The 19-year-old actress takes action against environmental degradation in her newest film, Night Moves, which premiered at the Venice Film Festival. Directed by Kelly Reichardt, the movie follows three young environmentalists who plot to blow up an Oregon dam.
Radcliffe stars in Kill Your Darlings, which was screened in the Venice Days strand at the Venice Film Festival after its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in January. In his latest post-Potter role, Radcliffe plays poet Allen Ginsberg.
David Gordon Green
Green's Joe, a film that explores the idea of redemption, was unveiled at the festival. He also directed Prince Avalanche, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year.
Coppola was at the festival for the premiere of her first directorial feature, Palo Alto. The 26-year-old is the granddaughter of Godfather director Francis Ford Coppola.
WhileFrancowas at the festival for Child of God, which he directed, co-wrote and starred in, he also wrote the book Palo Alto Stories from which Gia Coppola's film Palo Alto was developed, and has a supporting role in the movie.
Best known for his portrayal of Mark Zuckerberg in The Social Network, Eisenberg plays a mysterious, quiet character who plots to blow up a hydroelectric dam in Night Moves.
In British director Stephen Frear's Philomena, Dench stars as an Irish woman who enlists political journalist Martin Sixsmith (Steve Coogan) to help find her long-lost son. The film, which premiered at the festival, is based on a true story.
Cage plays the title role in Joe, a hard-drinking former convict who feels compelled to protect a 15-year-old boy from his alcoholic father. The 49-year-old actor has said that it became one of his most memorable roles.
Smallville star Welling hits the big screen in Parkland, co-starring with Zac Efron.Written and directed by Peter Landesman, the film chronicles the hours immediately following the assassination of JFK at Dallas' Parkland Hospital.
Sixteen-year-oldSheridan plays alongside Nicolas Cage in Joe. The young actor also appeared in Tree of Life and, more recently, Mud.
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