The accolades continue. Last week de Armas was nominated for an Oscar for Best Actress. Although there’s already been controversy over the nominees in that category, none of that has revolved around de Armas, whose nomination was expected and well deserved
“Downton Abbey”: The Servants Are in Revolt and the Aristocrats Are in a Tizzy About a Visit by the King and Queen
Judith Light co-stars with co-writers Jen Tullock and Hannah Pearl Utt in Offbeat Comic Drama ‘Before You Know It’
Judith Light made a fashionably late entrance to the New York premiere of “Before You Know It” Thursday evening at the Landmark Theater on 57th Street.
Valerio Mieli’s “Ricordi?” (Remember) is a meditation on a romance between an unnamed couple (Linda Caridi and Luca Marinelli) over a course of time in which events are seen through the prism of their respective memories.
Carolina Raspanti, a non-professional actress with Down syndrome, stars in “Dafne,” written and directed by Federico Bondi.
John Lithgow and Blythe Danner play septuagenarian oddballs who fall for each other in “The Tomorrow Man,” written and directed by Noble Jones. These small-town eccentrics live in an unnamed part of the American Midwestern-heartland, and possibly the site of a foreseeable doomsday scenario. But at heart “The Tomorrow Man” is a gentle love story, and the fun comes from watching actors at the top of their gameplay the wonkiest couple imaginable in hilariously awkward courtship scenes.