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THE BOY DOWNSTAIRS 2017 Tribeca Film Festival - Narrative Spotlight - World Premiere
Written and Directed by: Sophie Brooks Starring: Zosia Mamet, Matthew Shear, Deirdre O’Connell, Sarah Ramos, Diana Irvine RT: 90 Minutes Press & Industry Screenings: Monday, April 24 at 10:45AM at Cinepolis Chelsea 01 Wednesday, April 26 at 9:45AM at Cinepolis Chelsea 02 Public Screenings: Sunday, April 23 at 5:00PM at SVA Theatre 1 (World Premiere) Monday, April 24 at 7:15PM at Cinepolis Chelsea 03 Tuesday, April 25 at 5:45PM at Cinepolis Chelsea 04 Thursday, April 27 at 7:00PM at Regal Battery Park Theatre 11 Facebook: @TheBoyDownstairs Instagram: @theboydownstairsmovie Press Materials: https://www.dropbox.com/theboydownstairs PR Contact: Falco Ink., 212-445-7100 Monica Delamater [email protected]
LOGLINE A young woman returns to New York City and inadvertently moves into her ex boyfriend’s apartment building, forcing her to reflect on the nature of her first love.
SYNOPSIS Diana (Zosia Mamet) moves back to New York City after a few years in London and finds what seems to be the perfect Brooklyn apartment to start fresh. However, on the first night in her new home she discovers her ex boyfriend (Matthew Shear) lives in the apartment below hers. After an awkward first encounter, Diana proclaims her intentions for a genuine friendship, but as the story progresses and old wounds are reopened, she is forced to confront the true nature of her feelings...
DIRECTOR’S STATEMENT First love changes it all. Expectations are unparalleled and the thought of staying with that person forever can seem equally exciting and terrifying. The stories I most like to tell are personal and simple ones that look at how we get in our own way and can often self-sabotage. THE BOY DOWNSTAIRS explores the feelings of fear and doubt that creep in and out of the mind of a young person in love. I hope to make films that portray how women and relationships can be challenging and honest and funny and sad all at the same time. THE BOY DOWNSTAIRS is my first attempt. - Sophie Brooks
Q&A WITH WRITER/DIRECTOR SOPHIE BROOKS Q: Talk about the story and concept behind THE BOY DOWNSTAIRS. How did this idea come to you? A: The original idea actually came from a rather odd place. Three years ago I was hit by a car when I was crossing the street; ten days later I got appendicitis and had to have emergency surgery. So I was a full mess. My parents were abroad at the time, but luckily my brother was there and took amazing care of me. The idea for the script came from this; what if you got hurt, and (with the absence of a brother) the only person who was there to take care of you was an ex… Although the mechanics of the story ultimately shifted quite a bit, I built the story around that premise. Q: Can you talk about the experience shooting and working with the team on this film? A: The whole boy downstairs team was wonderful. It really felt like a family; my brother was one of the producers, two of my best friends are in the film, my DP and I had previously made a short together, and Matt, Zosia and I really bonded throughout the whole experience. Q: Did you use any special techniques or cameras for the shoot? A: Not really, in fact I really wanted the visual approach of the film to stay simple and grounded in what the characters were doing. Q: Do you have any favorite film sor books that inclufenced the film? A: I’m a big fan of classic 'romantic comedies' like Annie Hall and When Harry Met Sally. Q: As with any small budget film, there are a number of restrictions and setbacks during production. Did any difficulties or challenges arise? A: I think most of the budget restrictions cropped up in prep, so we were able to sort them out before we actually started shooting. I ended up cutting a storyline and whole location in order to get what we want out of other locations and scenes, but I think that made the film stronger as a result.
ABOUT THE CAST ZOSIA MAMET (Diana) In film and television, Zosia Mamet has established herself as one of the industry’s most exciting young talents. Since the spring of 2012, Mamet has starred in the Emmy Award and Golden Globe Award-winning HBO series “Girls.” Created by and starring Lena Dunham, who also serves as an executive producer alongside Judd Apatow and Jenni Konner, the series is critically acclaimed for taking a comic look at the assorted humiliations and rare triumphs of a group of girls in their early 20s. Mamet’s character ‘Shoshanna’ strives for a lifestyle akin to the “Sex and the City” aesthetic and serves as an unlikely voice of reason within a group of assorted misfits with their own eccentricities. The show’s sixth and final season is currently airing on HBO. This May, Mamet will star opposite Maura Tierney and Norbert Leo Butz in the Off-Broadway world premiere production of “The Whirligig,” written by Hamish Linklater and produced by acclaimed director Scott Elliott for the New Group. Mamet will play Trish, the best friend of Tierney and Butz’s estranged, ailing daughter, who comes to visit. The production will open at The Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre on May 21, 2017. Mamet recently completed production on the A24 thriller “Under the Silver Lake” opposite Andrew Garfield, Riley Keough and Jimmi Simpson. The film, directed by David Robert Mitchell, will likely release later this year. She also completed production on the independent comedic film “The Boy Downstairs,” written and directed by Sophie Brooks. Mamet stars in the film as a woman who moves back to New York City after a failed experience of life in Europe and inadvertently moves into her ex-boyfriend’s apartment building, quickly reopening old wounds. Last Spring, Mamet was seen starring in the short film "Mildred & the Dying Parlor," which premiered at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival. The film, directed by Alex Gayner from a script by Ilan Ulmer, is based on the short story Red by Andrea Heimer and follows Mildred (Mamet), a young woman who lives with her parents in an old house from which they run a Dying Parlor, a unique business where people facing terminal illness or advanced old age live with the family during their last days. But when an unusual client shows up, the evening takes an unexpected turn, kicking off a sinister and quirky twist on an old fairy tale. The film co-stars Steve Buscemi, Jane Krakowski and Evan Jonigkeit, and was produced by Mamet and Jonigkeit's production company Rooster Films, along with Blood Orange Pictures. While at Sundance last year, it was announced that Mamet has been cast to play living legend Patti Smith in writerdirector Ondi Timoner's Robert Mapplethrope biopic titled "Mapplethorpe." Mamet will Patti Smith opposite Matt Smith, who has been cast as the avant-garde photographer Robert Mapplethorpe. Mamet's previous notable film credits include "Wiener-Dog," "Greenberg" and the Academy Award nominated film "The Kids Are All Right." Her television credits include high-profile supporting roles, most notably as a lesbian secretary (‘Joyce Ramsay’) in Season 4 of “Mad Men;” as ‘Courtney’ in Showtime’s hit series “United States of Tara” written by Academy Award winner Diablo Cody; and as ‘Kelsey’ on NBC’s hit show “Parenthood,” which is based on the 1989 film of the same title; and “The Unit” from director David Mamet. Mamet made her stage debut in the 2013 critically-acclaimed Off-Broadway MCC production of “Really Really,” directed by David Cromer at The Lucille Nortel Theater. Mamet starred in the play opposite Matt Lauria and Evan Jonigkeit.
Originally from Randolph, Vermont, Mamet is the daughter of David Mamet and Lindsay Crouse. Mamet's maternal grandfather was playwright Russel Crouse, who co-wrote such classic American musicals as "Anything Goes" and "The Sound of Music." She currently resides in New York City.
MATTHEW SHEAR (Ben) Matthew Shear was a break-out star of the 2015 Sundance Film Festival when he shined in Noah Baumbach’s MISTRESS AMERICA. Matthew first teamed up with Baumbach in the 2014 feature, WHILE WE’RE YOUNG, and just wrapped production on the director’s next film, THE MEYEROWITZ STORIES, where he will appear opposite a star studded cast including Dustin Hoffman, Ben Stiller, and Adam Sandler. Matthew made his feature debut in Ang Lee’s TAKING WOODSTOCK, where he appeared opposite Emile Hirsch and Demetri Martin. He then went on to film BEWARE THE GONZO which he appeared in opposite Ezra Miller and Zoë Kravitz. Matthew has also been seen in guest star roles on CBS’s NYC 22, Hulu’s DEADBEAT and Louis C.K’s web series, HORACE AND PETE, opposite Alan Alda and Louis C.K. Matthew is currently in production on TNT’s new series THE ALIENIST, in which he stars opposite Luke Evans and Dakota Fanning.
DEIRDRE O’CONNELL (Amy) Deirdre O’Connell will be performing in the upcoming MTC production of Abe Koogler’s Fulfillment Center. Her recent stage work includes Judy (New Ohio Theatre), Little Children Dream of God (Roundabout), By the Water (MTC), The Way West (The LAByrinth Theater Company Production directed by Mimi O'Donnell and The Steppenwolf Theatre production directed by Amy Morton). Scarcity (Part of The Hill Town Series) and Rag and Bone (Rattlestick Playwrights Theater); A Family For All Occasions (directed by Philip Seymour Hoffman) and Thinner Than Water (Labyrinth Theater Company, of which she is a proud member) The Vandal (The Flea Theater); Magic/Bird (Longacre Theatre); Circle Mirror Transformation (Obie and Drama Desk Awards; Playwrights Horizons); In The Wake (Los Angeles Ovation Award, The Richard Seff Actor’s Equity Award, Lucille Lortel nomination; The Public Theater and Mark Taper Forum); In The Blood, The Poor Itch, ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore (The Public Theater); Pyretown (Keen Company); Manic Flight Reaction, Spatter Pattern Moe’s Lucky Seven (Playwrights Horizon); End Days (Ensemble Studio Theatre); Looking For The Pony (Vital Theatre Company); Cave Dweller, Love and Anger (Drama Desk nomination; New York Theatre Workshop); Big Dance Theater’s Antigone (Classic Stage Company); Two Headed (Women’s Project Theatre); Fugue (directed by Judith Ivey at Cherry Lane Theatre); Mud (Signature Theatre Company); The Geography of Luck, Three Ways Home, Stars in the Morning (Dramalogue Award, Los Angeles Critics Award), Etta Jenks (Dramalogue Award, Los Angeles Theatre Center); The Front Page (Lincoln Center Theater); A Lie of the Mind (Promenade Theater) and all of the major plays by Anton Chekov at Chekov at Lake Lucille. Film credits include: The Boy Downstairs (Tribeca Film Festival 2017 Selection), Diane, Lez Bomb, Before/During/After, In the Radiant City (Toronto Film Festival 2016 Selection), St. Vincent, Gabriel (Tribeca Film Festival 2014 Selection), The Quitter, Synecdoche, NY, What Happens in Vegas, Imaginary Heroes, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Secondhand Lions, Fearless and Pastime (Independent Spirit Award, Best Supporting Actress nomination).
Recent Television credits include: 2 Seasons of “The Path” (Hulu), Friends From College (Netflix), recurring roles on “The Affair” and “Nurse Jackie.” Deirdre has an Obie Award for Sustained Excellence in Performance. She was a recipient of a Lilly Award.
SARAH RAMOS (Meg) Writer, director and actress Sarah Ramos stars as Creek Lovell on NBC’s upcoming supernatural thriller “Midnight, Texas.” Creek is an aspiring writer with big dreams and is the love interest of Manfred Bernardo. While living with her overprotective father, Shawn, and younger brother, Connor, she learns that her family is harboring a deep secret. Ramos previously appeared as a series regular on “Parenthood” (NBC), “Runaway” (CW), “American Dreams” (NBC) and as a recurring character on this past season of “The Affair” (Showtime). On the big screen, Ramos starred in the independent film “Why Stop Now,” alongside Jesse Eisenberg and Melissa Leo. She will be seen in the upcoming independent films “Slash,” “We Don't Belong Here” and “The Boy Downstairs,” as well as Warner Bros.’ “How to Be Single.” In 2011, Ramos co-wrote and co-directed a short film, “The Arm,” which won the 2012 Sundance Film Festival Jury Prize for Comedic Storytelling. Ramos recently made her directorial debut on the short film FLUFFY in which she also stars opposite Max Minghella. The film was released by BB Dakota. She’ll next be seen in the web-series “City Girl” which is set to begin streaming in 2017. Ramos is a recent graduate of Columbia University, at which she received a degree in creative writing. She’s currently in pre-production on her feature directorial debut.
DIANA IRVINE (Gabby) Diana Irvine is an actor and Los Angeles native. She grew up on film sets with her 1st-AD father and later moved east to study at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, earning a BFA with Honors in Drama. Diana is a proud alumna of the Atlantic Acting School. Her most recent film credits include MANSON’S LOST GIRLS and THE BOY DOWNSTAIRS.
ABOUT THE FILMMAKERS SOPHIE BROOKS (Writer/Director) Sophie Brooks is a young filmmaker living in Los Angeles. After growing up in London and Los Angeles, she went on to get her BFA in Film and TV from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. Her first short film, “Malcolm”, won 2nd place at NYU’s New Visions and Voices Festival. She followed this up with “Maple Leaves”, which premiered at The Palm Spring International Short Film Festival in 2014. THE BOY DOWNSTAIRS is her first feature film.
DAN CLIFTON (Producer) Clifton grew up in Philadelphia, PA where he was an active musician, actor and filmmaker during his high school years. He won a Student Emmy Award for acting in and directing his own television series. Dan moved to New York City in 2005 to attend NYU's Tisch School of the Arts for Film and Television. While at Tisch, Dan wrote, directed and produced the short film For All Mankind, which won a National Board of Review Student Scholarship and The Alfred P. Sloan Science and Film Award. The film placed as a Wasserman Finalist in the NYU First Run film festival. After graduating in June of 2009, Dan moved to Los Angeles. When his producing partner David Brooks was tapped to direct the contained- thriller ATM, Dan served as Executive Producer on the film and stepped in as the producer on the ground for the film’s shoot in Winnipeg, Canada for Gold Circle Films. In 2012, Dan served as Executive Producer on another contained thriller called Hours, written and directed by Eric Heisserer and produced by Peter Safran. He oversaw the shoot on the ground in prep and principal photography in New Orleans. Heavily involved in both creative and post-production, Dan also directed the opening title sequence for the film. In 2012, Dan produced the voyeuristic horror film The Den, along with David Brooks through their Cliffbrook Films label. Dan sold The Den to IFC Midnight. It was released in the US in 2014 and was one of the best-reviewed horror films of the year. Since then, Dan has worked as a producer on numerous projects with The Safran Company including The Atticus Institute (Executive Producer), The Choice (Co- Producer) for Lionsgate in 2014 & The Belko Experiment (CoProducer) in 2015. Looking to the future, Dan seeks to bring new stories to life in various mediums, including a focus on virtual reality and augmented reality content. Dan has produced films in Los Angeles, CA, New York, NY, Winnipeg, Canada, New Orleans, LA, Wilmington, NC, Hawaii and Bogota, Colombia
DAVID BROOKS (Producer) Born in London, David moved to Los Angeles at the age of eleven and eventually went on to New York where he earned a BFA in Film/TV Production from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. Upon graduating from
NYU David immediately garnered the attention of Hollywood agents and producers for his thesis short film, GONE. This soon led to his feature directorial debut, ATM, which he also edited. Praised for it’s strong performances and classic tension, the New York Times described ATM as “as compact a debut feature as you could image...it generates a taut frisson within its spare 90 minutes” The film was released theatrically in the U.S. by IFC Films. While developing several other directing projects, David has continued to work as a producer on other features with his company, Cliffbrook Films, including the voyeuristic horror film, THE DEN, and most recently, THE BOY DOWNSTAIRS.
LEON CLARENCE (Producer) Since 2011 Leon Clarance has been the CEO of U.K. based specialty developer, producer and financier of filmed entertainment, Motion Picture Capital, which he founded with the backing of Indian giant Reliance Big Entertainment. To date, MPC has arranged financing for productions totaling over $220 million. Harvard trained, Leon holds an MBA with distinction from the Film Business Academy at Cass Business School. His final dissertation area of study included film business strategy, intellectual property and audience behavior. He also holds an MA from Cambridge University. Leon has executed over £2bn worth of structured finance arrangements over the past decade and has an in-depth knowledge of large-scale studio movies as well as smaller independent films. His exposure to production and distribution finance packages ranges from large studio productions such as Pirates of the Caribbean 2 & 3 to small Independent pictures such as Oscar nominated 'The Queen'. Leon also founded Georgeville Television and went on to produce Sense8 for NETFLIX, which has recently been reordered for a highly-expected second season. Motion Picture Capital fully financed the first season of Sense8, created by the Wachowskis (The Matrix) and J.Michael Straczynski (World War Z). Leon’s producer credits also include MPC’s horror film The Crucifixion, written by The Conjuring's team Chad, Cary Hayes and Peter Safran and starring Sophie Cookson (Kingsman: The Secret Service); the thriller Come and Find Me, starring Aaron Paul and Annabelle Wallis produced by Brian Kavanaugh Jones; and comedy The Boy Downstairs, starring Girls' Zosia Mamet. Additionally, he produced U.S. road trip drama Kodachrome, starring Jason Sudeikis, Elizabeth Olsen and Ed Harris and Steel Country, a U.S.-set thriller produced by Bedlam Films (King’s Speech) starring Andrew Scott (Spectre, Pride) and recent Olivier best actress winner Denise Gough ('71, Jimmy's Hall). Other upcoming MPC films Leon’s produced include U.K. drama Hampstead, starring Diane Keaton and Brendon Gleeson and sci-fi film The Titan, starring Sam Worthington (Avatar), Taylor Schilling (Orange Is The New Black) and Tom Wilkinson (The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel).
END CREDITS Diana
Ben Amy Meg Gabby Marcus Jack Susan Jenny Barry Shannon Julian Elliot Delivery Man
MATTHEW SHEAR DEIRDRE O’CONNELL SARAH RAMOS DIANA IRVINE JEFF WARD ARLISS HOWARD LIZ LARSEN SABINA FRIEDMAN-SEITZ DAVID WOHL DEBORAH OFFNER PETER OLIVER THEO STOCKMAN JAIME FERNANDEZ
VANESSA A. JONES
DOUG TRAPP MOLLY GORDON
Graphic Artist Leadperson On-Set Dresser
VANESSA RIEGEL MELANIE MERRILL ANNA KATHLEEN LITTLE
Set Dressers DAVID FU ALEXANDRA REGAZZONI ELIZABETH FLOOD MYRIAM ROBINSON MATTHEW VIDALIS BEN PARISH Buyer Art Handler Art Production Assistant
LEE LEVY ANGEL BELLARAN JOSH DAWSON MATTHEW THOMPSON
Set Decorator Assistant
Property Master Assistant Property Master
“A” Camera Operator “A” Camera First Assistant “A” Camera Second Assistant Loader
Sound Mixer Boom Operator
MICHAEL AITKEN JENNIFER JOSEPHBERG
BRANDON SUMNER JULIA PASTERNAK DANNY FLANAGAN GEORGE LOOKSHIRE
AUSTIN PLOCHER KEN WILKINSON
Gaffer Best Boy Electric Company Electric Additional Company Electrics Rigging Gaffer
ANDREW HUBBARD ALEXA WOLF KEVIN YANKOU LUKE PROVENZANO DAVE JOYCE SETH COLEMAN
Rigging Best Boy Electric SEAN LI Key Grip Best Boy Grip Additional Best Boy Grip Company Grip Additional Company Grip Rigging Key Grip
STRATTON BAILEY CONOR W. STALVEY ANDREW GRITSZKIE JACKSON BOSWORTH ERIC GEITENBERG ETHAN JUNE
Rigging Best Boy Grip ANTHONY GUDO Jib Tech CONNOR LAWSON
Second Second Assistant Director
Production Accountant First Assistant Accountant
Location Manager Assistant Location Manager
JOHNNY HOLLAND BRITTANY SUGARMAN
EDWARD YOON TED SHERMAN
Locations Production Assistant
Assistant to Ms. Brooks Office Production Assistants
ADAM MEEKS JAYNAEA DILLARD-STROTHERS STEFAN WEICH RENEE CHARLES
MICHELLE WINTERS ZOEY ZIMBICKI ELLIE LINDHOLM JOHN CORBO CARMELA SIMONETTI
Costumes Production Assistant
Makeup Department Head
Key Makeup Artist
Hair Department Head
Key Hair Stylist
Los Angeles Casting by New York Casting by Casting Associate Casting Assistant
KERRY BARDEN PAUL SCHNEE JOEY MONTENARELLO MATT GLASNER
Background Casting Background Casting Manager Background Casting by
CENTRAL CASTING NY BRAD KENNY ROANNA DEMPSEY
Background Casting Associate
ANNE CARSON NICK SANTINI
Construction Coordinator Key Carpenter Construction Grips
Construction Shop Assistant Scenic Artists
PIERRE ROVIRA PAUL ROVIRA CHRISTOPHER ROVIRA BO WANGKEO CLAIRE HART JOSLYN GORDON MCCONNACHIE JACQUELYN D. MAROLT LAURYN PEPE ROBERT SWEETNAM JAMES YESILEVSKY ALFONSO’S CATERING
Chef GRISELLE ALFONSO Craft Service Transportation Captain Transportation Co Captain Parking Coordinator Animals Provided By Stand-Ins
JOE FACEY BEA ZACHAR DENNIS SALOMONE JOHN SHEPPARD SHANE FOSTER ALL STAR ANIMALS JULIE ROBENHYMER HEATHER HODDER
Assistant Editor Post Production Assistant Dailies Provided by Sound Supervisor and Re-recording Mixer
ASHLEY SORGEA MICHAEL MCCARTHY NICE DISSOLVE VICKI LEMAR
Chef GRISELLE ALFONSO Craft Service
Transportation Captain Transportation Co Captain Parking Coordinator Animals Provided By Stand-Ins
DENNIS SALOMONE JOHN SHEPPARD SHANE FOSTER ALL STAR ANIMALS JULIE ROBENHYMER HEATHER HODDER
Post Production Assistant MICHAEL MCCARTHY Dailies Provided by Sound Supervisor and Re-recording Mixer Sound Effects Editor
NICE DISSOLVE VICKI LEMAR LUKE SCHWARZWELLER
JOHN GUENTNER CECILIA PERNA
NOEL VOUGHTGRETCHEN THOMA
Foley Services provided by Facility ADR Coordinator
POST CREATIONS MARK KONDRACKI
ADR Recordist RODRIGO GALVAN ADR Recorded at: OUTLOUD NYC
Digital Intermediate Provided by Digital Intermediate Executive Producer Digital Intermediate Supervisor Digital Intermediate Colorist Chief Technology Officer
LOCAL HERO STEVE BANNERMAN LEANDRO MARINI MARK TODD OSBOURNE DUCK GROSSBERG
Digital Intermediate VFX Supervisor
Digital Intermediate Producer Digital Intermediate Conform Artist Digital Intermediate Mastering Artist
Main Titles Design By
Visual Effects Provided by
VFX Supervisor & Lead VFX Artist
WORTH BJORN WALTERS
JESSICA CLARKE JAMES BRILL BORJA RIBES BLANQUER
LOCAL HERO POST
Music Supervisor Music Supervisor
RUPERT HOLLIER DAVID FISH
Score Produced by Cello Orchestra Recorded at Music mixed by
DAVID BUCKLEY ISAIAH GAGE ANTHONY LLEDO ED MCCORMACK
Production Legal Services
Production Finance Legal Services
Business Affairs for Motion Picture Capital Executive Assistant to Leon Clarance Payroll Services Provided by Insurance Services Provided by Script Clearance Research by Camera Equipment Provided by
COHEN GARDNER LLP JONATHAN GARDNER JENNIFER WAKEFIELD ROBB KLEIN NICOLE BAGOOD SHEPPARD MULLIN RICHTER & HAMPTON, LLP WILLIAM NORTON ELIZABETH BROWN CAST & CREW ENTERTAINMENT EFS, INC. ARTHUR J. GALLAGHER & CO. CLEARANCE UNLIMITED SUZY VAUGHAN HANDHELD FILMS