Monday, August 3, 2015

"Future Weather" begins shooting Monday. Lili Taylor and Amy Madigan here soon.

Lili Taylor, who counts "Six Feet Under," and "Say Anything," among her many credits and Amy Madigan of "Field of Dreams," and who was Oscar-nominated for "Twice in a Lifetime," are due in town later this month to shoot "Future Weather," an indie film that on Monday starts its five-week shoot in the area.

"Future Weather" begins shooting Monday. Lili Taylor and Amy Madigan here soon.

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Lili Taylor, who counts "Six Feet Under," and "Say Anything," among her many credits and Amy Madigan of "Field of Dreams," and who was Oscar-nominated for "Twice in a Lifetime," are due in town later this month to shoot "Future Weather," an indie film that on Monday starts its five-week shoot in the area.

The drama, about a young girl obsessed with helping the environment who is abandoned by her mother, stars 13-year-old Perla Haney-Jardine, and also features Marin Ireland and veteran actor William Sadler.

Producer Kristin Fairweather says she and writer/director Jenny Deller have partnered with local businesses to have a sustainable film set including full of organic, locally-sourced food. Deller's screenplay is currently in the semi-finals of the Nicholl Fellowship. In April the film won a $40,000 Alfred P. Sloan grant from the Tribeca Film Institute which stages the Tribeca Film Festival.

You can follow progress throughout shooting and read more about the film here.

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