New Fan Photos of Kristen in NYC : Sept 08,2017

0

Category : News

Brisbane

/

รูปของ Kristen และเพื่อนนักแสดง Ashley Benson กับแฟนคลับที่ Phoenix Bar นิวยอร์ค

 photo DJQ8aS-X0AAuwvY.jpg
 photo DJQ8b2oXkAAjbg7.jpg

/

Source : instagram Via @_Rejane_Santos

/

/

Share

Kristen Attends ‘Rebel in the Rye’ Premiere in NYC : Sept 06,2017

0

Category : News

Bangkok

/

Kristen ไปร่วมงาน พรีเมียร์ภาพยนตร์เรื่อง ‘Rebel in the Rye’

และ ให้กำลังใจ Nicholas Hault ซึ่งนำแสดงในเรื่องนี้

ที่ Metrograph Theatre , NYC : Sept 06,2017

/

 photo a09939593835693.jpg.
 photo eff01c593758973.jpg  photo 7cff90593836543.jpg
.

Kristen , Riley Keough , Suzie และ  Jean Shafiroff   ที่ After Party

 photo 78ca5a593757833.jpg

/

More … ….

.

. Contunue Reading

Share

Kristen Stewart Explains Why She Didn’t Cast Herself in ‘Come Swim’

0

Category : News

Bangkok

/

.

After making her directorial debut with “Come Swim“,

Kristen Stewart is ready to direct a full length feature next.

/

 photo MoMAScreeningRefinery29COMESWIMDirectedjp7CeKv2o-Xx.jpg

.

Kristen Stewart Explains Why She Didn’t Cast Herself in Her Short Directorial Debut, ‘Come Swim’

With her short debut, the longtime actress is beginning to realize her dream of becoming a filmmaker in her own right — which often means letting go of material by casting outside herself.

Kristen Stewart’s second act isn’t just in the works, it’s here. The long-time actress — at age 27, she’s already been acting professionally for more than half her life — initially dreamed of being a filmmaker, a desire she’s lately been putting into practice through short-form directorial opportunities, including a Chvrches music video and her directorial film debut, the short “Come Swim.” The film bowed earlier this year at Sundance, before going on to screen at Cannes and, most recently, a slot as part of Sundance’s traveling Short Film Tour.

Produced as part of Refinery29’s Shatterbox Anthology — a collection of short films all made by women, and of every stripe, from well-known names like Stewart to rising stars like Courtney Hoffman — the film’s short synopsis bills it as “a diptych of one man’s day; half impressionist and half realist portraits.” Part dreamy (and often unnerving) fable, part hard-won drama, the film hinges both on its formal elements, including editing by Jacob Secher Schulsinger (Ruben Ostlund’s regular collaborator, Stewart herself is a huge fan of their “Force Majeure”) and sound design by Matt Vowles, along with a stunning turn from star Josh Kaye, a first-time actor.

At the film’s New York premiere, held last night at the Museum of Modern Art as part of their Future Imperfect sci-fi series, Stewart explained why she choose to cast a newbie like Kaye in such a demanding role. Turns out, she initially toyed with casting herself in the part.

Early in the process, Stewart approached a few other actors, before settling on Kaye. “I kind of propositioned a couple actors that I knew who were busy, and ultimately I was like, ‘Either I’ll do it myself or I’ll hire someone who is just like a buddy.’ Looking back on it, it was probably like the most fruitful relationship I had the whole time. I’m really happy [that’s] how it happened to fall out.”

She added, “I didn’t want like an ‘actor boy’ to do [the part], and I couldn’t jump on it myself, because I really was looking for a transference of energy. I wanted to give someone something and see what they could do with it, not just do it myself, even though I wanted to so badly. I recognized a sameness, like a willingness. He’s so fucking talented, it’s crazy. He’s never done anything, and he’s just a friend of mine.”

When asked if she had ever considered letting another actress play the lead role, and if she was at all stuck on the gender of the part, Stewart explained, “To be honest, to me, there was absolutely no difference between– he could have been a girl, it doesn’t matter.”

Last October at the New York Film Festival, Stewart’s excitement about the next stage of her career was obvious. “That is the most satisfying thing I have ever done,” she said. “As an actor, you’re like a little thing that can help everyone feel this, but when it comes from you — it’s like validation in the most ultimate. You’re not alone. Like, ‘I see you, girl. I see you, and I get it.’ It’s like, ‘Yes!’

Stewart’s passion for film-making isn’t wavering, either. At Cannes, she told our Anne Thompson that she was continuing to develop material for herself to direct, and at last night’s premiere, she shyly told the crowd she’s in the process of wooing an author whose work she is eager to adapt into her first feature.

.

Source : IndieWire

/

 

/

Share

Kristen attends ‘Come Swim’ Q&A at MoMa in New York : Aug 30, 2017

0

Category : News

Bangkok

/

/

 photo MoMAScreeningRefinery29COMESWIMDirectedmzwZz5rauTbx.jpg

 .

Sundance Film Festival ได้จัดโปรแกรม  Sundance Film Festival Short Film Tour

นำภาพยนตร์สั้นที่ฉายในงาน Sundance 2017  ออกทัวร์ตามเมืองต่างๆ ในอเมริกา

จาก “Come Swim” screening ที่ แอลเอ เมื่อ Aug 25,

Aug 30, Kristen ขึ้นเวทีพูดคุยถึงเบื้องหลังการกำกับ “Come Swim” อีกครั้งที่นิวยอร์ค

งานจัดขึ้นที่ Museum of Modern Art (MoMa) 

คืนนี้ มี Zoe Kravitz, Ashley Benson , Riley Keough & Stella Maxwell  มาให้กำลังใจ

/

/

 

 

Kristen , Josh Siegel และ  โปรดิวเซอร์ David Shapiro

Makeup by @todddelano143

 photo MoMAScreeningRefinery29COMESWIMDirected6uLCKme4MK0x.jpg  photo MoMAScreeningRefinery29COMESWIMDirectedh9bxj9mz57Bx.jpg

.

More … …

/

  Contunue Reading

Share

New/Old Fan Pic of Kristen & Jesse on the set of ‘Cafe Society’ in NYC : Oct 21,2015

0

Category : News

Bangkok

/

.

รูป New/Old แฟนพิคของ Kristen & Jesse Eisenberg

ที่กองถ่าย ‘Cafe Society’ ที่ Central Park, NYC : Oct 21,2015

Oct 21 2015 photo DFOm5-jXgAASpOV.jpg

/

Source : instagram Via @A_nchena

/

.

Share

New/Old Fan Photo of Kristen at “The Cut” Studio in NYC : Mar 2017

0

Category : News

Bangkok @ 23:20 BKKLT

/

/

รูปนี้ถ่ายเมื่อไหร่ไม่ปรากฏ น่าจะเป็นช่วงโปรโมท Personal Shopper เมื่อต้นเดือนมีนาคม

รูปนี้ถ่ายที่สตูดิโอของ The Cut , New York Magazine อาจเป็นไปได้ว่า น่าจะมีสัมภาษณ์ใหม่ตามมา

ว่าแต่ เหม่งน้อยกำลังส่อง twitter ของใครหนอ ??

 photo The Cut_New York Magazine.jpg

.

Source : @JessicaKRoy Via  KristenStewartTHAI

/

.

/

Share

Kristen & Olivier Assayas’s interview with the Washington Post

0

Category : News

Bangkok

.

Kristen Stewart: ‘I’m much more comfortable being uncomfortable.’

 photo Texting_IL.jpg
/

Don’t let the title fool you. In “Personal Shopper,” Kristen Stewart’s second outing with French auteur Olivier Assayas (“Clouds of Sils Maria”), the titular occupation refers only to the day job of Stewart’s character, Maureen, a tomboyish young woman who scoots around Paris on a moped picking up expensive clothing, shoes and jewelry for her client (Nora von Waldstätten), a globe-trotting celebrity. Secretly, she hates the work.

Her character’s true calling, you see, is as an artist. She is also something of a spirit medium.

By night, Maureen wanders around her late brother Lewis’s empty house, searching for a sign from beyond the grave. Maureen’s twin, Lewis also was a medium and shared a congenital heart defect with his sister. They had agreed that whoever died first would send the other confirmation of an afterlife.

But it would be a mistake the call “Personal Shopper” a ghost story in any literal sense, says Assayas, who sat in on a conference call with his leading lady to correct misimpressions about the new film. Despite the presence of an ectoplasm-spewing poltergeist, “Personal Shopper” is, according to the 62-year-old filmmaker, less an art-house version of “Ghostbusters” than a metaphor for “visibility and invisibility.”

“It’s a story about someone who gradually manages to comes to terms with herself, and to understand her identity and, eventually, even her own femininity,” Assayas says. “I’m using the conventions of genre film because it’s the best way to convey inner fear, inner anxieties and so on and so forth.”

If the title also is a metaphor, it’s an especially apt one. After all, is it not the task of the personal shopper to channel the personality — or at least the tastes — of another individual? In the film, Maureen is shown studying the work of Hilma af Klint, a Swedish painter who claimed that her pioneering abstractions were commissioned by beings from the astral plane, as well as that of the writer Victor Hugo, who believed he could communicate with spirits of famous dead people. Isn’t channeling, in a manner of speaking, what every actor does?

According to Stewart — who says she’s not sure whether she believes in ghosts — the answer is a resounding yes.

“I find it really self-aggrandizing and idiotic for self-proclaimed artists to take an immense amount of credit for their work, in a way that is self-celebratory,” says the 26-year-old actress, who in 2015 became the first American to win a best supporting actress César — the French equivalent of the Oscar — for her performance in “Sils Maria.” “Really, you’ve just been on the receiving end of something that passes through you.

If man cannot judge “Personal Shopper,” he certainly has tried (though the scorecard is, so far, pretty mixed.) An early audience booed the film after a media screening at last year’s Cannes Film Festival. Then, the following night, the film’s festival official premiere was met with a five-minute standing ovation.

As an actor, Stewart says, she takes such ups and down in stride, and compares her best work to participating in a kind of seance-like trance. “There’s never been a time when I’ve done a scene and looked around the room and gone, ‘Ooh, we nailed it. We should be so proud of that.’ What you do is you look around and go, ‘Oh, my God, did everyone just feel that? Did everyone feel the same way?’ Once you realize that you did, and that you’ve made this connection, it always feels spiritual. It’s like, ‘Wow, we’re so lucky that we were open enough to let that pass through us.’ ”

Whatever accolades Stewart has received for the film — and more than one critic has called her performance mesmerizing — the actress gives all glory not to God but to Assayas, who says he wrote the part of Maureen, a profoundly lost and troubled soul, specifically for Stewart. “Kristen has such incredible control of what she’s doing,” he says, “at the same time as she’s following complete freedom. It’s a mix that’s extremely uncommon.”

Stewart describes Assayas’s way of film-making as arising less from the impulse to tell a preconceived story than out of an interest in asking open questions. “In this case,” she says, “there was the [ghost] subject matter, but, more importantly, there were really pointed questions. But every single person on the crew — every single cast member, myself included, and Olivier — we all had different responses to these questions. Whether our responses to them were the same or not didn’t actually matter. They defined the movie, but didn’t alter our course. What we ultimately discovered was that everything was a revelation, rather than an accomplishment.”

Not that there’s anything wrong with making movies where everything is cut and dried, Stewart says. Ceding complete control to a director can be just as liberating as letting the spirits move you. “I’ve been involved in films where a story sort of preexists and is somewhat finite, and you’ve been hired to function as not much more than a mouthpiece for a filmmaker,” she says. You feel that control, and it’s not always stultifying, ironically. Sometimes it’s actually really satisfying to hit something hard really hard for someone, and to do it in a way that is controlled by them.”

On the other hand, Stewart says, she has come to realize that her greatest strength now lies in what she once saw as her greatest weakness: that sense of painful awkwardness that comes from being a “naturally shy” introvert. And how exactly did she gain that insight? Only the hard way, she explains: by making bad movies. “Anytime anything was super planned out, or seemed like a great idea on paper and there was nothing that could go wrong with it, it always ended up being trite and empty and embarrassing and so not worthwhile.

“I’m much more comfortable,” she says, “being uncomfortable.”
/
Source
: Washington Post

/

 

.

Share

Video of Kristen & Olivier Assayas on “The Charlie Rose Show” : Mar 13,2017

0

Category : News

Bangkok

/

.
 photo Charlie Rose Show_NYC.jpg

 .

 .

Source : @CharlieRoseShow |charlierose.com

Youtube thanks to Korita05

/

.

Share

Photos of Kristen Leaving the Bowery hotel for JFK : Mar 10,2017

0

Category : News

Bangkok

..

งานจบ กลับบ้าน …

รูปของ Kristen เดินทางออกจาก The Bowery Hotel ไปสนามบิน JFK  กลับ L.A. : Mar 10,2017

.

 photo KSBR_28129-31.jpg  photo KSBR_28229-29.jpg

.

Source : kristenstewart.com.br

.

 

.

Share

Photos of Kristen Leaving / Arriving “The Late Show with Stephen Collbert” : Mar 09,2017

0

Category : News

London

.

รูปของ Kristen เดินทาง ไป-กลับ รายการ “The Late Show with Stephen Collbert”

.

 photo 004-63.jpg

 photo 004-67.jpg  photo 081-1.jpg
 photo C6hO9poVAAAOfi-.jpg

 photo 093-0.jpg

/

More … ….

.

, Contunue Reading

Share
This site is protected by WP-CopyRightPro