Something, Anything

Top 25 Debut Features - 2015 IndieWire Int’l Critics’ Poll

A New York Times Critics’ Pick

A work of...simple, unforgettable beauty.
    - Michał Oleszczyk,

A remarkable film...SOMETHING, ANYTHING is the rare film that gently asks the big questions, then gives us space, and room. Essential Viewing.
    - Matthew Dessem, The Dissolve

Emotionally ambitious...a lovely, low-key performance from [Ashley] Shelton.
    - Jeannette Catsoulis, The New York Times

Marks a quietly assured debut feature for writer-director Paul Harrill.
    - Justin Chang, Variety

Written & Directed by Paul Harrill
Produced by Ashley Maynor

When a tragedy shatters her plans for domestic bliss, a seemingly typical Southern newlywed gradually transforms into a spiritual seeker, quietly threatening the closest relationships around her. 

One of ten projects selected in 2013 for IFP's Narrative Lab, the debut feature from award-winning filmmaker Paul Harrill is both a meditative character study and an unconventional romance.

89 minutes 2014