aGLIFF presents Anything

John Carroll Lynch and Maura Tierney in Anything
Photo courtesy of aGLIFF

The All Genders, Lifestyles and Identities Film Festival (aGLIFF) will present its April monthly screening, the Texas premiere of Anything. Following the screening, there will be a special post-Skype Q&A with writer/director Timothy McNeil and Associate Producer Kylene K. Steele. 

Early Landry (John Carroll Lynch) is a paragon of human kindness and decency. Grief-stricken over the recent death of his wife, Early moves from Mississippi to Los Angeles and, despite the objections of his overprotective sister (Maura Tierney), into a run-down apartment complex in Hollywood. He is a welcome presence in his new environment and quickly finds himself in an intense friendship with his neighbor Freda (Matt Bomer), but the simplicity of their shared loneliness and growing affection must be reconciled with the complexity of their disparate backgrounds.

Executive produced by Mark Ruffalo, as non-judgmental as its southern protagonist, writer/director Timothy McNeil’s debut feature is a deceptively quiet love story and an all too timely parable on the pressing need to bridge barriers and find common ground.

Event Details

When

4.18.18 | 7:30 pm

Where

Alamo Drafthouse - South Lamar
1120 S. Lamar Blvd.
Austin, TX 78704

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Box Office Hours

Mon - Sun: 10am - 12am

Ticket Info

$10