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Elizabeth Wood’s Sundance Drama ‘White Girl’ Acquired by FilmRise for U.S.

Apr 11, 2016       Filed in News ,White Girl       Comments: 0


Netflix previously picked up worldwide SVOD rights to the edgy drama, which stars Morgan Saylor (‘Homeland’s’ Dana Brody) as a hard-partying college girl who falls for a Puerto Rican drug dealer.

FilmRise has acquired U.S distribution rights to Elizabeth Wood’s Sundance drama White Girl, the director’s semi-autobiographical story about a hard-partying college girl who falls for a Puerto Rican drug dealer.

In February, Netflix picked up worldwide SVOD rights to the edgy drama in a deal pegged at seven figures. Featuring a breakout performance by Morgan Saylor (aka Dana Brody to fans of Homeland), the film centers on the student who is left with a cache of cocaine when her boyfriend (Brian “Sene” Marc) is arrested.

White Girl earned strong reviews following its world premiere Jan. 23. The film, which played in Sundance’s U.S. Dramatic Competition section, marks Wood’s feature directorial debut (she also wrote the screenplay). Justin Bartha, Chris Noth, India Menuez and Adrian Martinez co-star.

Gabriel Nussbaum produced White Girl, while Christine Vachon, Henry Joost, Ariel Schulman and David Hinojosa executive produced.

FilmRise will release White Girl in theaters in late summer/early fall 2016. It is unclear when Netflix will release the film on its streaming service.

“We could not be more thrilled to announce our acquisition of this explosive Sundance hit,” FilmRise CEO Danny Fisher said. “White Girl is a startling film that demands to be experienced in theaters.”

Added Wood: “FilmRise is brave and passionate about my film, and I couldn’t have a better partner to help me bring this wild story to American audiences.”

The deal was negotiated between Fisher and FilmRise’s Mac Einhorn. CAA repped the filmmakers.

(source Hollywood Reporter)


Being Charlie – Trailer

Apr 9, 2016       Filed in Being Charlie ,Videos       Comments: 0

(source PEOPLE.COM)

In Being Charlie, Charlie Mills (Jurassic World’s Nick Robinson) finds love in the wrong place – and PEOPLE has your exclusive first look at the trailer.

Directed by The Princess Bride’s Rob Reiner, Being Charlie follows Charlie, a privileged and reckless 18-year-old with an addiction problem who breaks out of a rehab center. His father (Cary Elwes), worried about how his son’s issues will affect his campaign for governor, gives him an ultimatum: “You can either head back to treatment or live on the streets.”

So, Charlie accepts the offer and enters a new program run by Travis (Common), where he meets and falls for the similarly troubled Eva (Homeland’s Morgan Saylor). However, relationships are prohibited at the facility.

“Getting sober is a selfish thing,” says Common in the trailer. “You gotta help yourself first.”

Being Charlie was written by Reiner’s son Nick and Matt Elisofon, both of whom have spoken out about their past struggles with substance abuse. The movie draws on Rob and his wife’s struggle to help their son overcome his addiction.

Being Charlie, also starring Susan Misner (The Americans) and Devon Bostick (The 100), opens May 6.


Paris Fashion Week – Photos

Mar 10, 2016       Filed in Photos ,Public Events       Comments: 0

Hi! Morgan was in Paris for the Miu Miu Fashion Show yesterday. I have added 10 photos to the gallery


Netflix picks up “White Girl”

Feb 18, 2016       Filed in News ,White Girl       Comments: 0

Netflix picked up worldwide SVOD rights to Elizabeth Wood’s edgy drama White Girl. Starring Morgan Saylor (aka Dana Brody to fans of Homeland) in a breakout performance, the film centers on a hard-partying college girl who falls for a Puerto Rican drug dealer (Brian “Sene” Marc). When he gets arrested, she is left with a cache of cocaine. A source pegged the deal at seven figures.

White Girl earned strong reviews following its world premiere Jan. 23. The film, which played in Sundance’s U.S. Dramatic Competition section, marks Wood’s feature directorial debut (she also wrote the screenplay). Justin Bartha, Chris Noth, India Menuez and Adrian Martinez co-star. Gabriel Nussbaum produced White Girl, while Christine Vachon, Henry Joost, Ariel Schulman and David Hinojosa executive produced. […]

(Source The Hollywood Reporter)


Sundance 2016 – “The Wrap” Interview

Feb 11, 2016       Filed in Screen Captures ,Videos ,White Girl       Comments: 0

Director Elizabeth Wood and stars Morgan Saylor, Justin Bartha and Brian ‘Sene’ Marc speak to TheWrap’s Jeff Sneider


Sundance: Variety Interview

Feb 7, 2016       Filed in Photos ,Screen Captures ,Videos ,White Girl       Comments: 0

“White Girl” director Elizabeth Wood, Morgan Saylor, Brian Marc and Justin Bartha stopped by the Variety Fandango Studio presented by Dockers to discuss their Sundance drama, which Bartha described as “current and irreverent.”

“It has something for everyone,” Wood said. “The kids love the sex and violence. The adults like the important messages of race and gender. I think when people feel like it’s so dark or sad, I’m confused because I think it’s really exciting, it’s really fun.”


Sundance: 19 Biggest Breakthrough Performances

Jan 31, 2016       Filed in News ,Press ,White Girl       Comments: 0

Sundance has always served as a springboard to launch the careers of under-the-radar actors — just ask Michael B. Jordan (“Fruitvale Station”), Carey Mulligan (“An Education”), Paul Dano (“Little Miss Sunshine”) and Ryan Gosling (“The Believer”) — and the 2016 edition of the festival was no exception. Variety’s critics Justin Chang, Guy Lodge and Geoff Berkshire and film reporters Ramin Setoodeh and Brent Lang weighed in on their favorite breakthrough performances at this year’s Sundance.

Morgan Saylor, “White Girl”
The 21-year-old Saylor got her start playing one of the more reviled characters on television (Dana Brody in “Homeland”), and there will be plenty who despise her latest creation, Leah, the recklessly rutting-and-snorting young hellion trying to get her dealer boyfriend out of jail in Elizabeth Wood’s scuzzy provocation “White Girl.” But liking Leah — let alone finding her empowering — could scarcely be more beside the point, and the strength of Saylor’s performance lies in its defiant refusal of the audience’s sympathy as she plunges headlong into a whirlwind of debasement. The character may be awfully stupid, but only an actress of blazing intelligence could keep us watching.

(Source Variety)