Jordana Spiro’s Sundance winner NIGHT COMES ON opens in theaters and VOD on August 3rd

ON AUGUST 3, 2018
“Dominique Fishback is a quiet storm at the film’s center… A promising debut for director Jordana Spiro”
– Guy Lodge, Variety
“NIGHT COMES ON is the female revenge film we need right now”
– Anne Cohen, Refinery 29

“Profoundly compassionate… Fishback is a magnetic presence at the center of every scene”
– David Rooney, The Hollywood Reporter

“Couldn’t feel more heartfelt or right on”
– David Fear, Rolling Stone

“One of the very best directorial debuts… Neorealist storytelling working on a higher plane”
– Nick Allen,

NIGHT COMES ON is the powerful directorial debut from actress Jordana Spiro (Netflix’s Ozark) which had its world premiere at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival where it won the NEXT Innovator Award. The film is co-written by Angelica Nwandu, who is the founder of The Shade Room, and features breakthrough performances by two fast rising stars, Dominique Fishback (HBO’s The Deuce) and newcomer Tatum Marilyn Hall.

NIGHT COMES ON follows Angel LaMere (Dominique Fishback) as she is released from juvenile detention on the eve of her 18th birthday. Haunted by her past, Angel embarks on a journey with her 10 year-old sister (Tatum Marilyn Hall) to avenge her mother’s death.

** WINNER – NEXT Innovator Award – 2018 Sundance Film Festival **
** WINNER – Audience Award – 2018 Lighthouse International Film Festival **
** Official Selection – 2018 Rotterdam International Film Festival **
** Official Selection – 2018 San Francisco International Film Festival **

Directed by:                         Jordana Spiro
Written by:                           Angelica NwanduJordana Spiro
Cast:                                   Dominique FishbackTatum Marilyn HallLovie Marie AllenMax Casella
Genre:                                 Drama
Specs:                                 87 min
Distributor:                           Samuel Goldwyn Films

Release Date:                    August 3, 2018 – Opening in the theaters below as well as on digital/VOD
New York – Cinema Village
Los Angeles – Laemmle NoHo
Baltimore – Parkway Theatre
Atlanta – Plaza Theatre
Chicago – Facets
Cleveland – Tower City
Greensboro, NC – Red Cinema
Phoenix – Harkins Valley Art
Santa Fe – Jean Cocteau Cinema
Philadelphia – Roxy Theater
**Additional cities to follow