AWFJ highlights films made by and about women:
Friday, December 11
- According to Greta – Greta Productions, limited – Nancy Bardwell directs Hillary Duff, Ellen Burstyn and Melissa Leo in this drama about a rebelious teenager sent to her grandparents’ home for the summer.
- A Single Man – – The Weinstein Company, limited
- Invictus – Warner Bros., 134 mins.
- The Lovely Bones – Paramount Pictures, 135 mins., limited expands Dec. 25 and goes wide Jan. 15) – With screenplay by Fran Walsh and Philippa Boyens, and based on Alice Sebold’s best-selling novel, the film is about a murdered girl who watches her family’s response to her death from heaven. Starring Rachel Weisz, Saoirse Ronan and Susan Sarandon.
- My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done? – Unified Pictures, 93 mins., limited NY
- Rocket Singh: Salesman of the Year – Yash Raj Films, 150 mins., limited
- The Slammin’ Salmon – Anchor Bay Films, limited
- Tenderness – Lionsgate, 101 mins, limited
- The Vicious Kind – 72nd Street Productions, limited
- Yesterday Was a Lie – E1Entertainment, 89 mins., limited LA – The plot of James Kerwin’s drama revolves around Hoyle, a young woman detective on the trail of a reclusive genius, and finds herself facing mysterious psychological challenges. Produced by actress Chase Masterson who won “Best Feature Film Producer” at the 2009 LA Femme Film Festival.