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Nesta Morgan


nesta's.fest21.com, the Signature Sketch collection of caricature filmic moments in the festival community.

Nesta storyboards, and designs film and tv sets.

Nesta's sketchbooks are full of the character and environment settings of both cinema and literary worlds, they are an original storyboard collection of festival travel sketches, with pen and paper.

Nesta's Sketch Collection covers The Berlinale Talent Campus, Edinburgh Film & Literature Festival, Cannes Film Festival, Venice Film Festival, Viennale Festival, London BFI Film Festival, Discovering Latin America Film Festival, Hay on Wye Literary Festival at Hay ... the International Film Festival Summit talks and the fictional San Lorenzo Festival... aswell as various Key London cultural events, Millers Academy of Arts and Science, Intelligence Squared, YouGov and TED Salon talks.

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Best Actress Award to Emma Stone in LaLaLand directed by Damian Chazelle at Venice Film Festival 2016 by Nesta

Director Damian Chazelle is hitting the double chord joyously as Emma Stone wins best actress, with modern dance we’re going into a dream in the real world, playing out the rhythms of a speech pattern, nursing fantasies in La La Land until lights out…

Pierre Niney plays Frantz in Francois Ozon's film at Venice Film Festival 2016, by Nesta

We listen to Frantz recall “The noise is terrifying. The sound of the wind in the leaves. I can’t hear the notes. Le Suicide, Manet”.  

Paula Beer wins best young Actress with Frantz at Venice Film Festival by Nesta

La Culture Francaise - Allemande is brought to the front by director Francois Ozon with Frantz, as Paula Beer wins best young actress for her portrayal, in both tongues, of a love torn soul drawn into mourning and faced with the imagery of Manet’s painting, Le Suicide

Alicia Viksander with Michael Fassbender in The Light Between Oceans at Venice Film Festival 2016 by Nesta

I draw Actress Alicia Viksander in The Light Between Oceans with Michael Fassbender, she responds dreamlike “Oh, are we on a desert island? Oh, that’s gorgeous!”.

Alicia Viksander in The Light Between Oceans at Venice film Festival 2016 by Nesta

Whilst talking on the character experience Alicia goes onto say “What am I supposed to feel about loss? I learned not to look for that answer” "Oh that's gorgeous..."

Amy Adams with Nocturnal Animals director Tom Ford at Venice film Festival 2016 by Nesta

Tom Ford directs Nocturnal Animals and Amy Adams, who he professes to be “a female version of me”, and goes onto describe “The absurdity” of “my head inside the artist, I fell in love with these women, my true self… and the red velvet sofa”, not surprisingly as Ford’s designs on colour furnish the production, and go as far as to bring inspiration to actor Jake Gyllenha

Naomi Watts stars in The Bleeder at Venice Film Festival 2016 by Nesta

Naomi Watts, actress, goes into costume for her audition sporting “Red boots, fake boobs, leopard print tights, all art forms there to connect to yourself” and she says “Wow, did you just do that!” 

Liev Schreiber as The Bleeder at Venice Film Festival 2016 sketch by Nesta

Jaeger Le Couture winner and Actor Liev Schreiber, describes his part in The Bleeder as “The right choice”, with humour as director Philippe Faladreau provides “Something gritty and sexy in the design of the film, and embraces the flaws of the hand held camera”.

Philippe Faladreau directs The Bleeder at Venice film Festival, by Nesta

Jaeger Le Couture winner and Actor Liev Schreiber, describes his part in The Bleeder as “The right choice”, with humour as director Philippe Faladreau provides “Something gritty and sexy in the design of the film, and embraces the flaws of the hand held camera”, then goes onto dance, like “a pathetic ridiculous person” while Naomi Watts, actress, goes into costume for her audition
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