Frank Hall Green USA / 2014 / 104 minutes
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Q&A Attendees *subject to change: Frank Hall Green, Bruce Greenwood, Julie Christeas, Joe Stephans
SYNOPSIS: WildLike is an overwhelmingly beautiful and heartwarming tale of two strangers who cross paths in the wilderness of the Alaskan frontier, Mackenzie, portrayed by the show-stopping young actress Ella Purnell, is sent to live in Alaska with her uncle. Brian Geraghty is unnervingly brilliant in this malevolent role. When their relationship turns, Mackenzie decides to run. Utterly on her own, she struggles to navigate her way back to her mother in Seattle, and begins to follow a solitary backpacker, played magnificently by Bruce Greenwood. The unlikely pair traverses the last frontier, and together they both begin to heal from the wounds of their past.
While the breathtaking Alaskan scenery is a sight to behold on screen, the real beauty in this film comes from the actors’ extraordinary performances. The characters are undeniable in their complete captivation of the audience. Through Frank Hall Green’s direction, the story is brought to life with both authenticity and wonder. WildLike takes viewers on an adventure of body and soul in an emotionally captivating and provocative film experience. (Cristin Carlin)
BIO: Frank Hall Green is a producer, writer and director. He’s currently producing the adaptation of Boy21 by Matthew Quick (Silver Linings Playbook) to be directed by Lasse Hallstrom, and Remittance, written/directed by Joel Fendelman and Patrick Daly. Recently, he produced Ghetto Klown, Allegiance and 1-900-Tonight. Frank has an MBA from NYU’s film school. Before NYU, Frank worked in venture capital. He’s an alumnus of NYU’s Gallatin School, an avid backpacker and member of MENSA.
Cast/Featuring: Ella Purnell, Bruce Greenwood, Brian Geraghty, Nolan Gerard Funk, Ann Dowd, Diane Farr
Executive Producer(s): Christine Vachon
Producer(s): Julie Christeas, Schuyler Weiss, Joseph Stephans
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