Actress Rachel Brosnahan is helping to evoke an entire community’s reflection on not only the relationships between its neighbors, but also each individual’s own personality. That contemplation is highlighted in the debut poster and stills from the upcoming drama, ‘Change in the Air.’ The reflective and thought-provoking movie marks the feature film directorial debut of script supervisor, Dianne Dreyer.
Producer Benjamin Cox’s Red Square Pictures is currently in post-production on ‘Change in the Air,’ which is coming soon. The production company produced the drama, in association with M.Y.R.A. Entertainment, Fish Hook Media and Home Plate Pictures. Dreyer, Audra Gorman, Margarethe Baillou and Allan Neuwirth are serving as executive producers on the movie, which was written by Audra Gorman. Kevin Iwashina and Preferred Content are repping sales on the film.
In addition to Brosnahan, ‘Change in the Air’ also stars Mary Beth Hurt, Aidan Quinn; Oscar winner, Olympia Dukakis; Grammy Award winner, Macy Gray’ Peter Gerety and M. Emmet Walsh. The drama follows a beguiling young woman, Wren (Brosnahan), as she moves into a quiet neighborhood. Her arrival awakens the community, and brings people face to face with their secrets and, ultimately, themselves.