I also added better quality caps taken from 2011 movie ‘Dream House’. We had more of them, but the quality wasn’t as good as now.
When it comes to film festivals, there is arguably none more prestigious than the Cannes Film Festival. Each year, critics and the like descend on the south of France hoping to discover the classiest in cinema, which in turn can begin to fuel the impending Oscar speculation. 2015 likely will be no exception, as perhaps a few more Academy friendly projects than usual could wind up at Cannes. Sometime either this month or next, the fest will reveal the titles scheduled to play, so I wanted to get a head start and speculate a bit about what the festival could have in its lineup. Tribeca will be on my mind soon enough, but for now…Cannes gets my attention for the day.
Since there’s nothing really new in Rachelland, I thought I’ll upload some better quality screencaptures to ourl gallery and switch them with the old ones (if possible). I’m starting with ‘The Land Girls’.
Since we all are waitng for some ‘The Lobster’ news, I thought I’ll post this wonderful music video, to pass some time.
Just a glance at the lineup tells you the 2015 Sarasota Film festival will be the biggest one ever.
“We’re about two short of 280 films,” festival President Mark Famiglio said. “In past years we’ve been at about 220. So it’s dramatic.”
The differences aren’t just in the numbers.
“It’s qualitatively different,” Famiglio said. “There’s a new kind of staff at the festival this year.”
The festival, which runs April 10-19, was put together by Michael Dunaway, in his first year as director of programming, and an almost completely new programming staff.
Kathy Bates and Danny Glover are joining Rachel Weisz and Michael Shannon in director Joshua Marston’s first English-language feature, Variety has learned exclusively.
The untitled project from the “Maria Full of Grace” director was unveiled in November at the American Film Market with Protagonist handling international sales.
New York-based Parts & Labor (“Love Is Strange”) is the production company. Producers are Jay Van Hoy, Lucas Joaquin and Lars Knudsen.
Weisz will portray a guest introduced at a dinner party hosted by Shannon’s character — who increasingly believes he knows the guest by a different name and different biography.
Marston’s “Maria Full of Grace” won the Alfred Bauer Award at Berlin, and his “The Forgiveness of Blood” won the Silver Berlin Bear for best screenplay. He has also directed TV episodes of “The Newsroom,” “The Good Wife” and “In Treatment.”
Bates won an Emmy last year for “American Horror Show: Coven.” Glover will be seen in Paramount’s “Monster Trucks.”
Merry Christmas to all fans of Rachel Weisz and to Rachel Weisz of course as well.
Tourists roll into Stanley after shoot for Hollywood film starring Michael Fassbender, Rachel Weisz wraps up
Residents of Stanley in Tasmania’s north-west are discussing ways to cash in on the buzz surrounding a Hollywood drama filmed in their town.
The cast and crew of The Light Between Oceans have finished a week of filming.
The Dreamworks production staring X-Men’s Michael Fassbender and Oscar winner Rachel Weisz is due to hit cinemas late next year.
But in the meantime, locals are keen to keep the town’s makeover for as long as possible.
Tourists are already rolling in to see what the fuss is about.
Bernard Atkins’ chemist shop was taken back in time for the 1920s drama and he plans to keep the new look as a tourist attraction.
So…there’s not much going on in Weiszland. But I added few new pictures to our gallery. Maybe not very new, but new here.