“THREE BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE EBBING, MISSOURI”
Graham Broadbent, Pete Czernin and Martin McDonagh



Director & Writer: Martin McDonagh
Producers: Graham Broadbent, Pete Czernin and Martin McDonagh
Cinematography: Ben Davis
Editor: Jon Gregory
Composer: Carter Burwell
Distributor: Fox Searchlight Pictures
Release Date: November 10, 2017
Run-time: 115 minutes


FILM SYNOPSIS: Several months after the rape and murder of her teenage daughter, Mildred Hayes is so furious that the case remains unsolved that she commissions three billboards questioning the town’s respected sheriff. The prickly Mildred’s actions escalate tensions throughout the town, provoking intense reactions from all involved.


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GRAHAM BROADBENT
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PETE CZERNIN
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FRANCES McDORMAND
“Mildred Hayes”


CHARACTER SYNOPSIS: Frances McDormand portrays Mildred, a grieving mother who devises a provocative method to motivate the police investigating the unsolved murder of her daughter.


FRANCES McDORMAND
YEAR FILM AWARD CATEGORY
1988 (61st) “Mississippi Burning” Nominated Best Actress in a Supporting Role
1996 (69th) “Fargo” Won Best Actress in a Leading Role
2000 (73rd) “Almost Famous” Nominated Best Actress in a Supporting Role
2005 (78th) “North Country” Nominated Best Actress in a Supporting Role



WOODY HARRELSON
“William ‘Bill’ Willoughby”


CHARACTER SYNOPSIS: Woody Harrelson portrays Willoughby, a well-liked sheriff heading a stalled murder investigation who is also burdened by a devastating personal issue.


WOODY HARRELSON
YEAR FILM AWARD CATEGORY
1996 (69th) “The People Vs. Larry Flynt” Nominated Best Actor in a Leading Role
2009 (82nd) “The Messenger” Nominated Best Actor in a Supporting Role



SAM ROCKWELL
“Jason Dixon”


CHARACTER SYNOPSIS: As Dixon, Sam Rockwell plays a racist deputy determined to support the beleaguered sheriff, although his own unprofessional behavior threatens his standing on the force.


SAM ROCKWELL
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JON GREGORY
Editor


JON GREGORY
NONE



CARTER BURWELL
Composer


CARTER BURWELL
YEAR FILM AWARD CATEGORY
2015 (88th) “Carol” Nominated Best Original Score



MARTIN MCDONAGH
Screenwriter


MARTIN MCDONAGH
YEAR FILM AWARD CATEGORY
2005 (78th) “Six Shooter” Won Best Live Action Short
2008 (81st) “In Bruges” Nominated Best Original Screenplay



BLU-RAY

VIEWED: Thursday
March 1st, 2018

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