Amy Jo Johnson’s sophomore feature, Tammy’s Always Dying, follows a working-class daughter as she cares for her alcoholic mother. Catherine “Cathy” MacDonald (Anastasia Phillips) works at a hotel bar to make ends meet. When she isn’t doing this, she is taking care of her alcoholic mother, Tammy (Felicity Huffman). It isn’t the best way to go about life but Cathy does her best. At the bar, Cathy has the freedom to be whoever she wants…"Toronto 2019: Tammy’s Always Dying"
Actress-turned-filmmaker Amy Jo Johnson spoke about her newest film, Tammy’s Always Dying, set to premiere during the Toronto International Film Festival. This interview took place last week–two days after National Power Rangers Day and the anniversary of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers premiere. It’s nice to talk to you again and happy belated National Power Rangers Day! Amy Jo Johnson: Is it really? It was on Wednesday. Amy Jo Johnson: Oh, I had no idea.…"Amy Jo Johnson talks Tammy’s Always Dying at TIFF"
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie has come to Blu-ray for the first time ever as a stand-alone edition from Shout! Factory. By the time the film came out, some of the original stars had already left the TV series. The film hit a historic note in that it was the first to not recycle footage from the series that inspired it. While I would certainly like to say that this film has held up, time…"Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie comes to Blu-Ray"
Amy Jo Johnson took some time earlier this week to speak with Solzy at the Movies about her new film, The Space Between. The film will screen as a part of the Super Host Tour at The Picture Show in Bloomingdale, Ill., on September 7, 2017. Thank you for joining Solzy at the Movies. How are things treating you? Amy Jo Johnson: Pretty good. It’s been quite busy but yeah, it’s good. You’re touring your…"Amy Jo Johnson talks The Space Between, Power Rangers"
The Space Between, Amy Jo Johnson’s directorial feature debut, is a coming-of-age comedy about a man’s search for meaning on what it means to be a father. Written and directed by Amy Jo Johnson, the film stars Michael Cram, Sonya Salomaa, Julia Sarah Stone, David Paetkau, Maria Ricossa, Johnson, Kristian Bruun, Jayne Eastwood, and Michael Ironside. Produced by Jessica Adams and Johnson, The Space Between wouldn’t have been able to be made without the help…"The Space Between: A Man’s Search for Meaning"