Official Selection Bentonville Film Festival
Good Enough has been selected to play in competition at the 2016 Bentonville Film Festival along with a pretty impressive line up.
"The films selected for the narrative competition are the world premiere of“Albion: The Enchanted Stallion”; “American Fable”; “Comfort”; “Embers”; real estate drama “Fair Market Value”; “Five Nights in Maine,” starring David Oyelowo; “Good Enough,” starring AnnaRose King; “It Had to Be You”; Civil War drama “Josephine”; “Kid Witness,” starring Susan Sarandon and “Lost & Found,” starring Justin Kelly." - Variety
For a full list of the 18 narrative films in competition check out the Entertainment Weekly Article here.
Directed by Meera Menon, “Equity” debuted at Sundance in January. Worldwide rights sold to Sony Classics shortly before its premiere.
The festival’s closing film on May 7 will be “Maggie’s Plan,” directed by Rebecca Miller and starring Greta Gerwig, Julianne Moore and Ethan Hawke. Sony Classics bought domestic rights following its premiere in September at the Toronto Film Festival.
Launched last year by Academy Award-winning actress Geena Davis, the five-day run champions diverse voices in media with a keen focus on women and minorities. This year’s slate features 34 films, including 12 world premieres, which will screen in Bentonville, Arkansas from May 3-8.
"Ensemble is always important to me as a director, so being an actor in the film influenced the casting of the film in that I basically cast people who make me laugh and are good people. As a film that stems from the personal - good, funny, and talented people were essential to get us through the inevitable challenges of making a film." - AnnaRose King
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Winner of Indie Spirit Best Actress!
We took home the Indie Spirit Best Actress award at the Boston International Film Festival. Thank you so much BIFF for this honor and for such a great World Premiere!
For Immediate Release: World Premiere at Boston International Film Festival
BOSTON, April 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Writer/Director and Actress AnnaRose King, originally from Beverly Farms comes back home to Massachusetts to premiere her first-feature film “GOOD ENOUGH” at the Boston International Film Festival.
“Good Enough” is a coming of age, comedic drama that asks the question, does your past dictate your future? When Lorna Flynn, a New York City based flight attendant, discovers her estranged father passes she wants to know more, but is frustrated at what little there is to find. When she learns that her Dad had a brother she never knew about, she sets off on a journey to find this long, lost uncle believing he may hold the key to understanding more about her father and, thus, herself.
The film stars AnnaRose King along with talented improviser Ted Tremper (“Shrink”; “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah”), James Caan (“The Godfather”, “Elf”), Delaney Williams (“The Wire”; “Law & Order”), Ilana Becker (“Girl Code”; “Odd Mom Out”), Todd Bartels (“Damsels in Distress”), Becky Yamamoto (“Broad City”), Max Loeb (Yahoo’s “We Need Help”), Sofiya Akilova (“Listen Up Philip”; “Madam Secretary”); Jennifer Dorr White (“The Onion News Network”), and Peter Moore (lead singer in Count Zero, Boston based rock band who created “Undertow” the film’s original song along with Sarah Rabdau who are both from Malden, MA). Additionally, the original music was created by Josh Moshier of Cambridge, MA.
AnnaRose King graduated NYU’s prestigious graduate film program at Tisch School of the Arts. She was also recently featured in IndieWire’s Springboard for women to watch in comedy for her web series “American Viral” starring Michael Showalter (“Wet Hot American Summer”) and with guest appearances from Janeane Garofalo and David Wain. “Good Enough” is her first feature film. Her next film in development is the highly anticipated “Treasure Island!!!” adapted from the novel of the same name for James Franco’s company Rabbit Bandini.
World Premiere Screening on Sunday, April 17th at 3pm – Paramount Center Bright Family Screening Room 559 Washington Street Boston, MA 02111.
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ABOUT ANNAROSE KING: She is a New York-based filmmaker and actor, currently living in Hong Kong. She co-created, wrote, and directed the web series “American Viral” starring Michael Showalter for Thundershorts (Snag Films’ ad-supported comedy destination). She’s directed several series for NYLON MAGAZINE with LaTiDa Productions, a female film collective she co-founded. Her short films have screened at festivals nationally and internationally including her documentary “Tigger!” which screened as Coup d’Coeur in the Short Film Corner at Cannes. “Good Enough,” is her first feature film. She holds a BA in Diplomacy and World Affairs from Occidental College and completed a Masters of Fine Arts degree from NYU’s graduate filmmaking program in 2014.
For more information on AnnaRose King and or Good Enough please visit: www.goodenoughthefilm.com. To watch the trailer click here.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
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