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Any Day Now

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Overview

Winner of 10 Audience Awards at film festivals around the country and starring the amazing Alan Cumming, Any Day Now is a powerful tale of love, acceptance and family. When a teenager with Down syndrome (Isaac Leyva) is abandoned by his mother, a gay couple (Alan Cumming and Garret Dillahunt) takes him in and becomes the loving family he’s never had. But when their unconventional living arrangement is discovered by authorities, the men are forced to fight a biased legal system to save the life of the child they have come to love as their own. Inspired by a true story from the late 1970s, Any Day Now touches on legal and social issues that are as relevant today as they were 35 years ago.

Reactions, Awards & Festivals

"Powerful"

JOHN HARTL

THE SEATTLE TIMES

"One of the season's hidden treasures."

MARSHALL FINE

THE HUFFINGTON POST

Critics' Pick! “...an outraged, unblinking depiction of institutionalized homophobia...”

STEPHEN HOLDEN

THE NEW YORK TIMES

"Cumming is the linchpin, and the actor does an exceptional job of moving across the vast galaxy of universal emotions about partners and parenthood."

BETSY SHARKEY

LOS ANGELES TIMES

"Cumming’s performance [is] a perfect balance of flamboyance, humanity, vulnerability, paternal love and righteous anger...it's the best work he's done to date."

DAVID FEAR

TIME OUT NEW YORK

"Dillahunt has chilling realistic moments that make you feel the actual discrimination in the air."

DAVID D'ARCY

SCREEN INTERNATIONAL

“Powerful! Superb! Depictions of custody battles have become a cinematic staple, but few register with the heartfelt emotion of Any Day Now."

FRANK SCHECK

HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

“Alan Cumming delivers what is possibly his best performance to date.”

BOYD VAN HOEIJ

PHILADELPHIA INQUIERIER

“Cumming and Dillahunt create characters that are as memorable as they are moving.”

CARRIE RICKEY

NPR

“It would take a heart of stone to resist Any Day Now..."

ELLA TAYLOR

NEXT

“Packs a powerful, timely and ultimately heartbreaking message.”

DAN HECHING

Winner! Chicago International Film Festival 2012 - Audience Award for Best Feature

Winner! Seattle International Film Festival 2012 - Audience Award for Best Actor Award (Alan Cumming)

Winner! Seattle International Film Festival 2012 - Audience Award for Best Feature

Winner! Tribeca Film Festival 2012 - Audience Award for Best Feature

Winner! Outfest 2012 - Audience Award for Best Feature

Winner! Outfest 2012 - Best Actor Award (Alan Cumming)

Winner! Provincetown International Film Festival 2012 - Audience Award for Best Feature

Winner! Woodstock Film Festival 2012 - Audience Award for Best Feature

Winner! Napa Valley Film Festival 2012 - Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature

Winner! Napa Valley Film Festival 2012 - Audience Award for Best Actor (Alan Cumming)

Winner! Key West Film Festival 2012 - Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature

Winner! GLAAD Media Awards 2013 - Outstanding Film - Limited Release

Cast & Crew
  • Rudy Donatello : Alan Cumming
  • Paul Fleiger : Garret Dillahunt
  • Marco Deleon : Isaac Leyva
  • Judge Meyerson : Frances Fisher
  • Lambert : Gregg Henry
  • DA Wilson : Chris Mulkey
  • Lonnie Washington : Don Franklin
  • Miss Fleming : Kelli Williams
  • Marianna Deleon : Jamie Ann Allman
  • Director : Travis Fine
  • Writers : Travis Fine, George Arthur Bloom
  • Producers : Travis Fine, Kristine Hostetter Fine, Chip Hourihan, Liam Finn
  • Executive Producers : Maxine Makover, Anne O'Shea, Wayne LaRue Smith, Dan Skahen
  • Director of Photography : Rachel Morrison
  • Film Editor : Tom Cross
  • Original Music By : Joey Newman
  • Music Supervisor : PJ Bloom
Technical Info
  • Production Year : 2012
  • Release Date : 12/14/12
  • Countries of Production : USA
  • Languages : English
  • Running Time : 97 Minutes
  • Screen Ratio : 2.35:1
  • Sound : Dolby Digital
  • Color : Color
  • Rating : R For Sexual Content, Language, and Some Drug Use
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DVD/Blu-Ray Special Features

Making of Documentary

Interview with Alan Cumming

Theatrical Trailer

English Subtitles