Stef   /   July 07, 2020   /   0 Comments

HD screencaps of Eva in episodes 1.04 and 1.05 of The Luminaries have been added to the gallery. Enjoy the new additions!

Stef   /   June 09, 2020   /   2 Comments

New promos, stills and behind the scenes photos of Eva have been added to the galley. Enjoy the new additions!

Stef   /   June 07, 2020   /   0 Comments

HD screencaps of Eva in episode 1.03 of The Luminaries entitled ‘Leverage’ have been added to the gallery. Enjoy!

Stef   /   May 30, 2020   /   0 Comments

HD screencaps of Eva in episodes 1.01 and 1.02 of The Luminaries have been added to the gallery. Enjoy!

Stef   /   May 29, 2020   /   0 Comments

New magazine scans from 2019 have been added to the gallery. More scans from past years coming soon. Enjoy the new additions!


Stef   /   May 18, 2020   /   2 Comments

New magazine scans from 2020 have been added to the gallery. More scans from past years will be added soon as well. Enjoy!

Stef   /   May 18, 2020   /   0 Comments

New posters, stills and more of Eva in Proxima and The Luminaries have been added to the gallery. Enjoy the new additions!



G   /   September 25, 2019   /   0 Comments

Proxima, a film by Alice Winocour starring Eva Green and Matt Dillon, will hit French cinema on November 27, and UK cinema on April 17, 2020.
 
SYNOPSIS: Sarah is a French astronaut who trains fiercely at the Cologne Space Center, the only woman among European astronauts. She lives alone with her seven-year-old daughter, Stella, whom she showers with anxious love, feeling guilty for not being able to devote more time to her. When Sarah is chosen to go on a one-year space mission called Proxima, her life and that of Stella are turned upside down.
 
 

G   /   September 22, 2019   /   0 Comments

Below are videos from Eva’s arrival, the official photocall, press conference and interviews from San Sebastian International Film Festival.
 
 

 

 

 

G   /   September 09, 2019   /   0 Comments

This an excerpt video clip for the press for both Toronto International Film Festival and San Sebastián Film Festival. The official theatrical trailer will be launched very shortly.

Alice Winocour’s PROXIMA stars Eva Green, Matt Dillon, Lars Eidinger, Zélie Boulant-Lemesle, Sandra Hüller and Aleksey Fateev.

In French cinema on November 27 and UK cinema on April 17, 2020.

G   /   September 08, 2019   /   0 Comments

Proxima director Alice Winocour presented the film during Toronto International Film Festival. Below is the Q&A session after the world premiere.

Video contains mild spoilers.

G   /   September 08, 2019   /   0 Comments

If you saw Proxima during Toronto International Film Festival and loved it, you can VOTE for it to win the TIFF Grolsch People’s Choice Award. The winning film re-screens for free on Sunday, September 15 at TIFF Bell Lightbox.

Voting for the Grolsch People’s Choice Award is open from 12pm EST September 5 to 3am EST September 15, one hour after the end of the final Midnight Madness film. Only TIFF attendees are allowed to vote.

G   /   September 05, 2019   /   1 Comment

Below is the complete screening schedule for Alice Winocour’s PROXIMA starring Eva. As reported earlier, the film will compete in the festival’s Platform section.

September 06 (Friday)
Scotiabank Theatre
Press & Industry
Subtitled
11:45am

September 07 (Saturday)
WORLD PREMIERE
Winter Garden Theatre
Subtitled, Extended
6:15pm

September 08 (Sunday)
Scotiabank Theatre
Subtitled
1:45pm

September 10 (Tuesday)
Scotiabank Theatre
Press & Industry
Subtitled
9:15am

September 13 (Friday)
TIFF Bell Lightbox
Subtitled
12:15pm

For more information, kindly visit TIFF’s official website.

G   /   September 03, 2019   /   0 Comments

by Andreas Wiseman
 
 
Picturehouse Entertainment has nabbed UK distribution rights to Alice Winocour’s buzzed-about upcoming astronaut drama Proxima, starring Eva Green (The Dreamers).

The buzz is strong on this one, which will have its world premiere in the Platform strand at the Toronto Film Festival before making its European debut in competition at San Sebastian.

Green plays Sarah, a French astronaut slated to leave Earth on a one-year mission on the spaceship Proxima. Amidst arduous training and as the only woman in a group of male astronauts, she must also prepare for separation from her eight-year-old daughter. Starring alongside are Oscar-nominee Matt Dillon, Lars Eidinger (Personal Shopper), Sandra Hüller (Toni Erdmann) and Alexei Fateev (Loveless).

The deal was negotiated by Clare Binns and Paul Ridd of Picturehouse with Agathe Theodore on behalf of Pathe Films. The distribution arm of Picturehouses will release the film on 17 April, 2020.

The movie is Winocour’s third feature film as director. She began her filmmaking career in 2005 with the acclaimed short Kitchen, which was nominated for a Cannes Palme d’Or for Best Short. Her first feature Augustine premiered in Cannes 2012, followed by Un Certain Regard entry Disorder in 2015. She wrote the screenplay for Oscar-nominated Mustang (2015).

Clare Binns Joint MD of Picturehouse Entertainment, said, “I am delighted to be working on a new film by a director I greatly admire, Alice Winocour. This new work builds on her already impressive roster of thoughtful and excitingly visual cinema. Proxima literally takes us into the stratosphere with its amazing international cast and outstanding performances from veteran Eva Green and incredible newcomer Zélie Boulant. Their pairing is the beating heart of this powerfully emotional story. UK audiences will fall in love with this wonderful film.”

Agathe Theodore, senior VP of international sales added, “We are thrilled that Picturehouse will be introducing Proxima to UK audiences. Their marketing strength and filmmaker-friendly culture are a great fit for Alice Winocour’s film. Picturehouse is a great home for international directors with unique personal visions”.
 
 
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G   /   August 22, 2019   /   0 Comments

by Ed Meza
 
 
The Darren Aronofsky-produced Brazilian title “Pacified,” by American director Paxton Winters, Alice Winocour’s French-German astronaut drama “Proxima” and Polish film director Małgorzata Szumowska’s psychological thriller “The Other Lamb” are among the six final competition selections for September’s 67th San Sebastian Film Festival.

Also vying for San Sebastian’s Golden Shell will be U.K. drama “Rocks,” from “Suffragette” director Sarah Gavron, Sonthar Gyal’s Chinese production “Lhamo And Skalbe” and Gonçalo Waddington’s Portuguese-German kidnap mystery “Patrick.”

Adding three works from female filmmakers, San Sebastian has brought the number of competition contenders directed by women to six, just over one-third of the section.

“Pacified,” starring Bukassa Kabengele, Cassia Nascimento and José Loreto, centers on the friendship between a street-smart 13-year-old girl and an ex-trafficker who live in a Rio favela.

In “Proxima,” Eva Green stars as an astronaut and single mother who signs up for a year-long space mission, a move that not only pits her against a chauvinistic all-male crew, but also her young daughter. Matt Dillon and Germany’s Lars Eidinger also star.

“Patrick” tells the story of an 8-year-old who is kidnapped in Portugal in the spring of 1999 and reappears 12 years later in a jail cell in Paris. The film features Hugo Fernandes, Teresa Sobral and Carla Maciel.

In “Rocks,” starring Bukky Bakray, Kosar Ali and D’Angelou Osei Kissiedu, a popular teenage girl with big dreams and an adoring little brother sees her world turn upside down when her mother suddenly leaves.

“Lhamo And Skalbe,” with Sonam Nyima, Dekyid and Sechok Gyal, turns on a man who is unable to marry his betrothed due to a previous marriage, so sets off in search of his estranged wife in the hopes of getting a divorce.

Described as a haunting and nightmarish tale, “The Other Lamb” centers in of a young girl born into an alternative religion – all women and female children – who live in a rural compound led by a man known only as Shepherd. Raffey Cassidy, Michiel Huisman and Denise Gough star.

A total of 17 productions are vying for San Sebastian’s Golden Shell at what is the highest profile movie event in the Spanish-speaking world. The San Sebastian Film Festival runs Sept. 20-28.
 
 
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