Maudie

"A stellar, warmly persuasive starring turn by Sally Hawkins as crippled, self-taught painter Maud Lewis is the raison d'etre of Maudie. "
- Todd McCarthy, The Hollywood Reporter
"Sally Hawkins in her best role yet."
- Roger Ebert
"The true story of Canadian folk artist Maud Lewis, boasts a powerful, Oscar-worthy performance by Sally Hawkins."
- The Wrap
"This year`s first Oscar-worthy performance from Sally Hawkins and Ethan Hawke. One of the year`s best films"
- Scene Creek

Synopsis

Academy Award nominees Sally Hawkins (Happy-Go-Lucky, Blue Jasmine) and Ethan Hawke star in the true story of Maud Lewis, who overcame the physical challenge of juvenile rheumatoid arthritis to become one of Canada’s premier folk artists.
Original Languages: English
Genre: Drama
Running Time: 115 min.
Year: 2016

CREDITS

CAST
Sally Hawkins (Maudie Lewis)
Ethan Hawke (Everett Lewis)
Gabrielle Rose (Aunt Ida)
Billy MacLellan (Frank)
Zachary Bennett (Charles)
Kari Matchett (Sandra)
DIRECTED BY
Aisling Walsh

TRAILER


PHOTOS

Sally Hawkins as Maud Lewis. Photo by Duncan Deyoung, Courtesy of Mongrel Media.
Ethan Hawke and Sally Hawkins in Maudie. After their wedding, Maud is pure happiness and Everett is his usual stoic self. Photo credit: DUNCAN DEYOUNG.
Ethan Hawke as Everett Lewis and Sally Hawkins as Maud Lewis. Photo by Duncan Deyoung, Courtesy of Mongrel Media.
Ethan Hawke as Everett Lewis. Photo by Duncan Deyoung, Courtesy of Mongrel Media.
Sally Hawkins as Maud Lewis and Ethan Hawke as Everett Lewis. Photo by Duncan Deyoung, Courtesy of Mongrel Media.
Ethan Hawke as Everett Lewis. Photo by Duncan Deyoung, Courtesy of Mongrel Media.
Sally Hawkins as Maud Lewis. Photo by Duncan Deyoung, Courtesy of Mongrel Media.
Sally Hawkins as Maud Lewis. Photo by Duncan Deyoung, Courtesy of Mongrel Media.
Aisling Walsh. Courtesy of Mongrel Media
Courtesy of Mongrel Media.
Kari Matchett as Sandra. Photo by Duncan Deyoung, Courtesy of Mongrel Media.
“Oxen with Logs” by Maud Lewis. Courtesy of the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, all rights reserved.
“Three Black Cats” by Maud Lewis. Courtesy of the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, all rights reserved.