Mark Gatiss is an English actor, comedian, director, producer, screenwriter, and author. He is best known for playing ‘Mycroft Holmes’ in the British crime drama ‘Sherlock’ (2010 – present) and ‘Tycho Nestoris’ in the American fantasy drama show ‘Game of Thrones’ (2014 – 2017). He is also one of the members of the comedy team in ‘The League of Gentlemen’ (1999-2002, 2011), which he co-created and co-wrote. He made his acting debut in the TV show ‘Spaced’ (2001). His other TV shows include ‘Randall & Hopkirk’ (2001), ‘Nighty Night’ (2003 -2005), ‘Doctor Who’ (2007, 2011, 2017), ‘Psychoville’ (2008), ‘A History of Horror’(2010), ‘Being Human’ (2012), ‘London Spy’ (2015), and ‘Good Omens’ (2019). He has also appeared in films, such as ‘Birthday Girl’ (2001), ‘Match Point’ (2005), ‘Dad's Army’ (2016), ‘Denial’ (2016), and ‘The Favourite’ (2019).He will soon be seen in an upcoming series titled ‘Dracula’ and a film called ‘The Father.’
Interiors is a drama film which tells the story of an interior designer who decides to split up with her husband after decades of marriage. Their three daughters receive this news as a shock, and their lives start going out of control.
Julian Berniers returns to New Orleans with his young bride, Lily Prine, after his factory goes out of business. He is welcomed by his spinster sisters Carrie and Anna. Unfortunately, Carrie has incestuous desires for Julian and tricks Lily into betraying Julian. When Julian finds out the truth everybody abandons Carrie.
This American Western Drama film follows the story of its title character, a former rodeo star, who is released from jail after a decade. As he comes to terms with the huge cultural changes in the society around him, he strives to regain his former rodeo star glory.
The film is based on memoirs of Emmy-winning documentary filmmaker Barbara Gordon. Despite successful career and strong relationship, Barbara’s anxiety issues draw her to tranquilizers. As her dependency on drugs begins to cripple her life, drowning her in deep darkness, she struggles to find her inner strength and battles with debilitating addiction and withdrawal to get back her sanity.
Easy-going mailman Harry Johnson’s Aunt Beverly Payne is an eccentric wealthy woman who takes on the US IRS for erroneously charging her $190,000 in back taxes. When she dies of a heart attack while fighting, Harry takes up her cause, blaming her death on the IRS. He even crashes in the talk-show of IRS director, as his war with the bureaucracy gains momentum.
In this ‘Watergate Scandal’ satire, the Abbess of wealthy Abbey of Philadelphia dies before nominating Sister Alexandra as her successor. Alexandra, with two other Sisters, uses illegal conspiracies against rival, Sister Felicity, who is romantically involved with Father Thomas. When the continuing war between the Sisters creates public scandal, Holy See rules that the Order has no official connection to Roman Catholic Church.
Pete and Tillie, both in their middle-age, have their own sets of problems. Pete is constantly telling jokes to hide his insecurity while Tillie is still a virgin, too edgy to let herself go. Yet they meet, marry and have a son called Robbie. But there is a long way to go and tragedies to surmount before they can actually be together.
A planned freeway passes near a tiny Florida town of Ticlaw, which has a safari park as its only tourist attraction; however, the town is denied a freeway exit despite requests from its residents. The mayor, accompanied by the people of Ticlaw, goes all-out to convince the authorities, and they also do their best to attract a posse of diverse tourists.
A young orphan girl, who has been abducted by two evil persons seeking a precious diamond, sends a missive from Devil's Bayou, Louisiana, asking for help. It is found by Rescue Aid Society in New York City and two of its member mice volunteer to search for her. The story then goes on to describe how they rescue the girl, helped by other animals.
Geraldine Page Awards
|The Trip to Bountiful||Best Actress in a Leading Role||1986|
|Sweet Bird of Youth||Best Actress - Drama||1963|
|Summer and Smoke||Best Actress - Drama||1962|
|The Thanksgiving Visitor||Outstanding Single Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role||1969|
|ABC Stage 67||Outstanding Single Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Drama||1967|
|Interiors||Best Supporting Actress||1979|