The Heat

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The Heat (2013)

Opened: 06/28/2013 Wide

Wide06/28/2013
AMC Deer Valley06/28/2013 - 09/26/201391 days
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DVD10/15/2013

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Genre: Comedy

Rated: R for pervasive language, strong crude content and some violence.

Synopsis

FBI Special Agent Sarah Ashburn (Sandra Bullock) -- the Fed -- and Boston cop Shannon Mullins (Melissa McCarthy) -- the Fuzz -- couldn't be more incompatible. But when they join forces to bring down a ruthless drug lord, they become the last thing anyone expected: buddies.

From DGA Award winner and Emmy® nominee Paul Feig, the director of Bridesmaids (worldwide theatrical gross: almost $300 million), THE HEAT takes a look at the odd couple pairing of two law enforcement officials who, to their everlasting shock, slowly find themselves on the same page. Starring Oscar®-winner Sandra Bullock, whose films have grossed $2.9 billion worldwide, and Academy Award® nominee Melissa McCarthy, who has had two consecutive smash hit comedies -- Bridesmaids and Identity Thief -- in as many years, THE HEAT has bawdy laughs and real emotional stakes.

About the Cast

Sandra Bullock (Sarah Ashburn) is one of Hollywood's most sought after leading ladies. In 2010, Bullock won an Academy Award for Best Actress for her role in The Blind Side, where she portrays the matriarch of a conservative suburban household- based on the true story of Michael Oher. The Blind Side was released in 2009 and earned $309 million worldwide at the box office. Bullock also won a Critics' Choice Award, a Golden Globe®, and a Screen Actors Guild Award® for her portrayal of Leigh Anne Tuohy. In the same year, Sandra starred in Disney's enormously successful The Proposal which earned over $317 million worldwide, and garnered her a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress in a Comedy.

This fall she will be seen in the highly anticipated sci-fi thriller Gravity opposite George Clooney directed by Alfonso Cuaron.

Following acclaimed roles in several motion pictures, Sandra Bullock's breakthrough came in the 1994 runaway hit, Speed. Her next two features, While You Were Sleeping, which earned her first Golden Globe nomination, and The Net, were both critical and popular successes. Other credits include starring roles in A Time to Kill, In Love and War, Two if by Sea, The Vanishing, Demolition Man, Wrestling Ernest Hemingway, The Thing Called Love, Divine Secrets of The Ya Ya Sisterhood, and the psychological thriller Murder By Numbers, which she also executive produced. She received critical acclaim for her role as Harper Lee in Infamous, a film that chronicles Truman Capote's life from 1959 through 1965.

Her other recent films include Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, the psychological thriller Premonition, The Lake House, also starring Keanu Reeves, Crash, an independent film directed by Paul Haggis, as well as Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous.

Bullock has received numerous awards and nominations for her work, including two Blockbuster® Entertainment Awards, five MTV Movie Awards™, an American Comedy Award, eight Teen Choice Awards, five People's Choice Awards for Favorite Female Movie Star, a Screen Actor's Guild Award and three Golden Globe nominations. Additionally, in 1996 and in 2001, Bullock was voted NATO/ShoWest Female Star of the Year.

Bullock has donated millions of dollars to support the work of the American Red Cross, including donations in response to the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunamis, and relief efforts following the recent earthquakes in Haiti and Japan. In addition, she continually supports New Orleans' Warren Easton Charter School, the oldest public high school in the state of Louisiana, which was damaged by Hurricane Katrina in 2005.

Melissa McCarthy (Shannon Mullins) first made her mark on the comedy stage performing stand-up in New York. She received dramatic training from The Actors Studio before spending nine years as a main-stage member of The Groundlings in Los Angeles.

McCarthy's standout role as Megan in the smash hit comedy Bridesmaids garnered her Oscar, BAFTA, Critics Choice and SAG Award™ nominations, and she received the 2012 MTV Movie Award for Comedic Performance of the Year.

McCarthy most recently starred in the box office hit Identity Thief alongside Jason Bateman.

McCarthy currently stars on the CBS top-rated comedy Mike & Molly, for which she earned an Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy. Her additional feature film work includes: This is 40, The Back-Up Plan, Life As We Know It and Pretty Ugly People. On television, she previously starred in Gilmore Girls and Samantha Who?

McCarthy has a lead role in and serves as producer of the film Tammy, which she co-wrote with her actor-writer husband Ben Falcone, who will direct. Also starring in Tammy are Susan Sarandon, Dan Aykroyd, Allison Janney, Kathy Bates and Mark Duplass. McCarthy also has a starring role in St. Vincent De Van Nuys, alongside Bill Murray and Naomi Watts.

Demian Bichir (Hale) is one of the most well-known and well respected actors in his home of Mexico and all of Latin America. He recently received an Academy Award, SAG Award and Independent Spirit Award nomination for his searing portrayal of an undocumented gardener trying to connect with his estranged teenage son in Chris Weitz's feature A Better Life.

He was recently seen starring in Oliver Stone's Savages and Ian Power's The Runway. He recently completed shooting the film Machete Kills for Robert Rodriguez. He just signed on to star in the FX pilot The Bridge with Diane Kruger.

Prior to A Better Life, Bichir became known to United States television audiences for his portrayal of Esteban Reyes opposite Mary Louise Parker in the hit Showtime series Weeds. He also portrayed a young Fidel Castro in Steven Soderbergh's Che opposite Benicio Del Toro. He is currently in production on the film Don Hemmingway with Jude Law in Europe.

In Mexico, Bichir is an Ariel award winner for Best Actor given by the Mexican Academy of Cinematography and has received numerous other nominations and prestigious honors including a Medal of Honor for Merit in the Fine Arts given by the Legislative Assembly of Mexico City.

Bichir comes from a strong theater background and a well-respected theatrical family. He is the son of famed theater director Alejandro Bichir and acclaimed actress Maricruz Najera. His brothers Odiseo and Bruno are two of the most talented actors of their generation. Throughout his career, Bichir has amassed an impressive resume of theater credits in Mexico and in the U.S. impressed audiences in 2008 starring in the play By the Waters of Babylon, which opened at the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles.

Bichir's films have been seen by millions of people throughout all of Latin America. His credits include such films as: Rojo Amanecer (winner of the Grand Jury Prize in the San Sebastian Film Festival), Alex de la Iglesia's Perdita Durango with Javier Bardem, Hasta Morir (winner Best Actor Ariel, The Mexican Academy of Cinematography), Sin Noticias de Dios with Victoria Abril and Penelope Cruz, Sex, Shame and Tears (Ariel Best Actor nominee), American Visa (Best Foreign Film nominee at the Goyas in Spain), Fuera del Cielo, Enemigos Intimos and Hidalgo, The Untold Story (Ariel Award nominee and winner of the Best Actor award at the Huelva Film Festival in Spain.). Early on in his career, he starred opposite Salma Hayek in the Showtime film, In The Time of The Butterflies. In his native Mexico he's starred in plays such as Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream and Richard The III, Strindberg's The Ghost Sonata, Peter Shaffer's Equus, O'Neill's Ah! Wilderness, Neil Simon's Broadway Bound and The Odd Couple, Halliwell's Little Malcolm and his Struggle Against the Eunuchs and Sabina Berman's Extras. He recently completed the starring role in the Mexican theater adaptation of the film Swimming. with Sharks, in Mexico City which was directed by his brother Bruno Bichir.

Bichir resides in Los Angeles and Mexico City.

Marlon Wayans (Levy) was born and raised in New York and is the youngest of ten Wayans siblings.

After graduating from the famed High School of Performing Arts in New York, Marlon studied at Howard University's Film School. From there, Marlon made his acting debut in 1989 in his brother Keenan Ivory Wayans' feature film I'm Gonna Get You Sucka. Immediately following his feature film debut Marlon headed out west to join the cast of the Emmy Award winning comedy series, In Living Color. In 1990, young Marlon created and starred in The Wayans Bros. sitcom, which headed up the WB network lineup for five years.

He starred in the feature films Mo' Money and Above the Rim, and then wrote, executive produced, and starred in the hit comedy Don't be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood. Marlon often works with his brother Shawn and has starred on the big screen in the Wayans Bros. comedy, White Chicks that he co-wrote and co-executive produced the film with older brother Keenen Ivory directing. The film parodies the coming-of --age-in-the-'hood genre, Marlon starred in The Sixth Man (Disney/Touchstone) and Senseless with David Spade and Matthew Lillard. He also starred in the film adaptation of the hugely successful board game, Dungeons & Dragons for Newline Cinema. Marlon was also seen playing the coveted role of Gawain McSam in the Coen Brothers feature The LadyKillers opposite two-time Academy Award Winner Tom Hanks for Buena Vista & Touchstone Pictures.

Marlon co-wrote, co-executive produced and starred in the box office smashes Scary Movie (Miramax) & its sequel Scary Movie 2 along with his brother Shawn and directed by Keenen Ivory Wayans. Marlon were next seen on the big screen in Dance Flick the new comedy co-written with brother Keenen Ivory. Additionally, Marlon gave a compelling dramatic performance as drug addict Tyrone C. Love in the critically acclaimed Requiem for a Dream directed by Darren Aronofsky for Artisan Entertainment. Marlon, along with his brothers and sisters, created Thugaboo and the subsequent Boo Crew animated specials for Nickelodeon. Then in 2009, Marlon starred in the blockbuster G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra where he played Ripcord, the G.I. Joe team HALO's jumper.

In January 2013, Marlon wrote, produced and starred in the comedy hit, A Haunted House an outrageous send up of the Paranormal Activity movie which also stars Cedric The Entertainer and Essence Atkins. Additionally, Marlon executive produced a comedy series, Second Generation Wayans starring his nephews, Damon Jr. Wayans and Craig which debut on BET Networks in January 2013.

When Marlon is not on the road performing standup, Marlon can be found hard at work in the "lab" where he is busy concocting his next project.

Michael Rapaport (Jason Mullins), a native New Yorker, got his break at the 1993 Sundance Film Festival in the award winning film Zebrahead. Since then, Rapaport has appeared in over 40 notable films including True Romance, Higher Learning, Beautiful Girls, Copland and Woody Allen's Mighty Aphrodite and Small Time Crooks.

In 2006, Rapaport earned critical acclaim for his performance in the film Special, which premiered at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival. Rapaport has also had many standout appearances on hit television shows such as "Friends," "Boston Public" and "My Name is Earl." A lifetime hip hop fan Rapaport is proud to make his directorial debut with Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest.

About the Filmmakers

Paul Feig (Director, Executive Producer) Paul Feig is a multi-talented creator, working successfully as a filmmaker, writer, director, and author. Feig's most recent film, and his fourth feature as director and producer, was the hit comedy Bridesmaids. The Universal film starring Kristen Wiig, Rose Byrne, Maya Rudolph, and Jon Hamm, opened in May 2011 to rave reviews and has grossed over $283m worldwide. It also garnered Academy Award nominations for Best Supporting Actress and Best Original Screenplay.

Feig is a three-time EMMY nominated writer/director and DGA Award winner, best known for creating the beloved and critically acclaimed series "Freaks and Geeks" and serving as director and co-executive producer of "The Office." He was named one of Esquire's Best Dressed Men of 2012 and as The Best Dressed Man in Hollywood in Esquire's Winter 2012 Black Book edition.

"Freaks and Geeks," launched the careers of Seth Rogen, James Franco, and Jason Segel and Time proclaimed it one of the 100 Greatest Shows of All Time. For his work on the show, Feig was nominated for two comedy writing Emmy Awards, one for the pilot episode and one for the series finale, which he also directed.

Feig went on to write and direct the film I Am David, based on the Danish book of the same name by Anne Holm, and is the uplifting story about an 11-year-old boy who escapes from a Bulgarian labor camp. Feig's third feature was the 2006 Warner Bros. family-comedy Unaccompanied Minors, which was based on an episode of Ira Glass' "This American Life."

Feig has directed multiple episodes of the television series "Arrested Development," "The Office," "Nurse Jackie," "Bored to Death," "Weeds," "30 Rock," and "Mad Men." He has served as a co-executive producer on both "The Office" and "Nurse Jackie." In 2008, his work on "The Office" earned him an EMMY nomination for Outstanding Direction in a Comedy Series for the hour long episode "Goodbye, Toby" and in January of 2009, he won the DGA award for Direction in a Comedy Series for the episode "Dinner Party." Feig recently directed the hour long episode "Goodbye, Michael," Steve Carell's last episode.

Feig's early stand-up career soon led to a successful career as a character actor, appearing as a series regular on the television series "Dirty Dancing," "Good Sports," "The Jackie Thomas Show," "The Louie Show," and "Sabrina the Teenage Witch." He also appeared in such films as Paul Maslansky's Ski Patrol, Disney's Heavyweights, and Tom Hanks' That Thing You Do. After leaving the series "Sabrina the Teenage Witch," Feig wrote, produced and directed his first independent feature film, Life Sold Separately.

In addition to his film and television work, Feig is the author of two comedic memoirs released by Random House, Kick Me -- Adventures in Adolescence and Superstud, Or How I Became a 24 Year Old Virgin, the latter becoming a New York Times and Los Angeles Times best seller. He is also the author of two young-adult science fiction novels, Ignatius MacFarland: Frequenaut! and Ignatius MacFarland: Frequency Freak Out!, both published by Little Brown Books for Young Readers. Feig's short story, "My Parents Give My Bedroom to a Biker," is in the young adult humor collection Guys Read: Funny Business from Walden Pond Press.

A graduate of the University of Southern California Film School, Feig was a winner of the school's Jack Oakie Award for Comedy in Film. After USC, Feig worked as a script reader for Taxi Driver producer Michael Phillips until he went on "The $25,000 Pyramid" and won $29,000. "I always was an over-achiever," he jokes.

Katie Dippold (Writer) was a Co-Producer on "Parks and Recreation," on which she wrote for three seasons. Katie started out as a writer/performer at UCB in New York City. She was on the staff of "MADTV" for three seasons. THE HEAT is Katie's first produced script. She is currently writing another feature comedy for Chernin Entertainment.

Peter Chernin (Producer) is the Chairman and CEO of The Chernin Group (TCG), which he founded in 2009. TCG manages, operates and invests in businesses in the media, entertainment, and technology sectors. Specifically, the company focuses on three areas: developing premium content for film and television, making investments in technology and media companies in the U.S., and capitalizing on strategic business opportunities in emerging markets, especially Asia. in April 2012, Chernin sold a minority stake of TCG to strategic investment partners Providence Equity Partners, a leading private equity firm, and other private investors.

TCG's current assets include Chernin Entertainment, an entertainment production company; a majority stake in CA Media, an Asia-based media investment company; and several strategic investments in U.S. based technology and media companies including Pandora, Fullscreen, Tumblr, and Fliphoard. TCG's entertainment production company, Chernin Entertainment produces television programs and feature films. Its current television slate includes Fox's "The New Girl," "Ben and Kate," and "Touch."

The company's first feature film Rise of the Planet of the Apes, was released in August 2011 and has grossed more than $480 million at the worldwide box office. A new film Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is currently in production, starring Jason Clarke, Gary Oldman, Keri Russell, and Andy Serkis, directed by Matt Reeves.

Chernin Entertainment produced the recent sci-fi thriller from Joseph Kosinski, Oblivion, starring Tom Cruise, and Parental Guidance, a comedy starring Billy Crystal and Bette Midler, will be released in December 2012.

Prior to starting TCG, Mr. Chernin served as President and Chief Operating Officer of News Corporation from 1996-2009. As President and COO of one of the world's largest media companies, he oversaw diversified global operations spanning five continents, including the production and distribution of film and television programming; television, satellite and cable broadcasting and News Corp.'s aggressive expansion into the digital media and Internet space.

During his two decades with News Corporation, Mr. Chernin gained a reputation as an executive with a unique mastery of both the creative and corporate sides of the entertainment business.

He headed both Twentieth Century Fox Filmed Entertainment and, earlier, the Fox Broadcasting Company. He has also had oversight of Fox's tremendous growth in sports, cable and general entertainment television programming and distribution in the U.S. and internationally.

Under Mr. Chernin's leadership, Twentieth Century Fox Film produced the two top grossing movies of all time, Titanic and Avatar; the Fox Broadcasting Company became the No. 1 -ranked network among the key demographic of 18-49-ycar-olds; and Twentieth Century Fox Television, the network production arm of Fox, became the No. 1 supplier of programming to all television networks.

Also under Mr. Chernin, News Corporation's cable network group experienced explosive growth--going from zero to more than 400 million cable subscribers in less than 10 years. Today, Fox boasts oneof the most powerful collections of cable assets in the worid: Fox News Channel, FX, Fox Sports Net, Fox Movie Channel, National Geographic Television, SPEED and the Fox Reality Channel.

Prior to his 1996 appointment, Mr. Chernin served for four years as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Fox Filmed Entertainment where he oversaw all aspects of the studio 's worldwide feature film production, marketing and distribution activities. From 1989 to 1992, Mr. Chernin was President of Entertainment for the Fox Broadcasting Company, growing programming from two to seven nights a week.

Mr. Chernin joined Fox from Lorimar Film Entertainment, where he served as President and Chief Operating Officer. Earlier, he served as Executive Vice President, Programming and Marketing for Showtime/The Movie Channel Inc. Prior to this, Mr. Chernin was Vice President of Development and Production at the David Gerber Company. He began his career in publishing, first as Associate Publicity Director of St. Martin's Press and later as an editor for Warner Books.

Mr. Chernin sits on the Boards of American Express. Pandora and Friends of the Global Fight Against AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. He is also Chairman and Co-Founder of Malaria No More, a non-profit dedicated to ending deaths due to malaria.

Jenno Topping (Producer) produced Country Strong (starring Gwyneth Paltrow and Tim McGraw) was released by Sony Screen Gems in December of 2010. She produced Country Strong along with Tobey Maguire as part of their first look deal at Sony from 2008-2010.

Topping's other credits include Catch and Release, written and directed by Susannah Grant (starring Jennifer Garner), Guess Who (starring Bernie Mac and Ashton Kutcher), the Charlie's Angels movies, 28 Days (starring Sandra Bullock), Dr. Dolittle (starring Eddie Murphy), the teen comedy Can't Hardly Wait and The Brady Bunch Movie, directed by Betty Thomas, with whom she was partnered from 1998 to 2004.

As an executive for HBO Films, Topping supervised the Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning films, The Late Shift (Kathy Bates) and Rasputin (Ian McKellan and Alan Rickman) in 1995.

She is a partner in First Tuesday Media, an organization that produces innovative media for progressive issues and candidates.

Michele Imperato Stabile (Executive Producer) served as producer on Hop, from Universal Pictures and Illumination Entertainment, as was an executive producer on Summit Entertainment's Twilight.

Michele moved from New York to Los Angeles in 1988, starting her career as production assistant. She became a DG member in 1991 and has worked as a producer, executive producer, co-producer, associate producer and unit production manager. Michele has worked with many notable filmmakers, including Mike Nichols, Elaine May, Ridley Scott, Brian De Palma and Harold Ramis.

Her extensive credits include Birdcage, Primary Colors, Wolf, Postcards from the Edge, Honeymoon in Vegas, GI Jane, Alvin and the Chipmunks and Garfield.

Michele and her husband Billy live on a farm in Hidden Valley with the six horses and six dogs. She is an avid equestrian rider and one day hopes to open a sanctuary for homeless animals.

Dylan Clark (Executive Producer) started The Dylan Clark Company in 2013 after successfully launching the film division of Chernin Entertainment with Peter Chernin in 2009. Their first two films, Rise of the Planet of the Apes and Parental Guidance were box office hits. Oblivion, starring Tom Cruise was released in April 2013. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is now before the cameras.

Clark spent 10 years working at Universal Pictures prior to Chernin Entertainment. He is married and has three boys.

Robert Yeoman, ASC (Director of Photography) joins director Paul Feig for a second time after collorborating on the smash hit Bridesmaids, starring Kristen Wiig

Yoeman has sixth feature collaborations with Wes Anderson including the upcoming Moonrise Kingdom, following Bottle Rocket, Rushmore, The Royal Tenenbaums, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, and The Darjeeling Limited. The duo also worked together on the short film Hotel Chevalier, starring Natalie Portman and Jason Schwartzman.

Yeoman was born in Pennsylvania and grew up in the Chicago suburb of Wilmette. He received a BA from Duke University and an MFA in film production from the University of Southern California.

After working in commercials at the beginning of his career, he transitioned to feature films when he shot the second unit on William Friedkin's To Live and Die in L.A. This led to his being the cinematographer on many independent features, including Gus Van Sant's Drugstore Cowboy, for which Mr. Yeoman was honored with an Independent Spirit Award; Mr. Friedkin's Rampage; Daniel Sullivan's The Substance of Fire; David Veloz's Permanent Midnight; Kevin Smith's Dogma; Roman Coppola's C.Q; and Noah Baumbach's award-winning The Squid and the Whale.

His major studio features include Nicholas Stoller's Get Him to the Greek; Drew Barrymore's feature directorial debut, Whip It; Peyton Reed's Yes Man; and Wes Craven's Red Eye.

Jefferson Sage (Production Designer) previously collaborated with THE HEAT director Paul Feig on Bridesmaids, and on the cult TV series Freaks and Geeks. Sage's work was most recently seen in 2012's comedy film This Is 40, starring Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann, for director Judd Apatow. Sage's credits also include Apatow's Funny People and Knocked Up. Other projects include the comedy Bad Teacher for director Jake Kasdan, and Paul, for director Greg Mottola. In addition, Sage designed Year One, directed by Harold Ramis.

Sage's work in television includes numerous pilots and specials, as well as the series The Bernie Mac Show and Undeclared.

Sage has a degree in Theatre Arts from the College of William & Mary and continued his studies at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, earning an MFA degree in set and lighting design for the stage. He started his career as a designer in stage, opera, ballet, and industrials, before moving into television and feature film work.

Brent White, A.C.E. (Editor) previously worked with writer/director/producer Judd Apatow on the films This is 40, Funny People, Knocked Up and The 40-Year-Old Virgin, as well as on the television productions Freaks and Geeks and Undeclared. He edited Adam McKay's The Other Guys, starring Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg, and also edited McKay's films produced by Apatow: Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby and Step Brothers; and Jason Winer's Arthur, starring Russell Brand and Helen Mirren.

White began his career as an editor at the Sundance Institute Labs and has assisted on such films as The Milagro Beanfield War, Glory, Fluke and Home for the Holidays. His other film credits include A River Runs Through It, Matilda, Wildflowers, Panic and The Slaughter Rule.

White received an Emmy Award nomination for his work as part of the editing team for the 2002 Academy Awards. His other television editing credits include Desperate Housewives and long-form projects such as Having Our Say: The Delany Sisters' First 100 Years, And the Band Played On, Mr. Murder, The Patron Saint of Liars and Critical Choices.

Jay Deuby (Editor) came from the indie world as the editor of Duplass Brother movies, from their Sundance hit The Puffy Chair to studio films Cyrus and Jeff, Who Lives at Home. He recently worked on Judd Apatow's This is 40. Originally from the Detroit area, Jay refuses to call soda anything other than pop.

Catherine Marie Thomas (Costume Designer) began her film work in 1994, and her influential designs have defined some of the most memorable film characters of the past two decades. Among her most notable achievements have been the cutting--edge bright yellow fight suit designed for Uma Thurman in Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill, the folksy attire donned by Meryl Streep and Lily Tomlin in Robert Altman's A Prairie Home Companion and her Costume Design Guild Award winning and Emmy--nominated designs worn by Drew Barrymore and Jessica Lange in Michael Suscy's Grey Gardens for HBO.

Catherine has designed over two dozen feature films, among them Anne Fletcher's hit comedies, 27 Dresses and The Proposal, and Drew Barrymore's directorial debut, Whip It. Her filmography also includes Neil Jordan's The Brave One, Richard Shepard's The Matador, Ethan Hawke's The Hottest State and Chelsea Walls and four collaborations with writer/director Edward Burns: Purple Violets, The Groomsmen, Ash Wednesday and Sidewalks of New York. Her most recent project to hit theaters, David Chase's Not Fade Away, about a fictional garage band in 1960s New Jersey, has been chosen as the centerpiece of the New York Film Festival and will open the Austin Film Festival in October 2012 before a wider December 2012 release. Also in October 2012, Catherine's work will be featured in a 100 year retrospective of Hollywood costume designers at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, UK.

In addition to the recognition of her work in Grey Gardens, Catherine earned Costume Designers Guild Award nominations for Kill Bill: Volumes 1 and 2 and was profiled in Deborah Nadoolman Landis's Dressed: A Century of Hollywood Costumes (Harper Collins, 2007). She received a career achievement award from New York Women in Film & Television and Variety Magazine and a Distinguished Alumni Award from the Chicago Academy for the Arts. Her media appearances have included NBC's The Talk, Access Hollywood, NPR's Eight Forty--Eight, Interview, Vogue (US, UK, Japan), W, Harpers Bazaar, WWD, The New York Times, USA Today, Variety, Clothes on Film, TBS's Dinner and a Movie and The Hollywood Reporter.

A Brooklyn resident and Chicago native, Catherine studied at the Chicago Academy for the Arts and the Kansas City Art Institute before starting her career as a designer in New York City in the costume shop at The Julliard School. She is represented by Claire Best of Claire Best Associates

Michael Andrews (Music by) has enjoyed an enduring creative association with Judd Apatow, which began when Andrews scored the Freaks and Geeks television series in 2000. Since then, he has continued to be part of the Apatow creative family, most recently writing music for Bridesmaids and Funny People. He has also created the music for all of director Jake Kasdan's films, including Bad Teacher. Andrews' gift for striking the balance between humor and drama can also be heard on the soundtracks for Donnie Darko, Me and You and Everyone We Know and Cyrus.

Outside of film, Andrews' talents have been employed as a producer/collaborator for the music of the rock band Metric and singer/songwriters including Inara George and Gary Jules. He continues to perform in the funk-jazz band the Greyboy Allstars. He is also working on a follow-up to his acclaimed debut solo album Hand on a String, a new Greyboy Allstars album.

 

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