Anton Corbijn Talks About Life and a 2015 Movie Release

Life wasn’t part of the TIFF announcement this morning, is there potential for a 2014 release? 
No, that’ll be 2015. We haven’t locked picture yet. We still have two more months of sound and [potential] pick-up shoots.

In your background in photography, you’ve photographed numerous icons. Your first film, Control, was a portrait of the iconic Ian Curtis (singer for Joy Division), who died very young. I guess now we’ve confirmed that next year, you have a film that involves James Dean (to be played by Dane DeHaan) in Life. Who also died very young. Is it more difficult to capture an iconic photograph of an individual in life, or to tell their story in death? 
I’m flattered that people think my pictures are iconic. That’s not what I set out to be. A lot of people that I worked with in the 70s and 80s were not very well known people, but they became [well known] later. So I’ve not deliberately sought icons. As far as making films for Ian Curtis and James Dean, that is, of course, is very deliberate. Ian Curtis was someone that I knew and I moved to England to make it because I wanted to make it. It was a personal project. And, also, I thought there was a good love story there (between Sam Riley and Samantha Morton).

With Life it’s first and foremost a story about a photographer, Dennis Stock (Robert Pattinson), who profiled James Dean (DeHaan). So it’s the story of a photographer and their subject. As a photographer that story interested me: studying the power balance between a photographer and their subject. You know, who influences who? The James Dean portion of the story wasn’t my interest. In fact I’d turned down a straight James Dean project once before.

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Photos of Rob and friends - July 22, 2014

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Olivier Assayas talks about Kristen in Vogue Paris (Scans & Translation)


The appearance of Bella Swan from Twilight in the credits of the new film by Olivier Assayas with Juliette Binoche had a lot of people intrigued. After the screening at Cannes, the verdict was very clear: KRISTEN STEWART steals the show. Hollywood's sweetheart, whose private life tabloids are drooling over, blossoms in a very nuanced way, in this small gem of Independant European Cinema. For Vogue, Olivier Assayas explores his encounter with a young actress possessing a supernatural and universal aura. Down the road, a mystery, "The real Kristen"...

I just filmed a movie with her, but I can't say that I know Kristen Stewart, it might be due to her personality, and also mine, and this also refers, without a doubt, to deeper sympathies, more intimate, a little hard to formulate, those who brought me to her and those who brought her to me. Other people know her career better than I do. As for me, it's a longer process, more hazy and which probably originates from her appearance in a Sean Penn film, filmed by Eric Gautier and adapted from a text by Jon Krakauer: It was the figure of a (very) young girl that I had kept with me, beyond the real qualities of Into The Wild.

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'Maps To The Stars' will have its North American Premiere at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival.

The Festival will take place from September 4 to 14, 2014.

Maps to the Stars David Cronenberg, Canada/Germany North American Premiere
David Cronenberg forges both a wicked social satire and a very human ghost story from today’s celebrity-obsessed culture. Starring Julianne Moore, Mia Wasikowska, Olivia Williams, Sarah Gadon, John Cusack and Robert Pattinson.

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Still Alice' will premiere at TIFF 2014

The Festival takes place September 4th to 14th, 2014.

Canadian Premiere: Still Alice
Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland, USA World Premiere Alice Howland, happily married with three grown children, is a renowned linguistics professor who starts to forget words. When she receives a devastating diagnosis, Alice and her family find their bonds tested. Alice’s struggle to stay connected to who she once was is frightening, heartbreaking, and inspiring. Starring Kristen Stewart, Alec Baldwin, Kate Bosworth and Julianne Moore.

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Fan Pictures of Rob from July 22, 2014

Rob went bowling with Zac Efron and friends

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Image from 'Just One of The Guys' Music Video Shoot
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Juliette Binoche talks about working with Kristen in 'Clouds of Sils Maria'

“When the camera was on Kristen, sometimes I dared to push her. I would go and go and go. Kristen has an amazing potential, but she needs to open up, she needs to get in more. So when you see that, you want to help, you want to go for it.”

Did Binoche push Stewart to new heights by shoot’s end?

“She said that, and she knows it,” Binoche replies. “Between actors, there’s often the back and forth. You’re trying to see where you can go together. That’s the joy of movies or theatre — otherwise I’d be alone in my studio working on my paintings.”

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