production on the comedy They Came Together starring opposite Paul Rudd and Michael Shannon.

Some of Lynskey’s previous film credits include Touchback; Show of Hands for the New Zealand Film Commission; Eye of the Hurricane; Tom McCarthy's Win Win; Jason Reitman's Up in the Air; the independent feature Helena from the Wedding; Tim Blake Nelson's Leaves of Grass opposite Edward Norton; Steven Soderbergh’s' The Informant opposite Matt Damon; Sam Mendes' Away We Go; and Clint Eastwood's Flags of Our Fathers, where Lynskey played the female lead.

Other film credits include: Andy Tennant's Ever After with Drew Barrymore; Sweet Home Alabama with Reese Witherspoon; Billy Ray's Shattered Glass with Peter Sarsgaard; Michael Cacoyannis' The Cherry Orchard with Charlotte Rampling and the late Alan Bates. The independent New Zealand road movie Snakeskin, garnered Lynskey her second New Zealand Film and Television Award Nomination for Best Actress. Lynskey teamed again with Peter Jackson for his second film The Frighteners; and received excellent notices for her work in Stephen Gaghans' directorial debut film Abandon.

Television audiences continue to love Melanie as Rose in the hit series Two and a Half Men. Lynskey was also a recurring character on the HBO animated series “The Life & Times of Tim. She has guest starred in numerous television series including: House, Memphis Beat; It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia; The L Word; Psych; The Shield; and was one of the leads in the FOX Series, Drive. Lynskey also starred in the television miniseries Comanche Moon (CBS), the prequel to Lonesome Dove; as well as Stephen King's Rose Red (ABC).

Lynskey currently resides in Los Angeles

Ahna O'Reilly

Zoe

With numerous film and television credits to her name, Ahna O’Reilly is a fresh face and she has emerged as one of Hollywood’s most sought after young actors.

O’Reilly was seen in the Oscar nominated Disney/ Dreamworks’ film The Help starring alongside Emma Stone, Bryce Dallas Howard and Sissy Spacek.

2012 has proven to be a productive year for Ahna as she completed work on the films The Time Being with Wes Bentley and Frank Langella, the ensembles CBGB and the James Franco directed As I Lay Dying.

She was named one of the FIVE ACTORS TO WATCH at Sundance 2013 for her films Jobs opposite Ashton Kutcher and the Dramatic Audience Award and Grand Jury Prize winner Fruitvale with Octavia Spencer.

O’Reilly’s previous film credits include the comedy Forgetting Sarah Marshall alongside Jason Segel, Kristen Bell, Mila Kunis and Russell Brand as well as Nancy Drew with Emma Roberts, Amy Bruckner and Kay Panabaker.

O’Reilly’s television credits include a recent appearance on NBC’s Prime Suspect and The CW’s Vampire Diaries as well as CSI:NY, and Unhitched.

O’Reilly currently resides in Los Angeles and enjoys volunteering her time and talent to children with serious medical conditions at Art of Elysium, as well as contributing towards building a sustainable future for Los Angeles with the environmental nonprofit Tree People.

Jason Ritter

Owen

Jason Ritter is currently the star of the FOX pilot Us & Them. He recently finished filming There’s Always Woodstock directed by Rita Merson. Prior to that, he starred in You’re Not You opposite Hillary Swank and Five More for Lifetime. Ritter starred on NBC’s critically acclaimed Parenthood as Lauren Graham’s love interest.

Ritter starred on NBC's conspiracy thriller The Event opposite Blair Underwood and Laura Innes. On the show, he played Sean Walker, an unlikely hero who gets entangled in an immense government conspiracy when his would-be fiancée Leila (Sarah Roemer) mysteriously disappears during their Caribbean cruise.

Ritter is seen in A Bag of Hammers starring opposite Rebecca Hall which opened in May 2012 and The Perfect Family opposite Emily Deschanel; which premiered at the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival. Free Samples opposite Jess Weixler; premiered at the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival. He also appeared in The End of Love opposite Amanda Seyfried and Michael Cera which opened at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2012.

Ritter also starred in the independent film The Dry Land, opposite America Ferrera, Ryan O'Nan, and Melissa Leo. The film premiered at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival and won the prize for international premiere at the 2010 Edinburgh Film Festival. He also starred in Peter and Vandy opposite Jess Weixler, which premiered at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival and was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize. Ritter starred in and co-produced Good Dick, written and directed by Marianna Palka, which was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance in 2008.

His other film credits include: The Education of Charlie Banks, Our Very Own, Happy Endings, Mumford, and Raise Your Voice. Other television credits include series regular roles on The Class and Joan of Arcadia.

Ritter starred as the title character in the Lincoln Center production of Wendy Wasserstein’s Third, opposite Dianne Wiest, Charles Durning, Amy Aquino, and Gaby Hoffmann, directed by Daniel Sullivan. His additional theater credits include the Off-Broadway production of Tom Donaghy’s The Beginning of August and the role of ‘Tim’ in the world premiere of Neil LaBute’s play The Distance from Here at London’s Almeida Theatre, directed by David Leveaux.

Ritter is a graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, where he studied at the Atlantic Theatre Company. He also studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London.

French Stewart

Rich

French Stewart is best known for his role as Harry Solomon on the hit 1990s sitcom 3rd Rock from the Sun. Stewart studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and toured in regional theatre for seven years before breaking into television with the role of Razor Dee, a spaced-out DJ on the final season of The New WKRP in Cincinnati in 1992.

Major motion picture credits for Stewart include his film debut in Stargate (1994) as Lieutenant Ferretti, followed by Leaving Las Vegas (1995), The Poison Tasters (1995), Glory Daze (1996), McHale's Navy (1997), Love Stinks (1999), Clockstoppers (2002) as Earl Doppler and Wedding Daze as Nathan Bennett IV. Animated credits include the voice of Bob on the short-lived animated series God, the Devil and Bob (2000), and Disney's animated series Hercules (1998) as Icarus. Stewart has appeared in a number of roles in situation comedies such as Just Shoot Me!, Becker, The Drew Carey Show, Less Than Perfect and That '70s Show. He also starred in the WB show Charmed as a genie.

Stewart has appeared on MADtv and guest-starred on Seinfeld. He can also be seen on the I Love The... series on VH1. Stewart was an executive producer for Has Anyone Seen My Baby?, a drama on the Lifetime network that portrayed the life of a woman who lost her child on an African safari in the early 1970s. He also appeared as the "weird guy" office temp on NewsRadio with Andy Dick.

Stewart produced and costarred in the dual role of Queen Victoria and Sigmund Freud in Watson: The Last Great Tale of the Legendary Sherlock Holmes at the Sacred Fools Theater Company, where he is a member.

Dale Dickey

Lorie

Dale Dickey is a multi-talented actress with a diverse roster of credits that span studio and independent films to television and theater. In 2011, she won the Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Actress, and shared the Gotham Award for Best Ensemble, for her unforgettable performance in Winter’s Bone.

Her other recent feature film credits include Being Flynn, with Robert DeNiro, Paul Dano, and Julianne Moore; J.J. Abrams’ Super 8; Clint Eastwood’s Changeling; Sean Penn’s The Pledge; Tony Scott’s Domino; A Perfect Getaway, and independent films including The Journey of August King, The Incredibly True Adventures of Two Girls in Love, Our Very Own, Leaving Barstow, Trailer Park of Terror, and The Yellow Wallpaper. Upcoming films include The Guilt Trip, with Barbra Streisand and Seth Rogen; The Trials and Tribulations of a Trailer Trash Housewife, with Octavia Spencer; Evidence, with Stephen Moyer; Lost on Purpose, and Tales of Everyday Magic.

On television’s True Blood, she joined the cast as the matriarch of a family of werewolves. She appeared regularly on the series My Name is Earl, portraying Patty, the Daytime Hooker, a role she recently re-created on Raising Hope. She has also had recurring roles on Breaking Bad, Sordid Lives, Gilmore Girls, and Christy. Her numerous guest star credits include Two Broke Girls, Law and Order: Los Angeles, Weeds, Criminal Minds, Bones, The Closer, Cold Case, CSI, Numbers, ER, Frasier, and The X-Files.

A veteran of the stage, her New York theatre credits includes Sir Peter Hall’s Broadway production of The Merchant of Venice (with Dustin Hoffman) and numerous works with Signature Theatre Company, Playwright’s Horizons and Manhattan Punch Line‘s Improv Theatre. Regional credits include Denver Center Theatre, 3 seasons at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, Chicago’s Royal George, PaperMill Playhouse, and the Clarence Brown Theatre, where she recently played ‘Blanche’ in A Streetcar Named Desire, and will play Mrs. Lovett in Sweeney Todd later this year. In Los Angeles, she has worked with the Odyssey Theatre Ensemble, Hudson Guild, Matrix and Zephyr theatres, and The Blank Theatre Company’s Young Playwrights Festivals. She has also worked extensively with Texas playwright/director Del Shores, winning two L.A. Ovation awards for her work in his productions of Southern Baptist Sissies and The Trials and Tribulations of a Trailer Trash Housewife. Dickey was born and raised in Knoxville, Tennessee.

Ned Beatty

Old Man carl

Ned Beatty has appeared in more than 100 films and has been nominated for an Academy Award, two Emmy Awards, an MTV Movie Award for Best Villain and a Golden Globe Award; he won a Drama Desk Award.

These nominations stemmed from his performances in films and television series like Network (1976), Friendly Fire (1979), Last Train Home (1990), Hear My Song (1991), the adaptation film Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (2004) and Toy Story 3 (2010).

He has had great commercial success in memorable roles such as the executive Bobby Trippe in Deliverance (1972), Tennessee lawyer Delbert Reese in Nashville (1975), general attorney Dardis in All the President's Men (1976), Bob Sweet in Silver Streak (1976), the priest Edwards in Exorcist II: The Heretic (1977), Lex Luthor's henchman Otis in Superman (1978) and Superman II (1980), Bates' right hand man Sydney Morehouse in The Toy (1982), Borisov and Pavel Petrovic in The Fourth Protocol (1987), TV presenter Ernest Weller in Repossessed (1990), Rudy Ruettiger's father in Rudy (1993), detective McNair in Just Cause (1995), Dexter Wilkins in Life (1999), the simple sheriff in Where the Red Fern Grows (2003), the corrupt Senator Charles F. Meachum in Shooter (2007), United States Congressman Doc Long in Charlie Wilson's War (2007) and the voice of antagonist Lots-O'-Huggin' Bear in Toy Story 3 (2010).

Thomas Beatty

Writer/Director/Producer

Thomas writes studio comedy features with writing partner Matthew Gasteier. They are repped by UTA and have projects in development with Broken Road and Scott Stuber Productions among others. He has directed plays both in LA and NYC and has shot a number of short films. He is also producing several independent projects, including The Book of Bebb with Ned Beatty and Margo Martindale attached to star and Ali Selim attached to direct. Thomas is also an award-winning playwright who was recently commissioned to write a new play for the Echo Theater Company in Los Angeles. Thomas has extensive production experience both in reality television and feature filmmaking. During his 5 years at Lakeshore Entertainment Thomas helped guide 13 films from script to screen including Underworld 3 and Crank. Previous to that he worked for Chris Gerolmo on the award winning but short-lived series Over There and spent a year in New York working behind the scenes on the Broadway production of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof starring Ashley Judd and Jason Patric. He attended Brown University where he had the great privilege of working with Paula Vogel and Oskar Eustis among others.

Rebecca Fishman

Director

Rebecca is a photographer, director and musician. Prior to co-directing The Big Ask she shot and directed the short film Zak Goes to the Office, and the web TV pilot, Kiss N’ Tell, the latter of which is in development at Wonderland Sound and Video (McG’s production company). As a photographer, Rebecca has shot for the Atlantic, C Magazine, LA Weekly, Serious Eats, and Curbed. She specializes in portraits, lifestyle and food photography. Her work can be seen at www.rebeccafishman.com. As a musician Rebecca can be found performing in her cover band Charlie Limousine and as Christine McVie in the new Fleetwood Mac tribute show, Rumours. Rebecca graduated magna cum laude from Brown University.

Jennifer Westin

Producer

Jennifer has also produced apocalyptic thriller What Remains from writer/director Ben Wagner and Mutual Friends, directed by Matthew Watts, starring Caitlin Fitzgerald (Newlyweds), Michael Stahl-David (Cloverfield) and Cheyenne Jackson (30 Rock). Indiewire spotlighted Mutual Friends as one to watch in its annual “30 Coming to a Theater Near You.” The ensemble comedy features a different writer for each storyline.

Jennifer produced the independent feature The Lake Effect, starring Kay Panabaker (Fame) and Ross Partridge (Baghead). The film won awards at festivals worldwide before heading into distribution in 2011.

Jennifer has produced numerous short films including The Dawn Chorus which played film festivals including Sundance and London. She also produced Twenty Dollar Drinks, starring Sandra Bernhard and Cady Huffman, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. Her episode of the PBS series Futurestates was the season three finale. Most recently, she produced a narrative transmedia project for Emmy-nominated Fourth Wall Studios.

Jennifer participated in the Film Independent Producers Lab and the Berlinale Talent Project Market. She has a BA from the University of Southern California and an MFA in film producing from Columbia University.

Karina Miller

Executive Producer

Karina produces for film, television, theatre and new media through her company Sparkhouse. Her entertainment career started at a young age in her hometown of Toronto. She worked at Alliance Communications both on-set and in-office in the Production, Development and TV Animation departments. It was her TV production career that first brought Karina to New York where she worked with Viacom (VH-1) and Columbia-Tri Star television. Once in New York City, she turned her focus to theatre management and producing, working both on and off Broadway and regionally with Second Stage (NY) and Seattle’s Tony Award-winning Intiman.

Karina has also worked as a communications consultant, event planner and non-profit theatre advisor. Karina specialized in crisis communications, fundraising, branding and special events. Her clients have included service organizations as well as regional theatres and commercial theatre producers. Karina has a BA from the University of Michigan and an MFA from Columbia University.

Aaron Kovalchik

Director of Photography

Aaron Kovalchik is a filmmaker, writer, and cinematographer who holds a BA and MFA from Brown University. As a cinematographer he has shot two feature films, over sixteen short films, and several music videos. Feature films include Aardvark which won Special Mention at the Locarno Film Festival and was also an official selection at (among others) the Rotterdam, Viennale, AFI, and BAFICI film festivals; as well as Gabi on the Roof in July which won Best Narrative Feature and Best Lead Actress at the Brooklyn Film Festival and was an official selection at Cinequest, BAFICI, and Maryland film festivals. Short films include HUG (Sundance, SXSW), Coup de Grâce (New York International Latino Film Festival), Monkeywrench (Slamdance, Brooklyn International), and 3 Wheels (Tribeca, Golden Harvest).

Eric Potter

Editor

Eric Potter ditched 10 years of fiction writing in Atlanta to study film editing at the American Film Institute. Since graduating he has worked on such notable feature films as Clive Barker’s The Midnight Meat Train, Underworld: Rise of the Lycans, The Lincoln Lawyer, Born to Ride, Beneath the Darkness, Scorpion King 3, and The Bronx Bull.

Julian Wass

Composer

Multi-instrumentalist Julian Wass graduated from Stanford University with a B.A. in Music, Science and Technology. His recent film work includes: the Duplass Brothers' Do-Deca-Pentathalon, Jenée LaMarque's directorial debut The Pretty One, and both Dax Shepard's directorial debut Brother's Justice and follow-up Hit and Run. Julian is a member and producer of Los Angeles based electronic-pop band Fol Chen and his recent productions include records by singer/songwriter Simone White, Bay Area rap group Main Attrakionz, Fol Chen's latest, "The False Alarms", and his own EP, “Crystals”.

Richa Delia - Barden/Schnee Casting

Casting Director

Rich Delia is a Casting Director at Barden/Schnee casting. Recent credits include Dallas Buyers Club with Matthew McConaughey and Jennifer Garner, The Time Being with Frank Langella and Wes Bentley, Behaving Badly with Mary-Louise Parker and Selena Gomez, Girl in Progress with Eva Mendes, Short Term 12 with Brie Larson and Save The Date with Lizzy Caplan and Alison Brie. Other credits include the upcoming film adaptation of August Osage County with Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts, Pitch Perfect with Anna Kendrick, You're Not You with Hilary Swank, The Iceman with James Franco and Michael Shannon, The Help with Viola Davis and Octavia Spencer, Lovelace with Amanda Seyfried, Machine Gun Preacher with Gerard Butler, Dolphin Tale with Morgan Freeman and Ashley Judd, and Mirror Mirror with Julia Roberts and Armie Hammer.

Seattle International Film Festival

Seattle, WA

May 16th, 2013 June 9th, 2013
June 1, 2013 9:30pm

Siff Cinema Uptown

June 2, 2013 3:30pm

Siff Cinema Uptown

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