New/Old Photo of Kristen & Riley Keough + Fan Pics

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Riley Keough โพสต์รูปใน Instagram

เป็นรูปเก่าที่เรายังไม่เคยเห็นของเธอ กับ Kristen , Gina และ เพื่อนๆ

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รูป New/Old ของ Kristen และ จากงาน “Come Swim” Sundance : January 2017

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รูป New/Old Kristen สมัยถ่ายทำ SWATH ที่อังกฤษ เมื่อปี 2011

“Out in London Town with my mate Kristen”

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New/Old “Come Swim” Sundance Portraits of Kristen for Variety

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รูป Portraits เพิ่มเติม ของผู้กำกับ Kristen Stewart

โปรโมท “Come Swim” ที่ Variety Studio Sundance 2017

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Audio: David Ethan Shapiro & Editor Jacob Schulsinger talk working with Kristen in “Come Swim”

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In this episode of the No Film School podcast, our guests David Ethan Shapiro, CEO of Starlight Studios, and Jacob Schulsinger, editor (Force Majeure, Nymphomaniac I and II), discuss their Sundance premiere, ‘Come Swim‘,  Kristen Stewart’s experimental short film. We talk about the merits of film school and why it’s important to recreate that atmosphere of creative freedom, the secret to raising money as a producer, how to start a production company from your bedroom, why editors should help directors write movies, the two-year development process of Come Swim, and more.

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“Kristen [Stewart] really speaks a cinematic language… this was a project she needed to make. The early draft was somewhere between a poem and an outline. As she wrote, she also painted. She painted the opening shot. You have a machete and you’re cutting through the woods and there’s no clear path, but you’re trusting in the idea. It’s a really singular vision.”

“The best directors are producers as well. The biggest thing: have no shame. No one likes asking for money. You just do it.”

“The biggest thing I got out of film school was the people I met. When you move to LA, so much of it is finding your people. You’re trying to recreate your film school experience, where you have this incubated world where you’re making your movies with people that you love.”

“I learned how to raise money in film school because I never had money to fund my own films. It’s a really important skill: raising money and closing those deals. The best directors are producers as well. The biggest thing: Have no shame. No one likes asking for money. You just do it. It’s like cold calls—you’re doing it in pursuit of something that’s more meaningful than whatever momentary imbalance you may feel. I always ask myself, what would you do if you were not afraid? Usually, the answer is, you’d do the thing you want to do. There are so many outlets that are outside of the traditional studio system. You just have to seek them out. Private capital from friends of friends will help you make deals with these respective partners, because you know in the back of your head that you don’t need these people; you can go find the money yourself. You have to be prepared to walk away from a deal even if you really need the money.”  

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Sundance Interview of Kristen & Executive Producer Michael Pruss about ‘Come Swim” with Screendaily

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.(Michael Pruss เคยร่วมงานกับ Kristen มาแล้ว เขาเป็น Producer เรื่อง EQUALS)

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The celebrated actor joins Scott Free executive vice-president of production and Come Swim executive producer Michael Pruss to discuss her directorial debut on the Sundance short and declares, “It’s a full-frontal heartbreak movie.”

Josh Kaye stars in the film, which shot mostly in Los Angeles and for two days in Arizona last summer and is described on the Sundance website as “a diptych of one man’s day, half impressionist and half realist portraits.”

Scott Free and Starlight Studios produced Come Swim and Refinery 29 financed the project, with Starlight’s Dave Shapiro serving as producer. It premiered on Thursday and screens again twice on Saturday with further shows on Wednesday and Saturday on the final weekend. Kristen Stewart is pictured at right next to Pruss.

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Kristen’s Interview with the Refinery about ‘Come Swim’ at Sundance

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Kristen Stewart รู้ดีว่า .. ความรักที่ต้องเลิกรา หัวใจสลาย เป็นอย่างไร …

Clearly, Kristen Stewart knows what heartbreak feels like. 

I don’t know this because of all the tabloid headlines, or because she confided in me, or because she finally revealed the detailed history of her widely obsessed-over love life in a confessional interview. I know Stewart has experienced heart-wrenching sadness because of what I saw in her directorial debut, ‘Come Swim’, a 17-minute short film that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival last week.

Stewart wrote and directed the film as part of Refinery29′s Shatterbox Anthology film series. The short focuses on one man’s day, alternating between abstract, artistic representations of his broken heart (walls caving in, enormous waves collapsing on top of him) and alarmingly realistic scenes showing him in a cubicle, attempting to get through the workday. All throughout the movie, we hear remnants of past conversations between our hero (Josh Kaye) and his ex, seemingly unimportant exchanges about swimming and water. They’re the kinds of conversations we all replay in our minds after a breakup — wishing we’d appreciated them at the time, wishing we could get them out of our heads.

We asked Stewart why she made the film, how it feels to be a citizen under President Trump, and what it will take for more women directors to get films made.

Where did you first get the idea for Come Swim? I read that you were inspired by one of your own paintings.

“I was fixated on capturing the image of this man very content with sleeping on the ocean floor. I was really obsessed with putting someone somewhere that they wouldn’t naturally inhabit, and having them sort of dwell. In that time in my life, that was incredibly appealing to me, it was just sort of about isolation. The years progressed and I was busy doing other things, and I realized that everything I’ve ever written in the last five years, it’s been the same thing. It’s like the same poem, again and again and again. It’s like what the fuck, it’s so redundant, and obviously this needs to get out so I can move on.

“So I did a painting of it. It’s pretty simple — the climax of the movie is initially incredibly grand and epic, in his own personal experience. Then the second time we see it, it’s incredibly regular and kind of stupid, like kind of funny. [The point is to] stop aggrandizing your own pain. Everyone is the fucking same. We are plain as day, dude.”

Most people haven’t seen Come Swim yet, so explain what it’s about. 

“Oh dude, this movie is like full-frontal heartbreak. I’m definitely not shying away from that, that’s absolutely what it’s about. It’s that first fall to this existential netherworld. You can attack yourself with memories or, depending on perspective, you can take a step back and say, ‘Actually, it wasn’t so bad. That was fun, we did have fun and it was nice.’ So I had my two actors play in a pool and talk to each other and I gave them a couple of key words. But they said some stuff that we pulled and made really negative and terrifying and kind of ominous in the beginning.

“He’s killing himself with these memories and his brain is so scattered and he literally cannot get the voices out of his head, but in reality it wasn’t so bad. He regrets everything he said and he’s like ‘Ugh, why couldn’t I have just done this different?’ He’s just reevaluating everything and going over every word he ever said to her being like, ‘How could I have saved this, how could I have fixed this, it’s all my fault, I fucked it all up.’ In the second part of the film, you’re just like, ‘Dude you didn’t, it just kind of fell apart, that’s what happened.’ I just wanted to externalize an incredibly internal struggle and then see it again from the outside.”

How would you describe yourself as a director?

“I’m a pretty obsessive person, which is I think entirely necessary. You have to be a little crazy to put yourself through something like that and actually make it happen. I was probably a little bit more controlling than I thought I would have been. My favorite thing in the world is when it feels like something starts to get up and walk itself. When something’s really good, and it’s rare — honestly I’ve made a million bad movies. Not bad, it’s just like sometimes they don’t come together in a way that feels miraculous and when they do, it genuinely feels like something is floating and you’re all sort of blowing on it to keep it up and it’s like, that fully happened. It’s so cliché, it feels like super pretentious to say this, but you genuinely feel like this vessel and you’re like, ‘That was sick, I don’t even know what just happened,’ and it’s just fucking real.”

There’s a lot of discussion these days about women in Hollywood, and the need for more female directors. How do you see the problem?

“I’m really happy to be living in the year I’m in now because it’s been a slow-moving process. But I see that progress and it’s all desire based. It’s contagious. Honestly, as soon as that’s happening a little bit more, it’s just going to pick up and snowball. Women watch male-dominated films, like more women watch movies than guys do. We need to start realizing that we can actually focus on ourselves and explore that. There’s so many fucking untold stories, it’s insane. Someone needs to do a fucking modern love story, somebody needs to do something that’s topically now, instead of the shit that we’ve been regurgitating for years. It’s satisfying but it’s not what people are actually going through.
“Not to bring up the [inauguration], but right now, people are so fucking angry and it feels so good. It’s the farthest thing from complacent, and I know that it’s easy to turn that around because there are manipulative fucking crazy people saying, ‘Why are you guys so angry, don’t be so hateful.’ But, ‘No, I fucking hate you and I’m going to talk about it.’ I think we’re going to experience a serious artistic revolution. That’s my life.”

Do you see yourself directing feature-length films next?

“Yeah. Honestly it took me too long, like I can’t believe I’m already 26 and I just made my first short. I don’t see like a huge distinction between acting and directing the way I approach it. So, I want to allow myself to ride some momentum and allow that to give me confidence. Still, I love what I do. It’s kind of the same thing. It’s like when it’s good and it’s fucking cohesive and right… I have manic happy eyes, like I get so fucking stoked when something works, I literally look like an insane person. It’s so satisfying, it’s crazy, I grit my teeth.”

Do you have any advice for young women who really want to become directors?

“Anyone I’ve met that’s doing things for themselves and really compelled to do so, you can’t get in their way. There’s just no stopping them and I would say, trust that. There are people that just desperately see things and just want to explain the beauty of something. If you have that, you fucking have it. It’s the worst advice ever, but just believe in desire. It’s the worst fucking feeling in the world just to want something and deprive yourself of it. Just fucking do it.”

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Videos : Kristen talks about directing ‘Come Swim’ with E! News #Sundance

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Kristen บอกว่า เธอตัดต่อ ‘Come Swim’ จากความยาวทั้งหมด 40 นาทีมาเหลือ 17 นาที 

ดังนั้นการจะทำให้มีความยาวเหมือนภาพยนตร์ปกติ 120 นาที จึงไม่ยากเกินไป

และเธอกำลัง “working on it.”

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Kristen Stewart is a veteran of the Sundance Film Festival.

But unlike in the past, 2017 marks Stewart’s first time appearing at the fest as a director and not as an actress. She was on hand last night for the premiere of her directorial debut, a 17-minute short called ‘Come Swim’.

The artsy flick—the official description calls it “a diptych of one man’s day, half impressionist and half realist portraits”—stars just one actor Josh Kaye with voiceover work by Sydney Lopez.

“I feel amazing,” Stewart beamed at the Prospector Square Theatre.

While the 26-year-old ‘Still Alice‘ actress said she’s been showing the film to friends over the last two months, Sundance takes it to a whole other level.

“I’m so happy that so many actual eyes get to see it in the theater because I know it’s mainly going to be seen on the internet and that’s fine, but the sound is so essential,” Stewart said. “This goes through you and you could only hear that in theaters. We have six screenings so I can’t believe that many people are actually going to be able to experience it properly.”

When filming began, Stewart wasn’t too keen on shouting, “Action.”

“Honestly, the first couple of times, I had my [assistant director] do it,” she admitted.
But ‘Come Swim’ went so well that Stewart is already “working on” directing Kaye in her first full-length feature film. “He’s my guy,” she said, adding, “I had to cut this down from 40 [minutes]. I could get to 120 in a second.”

Come Swim was produced in collaboration with Refinery29 for its ShatterBox Anthology collection of short films directed by women.

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Source  : E! News |E! Red Carpet   Youtube Thanks to Korita05

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Photos of Director Kristen Stewart and her “Come Swim” Actors at Sundance 2017

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รูปของ ผู้กำกับ Kristen Stewart และ นักแสดงนำชายหญิง เรื่อง Come Swim

ที่ Sundance 2017

Kristen กับ Josh Kaye และ Sydney Lopez

(Sydney เป็นผู้ช่วยของ Tara Swennen เป็นเพื่อนของ Kristen และ แสดงเรื่องนี้ด้วย)

รูป ถ่ายโดยเพื่อนสนิทของ Kristen เอง Lindsey Byrnes

ผองเพื่อน L.A. Gang ไปให้กำลังใจผู้กำกับหน้าใหม่กันพร้อมหน้า รวมทั้ง Gina และ Riley Keough ด้วย

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ติดตามทุกรูป & ข่าวของ Kristen ทันเวลา

ได้ทาง @KSTEWART_THAI Twitter และ Kristen Stewart THAI Facebook

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Portraits & Video : Sundance Interview of Kristen about “Come Swim” with L.A. Times

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Kristen Stewart on directing ‘Come Swim’: ‘I’m not trying to prove anything’

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Kristen Stewart directed a film “Come Swim” about her past breakups…

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Compilation Photos of Kristen on “Come Swim” Sundance Press Day : Jan 20,2017

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รูปของ ผู้กำกับ Kristen และ Josh Kaye โปรโมท “Come Swim” Press Day ที่ Sundance : Jan 20,2017

Josh Kaye นักแสดงนำ “Come Swim” , Executive producer Michael Pruss, ผู้กำกับ Kristen Stewart

และ Sydney Lopez  นักแสดงนำหญิง (ผู้ช่วย Tara Swennen และ เป็นเพื่อนของ Kristen)

ที่ Acura Studio ในงาน Sundance  


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“Come Swim” Interview & Portraits for Variety at Sundance 2017

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Kristen Stewart: “I would just say be a part of what you believe in, whichever way that is.”

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Kristen Stewart on Her Directorial Debut: ‘I’ve Wanted to Make Movies Since I Was 10’

ผู้กำกับ Kristen Stewart นักแสดงนำ Josh Kaye กับ โปรดิวเซอร์ David Ethan Shapiro และ โปรดิวเซอร์ Michael A. Pruss (ซึ่งเป็นโปรดิวเซอร์เรื่อง EQUALS ด้วย) คุยกับ Variety เกี่ยวกับ หนังสั้นเรื่องแรกที่เธอกำกับ “Come Swim” .. “ฉันอยากสร้างหนังมาตั้งแต่ตอน 10 ขวบ”
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Kristen Stewart reveals her Movie-Watching Must-Haves

Kristen :  ’Probably my dog she is a total cinephile’

สิ่งที่ขาดไม่ได้เวลาดูหนัง … “คงจะเป็นหมาของฉันล่ะ (หนูน้อย Cole) เธอเป็นพวกบ้าดูหนังพันธ์แท้”

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