Across the River and Into the Trees

Novel by Ernest Hemingway. Screenplay by Peter Flannery; directed by Paula Ortiz (In Production)

Across the River and Into the Trees (In Production)

Novel by Ernest Hemingway. Screenplay by Peter Flannery; directed by Paula Ortiz

Set in Italy during WWII, American Army Col. Richard Cantwell, is a bona fide war hero who faces news of his terminal illness with stoic disregard. Determined to spend his weekend in quiet solitude, he commandeers a military driver to facilitate what is likely a final duck hunting trip and visit to his old haunts in Venice. As Cantwell’s plans begin to unravel, a chance encounter with a young countess begins to kindle in him the hope of renewal. Based on the last full-length novel Hemingway published in his lifetime, Across The River and Into The Trees captures a fleeting moment of immortality where time stands still. The story contains the great Hemingway themes of love, war, youth and age.

Director: Paula Ortiz (The Bride, Chrysalis)

Writer: Peter Flannery, BAFTA–winner (Funny Bones, Our Friends in the North)

Cast: Liev Schreiber (Spotlight, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, The Manchurian Candidate, Everything Is Illuminated, Ray Donavan), Matilda De Angelis (Italian Race, The Prize, Atlas, Tourists), Josh Hutcherson The Hunger Games, The Hunger Games: Catching, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2, The Kids Are All Right. Laura Morante  (Cherry on the Cake, The Son’s Room, Tragedy of a Ridiculous Man, Private Fears In Public Places), Danny Huston (The Constant Gardener, 21 Grams, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Children of Men)

Producer: Robert K MacLean (Criminal Law, Bright Angel); John Smallcombe (Meant to Be, The Hessen Conspiracy)

Cinematographer: Javier Aguirresrobe (Thor: Ragnarok , The Others, Blue Jasmine)

Production Design: Benjamin Fernandez (Gladiator, The Others, Exodus –  Gods and Kings) 

Across the River and Into the Trees
(In Production)

Novel by Ernest Hemingway. Screenplay by Peter Flannery; directed by Paula Ortiz

Set in Italy during WWII, American Army Col. Richard Cantwell, is a bona fide war hero who faces news of his terminal illness with stoic disregard. Determined to spend his weekend in quiet solitude, he commandeers a military driver to facilitate what is likely a final duck hunting trip and visit to his old haunts in Venice. As Cantwell’s plans begin to unravel, a chance encounter with a young countess begins to kindle in him the hope of renewal. Based on the last full-length novel Hemingway published in his lifetime, Across The River and Into The Trees captures a fleeting moment of immortality where time stands still. The story contains the great Hemingway themes of love, war, youth and age.

Director: Paula Ortiz (The Bride, Chrysalis)

Writer: Peter Flannery, BAFTA–winner (Funny Bones, Our Friends in the North)

Cast: Liev Schreiber (Spotlight, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, The Manchurian Candidate, Everything Is Illuminated, Ray Donavan), Matilda De Angelis (Italian Race, The Prize, Atlas, Tourists), Josh Hutcherson The Hunger Games, The Hunger Games: Catching, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2, The Kids Are All Right. Laura Morante  (Cherry on the Cake, The Son’s Room, Tragedy of a Ridiculous Man, Private Fears In Public Places), Danny Huston (The Constant Gardener, 21 Grams, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Children of Men)

Producer: Robert K MacLean (Criminal Law, Bright Angel); John Smallcombe (Meant to Be, The Hessen Conspiracy)

Cinematographer: Javier Aguirresrobe (Thor: Ragnarok , The Others, Blue Jasmine)

Production Design: Benjamin Fernandez (Gladiator, The Others, Exodus –  Gods and Kings) 

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