Hong Chau (“Watchmen”), Judd Hirsch (“Uncut Gems”), Andre Benjamin (“High Life”), John Magaro (“Overlord”), Maryann Plunkett (“Manifest”), Heather Lawless (“Big Mouth”), Amanda Plummer (“Ratched”), Larry Fessenden (“The Dead Don’t Die”), and James Le Gros (“Support the Girls” have all joined filmmaker Kelly Reichardt’s next feature “Showing Up”.
Michelle Williams stars as an artist about to have a career-changing art exhibition. As she navigates family, friends and colleagues in the lead-up to her show, the chaos of life becomes the inspiration for great art.
Reichardt and Jon Raymond pen the film which marks Reichardt and Williams’ fourth collaboration following “Wendy and Lucy,” “Meek’s Cutoff” and “Certain Women”. Reichardt is coming off some of the best reviews of her career to date with last year’s “First Cow”.
A24 will release “Showing Up” likely sometime next year. Williams will be seen next in Andy Serkis’ “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” in September and is slated to film both Todd Haynes’ “May December” and Spielberg’s autobiographical film about his childhood.