BAFTA Award nominee, Wunmi Mosaku stars in the film based on The Blacklist script by Hayley Schore and Roshan Sethi.

In the women’s rights, indie drama is set during the summer of 1968 and focuses on Joy a traditional 1960s housewife who unexpectedly falls pregnant. She then finds the Janes, an underground abortion movement led by Virginia. The group saves her life and gives her a sense of purpose: to help other women take control of their destinies.

Mosaku co-stars alongside Elizabeth Banks (Joy), Sigourney Weaver (Virginia), Kate Mara, and Rupert Friend as well as Chris Messina, Cory Michael Smith, Aida Turturro, and newcomer Grace Edwards.

Robbie Brenner, Kevin McKeon, and David Wulf, and Lee Broda produce and Michelle Campbell Mason, Schore, Sethi, Erica Kahn, Judy Bart, and Leal Naim, Thomas R. Burke will serve as executive producers.

Call Jane is now in production in Connecticut.

Mosaku who received critical acclaim for her role as Ruby Baptiste in HBO sci-fi Horror series Lovecraft Country recently received her second BAFA nomination for her role in Remi Weekes’ Netflix horror His House. She will next be seen in Disney & Marvel’s Loki series, set to premiere on June 11th. She is repped by Gersh and Principal in the U.S/, Scott Marshall Partners in the UK, and Ziffren Brittenham.