Karen Gillan\'s Directorial Debut Finds Distributor

AceShowbiz - "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle" star Karen Gillan's directorial debut has been picked up by bosses at The Orchard.

"The Party's Just Beginning" made its North American premiere at this year's Tribeca Film Festival, where it was one of the stand-out movies.

Welcome to the party. @karengillanofficial ‘s directorial debut @thepartysjustbeginningmovie heads to @orchfilms 🍊

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Shot in Gillan's native Inverness, Scotland, she spent 10 years developing the project, in which she stars as a young woman trying to come to terms with a recent loss.

The cast also includes Gillan's "Guardians of the Galaxy" castmate Lee Pace, Siobhan Redmond, and Jamie Quinn.

Bouncing off all the walls with excitement that my directorial debut film is getting released in the US this Fall through the brilliant @orchfilms THE PARTY'S JUST BEGINNING!!

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"I'm totally and completely thrilled to team up with The Orchard on my directorial debut," Gillan says. "I greatly admire the films that The Orchard put out into the world and I'm honoured to have 'The Party's Just Beginning' be one of them."

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