On the heels of receiving a record 10 Prime Time Emmy® nominations for its miniseries TOP OF THE LAKE and RESTLESS, Sundance Channel is offering viewers an opportunity to enjoy back-to-back episodes of both critically-acclaimed series. The seven-part, TOP OF THE LAKE marathon will air on July 28th from 1pm -8pm ET/PT, and the two-part RESTLESS marathon will begin with the first two-hour installment airing July 31st at 8pm ET/PT, followed immediately by part two beginning at 10:00pm ET/PT.
Sundance Channel received a record ten Prime Time Emmy® nominations for its miniseries TOP OF THE LAKE and RESTLESS, including a category nomination for TOP OF THE LAKE for Outstanding Miniseries or Movie and acting noms for Elisabeth Moss and Peter Mullan as well as Charlotte Rampling for RESTLESS.
CHARLOTTE RAMPLING HONORED WITH
SCREEN ACTORS GUILD AWARD® NOMINATION
FOR HER PEFORMANCE IN THE SUNDANCE CHANNEL ORIGINAL MINISERIES, RESTLESS
New York, December 12, 2012 – Charlotte Rampling was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award® today for her performance in Sundance Channel’s critically-acclaimed original miniseries, RESTLESS (which premiered earlier this month). Rampling received her first SAG nomination in the category of Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries. The two-part miniseries (the second installment will air Friday, December 14th at 9 PM et/pt), directed by Edward Hall and penned by celebrated novelist William Boyd based on his novel of the same name, tells the thrilling story of a daughter who discovers that her mother was recruited as a spy during World War II.
Sneak behind the scenes for a look at what went into the making of our new WWII spy thriller RESTLESS. Author William Boyd, actors Hayley Atwell (Eva Delectorskaya – 1940′s), Charlotte Rampling (Eva Delectorskaya – 1970′s) and Michelle Dockery (Ruth Gilmartin) discuss the challenges of adapting a story that cross-cuts two time periods and a global scope. Is there a particular location that can stand in for much of mid-century Europe? Watch this video for the answer, and get ready for a truly cinematic experience this Friday.
The premiere of RESTLESS is just five days away – tune in on December 7 at 9P for Part 1.
Can’t wait for the December 7th premiere of Sundance Channel’s original miniseries RESTLESS? Then put on your most intriguing disguise and slip behind the scenes for a look at the cast in action. Need more of stars Michelle Dockery and Hayley Atwell? We snuck the trailer out from behind enemy lines so you can find out what happens when your comfortable life becomes one thread in a chilling, WWII mystery.
We’re ready to reveal a big secret…it’s the trailer for the Sundance Channel original miniseries RESTLESS. You’ll have to wait until Friday, December 7th at 9P to catch the first installment of our adaptation of the acclaimed William Boyd novel, but this should hold you over. You can also check out dossiers on the RESTLESS cast, including Michelle Dockery (Downton Abbey) and Hayley Atwell (CAPTAIN AMERICA).
Sundance Channel is pleased to announced our newest scripted project: RESTLESS, a two-part original miniseries slated to premiere December 2012 and starring Hayley Atwell (above; CAPTAIN AMERICA), Rufus Sewell (Pillars of the Earth), Michelle Dockery (Downton Abbey), Michael Gambon (Page Eight) and Charlotte Rampling (MELANCHOLIA). Celebrated contemporary British novelist William Boyd penned both the book and the script, which depicts the thrilling story of a daughter who discovers that her mother was recruited as a spy during World War II.
After a stint of experimental flops – 2001′s STORYTELLING and PALINDROMES in 2004 – writer/director Todd Solondz’s latest film, LIFE DURING WARTIME, marks a return to the familiar world of HAPPINESS, his successful 1998 follow up to his break out film WELCOME TO THE DOLLHOUSE. HAPPINESS revolves around a family of three sisters: Helen, a successful, jaded writer, Trish, a Mrs. Cleaver type in pleated khakis and Joy, a frizzy-haired, soft-spoken, flower child screw up. Perversion and pedophilia, two of Solondz’s all-time favorite themes, are hard at work here, whether it’s Philip Seymour-Hoffman’s character jerking off to calls to random women in the phone book or Trish’s husband Bill, the unsuspecting nebbish (Dylan Baker) who rapes his son’s friend from little league.
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