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Film Review: The Lost City of Z

By Maria Esteves – March 14, 2017 Dedicated to the Loving Memory of My Father Getulio Esteves (1927-2016). THE LOST CITY OF Z is a compelling true story based on the three voyages of a British explorer Lieutenant Colonel Percy Fawcett (Charlie Hunnam) during 1906-1954, who journeyed to find a city between Bolivia and Brazil, in the uncharted Amazonian jungle, the oldest civilization known to mankind. Raised from humble beginnings, the first voyage, allowed Percy to redeem his fam...

NYFF54 The Lost City of Z Press Conference Photos

By Maria Esteves The 54th New York Film Festival 2016 (NYFF54) Closing Night Premiere Press Conference of THE LOST CITY OF Z, with director James Gray; cast members , Sienna Miller, Robert Pattinson, Tom Holland, and Angus Macfadyen moderated by festival director Kent Jones, NYFF, was held at the Walter Reade Theater, NYC, Saturday, October 15, 2016.   Questions posed to director Gray and cast members by moderator Jones and members of the press included: When did you read this materi...

Scenes from Two Lovers

Scenes from James Gray's Two Lovers which showed in competition at the Cannes Film Festival 2008.

James Gray on Love

James Gray, director of the film Two Lovers, which premiered at Cannes, discusses the concept of love with relation to his film, which premiered at Cannes 2008.

In competition: "Two Lovers" by James Gray

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The film: Premiering in Competition, Two Lovers by James Gray is the third film the American director has brought to Cannes, eight years after The Yards and one year after We Own the Night. Set in Brooklyn, it stars Joaquin Phoenix, a frequent presence in Gray's films, playing a man named Leonard Kraditor who has returned to live with his family after a traumatic romantic disappointment. There, he meets two women: Michelle, the new neighbor, played by Gwyneth Paltrow, and Sandra, the daughte...

“Two Lovers” debuts in Cannes

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American director James Gray’s “Two Lovers” premiered in Cannes Monday evening.Gray, and the film’s actors Gwyneth Paltrow and Vanessa Shaw walked the Red Carpet together. Actor Joaquin Phoenix also starred in the film, but was not present.Premiering in Competition, Two Lovers by James Gray is the third film the American director has brought to Cannes, eight years after The Yards and one year after We Own the Night. Set in Brooklyn, it stars Joaquin Phoenix, a frequent presence in Gray's...

Buzz Begins At The Burns

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 Wednesday, October 17---------In this busy theatrical film season, as many as a dozen films premiere every Friday at local multiplexes. Many films that would benefit from a slow build up and the essential qualities of  "word of mouth" fail to ignite fire on their intial weekend openings and often disappear without a trace in a scant week or two. In the ferocious environment of theatrical distribution, if one's opening weekend is below expectations, the results can be disasterous. Di...

« La Nuit nous Appartient » de James Gray

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Sept ans après The Yards, présenté en Compétition, l’Américain James Gray revient sur la Croisette pour défendre les chances de son troisième long métrage, La Nuit nous Appartient. L’action du film se situe dans les années 80, à New York. Fils d’une famille de policiers (Mark Wahlberg et Robert Duvall), Bobby ((Joaquin Phoenix), le patron d’une boîte de nuit financée avec l’argent de la mafia russe, cache ses origines à ses associés. Alors que les autorités lancent une o...

"We Own the Night" by James Gray

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Seven years after The Yards, presented in Competition, American director James Gray is back on the Croisette competing a third time for a chance at the Palme d’Or with We Own the Night. The action is set in NY in the 80s. NYPD officers and father & son (Robert Duvall and Mark Wahlberg) are caught up in a crime drama with a Russian gangster (Joaquin Phoenix) operating out of his nightclub. The assault is launched against organized crime and drug trafficking and the young police officer must...

We Own the Night Trailer

Trailer from James Gray's We Own the Night, premiering Friday, May 25th at Cannes 2007.

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