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Hugh Dancy & Rose Byrne @ Adam

The Alfred P. Sloan prize winner – Max Mayer’s Adam – at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival was purchased by Fox Searchlight and they’ve just release the 1st look trailer. New York Stage & Film founder Max Mayer directs Hugh Dancy, Rose Byrne, Amy Irving, Frankie Faison, Mark Linn-Baker and Peter Gallagher in dramedy film about a relationship between a somewhat socially dysfunctional young man [Hugh Dancy] and the woman [Rose Byrne] of his dreams.

Max Mayer is repped by Harley Copen, Emile Gladstone and Nathan Ross @ International Creative Management (ICM) and his New York Stage & Film is located @ 315 West 36th Street Suite 1006 in New York City.
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Max Mayer’s Adam @ Sundance

Director Max Mayer’s Adam starring Rose Byrne and Hugh Dancy premiered at Sundance on Monday was acquired by Fox Searchlight for theaterical distribution at year’s end. Adam is relationship film between a somewhat socially dysfunctional young man and the woman of his dreams.

Fox Searchlight

The Stoke-on-Trent @ Staffordshire of England’s Hugh Dancy is repped by Theresa Peters @ United Talent Agency and managed by Untitled Entertainment.

The Sydney Australia actress Rose Byrne is repped by Hylda Queally and Mick Sullivan @ Creative Artists Agency (CAA) and publicist Christine Tripicchio @ WKT Public Relations.

Max Mayer is founder and producing director of New York Stage & Film @ 315 West 36th Street Ste. 1006 in New York City , New York 10018.


Nicolas Cage’s Knowing – Sneak Peak

We’re getting a sneak peak at Nicolas Cage and Rose Bryne’s apocalypse film – Knowing – directed by I, Robot / Dark City / The Crow’s Alex Proyas. Knowing hits theaters on 03.03.2009.

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Synopsis: A single father and chairman of his town’s historical society is summoned when a time capsule buried behind an elementary school in 1958 is prematurely unearthed because of a water-main break. The man, whose son attends the school, sifts through the contents and finds drawings of what 1958 tykes predicted the modern world would be like. It’s all flying cars and fantasy stuff, with the exception of one chilling entry. One child predicted some of the most horrible events in recent history, and there’s one that hasn’t yet occurred, which the man attempts to prevent.

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