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DUMPLIN (2018)
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SPINNING MAN (2018)
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DEAR DICTATOR (2018)
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“Lady Bird” nominated for 3 SAG Awards

admin     Dec 13th, 2017     Reply to Article

Hi! The 2018 Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations were announced on Wednesday morning and Lady Bird got 3 nominations: Best actress for Saoirse Ronan, Best supporting actress for Laurie Metcalf, and Best Ensemble! The ceremony will air on TNT and TBS on Jan. 21, hosted by Kristen Bell.




Cinedigm Acquires Rights To High School Comedy ‘Dear Dictator’

admin     Dec 12th, 2017     Reply to Article

DEADLINECinedigm has acquired the North American distribution rights to Lisa Addario and Joe Syracuse’s Dear Dictator. The high school comedy stars Lady Bird actress Odeya Rush, Oscar winner Michael Caine, and Katie Holmes. Cinedigm will release the picture theatrically and on Digital and TV VOD on March 16, 2018, with a DVD release to follow on April 24, 2018.

Also starring Seth Green and Jason Biggs, the film written and directed by the husband & wife writing-directing duo of Addario and Syracuse was featured on The Black List under the titled Coup D’etat. The two previously worked with Cinedigm on their 2016 autobiographical comedy Amateur Night which Ashley Tisdale and Biggs.

“With Dear Dictator, Lisa and Joe have delivered a smart, original and biting black comedy with a fantastic cast and laugh-out-loud moments,” said Yolanda Macias, Cinedigm’s Executive Vice-President of Acquisitions. “The picture skewers the traditional high school hierarchy and appeals to the inner-rebel in all of us.”

“After working with Cinedigm on Amateur Night, we know them to be collaborative and supportive partners,” said Syracuse and Addario. “Their team is enthusiastic and has a track record of success with indie movies, and we could not have found a better distribution home for Dear Dictator.”

Dear Dictator follows Tatiana (Rush), a misfit teen, who begins writing letters to a notorious British-Caribbean dictator, General Anton Vincent (Caine). When Vincent is overthrown in a coup, he flees to Tatiana’s home, which she shares with her single mom (Holmes). While hiding out in suburbia, Anton teaches the teen how to start her own high school revolution by taking down the popular kids and grabbing all the power for herself.

The film was produced by Coastal Film Studios, Aloe Entertainment, Fortitude International, and Defiant Pictures and individually by Jake Shapiro, Mary Aloe, Jorge Garcia Castro, Robert Ogden Barnum, Daniel Grodnik, and Lucas Jarach. Executive Producers are Wei Wang, Paul Brett, Wayne Chang, Michael Clofine, Luke Daniels, Nadine DeBarros, Paul English, Anders Erden, Kevin Scott Frakes, Sean Glover, Lila Janakievski, George Nedelkovski, Alan Pao, Buddy Patrick, Tim Smith, Peter Stewart, James Swarbrick, and Adrian Voo.

The deal was negotiated by Cinedigm’s Melody Fowler, Vice-President of Acquisitions, and United Talent Agency on behalf of the filmmakers.




Odeya Rush on the Red Carpet | NVFF17 Rising Star

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Odeya Rush for The Last Magazine

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THE LAST MAGAZINEThe twenty-year-old maven Odeya Rush is having a moment. Ten years after moving from Israel to the United States and starting her career with modeling work and acting classes, her latest role as Jenna in Greta Gerwig’s celebrated new film Lady Bird has put her on the map, and, with a number of upcoming movies, the young actress is one to watch.

“I’m a huge Greta fan,” says Rush. “Her writing is so smart. Each character has their own world.” In the Gerwig’s directorial début, this hyper-real world is centered around a girl named Lady Bird (Saoirse Ronan) and her last year at a Catholic high school in northern California, focusing on her relationships with her peers, her family, and especially her mother.

Starring as the archetypal mean girl, Rush plays a snooty and out-of-touch teenager, whose favor Lady Bird seeks to get close to bad-boy love interest Kyle (Timothée Chalamet). Jenna cuts class and hems her skirt too short, scoffing at teachers and driving a car much too nice for a seventeen-year-old. An unlikely friendship builds between the two girls as Lady Bird finds her way into Jenna’s clique. Her ambitions, unlike Lady Bird’s, start and end on the right side of the tracks in Sacramento. Eventually Lady Bird’s lies about her family and background come to the forefront when Jenna makes a surprise visit to her house, discovering her true background, and their friendship unravels.

Rush had been filming in Atlanta when she was called back to Los Angeles for an audition and then a table read for the film. “As soon as I read the lines, I knew how to say them,” she explains. “Every character feels like their own person, and I read it and I knew who Jenna was, how to play her, how to embody her. She’s dry and not over the top. Greta’s style is more natural.” On set, getting into Jenna’s character changed her own personality a bit. “I needed to be a little closed off to be Jenna’s narrow-minded self,” Rush explains. “Greta captured that in her writing, to be at that age and think you know everything already. Jenna’s very closed-minded.”

Having already acted in a number of movies—including a lead role opposite Meryl Streep, Jeff Bridges, and Alexander Skarsgård in The Giver—Rush stresses the importance of a positive relationship with the film’s director. “When it comes to acting roles, it all has to do with the director,” she says. “I’ve realized that over time.” Her experience with Geriwg on set was eye-opening and life-changing. “There is something really relaxing about a female director,” Rush explains. “I want to keep working with female directors and the directors that I admire the work of, learning from them. That changes everything, who’s leading you, being inspired by them, the energy they put on set. I find that when I’m comfortable and inspired, I’m able to take more risks.” In that vein, Rush just wrapped Dumplin’, a film directed by Ann Fletcher, of The Proposal and Step Up, starring alongside Danielle Macdonald and Jennifer Aniston.

The now-seasoned actress continues to enjoy being in front of the camera, but also has bigger desires to direct and write. It is fitting that her connection to roles through directors has led her to want to go behind the scenes, finding inspiration in the strong female directors that she’s worked with. Having already directed a few shorts, she plans to continue with more whenever her busy acting career allows.

While in Los Angeles, Rush tries to stay pretty low-key, having just moved into her own place. “Every morning I meditate. I drum or paint,” she says. “I think you have to, as an actor, find outlets for creativity that don’t come with pressure attached.” On off days, she is in many ways an average Angeleno, spending her time vintage shopping and writing in cafes. She says she finds inspiration in the city’s diversity, seeing how others express themselves and the open-mindedness they possess.
Although Los Angeles is Rush’s current base, she still feels deeply connected to her country of birth, Israel. Although she moved to the United States with her father at age nine—with her mother and four of her brothers joining them a few years later—a big portion of her family still resides in Haifa. “There’s something about being in Israel that always feels like home,” she says. “It’s a genuine place, people are so real there. They are community- and life-centered.” In fact, Israel serves as the inspiration for the short she is currently working on, about a bike ride through Tel Aviv. Showcasing the city’s many neighborhoods and offering up an alternative perspective of her country that’s different from what is constantly portrayed on the news, it promises to reveal almost as many facets as its multitalented director has.

Lady Bird is out now.