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Shiva Baby it’s in the The Toronto International Film Festival official selection for the 2020 edition.
The Toronto International Film Festival will be much more “International” than “Toronto” this year because, in response to the coronavirus pandemic, many screenings, including all press and industry screenings, will be entirely virtual. On July 31, TIFF announced its 2020 programming slate, which has been reduced from the usual hundreds of films to 50 new features.
The Toronto International Film Festival will run from September 10 to September 19, and the schedule will be released on August 25.
About the movie Shiva Baby (*Dianna’s character is called Kim)
Danielle is in terminal and has a paid sex with Max, a married man. Today, she must join her neurotic parents in order to participate in a Shiva, a Jewish ritual that is performed after the death of a loved one. When he arrived, his casual attitude and disinterest in higher education earned him disparaging remarks from some of his family. This special day takes an unexpected turn when Max shows up with his wife and their crying baby…
The first official trailer for Dianna’s movie Conspiracy (formerly titled Conspiracy on Jekyll Island and Jekyll Island) is here and it is looking intense! Check it out below along with a short description of the movie. I have also added screencaps of the trailer and the first still of Dianna in the movie to the gallery. What do you guys think? Look like a good movie?
Set two years in the future when the US economy is on the brink of yet another massive financial crisis, CONSPIRACY tells the story of Guy Clifton, a federally-indicted stock trader, who is secretly enlisted by the federal government to help thwart a cyber-attack aimed at the US stock market – an attack that could permanently cripple the economy.
This fast-paced, save-the-world thriller is a story of redemption that also challenges viewers to question if their money is safe and if so, for how long…
I have finally gotten to the chance to finish uploading the missing screencaptures from seasons 3, 5 and 6 of Glee to the gallery. Thank you to Screencapped.net for the caps from seasons 5 and 6. And thank you to my lovely friend Mel for the caps from season 3 as we were missing literally half the season. I’ll be peeping around the Glee category to see what else we’re missing before I mark it as “complete” on my mental checklist. Enjoy what I’ve uploaded in the meantime!
Dianna Agron is pushing herself into new territory in the dark fantasy, Bare, out Oct. 30. The drama, which first premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival, stars the Glee alum as a naive small-town girl in Nevada named Sarah Barton, whose world bursts wide open when she meets the drifter Pepper (Paz de la Huerta). What follows is a journey through illicit drugs, seedy sex clubs, and troubling relationships.
“Nothing I’ve done since my time on Glee has been the same,” the 29-year-old actress told InStyle recently. “It’s important that I continue to challenge myself.” And that’s just what she did with this character. “I wanted to play a girl at a crossroads about to have a spiritual awakening. She is someone who is letting those around her make her choices for her, and isn’t taking charge of her own destiny. I wanted to show that life doesn’t just happen to you. At any given point, you have choices, and you have to decide what to do about them.”
Part of her character’s journey involves becoming romantically involved with Pepper. You will see them escaping for wild nights out together, cuddling, and kissing throughout the film. Their believable intimacy was due, in large part, to their contrasting energies. “Pepper is headstrong, brazen at all times, full of passion,” recalled Agron. “In order for me to play the submissive, I needed someone [like Paz] with that energy. And luckily that’s what we had together.”
Their romance culminates in a desert sex scene after the two characters take psychedelics and spend the day high, roaming the abyss. Agron said it was freezing when the scene was shot. And she was nude. “This was not my first sex scene on camera, but it was my first with a woman,” she said. “No matter who it is, a sex scene is never an easy thing to do. But there is a trust in your scene partner, and a dedication to giving the moment integrity. Before you know it, it’s over, and you’ve forgotten everything you’ve just done. Actors all say the same thing, but that’s because it’s true. Sex scenes are just awkward.”
“Next year I’ll be 30 and I couldn’t be happier. I’m very proud of the woman I’ve become.” We love to hear that from Dianna Agron, especially when discussing her latest film Bare.It’s perhaps her bravest role yet, taking on stripping, her first nude scene, and the sexual and existential liberation of a young girl in Nevada. It’s the desert, drugs, Paz de le Huerta, and a totally trippy adventure of a film. In the film directed by newcomer Natalia Leite, Agron plays Sarah, a woman stuck working at a supermarket, still living at home, and dating a guy she doesn’t even like. When wanderer Pepper (Huerta) crashes on her couch, appearing out of nowhere, they begin a friendship. Pepper’s motives are elusive and she’s clearly a bad influence, giving Sarah drugs and eventually helping her land a job at the local strip club. As dangerous as Pepper may seem, Sarah becomes attracted to her freedom, both sexually and emotionally. As Sarah moves farther away from her tedious past, she will deal with how her decisions affect her future. We recently spoke to Agron about making the move into such risky, new territory, her own rebellion growing up, and her views on the fluidity of sexuality.
This film really launches you into new territory as an actress. Were you at a placewhere you were ready to break free a bit? I guess I have always been ready for different roles and challenges, but they come at different times, some when you’re ready and some when you’re not. I read Bare a year before I signed on. When I first read it, I didn’t engage because they wanted me for Sarah. If anything, I wanted to play Pepper, play against the innocent look that I can tend to have and use some of my past experiences to fuel the role. I never spoke with Natalia and it wasn’t until a year later when it came back around, due to scheduling conflicts with another actress, that I had a new perspective. I came to the conclusion that playing Sarah could be an homage to the time where I, too, was at a crossroads and even though it was over 10 years ago, I could access that with the right actress opposite me.
Following the debut of the teaser for Tory Burch’s new fashion film, L’Américaine, directed by Dianna Agron and starring The Leftovers actress Margaret Qualley, theAn American in Paris-inspired short is now premiering exclusively on Pret-a-Reporter.
The flick tells the tale of Qualley as a young, beautiful American in the City of Light who meets a handsome Frenchman, all while highlighting the designer’s covetable Paris Capsule collection.
“I think fashion films are quite popular these days, and I think the trick is more than anything to keep it simple. If you want people to be looking at the clothes, you can’t have an overly complicated story,” Agron told Pret-a-Reporter. “My first and only concern was making sure the story was coming through and the clothes were being beautifully depicted.” And based on what we’ve seen, Agron has done just that.
Today was the big day for Zipper! The movie starring Lena Headey, Patrick Wilson and our beloved Dianna Agron that premiered at Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, came out in a few selected theaters as well as on demand. Dianna played had a small role but needless to say, she was amazing as Dalia.
To celebrate her recently opened Paris flagship store, Tory Burch designed the Paris Capsule Collection. And to fete that range of fun and flirty sportswear she, along with Glee actress and now writer/director Dianna Agron and The Leftovers actress Margaret Qualley collaborated on a feel-good short film titled L’Américaine, debuting Aug. 31.
As all great things do, this project came about quite naturally. Agron, who polished her behind-the-camera chops directing a music video last year, was having lunch with a friend at the company who asked her advice on short film budgets since they were being pitched by production companies. “I said, ‘I can do it for this,’” recalls Agron, “I was [sort of] joking — not pitching myself, not ‘you have to hire me.'” But a week later, she tells Pret-a-Reporter, “They said, ‘we’re really quite interested in your take and what you would do.’ I wrote a couple pitches and it ended up working.”
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