[12/28/12 - 09:40 AM]
Ovation Rings in 2013 with a Full Slate of Series, Documentaries and Films
Highlights include "Manet: The Man Who Invented Modern Art," "Dance School: Juilliard," "The Scapegoat" and "Who The #$&% is Jackson Pollock."

[11/26/12 - 10:24 AM]
Ovation Sees Double with the U.S. Premiere of "The Scapegoat" on Tuesday, January 22
Matthew Rhys, Alice Orr-Ewing, Andrew Scott, Jodhi May, Sylvie Testud, Sheridan Smith and Dame Eileen Atkins star in the film.

telefilm/mini-series in the can
(from Ovation's press release, November 2012) It's been said that everyone has a doppelgänger out there somewhere, so imagine if you found yours and you could step right into his life without anyone knowing. On January 22, Ovation will invite viewers into the strange and provocative world of John Standing, a man who did just that . . . with fatal consequences. Ovation, the only network devoted to artists and every kind of artistic expression, will air the U.S. premiere of THE SCAPEGOAT, a riveting two-hour film starring Matthew Rhys (The Americans, Brothers & Sisters) on Tuesday, January 22, 2013 at 8:00 pm ET. Based on the novel by Daphne du Maurier, THE SCAPEGOAT also stars Alice Orr-Ewing, Andrew Scott (Sherlock), Jodhi May (Emma), Sylvie Testud (La Vie en Rose), Sheridan Smith (Hysteria) and Dame Eileen Atkins (Cranford, Cold Mountain). Set in 1952 as Great Britain prepares for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth, we meet "John Standing" (played by Rhys) who teaches Greek in a shabby prep school until he is unceremoniously dismissed. Deciding to use his time to embark on an adventure, he heads out by train to explore the continent. On a stop-over, he meets his mirror image in a bar, and although unnerved , he spends a night getting to know "Johnny," a man of privilege who longs to escape his responsibilities.
· Alice Orr-Ewing
· Andrew Scott
· Dame Eileen Atkins
· Jodhi May
· Matthew Rhys as John Standing
· Sheridan Smith
· Sylvie Testud
· Charles Sturridge as WRTR/DIR
· Daphne du Maurier as BOOK
· Dominic Minghella as EP
· Sarah Beardsall as EP
· based on a book
· mow
· Island Pictures