Five-time Emmy-winning television and film star and Tony-nominated Broadway actor KELSEY GRAMMER (Frasier, Cheers, X-Men, Finding Neverland) is set to appear at the 4th Annual Louisiana International Film Festival in Baton Rouge. The critically-acclaimed and beloved actor will be on hand to help present his latest film BREAKING THE BANK.
A comedic farce set in the world of high finance from director Vadim Jean, BREAKING THE BANK stars Grammer as the hapless chairman of Tuftons, a family-run English bank. With powerful and morally bankrupt U.S. and Japanese investment banks circling Tuftons, it is up to Grammer’s bumbling Sir Charles Bunbury (with the acclaimed actor sporting a convincing British accent) to fend off this ruthless takeover and save his 200-year-old bank. The film co-stars John Michael Higgins (The Breakup, Best in Show) and Tamsin Greig (Shaun of the Dead).
BREAKING THE BANK will screen at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, April 15 at Cinemark Perkins Rowe. Individual film tickets and festival passes are for sale online at lifilmfest.org.
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Lauded by the likes of Variety, IndieWire and Hollywood Reporter, LIFF again brings a spirited and eclectic mix of world-class moviemaking-from acclaimed independent narratives and documentaries, to big budget studio pictures, and the best of international film.
LIFF 2016 features more than 50 films, plus live music, DJs, catering from some of the best restaurants in Baton Rouge, parties, industry workshops, and much more.
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