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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 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 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   /   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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G   /   August 07, 2019   /   0 Comments

by Kate Erbland
 
 
The festival’s most distinctive section includes a strong showing from female directors and rising filmmakers from around the world.

The Toronto International Film Festival has announced the fifth edition of its Platform lineup, a director-driven section that aims to showcase original names in international cinema. This year, Platform will screen to 10 feature films, including world premieres from Julie Delpy, Alice Winocour, and Anthony Chen. The section will also host a number of debut films, including Darius Marder’s “Sound of Metal” and David Zonana’s “Workforce.”

Of the 10 features in this year’s selection, 40 percent are directed by women. All but one are world premieres, and they hail from all over the world, including Europe, Latin America, East Asia, and the U.S. Sarah Gavron’s “Rocks,” which follows “a teenager who fears that she and her little brother will be forced apart if anyone finds out they are living alone,” will open the section. The international premiere of Pietro Marcello’s “Martin Eden,” an adaptation of the Jack London novel of the same name, serves as the closing night selection.

“With a dynamic, international slate that assembles some of brightest cinematic voices of today and tomorrow, this year’s lineup distills the essence of the Festival,” said Cameron Bailey, Platform Co-Curator and TIFF Artistic Director and Co-Head in an official statement. “These films tackle some of the most urgent concerns of our day using original, exciting cinematic language.”

“Competitions should celebrate the range of what great cinema is and what it can accomplish. Platform is alive to those possibilities,” added Platform Co-Curator Andréa Picard. “Whether they are debuts or mid-career works, these films push the boundaries of narrative filmmaking in surprising and rigorous ways, some using documentary or experimental techniques in their approaches. Audiences will recognize similar themes emerge like a global collective subconscious, but what is truly exciting is the varied means of cinematic expression on display.”

This year’s edition of the festival will mark the fifth time the Platform section has been a part of the festival, as it was first announced in 2015. The section is designed to “champion up to 12 works with high artistic merit that also demonstrate a strong directorial vision.”

It is also only TIFF section with an official jury. This year, that includes award-winning filmmaker Athina Rachel Tsangari, newly appointed Berlin Artistic Director Carlo Chatrian, and Variety international film critic Jessica Kiang. The three-person jury will pick the winner of the Toronto Platform Prize, which includes an award of $20,000 CAD presented to the Best Film in the lineup.

Previous standout Platform selections include Alex Ross Perry’s “Her Smell” (2018), Karyn Kusama’s “Destroyer” (2018), Clio Barnard’s “Dark River” (2017), Barry Jenkins’ “Moonlight” (2016), and Gabriel Mascaro’s “Neon Bull” (2015).

Below are the newest additions to the TIFF 2019 lineup, including the full Platform slate. Stay tuned for more programming announcements in the days to come.

Platform

“Anne at 13,000 ft,” directed by Kazik Radwanski, World Premiere

“Martin Eden,” directed by Pietro Marcello, International Premiere Platform Closing Film

“The Moneychanger (Así Habló El Cambista),” directed by Federico Veiroj, World Premiere

“My Zoe,” directed by Julie Delpy, World Premiere

“Proxima,” directed by Alice Winocour, World Premiere

“Rocks,” directed by Sarah Gavron, World Premiere Platform Opening Film

“The Sleepwalkers (Los Sonámbulos),” directed by Paula Hernández, World Premiere

“Sound of Metal,” directed by Darius Marder, World Premiere

“Wet Season,” directed by Anthony Chen, World Premiere

“Workforce (Mano De Obra),” directed by David Zonana, World Premiere

The Toronto International Film Festival runs September 5 – 15 in Toronto, Canada.
 
 
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G   /   July 06, 2019   /   47 Comments

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EvaGreenWeb, its staff and the fans from around the world would like to wish Eva and her twin sister Joy a very happy 39th birthday !! May all the happy moments of your lives belong to you today, tomorrow and always. Wishing you all the happiness possible for your birthday !

You can leave your own birthday greetings (in English or French only) for them on the comments section. You may mention your country. Kindly limit your message to 3 lines in consideration to other fans. For fans who wish to share their fan arts, kindly upload your fan arts to a third party hosting site and provide the link with your greetings, or send us a private message on Instagram so we can add them to our Instagram stories. Thank you.




G   /   July 06, 2018   /   81 Comments

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EvaGreenWeb, its staff and the fans from around the world would like to wish Eva and her twin sister Joy a very happy 38th birthday !! We wish your every day of the new year to be filled with lots of laughter, success and love !

You can leave your own birthday greetings (in English or French only) for them on the comments section. You may mention your country. Kindly limit your message to 3 lines in consideration to other fans. For fans who wish to share their fan arts, kindly upload your fan arts to a third party hosting site and provide the link with your greetings, or send us a private message on Instagram so we can add them to our Instagram stories. Thank you.




G   /   June 08, 2018   /   1 Comment

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Eva will be attending the 21st Shanghai International Film Festival where she will be the guest of honour along with Italian writer/director Laura Bispuri during the Shanghai International Film Festival x Italy Film Week Forum, sponsored and hosted by Bulgari.

The forum, where Eva will share and talk about the aesthetics of films, will be held at Bulgari Hotels & Resorts Shanghai on Tuesday, June 19 at 10:30am. Formal attire required. The event is open to public with a very small number of tickets to be given away. For those who wish to attend the forum, you may register through Douban’s WeChat platform: send your information using the format “SIFF Italy Film Week – Name, Gender, Phone Number, Occupation (company/position)”. Announcement of the list of winners will be on June 15.




G   /   September 24, 2017   /   0 Comments

Lisa Langseth’s Euphoria will have its Asian premiere on October 13, Friday, 8pm at CGV Centum City 4 theatre during the 22nd Busan International Film Festival. Director Lisa Langseth will be in attendance to present the film.

Other available screening schedules for Euphoria are as follows:

October 16 – Monday – 2pm at Lotte Cinema Centum City 6
October 19 – Thursday – 5pm at CGV Centum City 3

Your can purchase your tickets HERE.

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G   /   September 18, 2017   /   0 Comments

Zurich Film Festival has set Roman Polanski’s D’après une histoire vraie (Based on a True Story) gala premiere on October 2, Monday, 6:15pm at Corso 1. Eva’s co-star Emmanuelle Seigner is confirmed to attend the event.

Other available screening schedules for D’après une histoire vraie (Based on a True Story) are as follows:

October 3 – Tuesday – 7pm at Arena 4
October 8 – Sunday – 3:45pm at Corso 1

Tickets to the gala premiere and screenings are now on sale. You can purchase them HERE.

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G   /   September 14, 2017   /   0 Comments

Zurich Film Festival has set Lisa Langseth’s Euphoria gala premiere on September 29, Friday, 9pm at Corso 1. Cast members Alicia Vikander and Mark Stanley are set to attend, along with director Lisa Langseth and producers Charles Collier, Frida Bargo and Patrik Andersson.
 
Other available screening schedules for Euphoria are as follows:
 
October 1 – Sunday – 5:45pm at Arena 4
October 3 – Tuesday – 3:15pm at Corso 2
 
Tickets to the gala premiere and screenings will be on sale on September 18. You can purchase them HERE.
 
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G   /   September 05, 2017   /   0 Comments

EUPHORIA will have its European premiere at Zurich Film Festival (ZFF) on September 29. Actress Alicia Vikander will attend, along with writer/director Lisa Langseth, cast members Charles Dance, Mark Stanley and fellow producers Charles Collier, Patrik Andersson and Frida Bargo.
 
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G   /   August 24, 2017   /   4 Comments

Lisa Langseth’s Euphoria starring Eva Green and Alicia Vikander will have its world premiere at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival starting with a September 8 (Friday, 5pm) screening for press ad industry members. As of posting, only Lisa Langseth and Alicia Vikander are confirmed to appear during the festival. The rest of the available screening schedules for Euphoria are as follows:
 
Monday – September 11 – 8:15pm
Tuesday – September 12 – 9:00am (for press and industry members only) and 9:30am
Friday – September 15 – 5:30pm (for press and industry members only)
Saturday – September 16 – 6:30pm
 
Eva Green Web will be covering the event so don’t forget to check out our Instagram and Twitter accounts for our TIFF coverage!
 
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G   /   August 03, 2017   /   4 Comments

 
We’re happy to announce Lisa Langseth’s Euphoria starring Eva Green and Alicia Vikander will have its world premiere at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival. Euphoria will screen under the Platform section and will compete for the Platform Prize, to be awarded by this year’s jury which will include award-winning filmmakers Malgorzata Szumowska, Chen Kaige and Wim Wenders.

The Platform section is TIFF’s director-driven program that aims to showcase original names in international cinema. This year’s Platform section lineup will have 12 films from eight countries on five continents. All competing films in the Platform section are eligible for the Toronto Platform Prize ($25,000 CAD) made possible by Air France. The 12 competing films are the following:

Armando Iannucci’s THE DEATH OF STALIN (Platform Opening Film)
Mike White’s BRAD’S STATUS
Michael Pearce’s BEAST
XavierLegrand’s CUSTODY
Clio Barnard’s DARK RIVER
Lisa Langseth’s EUPHORIA
Joan Chemla’s IF YOU SAW HIS HEART
Barbara Albert’s MADEMOISELLE PARADIS
Nabil Ayouch’s RAZZIA
Kamila Andini’s THE SEEN AND UNSEEN
Iram Haq’s WHAT WILL PEOPLE SAY
Warwick Thornton’s SWEET COUNTRY (Platform Closing Film)

The Platform Prize winner will be announced at the TIFF Awards ceremony on September 17, 2017. Festival runs September 7-17 in Toronto, Canada.

Pictured above is a new official still from Euphoria featuring Eva and Alicia. The film co-stars Charlotte Rampling, Charles Dance, Adrian Lester and Mark Stanley. Euphoria is produced by Frida Bargo and Patrik Andersson from B-Reel Films and co-produced by Alicia Vikander’s production company Vikarious Film and the production company Dancing Camel. Photo by ©Jürgen Olczyk.