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Olivier Assayas mentions Kristen in a new interview

Olivier Assayas mentions Kristen in a new interview

Le Bleu du Miroir : OLIVIER ASSAYAS | Interview
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A few days before the realease of his new movie Personal Shopper, which won the director award at the Cannes Film Festival, we met with Olivier Assayas – to whom we are dedicating a passionnating and rich retrospective for a few months.

You said : “I never reasoned with female character in the center of my movies. It’s an independent move that takes me to it, I listen to my desire, to my curiosity.” You meet again with Kristen Stewart, two years after Sils Maria. Can you tell that your desire, your curiosity to film her was not completely satisfied ?
Olivier Assayas
: Absolutely. I would never had said it quite like that but, in reality, it was a choice that imposed itself. I hadn’t written Sils Maria thinking of Kristen, but more of Juliette Binoche. It turns out that I was looking for an actress to play that young american assistant and it came clear really fast on Kristen – who brought something really particular to the movie. It wasn’t thought. She plays a more unidemensionnal character, she doesn’t have Maria’s complexity (Juliette Binoche’s character NDLR). Continue reading “Olivier Assayas mentions Kristen in a new interview”

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. : 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.

Kristen to Make Directorial Debut With Refinery29

The Hollywood Reporter : Kristen Stewart is making her directorial debut with a new short film for female-focused digital publisher Refinery29

The Café Society actress is joining R29’s ShatterBox Anthology, which has committed to bringing short films from 12 female directors, writers and animators that explore the dynamic of power. The first project to result from the ethnology is Chloe Sevigny’s Kitty, which will premiere at Cannes. Stewart’s project is currently titled Water. Few other details have been released.

“It’s women training women to be directors for VR series,” says R29 content chief Amy Emmerich, explaining that it’s a way to create more opportunities for female filmmakers through a new medium. “We wanted to get women behind the lens.”

Variety : Refinery29 has inked pacts with Kristen Stewart, Gabourey Sidibe and America Ferrera to produce original programming as part of the women-focused digital media company’s new content slate.

The company announced the partnerships and unveiled more than a dozen original series at its Digital Content NewFronts presentation Monday evening. Refinery29 also announced the launch of VR29 Studios, a virtual-reality production studio, along with two dedicated YouTube channels — comedy channel RIOT and Brawlers, covering women in sports — as well as programming queued up for Facebook Live and Instagram.

Actresses Kristen Stewart (“Twilight” movies) and Gabourey Sidibe (“Precious”) will make their directorial debuts with short films for Refinery29’s ShatterBox Anthology; Stewart’s is currently titled “Water” and Sidibe’s is “A Tale of Four Women.”

“We are proud to be collaborating with award-winning talent to create a slate of female-focused content that showcases what it is to be powerful in a nontraditional way,” said Amy Emmerich, chief content officer at Refinery29.

The Wrap : A series featuring 12 engaging and inspiring short-form original scripted films created by female directors, writers, and animators that will explore the dynamics of power. The series provides the women with creative support from Women at Sundance, as well as advisory support from Killer Films’ founders Christine Vachon and Pamela Koffler. A selection of ShatterBox Anthology films will also be distributed through Comcast Watchable, in addition to running monthly on Refinery29 beginning in summer 2016.

Announced today, actress Kristen Stewart will make her directorial debut as a filmmaker with a short film currently titled Water, and actress Gabourey Sidibe will make her directorial debut with a short film currently titled A Tale of Four Women. Additional filmmakers in the ShatterBox Anthology include: Academy Award nominee Jessica Sanders, Tribeca Film Festival Nora Ephron Prize winner Meera Menon, Webby Award founder and Emmy nominee Tiffany Shlain, Courtney Hoffman, Jessica Dimmock, Robin Cloud, Roja Gashtili, Julia Lerman, and Anu Valia. The first film debut backed by ShatterBox Anthology, Kitty, which is Chloë Sevigny’s directorial debut, will premiere at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival.

Producer Charles Gillibert mentions ‘Personal Shopper’ & Kristen in a new interview
Thanks to @Mel452

“The idea was to once again bring together the actress who impressed me the most – Kristen Stewart – with the director who impressed me the most, in a ghost story.” explains Charles Gillibert. “If the movie industry hates prototypes, me, I love them.”

Review : Anesthesia + Tim Nelson mentions Kristen on AOL Build : PLOT: The brutal mugging of a beloved college professor (Sam Waterston) links a group of loosely connected individuals.

REVIEW: Tim Blake Nelson’s ANESTHESIA feels like something of an indie throwback, in that it’s the kind of multi-character drama that was in-vogue in the years following Paul Haggis’ CRASH before too many pale imitators made the mini-genre peter-out. A strong effort from Nelson, who hasn’t directed a movie since his odd Edward Norton-vehicle LEAVES OF GRASS, ANESTHESIA makes you somewhat nostalgic for that kind of film, although to be sure this is a rather good example of the genre.

Using a simple, easy to relate-to premise (a loved one being violently attacked) Nelson (who also wrote) doesn’t shy away from using prototypical, art-house heroes (the verbose English lit professor, his tortured student, the inner-city drug addict, the philanderer, etc). Their familiarity works in their favour, particularly in the casting as most are cast to type, giving us a kind of short-hand with all the characters that allows Nelson to pack a lot into his relatively scant eighty-five minute running time.

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Kristen wins several Best Supporting Actress Critics Awards

The annual Gala Awards dinner will be held on January 4, 2016 at Tao Downtown in NYC.

The Wrap : The Boston Society of Film Critics voted on the best films of 2015 on Sunday, where Tom McCarthy’s “Spotlight” cleaned up once again, and Kristen Stewart kept momentum for an historic turn in the indie “Clouds of Sils Maria.”
Stewart’s performance as the personal assistant to Juliette Binoche‘s longtime stage star won Best Supporting Actress, as it did last week with the New York Film Critics Circle. Stewart was also the first American ever to receive France’s highest acting honor, the Cesar award, for “Clouds.”

This isn’t a win per se, but she finished at the second place, so for me it’s a win XD

Karl and Kristen and Coco (and me) – Bazzar US Article

Article by Laura Brown

Bazaar US : The call came early—4 A.M., in fact. Out of the sensory blur came the tinkling French accent of a photo producer who works with Karl Lagerfeld and Chanel. “Karl is making a movie,” she said. “And he would love you to be in it. Playing a journalist. You’d need to get on a flight to Paris tonight and go straight to set tomorrow morning. What do you think?”

Um, let me think about that, oui. Like I wouldn’t. Like anyone wouldn’t. Having had the privilege of relatively recent entry into Karl’s orbit, I’d quite honestly fly to Paris to clean out his fridge and recycle his Diet Coke bottles.

But as anyone who is a fan of Chanel and the man behind it knows, the madly prolific Lagerfeld—in between producing eight annual Chanel collections (often shown in exotic, far-flung locales), five for Fendi, and his own collection; shooting Chanel and Fendi campaigns, magazine covers, and fashion sessions; sketching; painting; and generally being the smartest man in the room—also likes to make movies.

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