#CertainWomen & #PersonalShopper Among New York Film Festival 2016 Lineup

#CertainWomen & #PersonalShopper Among New York Film Festival 2016 Lineup

The Hollywood Reporter : Films starring Kristen Stewart, Adam Driver, Casey Affleck and Isabelle Huppert will screen at the fest, kicking off Sept. 30.
“Good filmmaking is by people who need to get their films made, and will do anything it takes to do that,” Kent Jones, New York Film Festival director and selection committee chair, told reporters Tuesday morning, as the Film Society of Lincoln Center unveiled the 2016 fest’s main slate.

While the lineup’s three world premieres have nabbed the fest’s gala slots —Ava DuVernay’s The 13th (opening night), Mike Mills’s 20th Century Women (centerpiece) and James Gray’s The Lost City of Z (closing night), as previously announced — its main slate features a slew of titles that made memorable impressions at festivals earlier this year.

Selections from Cannes include Ken Loach’s Palme d’Or-winning I, Daniel Blake, Olivier Assayas’ Kristen Stewart starrer Personal Shopper, Jim Jarmusch’s Adam Driver title Paterson, Maren Ade’s father-daughter film Toni Erdmann and Paul Verhoeven’s rape comedy Elle, among others. The fest will also a screen a new cut of Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne’s Cannes premiere, The Unknown Girl — one that “changes the pace of the action in terms of the lead character,” said Jones.

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Kristen on the cover of ELLE UK – September 2016

Kristen on the cover of ELLE UK – September 2016

Kristen is on the cover of the new issue of ELLE UK ! Here are the first pictures and a sneak peek at her new interview.


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NEW Interview with the Los Angeles Times + NEW Portrait

NEW Interview with the Los Angeles Times + NEW Portrait

Los Angeles Times : For a long time, it seemed like Kristen Stewart was hiding. Under hoodies and flat-brimmed caps. From flashbulbs. Even her voice, because silence couldn’t betray her.

Back then, when she was known as the star of the “Twilight” films, the idea of living in a world without emotion might have perhaps appealed to her. That’s the premise of her new film, “Equals,” which is about a futuristic society where humans have been stripped of feelings because they cause too much physical and mental anguish.

But now, at 26, Stewart is repelled by the idea of withholding emotion. In fact, it’s something she’s often not even capable of.

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NEW Interview by Grazia Italy

NEW Interview by Grazia Italy

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It’s so weird to meet Kristen Stewart in New York. We both live in L.A, and today we’re at the Crosby Hotel, near the World Trade Center. The reason is that she’s so busy with the promo tour of her new movies : The sci-fi Equals & the sophisticated comedy of Woody Allen Cafe Society.

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Kristen attends the Launch Of Lucia Pica’s Makeup Collection for Chanel in London – June 23rd, 2016

Kristen attends the Launch Of Lucia Pica’s Makeup Collection for Chanel in London – June 23rd, 2016

Kristen attended the Launch Of Lucia Pica’s Makeup Collection for Chanel in London on June 23, 2016. She is the face of the makeup artist’s first collection, Le Rouge Collection N°1.

WWD.com : As Britons flocked to the polls on Thursday, Chanel offered a bit of distraction from politics with an event at London’s Somerset House to mark the launch of its latest make up collection, “Fall 2016. Le Rouge Collection Number 1.” The other main attraction was brand ambassador Kristen Stewart.

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The Moment Kristen Stewart Stopped Being Hollywood’s Most Hated Actress – Complex Mag

Complex Mag : I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but Kristen Stewart has usurped the throne to become the internet’s wifey, a throne that the J.Laws and the Emmas (Stone and Watson) have both graced. But there’s something singular about Kristen’s position as one of the most crushed-on actresses of our generation right now, not only in the irony that she would never agree to be our wifey (neither mine nor yours!), but also in her unusual ascension, her complete 180 from having been one of the most despised young stars. The K-Stew hate is as superficial and petty as the hate for, say, Anne Hathaway (way too try-hard) or Jennifer Lawrence, who’s seem to have become more of an annoying presence the more she insists she’s just like us. At the end of the day, their offenses are innocuous, but they’re celebrities and we love to put irrational feelings and expectations on them.

You can read the rest HERE. Many thanks to Kristen Yoonsoo Kim for asking us to participate to this article.

Cannes: ‘Lizzie Borden’ With Kristen Stewart, Chloe Sevigny Lands Director

The Hollywood Reporter : Craig William Macneill will helm the psychological thriller based on the infamous 1892 murders.

Craig William Macneill, who made his directorial debut with last year’s horror thriller The Boy, will direct Lizzie Borden, a psychological thriller based on the infamous 1892 murders of the Borden family.

Chloe Sevigny, who is in Cannes with her short film Kitty, which is premiering in the Critics Week, and Kristen Stewart, also in Cannes with two films, are attached to star in Lizzie Borden, as The Hollywood Reporter exclusively reported. The story centers on the true events that led up to the grisly ax murders of Borden’s father and stepmother in Massachusetts.

Sevigny will play the titular character, a young woman who longs for freedom from her controlling father. She finds friendship with a young maid named Bridget (Stewart), and their relationship soon escalates to attraction, love and bloody vengeance.

Borden was tried and acquitted for the murder of her parents, and no one else was ever charged.

Bryce Kass wrote the script for Lizzie Borden, which Naomi Despres is producing. The Solution’s Lisa Wilson and Josh Deitell are selling foreign rights in Cannes and WME is handling domestic.

Pieter Van Hees, who previously was attached to direct, exited for scheduling reasons. Macneill made his feature film directorial debut was The Boy, which premiered at the 2015 SXSW Film Festival and was released by Chiller. He also is directing the series SyFy’s Channel Zero: Candle Cove, as well as the remainder of the first season. Macneill is repped by WME and Gotham Group.

“Craig has the perfect vision for the film that is centered around the complicated relationship between two powerful women,” said The Solution’s Myles Nestel. “He knows how to unravel the many psychological layers and seemingly fragile character of the infamous Lizzie Borden who is driven to commit a hideous murder.”

Vogue Goes Inside Kristen’s Cannes Red Carpet Routine

Vogue Goes Inside Kristen’s Cannes Red Carpet Routine


Vogue.com : With the Cannes Film Festival officially underway, following last night’s premiere of Woody Allen’s CaféSociety, the week’s traditional glitz and glamour have descended on the South of France. But even amid all the couture-clad starlets and supermodels, Kristen Stewart still manages to stand out—which is as much a testament to the skill of her trusted team of professionals (Chanel’s Lucia Pica on makeup, Adir Abergel on hair, and stylist Tara Swennen) as Stewart herself, who brings a signature dose of authenticity and attitude to every red carpet turn she makes.

“She cut that Chanel T-shirt herself. It was her idea,” Pica said of the white-on-white skirt-and-shirt ensemble Stewart wore to a photo call for Allen’s new movie, in which she costars with Blake Lively and Jesse Eisenberg. (True to form, Stewart removed her black-and-white pumps promptly after it was over.)

“I think the way Kristen approaches glamour and being a movie star is really refreshing,” Pica added hours later while prepping Stewart for the film’s evening premiere. The actress, too, was uncharacteristically excited. “I really love this particular red carpet,” Stewart said as Abergel texturized her newly peroxided cropped hair before fashioning it into a deep side part. “I know that sounds obvious, but I don’t get that impending doom feeling in my gut. I’m really elated to be here—and we all want to annihilate this look.” Mission accomplished. Here, Stewart, Abergel, and Pica break down Stewart’s one part Old Hollywood, one part “Gwen Stefani in the ’90s” beauty moment, live from Cannes.

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Kristen is on the cover of Variety Magazine

Kristen is on the cover of Variety Magazine

People : Kristen Stewart doesn’t need to put a label on her sexuality to know who she is.

The Café Society actress opens up about why she chooses to remain vague about her sexual orientation in the debut issue of Variety Magazine’s new redesigned format.

“Me not defining it right now is the whole basis of what I’m about,” she says. “If you don’t get it, I don’t have time for you.”

The actress, 26, says she’s been inspired by the way young people are able to love and view each other without labels.

“There’s acceptance that’s become really rampant and cool,” she said. “You don’t have to immediately know how to define yourself.”

Though she admits she struggled with the pressure to put a label on her herself while growing up, Stewart says she now believes in the idea of sexual fluidity.

“I had to have some answer about who I was. I felt this weird responsibility, because I didn’t want to seem fearful. But nothing seemed appropriate,” she explained. “So I was like ‘F—, how do I define that? I’m not going to.”

And while she says the LGBT movement is “so important” and something she wants to be involved in, she’s careful not to send the wrong message to people who might be struggling with their own sexuality.

“I didn’t want to be this example: it’s so easy,” she explains. “I don’t want it to seem like it was stupid for them to have a hard time.”

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Kristen on the cover of Marie Claire France – June 2016

Kristen on the cover of Marie Claire France – June 2016

Kristen is on the cover (or three) of Marie Claire France ! Here are the first pictures thanks to @Gossipyal, the scans thanks to @Korita05, plus a new interview (translated by @Itsoktobeyouorg).

div align=”justify”>2016, the year of Kristen Stewart with five movies announced including Woody Allen’s new one, opening the Cannes Film Festival. Choices that say who the American actress and Chanel muse is. A young woman who – from look to sexuality – masters the codes of her time and knows how to plays with them without limiting herself by doing so.

Kristen Stewart knows what she wants: to not be bored and for no one to fuck with her. She don’t say it that way, but still said it. As her romance with the singer Soko fills the columns of the tabloids, she’s in a very alert mood. It’s 10am in Los Angeles, 7pm in Paris, the voice of the very beautiful Chanel muse turns the phone call into some bumpy ride. A rough journey, that’s worth the effort. Kristen Stewart is rock’n’roll. Smart, clear-headed, wild, she acts like she breathes. In the short film ‘Once and Forever’, real-fake shooting done in 2015 by Karl Lagerfeld, she was a young bratty actress portraying Gabrielle Chanel. Muse of the fashion designer since already two years, Kristen has the (pretty) world at her feet. Woody Allen gave her the main feminine role in ‘Café Society’, which will open the Cannes Film Festival. Olivier Assayas shot her in ‘Personal Shopper’, two years after ‘Clouds of Sils Maria’, which led her, big first, to win the César for Best Supporting Actress. Twilight is far behind. The baby star has become an American figure that we love, an arty muse who plays the game. Her own.

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