Wednesday, November 29, 2017

New/old photo of Kristen and Chloe Sevigny in Savannah, GA - Nov/ Dec 2016

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The photo was taken during 'Lizzie' filming in Savannah, GA.

Chloe Sevigny "Me and this fire cracker made a movie and it's going to Sundance 2018 she had my back and I'll love her forever ! Congrats to our hard working cast and crew! Thanks to Original Pinkie Masters for giving us a safe place to let our hair down!"

'Lizzie' will world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival on 19 January 2018

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(Director: Craig William Macneill, Screenwriter: Bryce Kass, Producers: Naomi Despres, Liz Destro) — Based on the 1892 murder of Lizzie Borden’s family in Fall River, MA, this tense psychological thriller lays bare the legend of Lizzie Borden to reveal the much more complex, poignant and truly terrifying woman within — and her intimate bond with the family’s young Irish housemaid, Bridget Sullivan. Cast: Chloë Sevigny, Kristen Stewart, Jamey Sheridan, Fiona Shaw, Kim Dickens, Denis O'Hare. World Premiere - US Dramatic Competition

More details from the Sundance site: 

1892: Headstrong Lizzie Borden lives with her wealthy father, stepmother, and sister in Fall River, Massachusetts. Lizzie lovingly tends to her pet pigeons and is occasionally allowed out of her dimly lit, foreboding house, but otherwise lives under strict rules set by her domineering father. When her family hires live-in maid Bridget, an uneducated Irish immigrant, the two find kindred spirits in one another. Their friendship begins with covert communication and companionship that blossoms into an intimate relationship. Meanwhile, tension builds in the Borden household, and Lizzie’s claustrophobic existence becomes increasingly more oppressive and abusive, leading to its inevitable breaking point.

Director Craig William Macneill (whose short film Henley played at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival) and writer Bryce Kass champion feminism and sexuality as they craft a compelling psychological thriller based on the unsolved, much-speculated-about murders of the Borden parents. As Lizzie Borden, Chloë Sevigny delivers a performance defined by interiority, brimming with intelligence and simmering rage, and capturing more humanity than the notoriety that surrounds her would suggest.

Run Time: 105 mins

Cast & Credits:
Director: Craig William Macneill
Writer: Bryce Kass
Production Companies: Powder Hound Pictures, Destro Films, Artina Films
Producers: Naomi Despres, Liz Destro, Chloë Sevigny
Executive Producers: Roxanne Fie Anderson, Elizabeth Stillwell, Edward J. Anderson, Carolyn Hunt, Bryce Kass, Myles Nestel, Lisa Wilson
Co Producer: Josh Bachove
Editor: Abbi Jutkowitz
Director Of Photography: Noah Greenberg
Production Designer: Elizabeth Jones
Costume Designer: Natalie O'Brien
Composer: Jeff Russo
Principal Cast: Chloë Sevigny, Kristen Stewart, Jamey Sheridan, Fiona Shaw, Kim Dickens, Denis O'Hare.

The festival runs from January 18 to 28 in 2018. 

  • January 19 (Library Center Theatre, Park City) - 9.00pm (World Premiere)
(8pm PT/ 11pm ET/ Sat 4am UK/ Sat 5am CET/ Sat 3pm AEST)

  • January 20 (Prospector Square Theatre, Park City) - 8.30am
  • January 21 (The Grand Theatre, Salt Lake City) - 12.15pm
  • January 25 (Eccles Theatre, Park City) - 9.30pm
  • January 26 (Temple Theatre) - 12 noon. 
All times are local times (MTZ).

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Saturday, November 25, 2017

Photos of Kristen at the Black Jaguar White Tiger Foundation ranch in Mexico - 20 November 2017

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Black Jaguar White Tiger "Kristen Stewart came to visit us last Monday and let me tell you that she’s one super Lovely Human Being. She spent with us around 5 hours and went to both of our ranches. Both her and JD have super pretty eyes..."

Photo: Gavin Bond 

For details on the foundation, and to help them save and protect lions and other big felines and animals by donating, please visit their site.

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Monday, November 20, 2017

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Kristen talks to WWD about directing and her next project

Kristen Stewart recently made her directorial debut with the short “Come Swim,” and is already back at it. The actress — and now, director — noted that she’s working on “adapting something” for her next project. Has directing taught her anything new about acting?

“To be honest not really,” she said while attending The Museum of Modern Art’s Film Benefit honoring Julianne Moore on Monday night. Stewart went on to describe her interest in directing and acting as rooted in the same intention.

“Just from a really young age I’ve always thought — even if it wasn’t a great film, if there’s something to be said by someone and it’s a singular perspective and you have essentially 100 to 200 people supporting that, I always just grew up thinking I wanted that,” she said. “I wanted to hold that responsibility. And I wanted to protect something precious, and give people an opportunity to be seen, and in a really true way. I just love this s–t, I’m just happy to be doing it.”


Quotes and details about the Museum of Modern Art Film Benefit honoring Julianne Moore - 13 November 2017

Some articles may be repetitive or were covered in the videos on our main post but we thought we would collate the quotes and details here. Read the full articles from the event by clicking on the links.


Though Moore's actual daughter was in attendance, her Still Alice co-star Kristen Stewart told InStyle why she loves the star. "She's really considerate. It's like all the things that you would say about someone that was nice to you. She's nice to absolutely everyone in the room," she said. "She's a really good actor because she actually cares about how people feel and I'm so lucky to have known her since I was quite small because I want to affect people the way she affects people."


Stewart then took the stage and gave her Still Alice costar a glowing tribute, joking that she wished the actress was her mom.

“I met you ages ago but you’re my work mom. I love my mom, no disrespect at all, but I wish you were my mom,” Stewart said. “We’ve shared so many moments that have shaped me and fed me and that would be in and out of the work we’ve done together.  She is a hand holder and I need that and most people do, which is why her work is so effective.”


Stewart, who met Moore on the set of Catch That Kid when she was 12, described Moore as her work mom, “and I love my mom, no disrespect to her, but like, I wish you were my mom.” Moore’s real daughter, 15 year-old Liv, sat smiling in the audience with her mother’s red hair and smile, dressed, naturally, in tulle-trimmed Chanel.

Dinner was served under the watchful gaze of Louise Bourgeois’s spider climbing up the wall of the Marron Atrium. The spider also had the best view of the postprandial performance, which got half of the room standing and dancing. Lauryn Hill took the stage in a calf-length Chanel tweed coat and as soon as the music started, Stewart shed her own Chanel tweed jacket, baring the chain-link straps of her crop tank top, and jumped up to dance with Sunrise Coigney and Banks.

W Magazine

During the film benefit Moore was honored by speeches from a few of her close friends in the industry, including Stewart. "It’s an odd combination to be awestruck and proud; those two things don’t normally go together. I met you ages ago, but you’re like my work mom. I love my mom, no disrespect at all, but I wish you were my mom!" shouted Stewart from the stage.


“I don’t know everyone in here but I bet she’s the coolest person in the room,” said Kristen Stewart, who recently made her directorial debut with the short “Come Swim.” “Julie, you’re, like, truly special to me, as you know…I f—ing love you, dude.”


Kristen Stewart spoke emotionally about her relationship with Moore and seemed almost on the verge of tears standing at the podium. Stewart was 12 when she met Moore on Catch That Kid, a film Moore’s husband Bart Freundlich directed, and also worked with her on Still Alice. Stewart called Moore her “work mom,” and praised her generosity and kindness.

“In our line of work, it’s not just a job, it’s deeply personal, and the reason why she is this trustworthy beacon of an actor is she is one of the most thoughtful, compassionate, curious, willfully tireless excavators of what people feel and what drives them and what hurts them and what elates them,” Stewart said.

On the red carpet before the event, Stewart spoke about how she wants to be the kind of actress Moore is. “She actually cares about how people feel,” said Stewart. “I want to keep up. I want to affect people the way that she affects people.”

Vanity Fair

Stewart, wearing a Chanel suit with cropped silvery hair, spoke to Moore directly from the podium: “I met you ages ago, but you’re like my work mom. . . . No disrespect, but I wish you were my mom. It’s something deeply personal.”

Monday, November 13, 2017

Kristen attends the Museum of Modern Art Film Benefit honoring Julianne Moore - 13 November 2017



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