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WE THE COYOTES (2018)

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TIFF : Blow the Man Down Cast and Crew Q&A

Sep 14, 2019       Filed In Blow the Man Down ,Press ,Public Events ,Videos       Comments: 0

In the small fishing village of Easter Cove, Maine, sisters Mary Beth and Priscilla have just lost their mother and come into nothing but new debts. When a fateful encounter in a local bar forces Mary Beth to kill a mysterious, dangerous stranger in self-defence, she turns to the more responsible Priscilla for help. The pair scheme to get rid of the body and work to keep their secret from the town’s prying eyes. But Easter Cove is anything but sleepy and it’s not long before the discovery of some clues has them on edge and under suspicion from a bonded trio of their mother’s best friends, as well as a shady, sly brothel owner (played by Margo Martindale).

Already adept in establishing mood and tone, first-time filmmakers Danielle Krudy and Bridget Savage Cole construct a dingy and ominous atmosphere, complete with sea shanty interludes from fisherman. With an impeccable eye for detail, the directors build a realistic seaside community that seems picturesque on the outside and feels well-worn on the inside. Each development in this noir element–laden story is unlocked like a piece of uncovered, buried treasure. Filled with layered performances from actors Sophie Lowe, Morgan Saylor, June Squibb, and, of course, the incomparable Martindale, Krudy and Savage Cole’s first feature is a witty mystery that keeps you guessing until the very end.


New York Time TV – Video

Apr 28, 2019       Filed In Blow the Man Down ,Videos       Comments: 0

Margo Martindale, Morgan Saylor and Sophie Lowe stop by New York Live to tell Sara Gore and Jacque Reid all about their film “Blow the Man Down,” which is featured at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival.


Blow the Man Down | Deadline Studio at Tribeca 2019

Apr 27, 2019       Filed In Blow the Man Down ,Videos       Comments: 0

‘Blow The Man Down’ Star Margo Martindale On The “Psycho” Roles She Loves & The Power Of Older Women — Tribeca Studio

With their first feature, Blow the Man Down, Bridget Savage Cole and Danielle Krudy sought to pay tribute to their mothers, and all the important women in their lives.

Awash with the salty grime of the Maine fishing village where it’s set, the film centers on the Connolly Sisters—Priscilla (Sophie Lowe) and Mary Beth (Morgan Saylor)—who are grieving the loss of their mother, and suddenly find that they have a crime to cover up.

In the process, the pair run into Enid Nora Devlin (Margo Martindale), a local crime boss, and a great character for the actress to sink her teeth into. “My draw was, I love murder,” Martindale deadpanned, sitting down at Deadline’s Tribeca Studio with Cole, Krudy, Saylor and Lowe. “It’s all I read, and when I got to be part of something that had a murder in it, it makes me very happy.”

For Cole, this character presented an opportunity to reflect an important truth, with regard to her own experience growing up. “The people with the biggest powers who could really scare us, a lot of them did not look like people you would normally see in a movie as powerful,” the director shared. “They’re in dainty, quaint kitchens and hair salons, so we wanted to sort of celebrate that.”

Like Martindale, Saylor and Lowe were strongly compelled by their characters, and the unique world in which they existed. Even more powerful, for Saylor, was the story of sisters at the film’s heart—sisters who are close, who have grown up together, and who may be growing apart. “It was something I read maybe three years ago now,” she said of the script, “and immediately fell in love with.”

And while Martindale certainly relished the opportunity to play a role “with some psycho in it,” this film brought much more to the table than that. Centered on a mostly female cast, the film was a testament to the power of women, including women of a certain age. “I’m really driven by powerful, older women, and I think that the more we see of that, the better the world is,” she said. “Women don’t get bad and crippled…Well, they might get crippled, but they don’t lose their power. They only get more powerful, and I think that’s important for young women to see, and for the world to see.”

Also starring Ebon Moss-Bachrach, Annette O’Toole, Gayle Rankin and June Squibb, Blow the Man Down premiered yesterday at the Tribeca Film Festival.

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We the Coyotes – Trailer

Nov 11, 2018       Filed In News ,Videos ,We the Coyotes       Comments: 0

The trailer for We the Coyotes (Nous les Coyotes) has been released and you can watch it below. The movie will hit theaters in France on December 12, 2018!


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