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Certified Fresh


ANY DAY NOW is 79% Certified Fresh!




Any Day Now trailer


Winner of an unprecedented 13 Audience Awards

  • Audience Award – 17th Canberra International Film Festival,  Australia
  • Audience Award – 14th Mezipatra Queer Film Festival, Brno, Czech Republic
  • Audience Award – 2013 Chichester International Film Festival, UK
  • Audience Award – 2013 Gaze International LGBT Film Festival, Dublin
  • Best Picture – Generator +18 Category – 2013 Giffoni Film Festival
  • Audience Award – Best Narrative Feature -­ 2012 Tribeca Film Festival
  • Audience Choice Award -­ 2012 Chicago International Film Festival
  • Golden Space Needle Awards – Best Film & Best Actor – 2012 Seattle Film Festival Audience Award
  • Golden Key Award, Best Actor & Audience Award – Best Narrative Feature -­ 2012 Key West Film Festival
  • Audience Award, Best Narrative Feature -­ 2012 Woodstock Film Festival
  • Best Narrative Feature – 2012 Outfest Film Festival Grand Jury Award, Best Actor – 2012 Outfest Film Festival
  • Audience Award – Best Narrative Feature – 2012 Provincetown International Film Festival
  • Audience Awards – Best Narrative Feature & Best Actor -­ 2012 Napa Valley Film Festival



Inspired by a true story from the late 1970s and touching on legal & social issues that are as relevant today as they were 35 years ago, ANY DAY NOW is a powerful tale of love, acceptance and family. When a teenager with Down syndrome is abandoned by his mother, a gay couple takes him in and becomes the loving family he’s never had. But when their unconventional living arrangement is discovered by authorities, the men are forced to fight a biased legal system to save the life of the child they have come to love as their own.




Alan Cumming – Rudi

Garret Dillahunt – Paul

Isaac Leyva – Marco

Francis Fisher – judge Meyerson

Gregg Henry – Lambert



Director: Travis Fine 

Writers: George Arthur Bloom, Travis Fine

Producers: Travis Fine, Kristine Hofstetter Fine, Liam Finn, Chip Hourihan

Executive Producers: Maxine Makover, Anne O’Shea, Dan Skahen, Wayne LaRue Smith



[Alan Cumming] gives a floodlight-bright performance as a drag artist”- Ryan Gilbey, The Guardian

 “my cheeks are soaked with tears after watching the brilliant Any Day Now – absolutely stunning”-Stephen Fry

“Alan Cumming delivers his best performance to date”Variety

“Alan Cumming is effervescent, it’s the performance of his career”, “A heart-wrenching and deeply important film”, “Fearless, gripping and soulful” Helen Cox, Film4

“Alan Cumming gives a heartfelt performance layered with wit, sass and raw emotion“, “Fired by a righteous anger, Any Day Now is a poignant tale of prejudice and a distinguished addition to a fresher wave of gay cinema like Weekend and Keep The Lights On”Allan Hunter, The List, Daily Express

“engaging and emotive” Time Out London

“there’s no denying the power of Cumming, Leyva and Dillahunt’s Performances”  – Tom Long, The Detroit News

“Cumming is the linchpin, and the actor does an exceptional job of moving across the vast galaxy of universal emotions about partners and parenthood. He takes us to the heart of the matter in ways that matter most.” –  Betsy Sharkey, Los Angeles Times

“Cumming is wonderful” – Farran Smith Neheme,  New York Post

“The (Alan Cumming) blazing performance it distills, conveys so ferocious a mixture of desire, hurt, defiance, courage, neediness and reckless abandon that it makes everyone else seem cowardly.” Steven Holden, The New York Times

“Travis Fine’s true-life story from the 1970s is as ruthless a tear-jerker as we have seen in many a year”  – Donald Clarke Irish Times


USA | 97 minutes | Dolby 5.1

US Distributor: Music Box Films

to Yuji Sadai and the team at Bitter’s End in Japan for making the film [re-titled CHOCOLATE DONUT] such a hit there- grossing over US$2m to-date; spent 10 weeks on the Limited Release Charts since it’s release April 19 2014, including 3 weeks at No.1. ANY DAY NOW was the 2nd biggest limited release film of 2014 in Japan after BLUE JASMINE. Only the large exhibition chains like Toho release information to Box Office Mojo etc.. the small theatre chains do not.


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