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Written & Directed by Fran Kranz

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  • Best Picture
    Produced by
    Fran Kranz
    Dylan Matlock
    Casey Wilder Mott
    JP Ouellette
  • Best Director
    Fran Kranz
  • Best Original Screenplay
    Fran Kranz
  • Best Ensemble
    Reed Birney
    Ann Dowd
    Jason Isaacs
    Martha Plimpton
  • Best Supporting Actress
    Ann Dowd
    Martha Plimpton
  • Best Supporting Actor
    Reed Birney
    Jason Isaacs
  • Best Cinematography
    Ryan Jackson-Healy
  • Best Production Design
    Mia Lyon
    Lindsey Moran
  • Best Film Editing
    Yang-Hua Hu
  • Best Costume Design
    Michelle Minailo
  • Best Makeup and Hairstyling
    Daniele Baker
  • Best Sound
    Greg Picard (Production Sound Mixer)
  • Best Original Score
    Darren Morze
  • Best Picture
    Produced by
    Fran Kranz
    Dylan Matlock
    Casey Wilder Mott
    JP Ouellette
  • Best Director
    Fran Kranz
  • Best Original Screenplay
    Fran Kranz
  • Best Ensemble
    Reed Birney
    Ann Dowd
    Jason Isaacs
    Martha Plimpton
  • Best Supporting Actress
    Ann Dowd
    Martha Plimpton
  • Best Supporting Actor
    Reed Birney
    Jason Isaacs
  • Best Cinematography
    Ryan Jackson-Healy
  • Best Production Design
    Mia Lyon
    Lindsey Moran
  • Best Film Editing
    Yang-Hua Hu
  • Best Costume Design
    Michelle Minailo
  • Best Makeup and Hairstyling
    Daniele Baker
  • Best Sound
    Greg Picard (Production Sound Mixer)
  • Best Original Score
    Darren Morze
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  • Reed Birney

    Richard

    Reed Birney (Richard) has been working in film, television and theater for decades. Among his earliest credits are Albert Innaurato’s Broadway comedy Gemini in 1974 and Arthur Penn’s Four Friends in 1981. Most recently, Birney won a Tony Award for The Humans. He has received numerous other awards and nominations for plays including Casa Valentina, Man from Nebraska, Uncle Vanya, Blasted, and Circle Mirror Transformation. On television, he can currently be seen on the Apple series "Home Before Dark," and is also well known as Vice President Donald Blythe in the Netflix series “House of Cards.”

  • Ann Dowd

    Linda

    Has been gracing the stage and screen for more than 30 years, and was the recipient of the 2017 Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for her performance as “Aunt Lydia” on Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale, an adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s dystopian novel. For her work on the show, which will enter its fourth season next year, Dowd has also won a Critics’ Choice Award and was nominated for a Golden Globe award and multiple Screen Actors Guild awards. Dowd also received a 2017 Emmy nomination for her performance as Patti Levin on the beloved HBO series The Leftovers, a role she played for three seasons.

  • Jason Isaacs

    Jay

    Jason Isaacs (Jay) is an award-winning actor who has had numerous nominations including Golden Globes, BAFTA, International Emmy, Critics’ Circle, Satellite, SAG and Critics’ Choice Awards amongst others. Notable film credits include the Harry Potter film series, playing Lucius Malfoy; Armando Ianucci’s The Death of Stalin; A Cure for Wellness; Behind the Glass; Look Away; London Fields; The Patriot; Peter Pan; Blackhawk Down; Armageddon; Fury; The Tuxedo; Hotel Mumbai opposite Dev Patel and most recently Simon West's action-disaster Skyfire. On television, Jason has starred in Awake (NBC), Dig (USA) and Brotherhood (Showtime) with appearances in Rosemary’s Baby, The West Wing and Entourage. Jason can be seen in the hit Netflix show The OA and plays Captain Lorca in Star Trek: Discovery for CBS All Access. Jason’s voice work includes voicing Dracula in the animation Happy Family; The Inquisitor for the popular TV series Star Wars Rebels; Siddeley the spy-jet in Disney Pixar’s Cars 2; Superman in Superman: Red Son and many more. Jason voiced the renowned villain Dick Dastardly in Warner Bros’ animated feature Scoob.

  • Martha Plimpton

    Gail

    An accomplished and Award-winning actress, Martha Plimpton has achieved success across stage, screen and television. Plimpton will next be seen in the HBO Max series, Generation, one of The Hollywood Reporter’s most highly anticipated shows of 2021. 19-year-old Zelda Barnz co-created and co-wrote the half-hour dramedy with mentorship from Lena Dunham, who also serves as an executive producer. The series follows a group of high school students whose exploration of modern sexuality (devices and all) tests deeply entrenched beliefs about life, love and the nature of family in their conservative community.

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  • Reed Birney
  • Ann Dowd
  • Jason Isaacs
  • Martha Plimpton
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