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Gillian Anderson has a new film set to premiere this Spring in Los Angeles at the Indian Film Festival. Sold tells the story of a girl who risks everything for freedom after being trafficked from a village in the mountains of Nepal to a brothel in India.
The film is directed by Jeffrey D. Brown and produced by Emma Thompson. It also stars David Arquette and Seema Biswas. Sold is adapted from the Patricia McCormick novel based on true events.
The Indian Film Festival runs April 8-13 at the ArcLight Hollywood. For more information on their full line up for this festival, please head over to their website.
Sold is also being show at other festivals throughout the country. For more festival dates and information please check here.
For more information about Sold, please check the Deadline article.
Last week, Gillian Anderson crashed Chris Carter's Reddit AMA, and in a week she'll be headed back for more. Mark your calendars because Gillian will be participating in her third Ask Me Anything session in the IAmA subreddit on March 13th at 3:30pm* ET.
With Hannibal having just premiered and the start of Crisis right around the corner, the actress has a whole lot to ask questions about. So if you're dying to know what she's been up to, or if you'd like to be the first one to get in a comment about "Bad Blood", you'll have your chance.
(*Due to daylight saving time, the r/IAmA sidebar says 2:30pm, but the official calendar says 3:30pm.)
The final round of Scully's Birthday Charity is just around the corner and some of the upcoming auctions had been kept a secret, until now. You will have a shot at owning these one-of-a-kind, amazing artworks by IDW graphic artists Carlos Valenzuela, menton3, and Michael Walsh plus the talented creations by Janca, Finja Wölfinger and Iris Coster.
The artworks were donated by the artists exclusively to this drive and have been autographed by Gillian Anderson and the artists themselves. All the collected funds will benefit SA-Yes and you can check out the listings STARTING ON MARCH 6TH at heART for Charity & X-Philantropy's Ebay pages. The previous rounds have been an astounding success so don't miss your chance to get your hands on one of these pieces and help out one great cause.
You can't go many places in the X-Files fandom without seeing her artwork. Worrynet is famous for her adorable Mulder and Scully cartoons, and today we're getting to know her a little bit better. Worry participated in the first heART for Charity auctions, and she is back again with two different pieces up for auction.
Hit the jump to learn all about Worrynet!