Kristen is in the Documentarty “Aware, Anywhere – Olivier Assayas”

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AWARE ANYWHERE  : OLIVIER ASSAYAS

ฉายที่ Cannes Film Festival : May 25,2017  ความยาว 52 นาที

ภาพยนตร์สารคดี ชีวิตการสร้างหนังของผู้กำกับชาวฝรั่งเศส Olivier Assayas .. เพียงไม่กี่วันหลังจากที่ Assayas ได้รับรางวัล Best Director : Cannes Film Festival 2014 จากเรื่อง “Clouds of Sils Maria” เขาก็ต้องยกเลิกโปรเจคท์ใหม่เรื่อง “Idol’s Eye” ด้วยปัญหาเรื่องเงินทุนสร้าง และ ในโอกาสนี้เองที่ผู้กำกับ Benoît Bourreau ได้ติดต่อเข้าพบเขา เพื่อขอถ่ายทำการสร้างหนังของเขา ซึ่งในภาพยนตร์สารคดีเรื่อง “Aware,Anywhere – Olivier Assayas” จะรวมบางฉากของหลังกล้องกองถ่ายเรื่อง “Personal Shopper” ซึ่งถ่ายทำที่ ปารีส , ลอนดอน , ปราก , และ โอมาน รวมทั้งได้บอกเล่าเรื่องราว การนำ Personal Shopper มาฉายที่ New York โดยมี Kent Jones ผู้อำนวยการ New York Film Festival และ Kristen Stewart ร่วมเข้าฉากในสารคดีเรื่องนี้ด้วย 

Directed by: Benoît Bourreau (France, 2017)

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 ”Aware, Anywhere – Olivier Assayas” Trailer 

(เบื้องหลังกองถ่าย Personal Shopper)

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“Aware,Anywhere – Olivier Assayas” ได้ฉายไปแล้วที่ Cannes Film Festival 2017

จะฉายอีกเมื่อไหร่นั้น ติดตามข้อมูลอัพเดตได้ที่  “Aware, Anywhere – Olivier Assayas” IMDb

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Director Kristen’s Cannes ‘Come Swim’ Portraits for THR now Untagged

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Portraits ของผู้กำกับ Kristen Stewart สำหรับ The Hollywood Reporter จาก Cannes 2017

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Director Kristen on the cover of ‘IO Donna’ Magazine Italy + Interview : June 24,2017

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ผู้กำกับ Kristen ขึ้นปกนิตยสาร IO Donna Italy ฉบับ June 24,2017

พร้อมกับสัมภาษณ์ เกี่ยวกับ “Come Swim”

“I Control everything, but I understand the importance of letting go.” : Kristen Stewart

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Cannes 2017 Portrait of Kristen Stewart for Madame Figaro Fr.

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Cannes Portraits ของ Kristen สำหรับ CHANEL &  Madame Figaro โดยช่างภาพ Damon Baker

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‘Come Swim’ Interview of Kristen with Ann Thompson #Cannes2017

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Ann Thompson จาก Indie Wire  สัมภาษณ์ ผู้กำกับ Kristen Stewart เรื่อง Come Swim ที่ Cannes 2017

The star supports more women behind the camera in Hollywood, and looks forward to more directing.

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Kristen Stewart Is Now a Director, and Speaks For Herself: ‘Ask Me Anything!’ 

The actress made her fourth trek to Cannes with her directing debut, short “Come Swim.”

She wants to do it again.

When Kristen Stewart goes to Cannes, she’s usually promoting a movie directed by someone else — like Olivier Assayas’ “Personal Shopper,” which debuted on the Riviera last year. The actress’s Cannes anxiety usually derives from wanting to represent her director correctly, to get out the right message. But this year’s different.

“I’m not working for anyone but myself,” she says, beaming. “Ask me anything!”

Stewart came to Cannes this year as the director of her first short, the 17-minute “Come Swim.” She and her producers at Starlight Studios pitched the film to women’s website Refinery29, which also backed her chum Chloe Sevigne’s short “Kitty: The Movie.” They helped Stewart to develop her rough outline, in which she described an image of a giant wave “getting bigger and bigger” that “never breaks.” Stewart already knew just the Australian underwater photographer to shoot it. Indeed, the film’s opening shot is a stunner.

The actress has been wanting to make movies since she was 10 years old, watching her show-business parents put in 16-hour days. Actress-director Jodie Foster, her co-star in David Fincher’s “Panic Room,” was surprised it took Stewart so long to take the directing helm. “You seemed like someone who wants to make something,” she told her recently.

Indeed she did. Stewart rallied her crew and cast (led by rookie Josh Kaye) around her pearl of an idea for an experimental, impressionistic essay on fear and water. They moved from asking her what she needed to becoming enthusiastic collaborators. “I’m a control freak,” she said. “I hate something I can’t wrestle down.” But on set, she got a kick out of watching her team get excited. “I saw them switch on,” she said. “I planted that seed!”

She was afraid that filming might present a question that she did not know how to answer. “I never ran into that wall,” she said. “It informed itself every day. It was like excavating this pearl and everyone could see it. I knew where we were going to be at any given moment.”

Like her Cannes sisters Jessica Chastain, Nicole Kidman, and Isabelle Huppert, Stewart enthusiastically supports encouraging more women directors like Kelly Reichardt (“Certain Women”). “Nobody can tell the stories she tells,” said Stewart.

And she’d rather talk about her films than many of the silly questions that come her way. “Anything that takes focus away from the work is usually media and money,” she said.

While Stewart is developing material for herself to direct, she has no interest in taking on the arduous job of producing; she’d rather let someone else help her to realize her goals as a director and actress.

Since Stewart debuted Come Swim at Sundance, she has already directed a Chvrches music video, and wants to turn political for a short about gun control. As an actress, she’s wrapped indie biopic “Lizzie,” in which she stars as 19th-century murderess Lizzie Borden; action feature “Underwater” (Twentieth Century Fox); and is now prepping her role as Savannah Knoop in Justin Kelly’s movie about the infamous fictional persona JT Leroy, opposite Laura Dern as writer and con artist Laura Albert.

At a Cinema Francais dinner, I asked Juliette Binoche if she’d like to join Stewart on another Assayas film. “Of course!” she replied. Stewart says they just have to wait to see what Assayas dreams up for them.

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Source : Ann Thompson IndieWire

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Videos: Interview of Kristen with the Associated Press for ‘Come Swim’ at Cannes 2017

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Kristen’s Interview with ‘Women in Hollywood’ in Cannes #ComeSwim

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Kristen Stewart is crafting a great career for herself. She shot to international stardom in “Twilight,” but it’s what she’s done after the vampire romance franchise that really makes her stand out. Instead of gravitating towards blockbusters or Oscar bait, she’s signed on to interesting indie projects and delivered standout performances in films like Kelly Reichardt’s “Certain Women” and Oliver Assayas’s “Personal Shopper” and “The Clouds of Sils Maria.” And now she’s getting into directing. She’s at Cannes screening her new short, “Come Swim.”

I spoke with Stewart about when she decided to step behind the camera, what she looks for in a project, and why she thinks directing should never be about correcting.

“Come Swim” made its world premiere at Sundance in January and debuted at Cannes May 20.

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Master Post : “Come Swim” Special Screening at Cannes Film Festival : May 20,2017

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“Come Swim” Special Screening at Cannes Film Festival : May 20,2017

‘Come Swim’ ภาพยนตร์สั้นเรื่องแรกของผู้กำกับ Kristen Stewart เปิดตัวฉายที่ Cannes

ในช่วง ฉลอง 70 ปีของเทศกาลภาพยนตร์ Cannes Film Festival

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ผู้กำกับ Kristen Stewart บินข้ามทวีปตรงมาจากกองถ่าย Underwater ที่ New Orleans  (เหมือน Cannes 2014 บินมา 2 วันระหว่างถ่ายทำ American Ultraที่ NOLA เช่นเดียวกัน) งานนี้ เล็บไม่ได้แต่งไม่ได้ทา ผิวสีแทนทั้งตัวเพราะโดนแดดทุกวัน จบงานนี้ วันรุ่งขึ้น (21)  ก็กลับไปทำงานต่อที่ New Orleans  และปิดกล้องลงในวันที่ 27 พ.ค.

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/ผู้กำกับ Kristen Stewart พร้อมกับโปรดิวเวอร์ David Shapiro  นักแสดงนำ Josh Kaye, Sydney Lopez

และ Editor/Director Jacob Schulsinger บนพรมแดง Cannes Film Festival

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“เชื่อไหมว่า ฉันคิดว่า ฉันชอบการเดินพรมแดงที่ Cannes ที่สุดในโลก มันมีอะไรบางอย่างดีๆ ที่น่ารักมากๆ คือ ไม่มีใครมาคอยตะโกนถามคุณว่า “วันนี้คุณสวมชุดอะไร ของใคร?” ไม่มีใครบอกให้คุณคอนหมุนตัวทางโน้นทางนี้ คุณก็แค่เดินไปตามพรมแดงแค่นั้นเอง และเมื่อคุณมีหนังมาฉายโชว์ที่นี่ คุณก็จะเป็นคนสุดท้ายที่ยืนอยู่บนพรมแดง เพื่อนๆ นักแสดงทีมงานทุกคนคล้องแขนเดินขึ้นบันไดไปพร้อมๆ กัน .. นั่นคือการให้เกียรติกันจริงๆ ในวงการภาพยนตร์ที่นี่ มันคือความชื่นชมยินดี และ มันเป็นความรู้สึกที่ดีจริงๆ” : Kristen Stewart

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ผู้กำกับ Kristen Stewart และ Josh Kaye นักแสดงนำ “Come Swim”

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“Kristen Stewart กลับมาเยือนอีกครั้งในปีนี้ เพิ่มความร้อนแรงบนขั้นบันได Cannes ในฐานะผู้กำกับหนังสั้น “Come Swim” .. เธอคือ ‘ดารา’ … Kristen Stewart returns this year set fire to the steps as the director of a short film ‘Come Swim’,  She’s a star” : Thierry Frémaux  President of Cannes Film Festival

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“สาวน้อยคนนี้สามารถทำได้ทุกอย่าง ทำทุกอย่างให้มันเกิดขึ้นได้ เหมาะสมแล้วที่ฝรั่งเศสมอบรางวัล Cesar ให้กับเธอThis girl can do everything, everything incarnate. The French were right to give her a Cesar.” :  Thierry Frémaux  

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“จะด้วยมุมมองใด เธอก็เป็น Queen of Cannes.” : Thierry Frémaux

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Director Kristen’s Interview with Republica Italy at Cannes 2017

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The ‘Twilight’ star features a new look (“I want to play with the contrasts”) and presents the short ‘Come Swim’ telling the story of a 30-year-old man who can not slow down his thirst and end up in the ocean : “In my work there is also an ecological message”

Kristen, the theme of ocean-going existence is a reminder of your own life? 

KS : “It is what we all feel when we feel separated from the others, but I was not afraid to confront the issue of separation and alienation, even of my own separations … I wanted to translate an inner process into images.”

What is the protagonist? 

KS : “The awakening, I would say, inner life does not reflect daily interaction, what you can not communicate and that is a normal thing, and one day you feel so saturated that it looks like you’re trying to walk underwater; You can breathe, but two inches further and breathe, and we’re all the same. And you say, but I’m sure I’m able to live among you. “

What did you want to communicate with Come Swim ? 

KS : “My desire to expand, I was fixed on the image of an outcast, isolated male who celebrates his isolation and sleeps on the bottom of the ocean. There is rubbish at the bottom of the ocean, I have seen images of that whole Dirt that makes me turn the stomach.I remember the image of a chair down there, and I put it in my short film on a mattress, yes, there is also ecology. “

“We are subject to water in every way – she adds – we need to survive, and yet he is stronger than us. The idea behind the movie is that the only way to stand up is to surrender to something you can not win I am a maniac of control and I personally hate water, I do not like the beach, I’m claustrophobic, so for me it made sense for someone who has lost the ability to be normal, as the protagonist of my movie, To be immersed in an epic state of submission, if it fights it. “

Why does this look “hard”? 

KS : “Because inside I feel very delicate, very feminine, and I wanted to play with contrasts.”

“Trying to look harder and more aggressive has opened my mind, but I also want to say that my next project, JT Leroy , about a young man who pretends to be a transgender writer named JT Leroy, Asking for various wigs to wear, so it was worth getting to almost zero and oxygenate me. “

You meanwhile are making the Underwater thriller: a coincidence? 

KS : “Again Underwater, true, but surely it’s a coincidence. We are turning in chronological order, and it’s a movie that really is getting rid of me, since I have to run scenes underwater, dressed in mud and cylinders weighing 50 pounds, I’m destroyed … It’s the story of a submarine research lab threatened by an earthquake. It’s an all-action movie, very male, but that’s where I discovered the female side of the character inside me. “

And then, what will you do? 

KS : “I’m writing, and I’m looking for a movie to run as a director, but it’s not easy. I liked the short film experience because there is no form, you do not have to entertain in a standard way, which allows you to incorporate the visual story To the esoteric spirit and the emotion.If you have an hour and a half or more time you have to start a start, a half, and a end, and the length of the narrative structure is short: a short no. With a music video: you can do and experiment with anything, but I’m exploring the idea of ​​stretching short to a movie, seeing my character when he wakes up, follow him. “

“It’s always an unpredictable Russian mountain: you never know what’s waiting for you, so I like it.”

Your relationship with Chanel? 

KS : “Every time I go to Paris is like finding myself in the family on Thanksgiving: Everyone loves you and they’re coming, and everyone wants to know everything about you. I really admire the creativity of their team -” Hold the bag on the ground, okay, Click, done! “- and I aspire to that same endless creativity.”

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Source : Republica Italy

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