Karlovy Vary Film Festival Unveils 2023 Lineup
The 57th Karlovy Vary Film Festival has unveiled its competition line-up for its 57th edition, set to run in the bucolic Czech spa town from June 30 to July 8. Among this year’s competition highlights are Fremont, from Iranian-born, London-based director Babak Jalali, a dramedy based around Donya, a former Afghan translator for U.S. troops […]
Athena Film Festival Reveals 2023 Winners of Black List-Inspired Athena List (Exclusive)
The Athena Film Festival has announced the winners and finalists for the 2023 Athena List, the festival’s Black List-inspired selection of unproduced screenplays focused on female leadership. High-profile projects that were featured on past editions of the Athena List, part of the Barnard-based festival, include Ruth Bader Ginsburg biopic On the Basis of Sex, Chinonye […]
Jodie Turner-Smith, Heather Graham, Rachel Brosnahan Among Guests at Venice AmfAR Gala Dinner
The very rich and very glamorous gathered — as they so often do — at the Venice Film Festival AmfAR gala and auction Wednesday night. Held in the Arsenale, the city’s famed historical former shipyard complex (and now a major venue — Campari held a gala there the evening before), the event saw supermodels rub shoulders with film […]
‘Monica’ Review: Trace Lysette Can’t Save Andrea Pallaoro’s Sluggish Study of Trans Alienation
Lysette plays a trans woman who returns home to care for her dying mother (Patricia Clarkson) in this Venice competition entry.
Rupert Everett Joins Patricia Clarkson, Lydia West Spy Thriller Series ‘Gray’
Rupert Everett (My Best Friend’s Wedding, the Shrek franchise), Wendy Crewson (Pretty Hard Cases, Peacock’s Departure) and Shawn Doyle (Paramount+’s Star Trek: Discovery, Netflix’s Frontier) are joining stars Patricia Clarkson and Lydia West in espionage thriller series Gray. Other new cast members unveiled on Thursday are Tim Rozon (Schitt’s Creek), Jamaal Grant (USA’s Chucky, Amazon’s The Expanse) and Benjamin Sutherland (EPIX’s Billy the Kid, OWN’s The Kings […]
Sundance TV’s ‘State of the Union’ Season 2: TV Review
In the second season of Nick Hornby and Stephen Frears' short-form romantic dramedy, Brendan Gleeson and Patricia Clarkson play a new couple in need of marriage counseling.
Lionsgate, AGC Team for Patricia Clarkson, Nathalie Emmanuel Series ‘Gray’
Lionsgate and Stuart Ford’s AGC Television are teaming up to produce new espionage thriller TV series Gray, starring Patricia Clarkson (House of Cards) and Nathalie Emmanuel (Game of Thrones). Clarkson will play Cornelia Gray, a CIA spy coming in from the cold after 20 years in hiding, dodging the government agents who suspected her of […]
Adam Shapiro Joins Cast of ‘She Said’ for Maria Schrader-Directed Universal Film
Adam Shapiro has joined the cast of She Said, the Maria Schrader-directed film based on the landmark 2017 investigation that brought to light movie mogul Harvey Weinstein’s pattern of serial sexual misconduct. The film is based on Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey’s best-selling She Said: Breaking the Sexual Harassment Story That Helped Ignite a Movement, […]
Toronto: Patricia Clarkson, Anna Paquin, Trace Lysette Join ‘Monica’ Drama
Patricia Clarkson, Anna Paquin and Trace Lysette are set to star in 'Monica,' a family drama by director Andrea Pallaoro being shopped at the Toronto Film Festival by The Exchange.
‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — Patricia Clarkson (‘Sharp Objects’)
Patricia Clarkson, one of the most respected actresses of her generation, reflects on her decision to forgo having a family and focus singularly on acting, how she broke out of suburban mom-type roles and became a queen of the art house and why her part on HBO's acclaimed limited series 'Sharp Objects' was among the most challenging she has ever played.
‘Sell By’: Film Review | Outfest 2019
In 'Sell By,' a frustrated painter and a successful fashion influencer find themselves in a slump in their five-year relationship.
Patricia Clarkson: Streamers Have “Lifted Women of Over 40, 50 or 60”
Patricia Clarkson, nominated for an Emmy in HBO's 'Sharp Objects,' at the Karlovy Vary film festival praised streaming services for providing great roles for women, especially "women of over 40, 50 or 60," and said people in Hollywood are now "realizing that women can also make you money."