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Tony Revolori as Nat
Tony Revolori burst into the international film world with his role as “Zero”, the scene-stealing lobby boy, in Wes Anderson’s THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL co-starring opposite Ralph Fiennes. He was most recently seen in Sony’s SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING playing ‘Flash Thompson’. Prior to that he appeared in Fox Searchlights romantic comedy TABLE 19 opposite Anna Kendrick and Universal’s drama LOWRIDERS opposite Demian Bichir for producers Brian Grazer and Jason Blum. He can currently be seen on Netflix in the film TAKE THE 10 opposite Josh Peck. Read More
Jason Mantzoukas as Richard
Jason Mantzoukas most recently appeared as the lead in THE HOUSE for Good Universe and New Line Cinema, alongside Amy Poehler and Will Ferrell. Jason is perhaps best known for his role as the lovable psychopath Rafi on FXX’s THE LEAGUE. Other film credits include HOW TO BE SINGLE, DIRTY GRANDPA, SLEEPING WITH OTHER PEOPLE, BABY MAMA, NEIGHBORS and THE DICTATOR. In television, Mantzoukas has appeared on BROOKLYN NINE-NINE, I’M SORRY, KROLL SHOW, MODERN FAMILY, TRANSPARENT, BROAD CITY, PARKS AND RECREATION, ENLIGHTENED and COMMUNITY. Read More
Ron Livingston as Francois
Ron Livingston is currently starring in the original series “Loudermilk” for the Audience Network. The scripted half-hour comedy series from Primary Wave Entertainment, Peter Farrelly, and Bobby Mort airs exclusively on both DIRECTV and AT&T U-verse. Livingston will next star in Producer-Director Jason Reitman’s latest comedy “Tully” starring opposite Charlize Theron. This Focus Feature premieres in April. This marks the fourth collaboration between Reitman and Writer-Producer Diablo Cody. Additionally, Livingston recently wrapped production on the independent films “Holly Slept Over,” The Long Dumb Road,” and “The Man Who Killed Hitler and then The Bigfoot.” Read More
Grace Gummer as Nina
Grace Gummer currently stars opposite Rami Malek and Christian Slater in the Emmywinning USA television series MR. ROBOT. Previously, she played one of the leads in CONFIRMATION for HBO Films, and an arc on GOOD GIRLS REVOLT for Amazon, playing "Nora Ephron.” Grace heavily recurred on THE NEWSROOM for HBO and AMERICAN HORROR STORY for FX over several seasons. Prior, she was a series regular on EXTANT for CBS/Amblin. Read More
Taissa Farmiga as Rebecca
Taissa will star in New Line’s THE NUN opposite Demián Bichir for director Corin Hardy. The first three films in the James Wan franchise, THE CONJURING, ANNABELLE, and THE CONJURING 2, generated nearly a billion dollars at the international box office. The next film in the hit franchise, THE NUN, has set its highly anticipated debut for July 13, 2018.
Hannah Fidell Director / Co-Writer
Hannah wrote, produced and directed the feature film A TEACHER, which premiered at Sundance 2013 to critical acclaim. Her follow up, 6 YEARS, produced by the Duplass Brothers, was released by Netflix in 2015. Fidell was named one of the 25 New Faces of Independent Film by Filmmaker Magazine in 2012, received the SXSW Chicken & Egg female directing award for A TEACHER in 2013, and became a fellow in the inaugural Fox Studios Diversity Directing initiative in 2015. In 2016, she was inducted into the directors’ branch of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences; making her, at age 32, one of the youngest members of the organization. Read More
THE LONG DUMB ROAD: Jason Mantzoukas and Tony Revolori are a perfect pairing in Hannah Fidell’s newest buddy-comedy
"The Long Dumb Road is also equal parts tender and blistering, but you’re left wanting more in the end."
"So far, the [ReFrame] group [founded by Women in Film and the Sundance Institute] has certified 34 films, including the 22 films announced Tuesday [including The Long Dumb Road]."
"...the movie [The Long Dumb Road], which rallies in the end, is wise enough to know that not every problem can be solved in the duration of a trip."
"Jason Mantzoukas is some sort of national treasure, and director Hannah Fidell’s delightfully agonizing road comedy The Long Dumb Road proves it — though not quite in the way we might expect."
“It just feels iconic. When you think of a road trip, you think of seeing the cacti, the desert, so it was sort of a no-brainer to set the movie in that landscape,” Fidell told The Hollywood Reporter.