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Message  Matthieu le Dim 29 Jan 2012 - 22:45

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Message  Luce le Mer 8 Fév 2012 - 17:40

Above all, the film is instilled with the genius of Powell & Pressburger for breaking the rules but never breaking the spell of the story: the way The Red Shoes (loosely based on AK) can slip the bounds of its reality to become a fairy tale as Moira Sheared dances herself into a frenzy. "They are always going to be an inspiration," says Wright. "You look to your own, what there is to be proud of in your culture." (source)
Je crois qu'il est temps maintenant de regarder The Red Shoes (1948). Le nouveau DVD Les chaussons rouges vient de sortir en France. La restauration HD est présentée par Martin Scorsese. Wink
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Message  Matthieu le Mer 8 Fév 2012 - 17:59

DVD ajouté à la boutique aStore. Voir également ici.
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Message  Luce le Mer 8 Fév 2012 - 18:18

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Message  Matthieu le Lun 13 Fév 2012 - 20:05

Arts Hotlist interview: Sarah Greenwood (University of the Arts London, 13 février 2012).
Fresh from a trip to the depths of the Arctic Circle with Jude Law and Keira Knightley, where they are filming Anna Karenina, Sarah talks to us about her passions, projects and inspirations.
What are you working on at the moment?
I have just finished the last weeks on Joe Wright’s latest film; a Tom Stoppard adaptation of Anna Karenina. We have been in Northern Russia 100km south of the Arctic circle in minus 35. Amazing! I’ve just arrived back and am planning to take a few months off to get a life.
What’s next for you?
A break! After finishing this Chanel No 5 commercial that I am doing with Joe and the same team that did Anna Karenina.
What’s your reaction to the Government’s proposal that British film industry funding should be aimed at films most likely to be commercially successful?
How do they know which ones are going to be commercially successful. If anyone knew that we’d all be amazingly rich Producers!! It is a ridiculous restriction to put on any art, there has to be room for all aspects of film making as there is huge interconnection between genres of filming… an example; last week when we were holed up in a cabin on a frozen lake in Russia shooting the final scenes of Anna Karenina, sitting around the table were Paul Webster ( Producer ) Seamus Mcgarvey (DOP), me (Production Designer) and Niall Moroney (Supervising Art Director), we were drinking vodka and chatting about Derek Jarman. Paul was cast in Jubilee as a punk, Seamus shot ‘Blue’, Niall spent an evening at an exhibition with him, and I was taught by him for my final year project at Wimbledon. All our lives were so influenced and touched by him, and here we all were on a lake making our big commercial Hollywood film. If we follow through on the government restrictions there will be no more Derek Jarmens to touch and feed our lives.
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Message  Matthieu le Mar 14 Fév 2012 - 2:16

Là-bas, derrière le moulin, je me tiens (gazeta-petrozavodsk.ru, 9 février 2012).

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01st November 2011
Anna Karenina
We are pleased to be working on the feature film adaptation of Leo Tolstoy's book of the same name 'Anna Karenina' starring Keira Knightley and Jude Law.

We have already provided several newborn babies for the film and our Carl worked as a stand-in and body double for one the principal children last week.

Carl's Mum said 'Carl has had the time of his life filming with Keira Knightley (envy of any man on this planet!). Sad that its over but whats more important is he knows for sure that he wants to work in the film industry. He totally admires director Joe Wright. Thank you for this amazing opportunity for Carl which has really had a huge positive impact on his future'.
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Message  Matthieu le Sam 18 Fév 2012 - 10:17

Site officiel de Jan Zalud (31 octobre 2011).
I was asked to carve a wooden puppet – a toy horse – to be used in Joe Wright’s upcoming film of Anna Karenina. It turned out to be a very enjoyable job to do. Just as exciting was the experience of being an extra in the film. I was playing a puppet-maker, of course.
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Message  Marina le Jeu 23 Fév 2012 - 17:20

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Message  Luce le Jeu 8 Mar 2012 - 22:43

Sarah Greenwood: Film Art (Time and leisure, 24 février 2012). Very Happy
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Message  Luce le Ven 9 Mar 2012 - 22:02

Seamus McGarvey : sa filmographie mise à jour sur Internet Encyclopedia Cinematographers.
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Message  Matthieu le Dim 11 Mar 2012 - 6:51

Luce a écrit:D'après IMDb, Pierre Rousselot, le Lorrain, est remplacé par Seamus McGarvey à la photographie.
Journal de tournage d’"Anna Karenina" (AFC, 10 mars 2012).
Au mois de juin dernier, Philippe Rousselot, AFC, ASC, commençait la préparation d’un film à Londres. Il s’est lancé dans l’écriture de notes, une sorte de journal de bord avec, en tête, la Lettre de l’AFC. Le hasard faisant bien les choses, la publication de ce journal en ce début mars vient à point nommé éclairer d’une lumière singulière l’annonce de la rétrospective que la Cinémathèque française organise, en partenariat avec l’AFC, à partir de ce 28 mars.
Il est devenu évident que je ne peux plus travailler, et qu’il me faut rentrer en France et me faire opérer. Seamus Mc. Garvey, rattrapé au vol, me remplacera. Journée déchirante et déchirée. Il est convenu que je vais attendre Seamus pour lui remettre mes notes, ce que je ferai dans une semi conscience due aux médicaments. Les studios de Shepperton, auxquels je n’avais guère prêtés attention, prennent les couleurs d’un paradis perdu.
Entre ces deux extraits, une lecture passionnante.
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Message  Luce le Dim 11 Mar 2012 - 9:02

Passionnant ! Voir aussi : Le monde secret de Philippe Rousselot (AFC, 10 mars 2012).
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Message  Matthieu le Dim 11 Mar 2012 - 9:07

La genèse d'un film n'est pas un long fleuve tranquille... et c'est tant mieux !
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Message  Luce le Mer 14 Mar 2012 - 18:30

Lu sur le site du West Thames College. Daté du 14 novembre 2011.
Over the weekend of 5-6 November, Tristan was also involved in a new production of Anna Karenina at Shepperton Studios. The film is directed by Joe Wright and stars Jude Law and Keira Knightley. Tristan played percussion as part of a small ensemble of musicians, in scenes set in a bohemian Parisian theatre in the early 1900s.

Tristan Parkes“I was working directly with award winning film composer Dario Marianelli which was rather nerve-wracking," Tristan said. "The film is entirely set in a theatre and the set is stunning - they've built a theatre to scale in a large studio out at Shepperton. I found myself playing alongside some can-can dancers, a Cleopatra routine with a live snake and an authentic to the period clown scene. My final scene was alongside Ruth Wilson who played Anna Christie at the Donmar Warehouse, to which I recently took my first year Extended Diploma students.

“It was a fantastic experience, though long days from 5am to 10pm. I learned a great deal about filmmaking and how live music is integrated into the filming process. We played live in some takes and mimed the music in others so dialogue could be recorded – I never imagined miming would be more difficult than playing.”
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Message  Luce le Jeu 15 Mar 2012 - 8:59

L'article du magazine Empire, "A Russian Revolution", est officiellement en ligne sur le site de Working Title.
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Message  Matthieu le Jeu 15 Mar 2012 - 17:28

Depuis mardi. Wink
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Message  Luce le Dim 18 Mar 2012 - 18:27

Luce a écrit: Le nouveau DVD Les chaussons rouges vient de sortir en France. La restauration HD est présentée par Martin Scorsese. Wink
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Message  Marina le Ven 30 Mar 2012 - 14:23

Here is her IMDB page. She is a costume designer (already mentioned here) and has designed the costumes for Pride and Prejudice and Atonement.
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Interview de Keira Knightley

Message  Luce le Lun 2 Avr 2012 - 19:01

Film - Keira Knightley by David Cronenberg (Interview Magazine, avril 2012). Extraits :
David Cronenberg, who directed Knightley in A Dangerous Method, recently caught up with the 27-year-old actress at home in London where she was enjoying some downtime after wrapping Anna Karenina in December.
CRONENBERG: So was this version of Anna Karenina done in a big epic way?

KNIGHTLEY: It is sort of done in an epic way, but it was pretty much all done on one set, so it's also a very stylized, deeply theatrical kind of piece. It was the opposite of A Dangerous Method in some ways, I think, with a million different shots and, you know, there's just a completely different vibe. Sabina and Anna are not similar, but there is this similar idea of the mind turning against the person, which seems to be a theme in what I'm doing at the moment. But the actual way of making Anna Karenina was completely different from how we made A Dangerous Method.

CRONENBERG: Did you look at any of the other adaptations of Anna Karenina that have been done?

KNIGHTLEY: I saw a couple of versions ages ago. I've seen the one that was on TV in England with Helen McCrory playing Anna, and she's wonderful. I also saw the Greta Garbo version, but years and years ago. I didn't want to see it again just before I played the part because I thought if I did something similar that I would want it to be an accident, not because I've nicked it. But it's a very strange book, that one . . . I don't quite understand what Tolstoy's actual personal view of Anna is—whether he likes her or hates her, whether she's the heroine or the antiheroine. There are moments where he seems to despise her, and it's actually a book about a woman who is in some ways despicable, so playing it without trying to make it too nice or without trying to simplify it is actually kind of tricky. I think if it just turns into a romance that it's not as interesting as the actual story.

CRONENBERG: One could say, "Well, why does it matter what Tolstoy's point of view was?" But in a way, Tolstoy is the director of the book and Anna is the actress. I've been writing a novel myself. I started off my young career thinking I would be a novelist.

KNIGHTLEY: I didn't know that.

CRONENBERG: Yeah. The weird thing is that I find it very much like directing. You're casting it, you're dressing everyone, you're lighting it, you're finding the locations, you're figuring out what food they're eating. So thinking of Tolstoy as the director of his novel and you, the actress, trying to figure out what his attitude is to you. Does Joe Wright then become Tolstoy to you?

KNIGHTLEY: [laughs] Yeah, of course. I think the main thing in trying to do an adaptation of a book this size is determining what point Tolstoy was trying to make with this character. What purpose does this character have? Is the character meant to be seen in a good light or in a bad light? Is there any way we can combine the good and the bad within this person, because that's going to be more interesting? I think we were constantly questioning things in that way. So, yes, I suppose Joe did become a kind of a Tolstoy character.
CRONENBERG: Right, there's a lot more about Anna Karenina available in a very large book, which, strangely enough, makes Anna Karenina seem like more of a real person to a lot of people than Sabina.

KNIGHTLEY: Well, the thing about great fictional characters from literature, and the reason that they're constantly turned into characters in movies, is that they completely speak to what makes people human. They're full of flaws as much as they are full of heroics. I think the reason that people love them and hate them so much is because, in some way, they always see a mirror of themselves in them, and you can always understand them on some level. Sometimes it's a terrifyingly dark mirror that's held up. I think, in a way, that's what Anna is. I'm not sure that people would feel the same about Sabina.
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Message  Matthieu le Jeu 19 Avr 2012 - 7:19

Paul Webster (Screen Daily, 19 avril 2012).
The veteran UK producer talks about Salmon Fishing In The Yemen’s audience appeal; Jason Statham’s new side in Hummingbird; and Joe Wright’s inventive take on Anna Karenina.
After leaving Kudos/Shine (but before the Shoebox banner was set up) Webster also produced (alongside Working Title’s Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner) Wright’s Anna Karenina, which is now in final stages of post for a likely autumn festival debut. [Shoebox itself also continues a close relationship with Working Title.]

Of the Tolstoy adaptation, which stars Keira Knightley, Jude Law, and Aaron Johnson, Webster says: “aesthetically it’s an enormous leap forward for Joe. It’s very bold interpretation. Hopefully people will be wowed by it, the ambition is to do something different from the normal stately home period piece. The interpretation is very, very different, it’s very expressionistic and impressionistic.”

The film has a budget of about $40m and is expected to a prestige title that could attract awards attention at the end of the year.
J'aime bien le logo de Shoebox Films.
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Message  Luce le Mar 24 Avr 2012 - 16:12

annakareninablogdrama (mis en ligne entre le 22 et le 24 mars).

Le journal du tournage d'AK entre octobre et décembre 2011, en russe, par une figurante. Beaucoup d'images des coulisses et quelques unes du décor. (Spoilers ! comme on dit en anglais.) Cool

On peut même accéder à une vidéo !
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A peek at Stiva

Message  Luce le Mar 24 Avr 2012 - 17:48

J'ai cherché les deux allusions à Stiva dans ce témoignage...

Mais, par exemple ! La lecture de la page 13 avec Google Traduction est un régal ! Vraiment rien sur Stiva mais quel portrait de Joe ! Very Happy

Sur la vidéo, il semble qu'on voit Stiva au centre gauche de la pièce, en chemise blanche, pantalon noir, écharpe rouge, parlant avec une femme en noir qui tourne le dos (entre 0:19 et 0:40).
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Message  Matthieu le Mar 24 Avr 2012 - 20:04

Quel bijou, ce blog ! Very Happy
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Message  Luce le Mar 24 Avr 2012 - 20:06

Oui, c'est passionnant ! Vivement la traduction ! Wink
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Message  Matthieu le Mar 24 Avr 2012 - 20:20

C'est bien lui, avec ses énormes bacchantes...
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