Star Trek actress Lydia Wilson will be present at the Dutch film festival in Utrecht
Photo: NU.nl/Rens van Velsen
Actress Lydia Wilson, known from the Star Trek movie Beyond, is coming to the Netherlands Film Festival. She is a Sunday to be present at the premiere of the new film Love Is Thicker Than Water from director Ate de Jong.
That has the NFF announced Monday. Wilson plays in the film Vida, a London woman who is a descendant of a wealthy Jewish family. She falls in love with a working class lad Arthur, but their relationship is severely tested when their families meet each other for the first time to meet. The Dutch director Ate de Jong (The Bombing), was the film last year in the United Kingdom.
Wilson played in the latest installment in the Star Trek series, which earlier this year in the cinemas turned, the mysterious Kalara which captain Kirk asks her people to help. Also, she was previously seen alongside Rachel McAdams in the romantic comedy About Time. Wilson received last year, an Olivier nomination for her performance in the play, Charles III.
The premiere of Love Is Thicker Than Water is accessible to the public. There are still tickets available. The Netherlands Film Festival Wednesday, will start with the world premiere of the film adaptation of the book The Hero of Jessica Durlacher.