Teen actress Bianca D’Ambrosio, whose credits include Amazon’s “The Bay”, Lionsgate’s “Fear of Rain”, and “Lady of the Manor", joins Elizabeth Banks, Sigourney Weaver, Kate Mara, and WunmiMosaku in“Call Jane”,a women’s rights drama directed by “Carol” screenwriter, Phyllis Nagy.
The movie is based on “The Blacklist” script by writers Hayley Schore and Roshan Sethi. The movie production, led by Robbie Brenner (“Dallas Buyers Club”), along with Kevin McKeon, David Wulf, and Lee Broda, started this week.
The women’s rights drama is about Joy, a traditional 1960s housewife who unexpectedly falls pregnant. She then finds the Janes, an underground abortion movement led by Virginia (Weaver). The group saves her life and gives her a sense of purpose, that is, to help other women take control of their destinies. Joy’s role is played by Banks, while Lanais played by Mara.The daughter of Lana, Erin, is played by D’Ambrosio.
D’Ambrosiocan also be seen alongside Katherine Heigl and Harry Connick Jr. in “Fear of Rain” and is set to appear in feature films “Lady of the Manor” and “Slapface”. She will also lead the upcoming series “They A”.
D’Ambrosio started performing at the age of three alongside twin sister Chiara D’Ambrosio as Summer Newman in the "Young and the Restless”. They have also appeared in Nickelodeon’s “Nicky, Ricky, Dicky, & Dawn”, “See Dad Run”, “Criminal Minds”, and “Parks and Recreation”.
They also won a Gracie Award for their anti-bullying music video, “Let Your Light Shine,” which was screened at more than30 international film festivals, winning Best Video 11 times. Visit here: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm3090925/
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