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Crazy Stupid Love Premiere At Bondi Junction Event Cinemas - 14th September 2011

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Crazy Stupid Love Premiere At Bondi Junction Event Cinemas : Photography: Eva RinaldiCrazy Stupid Love Premiere At Bondi Junction Event Cinemas - 14th September 2011 The extremely funny Steve Carell has outdone himself in 'Crazy Stupid Love' in a flick that is tipped to snatch numerous 'love story of the year' awards. Carell, well known for his great performance in 'Date Night' and the lead in 'The 40-Year-Old Virgin', puts on a tremendous show here. ...

Canada's Own Ryan Gosling

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  Ryan Gosling, the nova hot actor, is a native Canadian and the biggest film festival in his country is indulging in a bit of Gosling-fever. The actor, who grew up in southern Ontario, appears in two high profile films at the Toronto International Film Festival, which opens on September 8. THE IDES OF MARCH, a behind-the-scenes political thriller directed by George Clooney, gives its biggest role to Gosling’s young press secretary, who does all things legal and illegal to protect the...

68th 'Biennale' Venice Film Festival kick off!

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 Last night at the opening of the 68th Venice Film Festival (La Biennale) George Clooney's latest film, THE IDES OF MARCH (2011) premiered. The film is about the ideals of politics clashing with the real world of dirty politics based on the play by writer Beau Willimon. Cast members Evan Rachel Wood, Paul Giamatti, Philip Seymour Hoffman and Marisa Tomei joined George Clooney on the red carpet for the world premier of their film.written by Vanessa McMahon  From Biennale press... 68t...

Toronto Film Festival Takes Shape

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For most of the planet, the official end of summer does not come until the autumn equinox on September 21. However, for people in the film industry, the Fall season begins in only a few weeks, with the beginning of the autumn film festival cycle. Kicking off (startingly early this year) in Montreal on August 18 with the Montreal World Film Festival and then dashing across the pond to the Venice Film Festival, which begins on August 28, and then back across to the Toronto Film Festival, ...

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DRIVE-ing AT CANNES, with Ryan Gosling

Nicolas Refn and Ryan Gosling at Cannes press conference talking about their heterosexual love for each other.photo by Vanessa McMahon 

DRIVE-ing AT CANNES, with Ryan Gosling

Ryan Gosling at Cannes for his new film DRIVE (2011) which ran in competitionphoto 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.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.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: Actor Ryan Gosling.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 press conference

the press conference for the film in competition DRIVE(2011) at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. Director NicolasWinding Refn and actor Ryan Gosling. photo by Vanessa McMahon 

Film-noir 'Drive' shifts Cannes into high gear

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  Canadian actor Ryan Gosling (AFP, Anne-Christine Poujoulat) CANNES, France - The Cannes film festival got a shot of high-octane drama on Friday with "Drive," a violent film-noir thriller set in Los Angeles, rich in Detroit iron and inspired in part by the Brothers Grimm. Canadian actor Ryan Gosling stars in Danish auteur Nicolas Winding Refn's tale of a solitary Hollywood stunt-car driver and part-time wheelman for armed robbers who morphs into a cold...

Marisa Tomei to Host Academy's Sci-Tech Awards®

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Oscar®-winning actress Marisa Tomei will host the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' Scientific and Technical Awards on Saturday, February 12, at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills.  Tomei will present 11 awards to 23 individual recipients during the evening. Tomei won a Supporting Actress Academy Award® in 1992 for her performance in "My Cousin Vinny."  She has since received nominations in the category for her roles in "In the Bedroom" (2001) and ...

Commentary - Blue Valentine

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After the screening of Blue Valentine on Friday night, Producer Jamie Patricof gave us a little background on how long it has taken to get this film to the screen. He’s been on board for 9 of the 12 years Derek Cianfance (Brother Tide) was in the midst of both writing  and directing this wonderfully, heart-wrenching depiction of a couple learning each other, needing each other and then needing different things and hurting each other.In the first incarnation of the screenplay Cianfrance had ...

Whatever Happened To Ryan Gosling?

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I've never seen The Notebook.  I know.  That's bad right?  An alleged film connoisseur who writes a blog about films and never has seen The Notebook.  But I must admit, I've seen just about every other Ryan Gosling film made. My favorite is the film Half Nelson where he plays the crack-addicted school teacher who begins an unlikely friendship with one of his students.  I also loved his work in United States of Leland where he had the opportunity to work with the likes of Kevi...

Un certain regard: Blue Valentine of Derek Cianfrance

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Synopsis: BLUE VALENTINE is the story of love found and love lost told in past and present moments in time. Flooded with romantic memories of their courtship, Dean and Cindy use one night to try and save their failing marriage. Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams star in this honest portrait of a relationship on the rocks. ...

A rash of deals announced from Sundance, at last.

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As the Sundance Film Festival shifts into its final weekend, with awards being announced on Saturday evening, several distribution deals have been announced. While the horde of film executives left the Festival in the past 48 hours, a rash of deals have been announced, with more expected in the days and weeks ahead. The heyday of when films were bought in the opening hours of the Festival are long gone, due to the difficult distribution landscape and the smaller number of active distribution buy...
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