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Can you rewrite a life? Burnt out on her career, successful LA actress Anna Baskin (Maggie Siff) abruptly walks off her mind-numbing, sexist network show. She runs away to New York, hoping to reconnect with two old friends (Cara Seymour, John Ortiz), former theater collaborators she'd abandoned for Hollywood who now find themselves struggling to survive in the rapidly gentrifying city. As Anna's arrival tears open old wounds all three are forced to reckon with their past and uncertain futures.


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Speculative Pictures presents

A Woman,
      A Part

in association with Infinitum Productions and
Durga Entertainment 

 

 

Produced by Scott Macaulay, Shrihari Sathe
Executive Producers: Ahsan Zaman, Maggie Siff

Casting by Anne Davison
Cinematography by Chris Dapkins
Edited by Jenn Ruff
Costume Design by Sarah Maiorino
Production Design by Erin Beaupre
Music by Missy Mazzoli
Sound Design by Ryan Billia


A feature film written and directed by Elisabeth Subrin

With
Maggie Siff
Cara Seymour
John Ortiz
Khandi Alexander
Dagmara Dominczyk
Lucas Near-Verbrugghe

Sophie Von Haselberg
Eszter Balint

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elisabeth subrin (writer/director)

is an award-winning filmmaker and visual artist whose films have screened widely at film festivals internationally. Her work has been shown in solo presentations at Film Society of Lincoln Center, The Museum of Modern Art, The Jewish Museum, NY, The Vienna Viennale, The ICA/Philadelphia, and a critically acclaimed retrospective at Sue Scott Gallery, New York. She's received grants from The Rockefeller, Guggenheim, Annenberg and Creative Capital Foundations, and participated in The Sundance Institute Directors and Screenwriters Labs. She's an Associate Professor of Film and Media Art at Temple University.

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SCOTT MACAULAY (producer)

 has, with his partner Robin O'Hara, produced and executive produced many award-winning features with directors such as Harmony Korine, Kitty Green, Tom Noonan, Alice Wu, Jesse Peretz and James Ponsoldt.


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SHRIHARI SATHE (producer)

has also produced Eliza Hittman's IT FELT LIKE LOVE. He is a co-producer on Partho Sen-Gupta's ARUNODAY (Sunrise) and Afia Nathaniel's DUHKTAR (Daughter). Sathe's directorial debut 1000 RUPEE NOTE (Ek Hazarachi Note) has won over 30 awards and is available on Netflix worldwide.


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maggie siff(Anna)

is hailed for her work in television, on stage and in independent film. She stars opposite Paul Giamatti and Damian Lewis in the acclaimed Showtime series “Billions.” Well known for her seven seasons as Tara Knowles on the hit FX series “Sons of Anarchy,” she made her debut as department store heiress Rachel Menken on the award-winning AMC series, “Mad Men." Recent films include CONCUSSION, THE FIFTH WAVE, and THE SWEET LIFE.


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cara seymour(Kate)

has worked with some of the most respected and talented directors in the film world, including Martin Scorsese, Lars Von Trier, Mary Harron, and Spike Jones. Recent movies include the Sundance award winner AN EDUCATION, THE MUSIC NEVER STOPPED, and JACK AND DIANE. She currently co-stars in Steven Soderbergh’s Cinemax miniseries ”The Knick,” playing Sister Harriet.


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John Ortiz(Isaac)

is an award-winning actor who honed his craft on the theatrical stage of New York. He will be seen in multiple films in 2017, including REPLICAS, GOD PARTICLE, GOING IN STYLE and KONG: SKULL ISLAND. He appeared in STEVE JOBS starring Michael Fassbender and Kate Winslet and co-starred in the Academy Award-nominated film SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK, as well as HBO's "Togetherness."