Films & TV
WE DON'T BELONG HERE
Starring: Catherine Keener, Cary Elwes, Anton Yelchin, Maya Rudolph, Riley Keough, Annie Starke
Director: Peer Pederson
Screenwriter: Peer Pederson
Producers: Adam Gibs, Michael Kristoff, Annelise Dekker, Roger Puggliese
Status: Post Production
Nancy Green (Keener) is a matriarch who is pushed to her tipping point over the disappearance of her son, Maxwell (Yelchin). Elwes portrays Frank Harper, a local bookstore owner who has a dark past connected to the family.
THE ART OF MORE
Starring: Dennis Quaid, Cary Elwes, Kate Bosworth and Christian Cooke
Screenwriters: Gardner Stone, Chuck Rose
Producers: Lawrence Mark, Gary Fleder, Dennis Quaid, Gardner Stone, Chuck Rose
Crackle's first drama series explores the underbelly — and surprisingly cutthroat world — of premium auction houses, filled with hustlers, smugglers, power mongers and collectors of the beautiful and the bizarre. Elwes plays Arthur Davenport, a shrewd and eccentric world-class collector of art and illegal antiquities.
ELVIS & NIXON
Starring: Kevin Spacey, Michael Shannon
Director: Liza Johnson
Screenwriters: Cary Elwes, Joey Sagal & Hanala Sagal
Producers: Cassian Elwes, Jerry Schilling, Holly Wiersma
Status: Release date: April 15th
Amazon's first feature is based on a true story about the historic meeting
between Elvis Presley (Shannon) and President Richard Nixon (Spacey) on December 21st, 1970.
Starring: Nick Robinson, Common, Cary Elwes, Susan Misner, Morgan Saylor and Devon Bostick
Director: Rob Reiner
Screenwriters: Nick Reiner and Matt Elisofon
Producers: Johnson Chan, Simon Goldberg, Rob Reiner, Stephanie Rennie
Status: Selected TIFF
Charlie (Robinson) is a troublesome 18-year-old who breaks out of a youth drug treatment clinic. But when he returns home, he's given an intervention by his parents (Elwes and Misner) and forced into rehab.
Starring: Jason Momoa, Cary Elwes, Drew Roy, Shane Coffey, Haley Webb, Melora Walters
Director: Richard Gray
Screenwriter: Abe Pogos
Producers: Michele Davis-Gray, John Garrett, Richard Gray, Jaime Houge, Virginia Kay
Status: Post Production
Two brothers (Roy and Coffey), down on their luck and one owing money to a local thug (Momoa), fake a disappearance in the Alaskan wilderness so they'll have a survival story to sell. But the hoax turns out to be more than they planned for when the town sheriff (Elwes) starts to suspect something.