Then Came You Directed
Peter Hutchings USA / 2018 / 97 minutes World Premiere
Times and Venues:
Upstate Films I RHINEBECK
Q&A Attendees *subject to change: Peter Hutchings, Claude Dal Farra, Brian Keady
Calvin (Asa Butterfield) is a hypochondriac who's dropped out of college and is working as an airport baggage handler with his dad (David Koechner) and brother (Tyler Hoechlin). When his doctor sends him to a cancer support group to gain some real perspective, he meets Skye (Maisie Williams), a British teenager with a terminal illness. She enlists him to help her carry out her eccentric bucket list, and in return she helps him talk to his crush, a flight attendant named Izzy (Nina Dobrev). Ken Jeong, Sonya Walger, Peyton List, and Tituss Burgess also star.
BIO: Peter Hutchings is a New York-based filmmaker. Then Came You is his third feature. Previously, he directed the high school comedy The Outcasts, as well as Rhymes with Banana, which premiered at the Woodstock Film Festival in 2012.
As a screenwriter, Hutchings has adapted several novels, including Sophie Kinsella's bestseller Can You Keep a Secret. It is shooting this fall in the Hudson Valley, with Alexandra Daddario starring.
Peter also adapted Becca Fitzpatrick's megahit Hush, Hush, with production on the first film in the franchise set for this fall. In addition, he adapted Vanessa Diffenbaugh's, The Language of Flowers, which spent 70 weeks on The New York Times bestseller list. Tony-winner Michael Mayer will direct in 2019, with Kiersey Clemons starring.
Cast/Featuring: Maisie Williams, Asa Butterfield, Nina Dobrev, David Koechner, Tyler Hoechlin, Ken Jeong
Producer(s): Claude Dal Farra, Brice Dal Farra, Nicolas Chartier, Brian Keady, Alissa Phillips, Derrick Tseng
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