Frank Harts: Entertainment Weekly calls him a “Worthy Delight”

BILLIONS (SHOWTIME) EPISODE 5.  THE GOOD LIFE (2-14-16

There’s a funny bit where Dale (Frank Harts), the newbie on the U.S. Attorney team gets admonished for using the term “dude” in a meeting. He’s fresh from a more bro-y law firm but quickly gets told that the vibe in this office is “serious but serious.” Later, Rhoades himself tells Dale, “Somewhere between ‘sir’ and ‘dude.’” Watching Dale adjust to his new office throughout the episode is a small but worthy delight. -EW

SPOILER ALERT: http://www.ew.com/recap/billions-season-1-episode-5/2

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Cara Seymour: A WOMAN, A PART

Review from Rotterdam by The Hollywood Reporter

Excerpt about Cara:

“Likely to score a respectable amount of further festival bookings plus brief runs in US art-houses, it’s chiefly notable for Cara Seymour’s nuanced supporting turn as Anna’s sometime best friend Kate.

The Englishwoman, with her slightly androgynous appeal and woundedly empathetic mien, forms a missing link in a thespian lineage includes higher-profile UK performers such as Charlotte Rampling, Tilda Swinton and Samantha Morton. Despite making considerable impact in Hotel Rwanda, Gangs of New York, Dancer in the Dark and Adaptation, among others, Seymour has somehow never quite attained the household-name status her talents deserve …”

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Julianne Nicholson in new photos from FROM NOWHERE

From Shockya

The most engaging and emotional movies are often those that incorporate meaningful societal issues into their captivating plot-lines and characters. That’s certainly the case with the new gritty, realistic and timely film, ‘From Nowhere,’ which was written and directed by Matthew Newton. The drama, which stars Julianne Nicholson and Denis O’Hare, is set to have its world premiere at this year’s SXSW Film Festival. As Shockya prepares to return to the Austin-based festival that’s held every year in March, we’re debuting three new photos featuring the SAG Award-nominated actress, as well as two of her younger, up-and-coming co-stars.

‘From Nowhere’ features an ensemble cast that’s led by Nicholson, who plays a committed teacher, and O’Hare, who portrays a corporate lawyer who’s out of his comfort zone as he works to secure the papers necessary for three undocumented teenagers to stay in the USA after high school graduation. Filmed on location in the Bronx, New York, the drama follows a Dominican girl, an African boy and a Peruvian girl as they are forced to grow up prematurely, and navigate significant immigration challenges to stay in the country where they have grown up and call home. As graduation nears, the three teenagers just want to be with their friends, fall in love and push back against authority.

No Place Like Film produced ‘From Nowhere’ with Newton and his co-scribe, Kate Ballen. The drama also stars J. Mallory McCree, Chinasa Oghuagu and Jim Norton.

“We’re all incredibly excited to host the world premiere of ‘From Nowhere’ at South By Southwest,” Newton said. “‘From Nowhere’ is inspired by the real experiences of my co-writer, Kate Ballen, who spent 10 years teaching undocumented teenagers at a Bronx high school, so it’s a great privilege to help give a voice to a group of young people whose circumstances mean they can’t speak up for themselves. We shot the film on location on the streets of the Bronx and inside a real high school, and there was a true sense of immediacy to the characters’ challenges – we would literally travel to the set each morning reading stories in the newspaper dealing with exactly the issues we were about to film that day.”

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Julianne Nicholson in new photos from FROM NOWHERE

From Shockya

The most engaging and emotional movies are often those that incorporate meaningful societal issues into their captivating plot-lines and characters. That’s certainly the case with the new gritty, realistic and timely film, ‘From Nowhere,’ which was written and directed by Matthew Newton. The drama, which stars Julianne Nicholson and Denis O’Hare, is set to have its world premiere at this year’s SXSW Film Festival. As Shockya prepares to return to the Austin-based festival that’s held every year in March, we’re debuting three new photos featuring the SAG Award-nominated actress, as well as two of her younger, up-and-coming co-stars.

‘From Nowhere’ features an ensemble cast that’s led by Nicholson, who plays a committed teacher, and O’Hare, who portrays a corporate lawyer who’s out of his comfort zone as he works to secure the papers necessary for three undocumented teenagers to stay in the USA after high school graduation. Filmed on location in the Bronx, New York, the drama follows a Dominican girl, an African boy and a Peruvian girl as they are forced to grow up prematurely, and navigate significant immigration challenges to stay in the country where they have grown up and call home. As graduation nears, the three teenagers just want to be with their friends, fall in love and push back against authority.

No Place Like Film produced ‘From Nowhere’ with Newton and his co-scribe, Kate Ballen. The drama also stars J. Mallory McCree, Chinasa Oghuagu and Jim Norton.

“We’re all incredibly excited to host the world premiere of ‘From Nowhere’ at South By Southwest,” Newton said. “‘From Nowhere’ is inspired by the real experiences of my co-writer, Kate Ballen, who spent 10 years teaching undocumented teenagers at a Bronx high school, so it’s a great privilege to help give a voice to a group of young people whose circumstances mean they can’t speak up for themselves. We shot the film on location on the streets of the Bronx and inside a real high school, and there was a true sense of immediacy to the characters’ challenges – we would literally travel to the set each morning reading stories in the newspaper dealing with exactly the issues we were about to film that day.”

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Seth Moore: GOOD MEN WANTED

GOOD MEN WANTED
by Kevin Armento

DIRECTED BY Jaki Bradley
CHOREOGRAPHED BY Ani Taj

FEATURING
Satomi Blair, Tim Craig, Asia Kate Dillon, Jennean Farmer, Miles G. Jackson, Emma Meltzer, Seth Moore & Katy Wright-Mead

NEW YORK DATES:

February 17th at 7:30pm
Dixon Place
tix at dixonplace.org

and

February 19th at 3pm
Art/NY, Bruce Mitchell Room
Tix are free and RSVP only