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DRIVE at TIFF 2011

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DRIVE (2011) held its North American premier this week at 2011 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). Below is the press conference for the film in competition DRIVE (2011) at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. On panel were: Director Nicolas Winding Refn, Actor Ryan Gosling, Writer Hossein Amini, Editor Mat Newman, Producer Marc Platt and Producer Adam Siegel.Nicolas Winding Refn is a former student of Von Trier so naturally, there was a thick tension in the DRIVE pressroom with ever...

DRIVE-ing at Cannes, with Ryan Gosling

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This was a very endearing press conference, especially in light of Lars Von Trier’s press conference two days prior for MELANCHOLY (2011) that still had everyone’s head spinning in Cannes. Von Trier’s comments on his Nazi sympathies as well as his protested desire to return to Denmark and focus only on soft and hardcore porn had everyone at Cannes thinking twice about Danish cinema and its praiseworthy art-house directors. Nicolas Winding Refn is a former student of Von Trier so naturally,...

DRIVE press conference

the press conference for the film in competition DRIVE(2011) at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. On panel were: Director NicolasWinding Refn, Actor Ryan Gosling, Writer Hossein Amini, Editor Mat Newman,Producer Marc Platt and Producer Adam Siegel.photo by Vanessa McMahon 

DRIVE press conference

the press conference for the film in competition DRIVE(2011) at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. On panel were: Producer Adam Siegel. photo by Vanessa McMahon 

DrivE press conference

the press conference for the film in competition DRIVE(2011) at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. On panel were: Director NicolasWinding Refn, Actor Ryan Gosling, Writer Hossein Amini, Editor Mat Newman,Producer Marc Platt and Producer Adam Siegel.Here: Actor Ryan Gosling and Writer:Hossein Aminiphoto by Vanessa McMahon 

DriVE press conference

the press conference for the film in competition DRIVE(2011) at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. On panel were: Director NicolasWinding Refn, Actor Ryan Gosling, Writer Hossein Amini, Editor Mat Newman,Producer Marc Platt and Producer Adam Siegel.Here: Ryan Goslingphoto by Vanessa McMahon 

DRIVE press conference

the press conference for the film in competition DRIVE(2011) at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. On panel were: Director NicolasWinding Refn, Actor Ryan Gosling, Writer Hossein Amini, Editor Mat Newman,Producer Marc Platt and Producer Adam Siegel. Here: Marc PlattPHOTO by Vanessa McMahon 

DRIVE-ing AT CANNES, with Ryan Gosling

the press conference for the film in competition DRIVE(2011) at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. On panel were: Director NicolasWinding Refn, Actor Ryan Gosling, Writer Hossein Amini, Editor Mat Newman,Producer Marc Platt and Producer Adam Siegel.photo by Vanessa McMahon 

DRIVE-ing AT CANNES, with Ryan Gosling

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This was a very endearing press conference, especially in light of Lars Von Trier’s press conference two days prior for MELANCHOLY (2011) that still had everyone’s head spinning in Cannes. Von Trier’s comments on his Nazi sympathies as well as his protested desire to return to Denmark and focus only on soft and hardcore porn had everyone at Cannes thinking twice about Danish cinema and its praiseworthy art-house directors. Nicolas Winding Refn is a former student of Von Trier...
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