Alfred Molina To Make Directorial Debut On ‘Lilian’

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Alfred Molina To Make Directorial Debut On ‘Lilian’
Exclusive: Alfred Molina has been set to make his feature directorial debut on Lilian, an adaptation of the Jill Gascoine novel. Amy Lowe Starbin (Kelly and Cal) is writing the script. The indie film is being backed by Cannonball Productions.

The plan is to begin production in Los Angeles in the fall, with Sean Hanish and Paul Jaconi-Biery producing through their Cannonball Productions banner. It will be executive produced by Kelly Kahl, Molina and Derek Beamer.

The film focuses on Jessica, who survives a battle with cancer, leaves her husband and grown children in England to visit a friend in the United States, in hopes of rediscovering the joy of life. Once there, she unexpectedly finds herself falling in love with another woman.

While Molina has been a stalwart actor in Boogie Nights to Feud, Frida and many other productions, he has always kept an eye on the directors chair,
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