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Strand Releasing has acquired all U.S. rights to Elisabeth Subrin’s debut feature film “A Woman, A Part,” starring Maggie Siff, Variety has learned exclusively.

The drama had its world premiere in competition at the Rotterdam International Festival and later screened at BAMcinemafest.

Siff, whose credits include AMC’s “Mad Men,” FX’s “Sons of Anarchy” and Showtime’s “Billions,” portrays a successful TV actress at a professional and personal crossroads who abruptly walks off the set of her mind-numbing TV series and tells her manager (played by Khandi Alexander) that she wants to quit acting, which would result in a career-destroying lawsuit. She returns to New York to reconnect with lost friends from an avant-garde theater troupe — portrayed by Cara Seymour and John Ortiz — in search of lost love.

Producers are Scott Macaulay and Shrihari Sathe. Strand worked previously with Macaulay on “First Love, Last Rites,” directed by Jesse Peretz, which Macaulay produced with partner Robin O’Hara.

Subrin is a visual artist and filmmaker who made experimental films such as “Shulie” and visual art installations like “Sweet Ruin” and “Lost Tribes.”

Speculative Pictures Production is the production company in association with Durga Entertainment and Infinitum Productions. Siff is an executive producer with Ahsan Zaman.

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Good news, guys! Showtime is releasing the first episode of Billions Season 2 on demand on February 10th, a week before it’s set to premiere. You should be able to find the episode here. Thanks, Showtime!

Okay, folks, here we go! Showtime is putting 1st ep of 2nd season of @SHO_Billions on demand a wk early, Feb 10! https://t.co/7wj1g6yzeR

— Brian Koppelman (@briankoppelman) February 8, 2017

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The cast and crew of #Billions will be LIVE in NYC for #PaleyLive THIS Monday. Get your tix here and be there: https://t.co/fgbiiMDqLY pic.twitter.com/uw7T9gxv4j

— Billions (@SHO_Billions) December 1, 2016

It’s not every television series that concludes its first season with references to a minor-key classic Francis Ford Coppola film, Randian economics, and the punk band Titus Andronicus, but Showtime’s Billions is a breed apart—a complex drama about ego and obsession filtered through the world of New York high finance. Dubbed by the New York Times as a “12-round, bare-knuckled brawl fought by men with manicured hands,” the series, about to enter its second season, centers on U.S. Attorney Chuck Rhoades’s (Paul Giamatti) zealous pursuit of ridiculously wealthy financier Bobby “Axe” Axelrod (Damian Lewis), and on Chuck’s wife Wendy (Maggie Siff), who is caught in the middle.

Join us for a sneak peek at season two and a chat with members of the cast (Paul Giamatti, “Chuck Rhoades”, Damian Lewis, “Bobby Axelrod”, Maggie Siff, “Wendy Rhoades, M.D.”, Malin Åkerman, “Lara Axelrod”, David Costabile, “Mike “Wags” Wagner”, Condola Rashād, “Kate Sacker”, Toby Leonard Moore, “Bryan Connerty”) and creative team (Brian Koppelman, Showrunner and David Levien, Showrunner).

The panel will take place this Monday, December 5th, 2016, at 6:30ET in New York.

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Today, on #GivingTuesday, hear from board member, actress Maggie Siff of @SHO_Billions and @SonsofAnarchy: https://t.co/Uc5HiWTffB

— Drama Club (@DramaClubNYC) November 29, 2016

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Congratulations to #MaggieSiff on her @SatelliteAwards Nomination for #Billions! pic.twitter.com/64NGCh5uZl

— Billions (@SHO_Billions) November 29, 2016

Our beloved Maggie Siff has been nominated for a Satellite Award for Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture made for Television. Other nominees include Lena Headey, Maura Tierney, Olivia Colman and Rhea Seehorn. Best wishes and lots of luck to all the nominees, but especially our girl.

The International Press Academy will hand out its awards on Feb. 19th, the same night as the Billions Season 2 Premiere.

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According to a recent Facebook post, it appears that ‘A Woman, a Part’ will be one of the movies screened during this year’s 25th Annual Philadelphia Film Festival.

Very happy to announce A WOMAN, A PART’s Philadelphia premiere in competition at The 25th Philadelphia Film Festival on Friday, October 21. Please spread the word!

‘A Woman, a Part’ will be shown Friday, October 21st at 6:35 PM at the Ritz East B Theater, and on Sunday October 29th at 9:10 PM at the Prince Theater, according to the Film Festival’s Program.

Information can be found here as well as their Facebook page. And the link the the program for the festival can be located here. According to the site, tickets available to the public go on sale on October 5th.

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