Posted on Wednesday, July 27th, 2011 by Angie Han
The Toronto International Film Festival has just announced the first fifty or so films from its 2011 line-up today, including new works by Alexander Payne, the Duplass Brothers, Sarah Polley, and Madonna, and many, many others. In the process, TIFF also released a crop of brand-new photos from several films from the schedule. Hit the jump for new photos from the following:
- Derick Martini’s Hick, starring Blake Lively and Chloe Moretz
- The Duplass Brothers’ Jeff Who Lives at Home, starring Jason Segel and Ed Helms
- Terence Davies’ The Deep Blue Sea, starring Rachel Weisz and Tom Hiddleston
- Sarah Polley’s Take This Waltz, starring Michelle Williams, Seth Rogen, Luke Kirby, and Sarah Silverman
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Mark and Jay Duplass have steadily moved forward from their early ‘mumblecore’ movies to slightly more mainstream fare, culminating with last year’s film Cyrus and the upcoming Jeff Who Lives at Home, starring Jason Segel and Ed Helms.
Now they’ve got a new film percolating, as a script has been making the studio rounds this week. The movie is reportedly called Pitchfork (named after the standard-setting music web magazine) and the subject matter is (at least in part) the anonymity and potentially damaging reach of the internet. Read More »
Lots of cool film-related stuff happens in Boston, Massachusetts and not that many people are here to document it, preserve it and spread the word about it. Special screenings, Q&As, panel discussions — we have them all, and frequently too. /Film Boston aims to be a bi-weekly column that will bring you audio and video content from film-related events around the Boston area. If you don’t live in Boston, I hope that this column will give you a window into some of the cool stuff that happens here regularly. If you do live here, hopefully you’ll come here to get the heads-up on what’s been going on, and what is to come. As always, every edition of /Film Boston is available at http://www.slashfilm.com/boston.
After the break, a hilarious interview with Jay and Mark Duplass, the directors of Cyrus (at least, it was hilarious for us). Plus, your chance to get free tickets to a screening of Cyrus this Wednesday at the Boston Commons AMC at 7 PM.
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We’ve been writing about Cyrus, the new film from the Duplass Brothers, for a while — it was announced last year, shot quickly and is now at Sundance. And until about halfway through this trailer I’d completely forgotten that Jonah Hill was in the film. Then, when he shows up, after just a couple of lines I was floored. Hill looks great in this. Granted, he’s got impressive actors to play against (John C. Reilly and Marisa Tomei) but this might be the film that changes how he’s perceived. Check it out and see if you agree. Read More »
Jonah Hill evidently really digs the movies by Mumblecore auteurs Jay and Mark Duplass. Their film The Puffy Chair, about two brothers on a road trip to pick up a replica of an odd family heirloom, is one of his favorites. So the three did a movie together, and according to MTV the project just finished a six-week LA shoot. In the untitled film (formerly called Safety Men) Hill is the son of Marisa Tomei, who has just begun a relationship with John C. Reilly. Read More »
Cool Posts From Around the Web:
Production Weekly have tweeted that Table 19, the third feature from Mark and Jay Duplass, has been set up at Fox Searchlight. If you’re asking “Mark and Jay who?” then I’d strongly encourage you to play catch up with a DVD session or two.
The slim sliver of premise that Production Weekly could fit into their Tweet read like this:
The Duplass Bros. ensemble comedy Table 19, has been setup @foxsearchlight – about the wedding guests who get stuck at the singles table.
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