Loving Solarmovie

Loving (2016)


The story of Richard and Mildred Loving, an interracial couple, whose challenge of their anti-miscegenation arrest for their marriage in Virginia led to a legal battle that would end at the US Supreme Court.

Loving Solarmovie
Solarmovie Score: 6.7/10 from 571 votes
Release Date: 2016-11-04
Status: Released
Run time: 123 min / 2:3
Production Studio : Big Beach, Raindog Films
Production Countries: United Kingdom, United States of America


Joel Edgerton
as Richard Loving
Ruth Negga
as Mildred Loving
Marton Csokas
as Sheriff Brooks
Nick Kroll
as Bernie Cohen
Michael Shannon
as Grey Villet
Bill Camp
as Frank Beazley
Sharon Blackwood
as Lola Loving
Alano Miller
as Raymond Green
Terri Abney
as Garnet Jetter
David Jensen
as Judge Bazile
Jon Bass
as Phil Hirschkop
Christopher Mann
as Theoliver Jeter
Winter-Lee Holland
as Musiel Byrd-Jeter
Michael Abbott Jr.
as Deputy Cole
Chris Greene
as Percy Fortune
Will Dalton
as Virgil
Matt Malloy
as Chet Antieau
Andrene Ward-Hammond
as Laura
D.L. Hopkins
as Alex
Jennifer Joyner
as Hope Ryden
Lance Lemon
as Cousin Davis
Marquis Adonis Hazelwood
as Cousin Gerald
Brenan Young
as Older Sydney
Dalyn Cleckley
as Older Donald
Quinn McPherson
as Older Peggy
Jevin Crochrell
as Middle Sidney
Jordan Williams Jr.
as Middle Donald
Georgia Crawford
as Middle Peggy
Micah Claiborne
as Toddler Sydney
Devin Cleckley
as Baby Sydney
Pryor Ferguson
as Infant Sydney
Karen Vicks
as Clara - Cashier
Scott Wichmann
as Reporter #1
Benjamin Loeh
as Construction Worker
Bridget Gethins
as Court Secretary
Mark Huber
as Store Pedestrian
Smith Harrison
as Reporter / Supreme Court
James Matthew Poole
as Drag Race Spectator
Coley Campany
as Secretary
Sheri Lahris
as Secretary
Jordan Dickey
as Construction Worker
Coby Batty
as Telephone Man
Chris Condetti
as Drag Race Spectator / Bar Patron
Logan J. Woolfolk
as Richard's Racing Crew
Robert Haulbrook
as County Clerk
Keith Tyree
as Bricklayer
James Nevins
as Spectator
W. Keith Scott
as Prisoner
Tom Lancaster
as Photojournalist
Lonnie M Henderson
as Street Walker
Brian Thomas Wise
as Court Audience Member
Ken Holliday
as Drag Race Spectator
Terry Menefee Gau
as Antieau's Secretary
Marc Anthony Lowe
as Driver
Jay SanGiovanni
as Racetrack Spectator
Tyrell Ford
as D.C Teen
James Atticus Abebayehu
as Baby Boy #1
Jim D. Johnston
as Phil's Dad
Derick Newson
Miles Hopkins
as Boarding House Boy
Kenneth William Clarke
as Construction Worker
Robert Furner
as Reporter
Victoria Chavatel Jimison
as Secretary
Darrick Claiborne
as Field Hand / Drag Strip Attendee / Shot Gun Shack Attendee (uncredited)
Raymond H. Johnson
as Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)


Production Francine Maisler Casting
Production Peter Saraf Producer
Production Marc Turtletaub Producer
Production Colin Firth Producer
Production Sarah Green Producer
Editing Julie Monroe Editor
Directing Jeff Nichols Director
Writing Jeff Nichols Writer
Camera Adam Stone Director of Photography
Art Chad Keith Production Design
Sound David Wingo Original Music Composer
Production Nancy Buirski Producer
Art Adam Willis Set Decoration
Production Brian Kavanaugh-Jones Executive Producer
Art Jonathan Guggenheim Art Direction
Production Jared Ian Goldman Executive Producer
Production Jack Turner Executive Producer
Costume & Make-Up Erin Benach Costume Design
Camera Ben Rothstein Still Photographer
Directing Jean-Paul Chreky Script Supervisor
Production Ged Doherty Producer
Sound Lauren Mikus Music Supervisor
Production Will Greenfield Co-Producer
Production Oge Egbuono Associate Producer