Q&A Attendees *subject to change: Tim Guinee, Terry Kinney
CW Rowe has it all. He owns the cotton gin, making him the wealthiest man in Harrison, Texas, and his ascendancy has solidified an unshakable belief in the system that enriched him. Few things ever interrupt the purity of his vision, with the exception of the weekly visit of a young man, Ned, who lost an arm in the gin’s machinery. Ned is a little touched and believes CW can give him his arm back. On a normal day, he goes away when CW offers him five dollars. But today is anything but a normal day.
BIO: Tim Guinee is making his directorial film debut. As an actor he worked on two plays by Horton Foote as well as the film version of Horton’s play Lily Dale (Produced by Hallie Foote). He has also appeared in over two hundred roles on the stage, in television and films. Some of the more recognized work include characters in Sweet Land,Iron Man,Iron Man 2,Personal Velocity,Synecdoche New York,Once Around,How To Make An American Quilt,Ladder 49, and Courage Under Fire. He can currently be seen in the recurring roles of Scott Ryan in Showtime’s Homeland, Andrew Wiley on The Good Wife, and as Collis Huntington on AMC’s Hell on Wheels. Guinee was a series regular in Season one of NBC’s Revolution produced by JJ Abrams. Recently, he was featured in the film Promised Land with Matt Damon directed by Gus Van Sant, and was in visionary French director Rachid Bouchareb’s two most recent films Just Like A Woman and Enemy Way. He can soon be seen in director Ramin Bahrani’s 99 Homes.
In addition to acting, Mr Guinee is a fireman, a beekeeper, and a tightrope walker.
Cast/Featuring: Charles Haid, Terry Kinney, John Magaro
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