Some videos of Richard at the photocall and on the red carpet at the Venice 70th International Film Festival for A Promise premiere. Some part might be in italian though.
Richard yesterday attended the 70th Venice Internation Film Festival for the World Premiere of his new movie A Promise. Photos from the photocall, premiere and the arrivals (taken by me, sadly most are blurry :( ) have been added to the gallery! Stay tuned for more :)
PUBLIC APPEARANCES > The 70th Venice International Film Festival – Une Promesse Photocall [+83]
PUBLIC APPEARANCES > The 70th Venice International Film Festival – R101 [+1]
PUBLIC APPEARANCES > The 70th Venice International Film Festival – Une Promesse Preniere [+98]
Updated the gallery with some production stills from A Promise (that will premiere at the Venice Film Festival on September 4th! And I’m going! :D ) and some more photos from the Game of Thrones Season 3 Press Conference. Enjoy!
Toronto is in the final push of getting things ready for TIFF and it looks like the red carpets will be even starrier, and premieres even bigger than previously thought. With over 80 new films announced today, there won’t be a moment to spare this year at the festival, and even more peeks at the upcoming films have arrived.
Meanwhile, things go period with “A Promise” (“Une Promesse”), the latest from filmmaker Patrice Leconte. Starring Rebecca Hall, Alan Rickman, and Richard Madden, it tells the tale of a tragic, torrid romance. Here’s the full synopsis:
Set in pre-First World War Germany, Patrice Leconte’s venture into English-language filmmaking chronicles the simmering love triangle between an ailing factory owner (Alan Rickman), his young bride (Rebecca Hall) and his protégé (Richard Madden).
The Venice Film Festival has added Patrice Leconte’s “Une Promesse,” which stars Rebecca Hall, Alan Rickman and Richard Madden, to its lineup as an out-of-competition screening. The fest also named four other titles to complete the program of the 70th edition.
“Une Promesse,” which makes its world preem at the fest, was penned by Leconte and Jerome Tonnerre, adapted from the novel by Stefan Zweig. It takes place in Germany in the period preceding World War I, and centers on a woman who falls in love with the young assistant to her husband, a rich and powerful industrialist.