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Trailers for May 2020

THINK OF ME

Theatre: 
Already Secured
Film director: 
Bryan Wizemann
About the Director: 

Bryan Wizemann is an award winning writer and director of film. His short film work includes BUTTON SOUP (Johnson Museum, Cinema Village NY), THE MORNING SUN (Rooftop Films, IFC), the television pilot COOKLYN, and FILM MAKES US HAPPY, which documents the last fight he will ever have with his wife about making films (Hamptons, IFF Boston, Rooftop Films, DocPoint, Wholphin).

His film LOSING GROUND (Cinequest, CineVegas, Santa Fe) was called “fascinating filmmaking that gets to the core of humanity” by Film Threat and is available from Netflix. His film THINK OF ME, featuring Lauren Ambrose, Audrey Scott, Dylan Baker, and Penelope Ann Miller, premiered at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival where Rex Reed called it a “wrenching but admirably unsentimental film about the bravery of the human condition.” HUMOR ME, a romantic comedy written with Andrew Semans, was recently optioned out of the IFP Independent Film Week and is currently in development. Bryan lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.

TV: 
Already Secured
Producer: 
Mike S. Ryan
Original Film Format: 
HDV
Language: 
English
Format Ratio: 
16:9
About the Producer: 
Mike S. Ryan is an Independent Spirit "Producer of the Year Award" Nominee and one of Variety's 2007 "10 Producers to Watch." His films have garnered nominations and prizes from the Academy Awards, Independent Spirit Awards, Gotham Awards and many more. JUNEBUG, starring Amy Adams, made its international premiere at Cannes in 2005 and went on to be the lowest-budgeted feature film ever nominated for an Oscar (Best Supporting Actress, 2005.) His credits include Todd Solondz's PALINDROMES and LIFE DURING WARTIME; Kelly Reichardt's OLD JOY (winner, Rotterdam International Film Festival 2006) and her recent MEEK'S CUTOFF starring Michelle Williams; Ira Sach's 40 SHADES OF BLUE (winner, Sundance Film Festival 06); Hal Hartley's FAY GRIM, starring Parker Posey and Jeff Goldblum; LAKE CITY, starring Sissy Spacek (premiered at Tribeca Film Festival in 2008); Ilya Chaiken's LIBERTY KID (Winner of HBO's Latino Film Festival in 2007 and in competition at the Los Angeles Film Festival), LOSERS TAKE ALL (in competition at the upcoming Woodstock Film Festival) and THE COMEDY (Sundance 2012), He just wrapped BETWEEN US starring Julia Stiles and Taye Diggs. Mike is a New York City native and NYU Tisch School of the Arts graduate.
Screenplay: 
Bryan Wizemann
Video master available ?: 
No
Production country: 
United States
Editing: 
Michael Taylor
Video Type: 
HDCAM
Running time (In minutes): 
103
Video: 
Already Secured
Film photographer: 
Mark Schwartzbard
Already selected in a Festival?: 
Yes
Theme: 
American Films
Art-house films
Independent
Sound: 
Eric Ofin
Festival selections: 

Toronto International Film Fest 2011, Hampton Int'l Film Fest, 2011, Santa Barbara Int'l Film Fest 2012, Florida Int'l Film Fest 2012, Sarasota Int'l Film Fest 2012, International Film Fest Boston 2012

Publicity contact: 
Blythe Robertson
Music: 
Jeff Grace
Awards received: 
Nominated for Independent Spirit Award - Best Female Lead
Category/Format: 
Fiction Features
Independant
Film reviews: 
"Finally, trembling with vulnerability, the sensitive and versatile Lauren Ambrose is positively devastating in Think of Me, playing a jobless, poverty-stricken single mother struggling to survive in the phony swirl of Las Vegas. —She is heartbreaking without a shred of self-pity, and Think of Me is a sad, wrenching but admirably unsentimental film about the bravery of the human condition that truly deserves a bigger audience.” —Rex Reed, The New York Observer “Ambrose is on-screen for virtually every second, emanating a gorgeous, doomed charisma, and holds you in suspense the whole way...it's a worthwhile recession-era drama built around a terrific performance.” —Andrew O'Hehir, Salon.com “This intense, emotional film from director Bryan Wizemann captures the stress bearing down on many American families during these tough economic times in a way that few others have, or have even attempted to. —Ambrose's performance, in particular, is generating considerable buzz.” —Scott Feinberg, The Hollywood Reporter
Publicity contact email: 
Student film: 
No
Art Director: 
Brandon Tonner-Connolly
International: 
Open
Costume: 
Deborah Newhall
Trailer availble: 
yes
Poster: 
Production year: 
May, 2011
Cast 1: 
Lauren Ambrose
Cast 2: 
Penelope Ann Miller
Internet: 
Open
Cast 3: 
Dylan Baker
Cast 4: 
Audrey P. Scott
Sales/distribution name: 
Marina Cordoni
Address: 
Vice President, Movies Breakthrough Entertainment Inc. 122 Sherbourne Street Toronto Ontario M5A 2R4
Film synopsis: 
Las Vegas. Present day. A downward spiraling economy. Think of Me is the heartbreaking story of Angela Jerome (Lauren Ambrose, SIX FEET UNDER), a young single mother doing her level best not to fall apart. Her daughter Sunny (newcomer Audrey Scott) is one of the few joys in her life, but raising a child alone is a struggle on even the best of days. When the worst week of Angela's life builds to a breaking point, she is faced with an impossible choice: keep trying to make things work, or let it all go for the promise of something better. Co-starring Dylan Baker (HAPPINESS) as Max, a nihilistic reflection of Las Vegas itself, and his sister, Louise (Penelope Ann Miller, THE ARTIST), whose self-interested offer of 'help' becomes the hardest decision Angela will ever have to make.
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