Le Monde featured an article about James Gray’s upcoming movie starring Marion Cotillard and Joaquin Phoenix in their magazine M this past weekend. I added digital scans (sorry for the somewhat poor quality). It featured new stills from the movie. It looks so exciting and I can’t wait to see the it. Apparently, the audience at a masterclass during the Zurich Film Festival last month – held by the movie’s producer Greg Shapiro – were also treated to some footage from the movie (Screendaily.com). However, it will probably be released next spring (Bluewin), so we have to be patient.
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I added scans from this year’s features in both the UK & France edition of Marie Claire. The article is identical.
Also I found this article about Marion Cotillard & her little world featuring pictures from her childhood & her apartment at the time published during promotion for ‘Ma vie en l’air‘ in the 2005 September issue of France’s Marie Claire. We already had bits from the interview in the press archive, but now you can read the full version. Enjoy!
Note: please credit the source if you repost the articles as I spent a long time typing them all up by hand, thank you.
Kindly do not redistribute the magazine scans at another Marion Cotillard fan site as they were scanned exclusively for ‘Magnifique Marion Cotillard’. Thank you.
The second episode of the new Lady Dior Documentary is online! Apart from continuing to show the process of creating Marion’s dream robe and some history of the house Dior we see Marion jumping around & dancing at a photoshoot. I wonder when we’ll see the pictures taken that day. And at the end we even hear her sing.
From the workshops at 30, avenue Montaigne to the markets of the Palais des Festivals in Cannes, Marion Cotillard invites us into her fairytale life and continues to write the story of a passion-filled union between fashion and cinema.
Visit LadyDior.com to see 3 bonus videos showing work being done close-up & another Dior history clip.
001 Documentaries > Lady Dior
After the teaser it’s finally here – the half-hour long interview with Marion Cotillard and Matthias Schoenaerts by David Poland, recorded during the Toronto Film Festival earlier this month. It’s a really good watch:
Check back for screencaptures later today.
502 Online Interviews > DP/30 – 2012
- French Film Festival Bienne, September 15
- Telluride by the Sea, September 15 (audience reactions)
- Athens International Film Festival, September 19, Opening Film
- Cinefest Sudbury International Film Festival, September 20
- Helsinki International Film Festival, September 30, Gala Screening with Jacques Audiard in attendance
- Vancouver International Film Festival, September 27+29, October 6
- Edmonton International Film Festival, October 4
- Hamptons International Film Festival, October 6
Speaking of festivals, I added more pics of Marion Cotillard during the press conference at the Toronto International Film Festival earlier this month.
International Feature Agency have what reads like a full transcript of an official Q&A or press conference. Bits of it have already been used in other articles but it’s definitely an interesting read.
And someone uploaded videos of the full Q&A that took place after the second screening of the movie (view the rest below the cut):
There were many more articles/interviews posted from Toronto International Film Festival (and one belatedly from Telluride Film Festival) over the past few days. Videos are also slowly emerging. Apart from the ones added today there’s a sneak peak of what looks like a great & funny video with Marion Cotillard & Matthias Schoenaerts. Can’t wait for the full version!
• James Gray & Marion Cotillard Discuss How They Came Together For Next Year’s Period Piece ‘The Nightingale’, The Playlist, September 7
• Postcard from Toronto: Rubbing Elbows with Marion Cotillard, Vogue, September 7
• Marion Cotillard choosy on movie roles, Toronto Sun, September 7
• TIFF 2012: Marion Cotillard on Katy Perry, National Post, September 9
• The 14 Weirdest Dreams In Hollywood …and what they mean, Empire, October
• ‘Rust and Bone’ Production Notes
012 Events in 2012 > Toronto International Film Festival – ‘Rust and Bone’ Press Conference
080 Online Interviews > Vanity Fair – 2012
017 Award Shows & Premieres etc > ‘Rust and Bone’ Premiere – Toronto Film Festival – 2012
After doing some press interviews earlier in the day, Marion Cotillard attended first the ‘Rust and Bone‘ dinner hosted by Moet & Chandon at Michael’s on Simcoe before heading to the actual premiere of the movie held at The Elgin yesterday. More about the dinner over at Toronto Star. And there’s a new poster for the movie – to be used for promotion in the UK.
[edit:] It seems that right now Marion Cotillard is on stage after today’s screening for a Q&A together with Jacques Audiard & Matthias Schoenaerts. And Movieline has posted a spot-on review, they found words to express what I was feeling after seeing it.
Some articles have already surfaced:
• La douce Cotillard chez le dur Audiard, Voir.ca, Septeber 6 (read with Google Translator)
• Q & A with Marion Cotillard for Rust and Bone, Toronto Star, September 7
• TIFF interview: Marion Cotillard, NOW Magazine, September 7
• Alone with Marion Cotillard, orca-trainer, The Globe and Mail, September 7
• Toronto Film Festival: ‘Rust And Bone’ Doesn’t Disappoint, CBS, September 7
015 Toronto International Film Festival – ‘Rust and Bone’ Dinner
054 Toronto International Film Festival – ‘Rust and Bone’ Premiere
001 Movies > De rouille et d’os (Rust and Bone) – 2012 > Artwork
To prepare for his cover sitting with Marion Cotillard for TIME Style&Design’s fall issue, photographer Peter Hapak hit the archives, collecting pictures of Paris and Parisian fashion during the 1930s, including the work of famed French photographer Jacques Henri Lartigue. Studying images of women in restaurants, chatting with friends or simply roaming the streets of the city, Hapak easily understood why Paris has long been considered a fashion capital of the world. “All of the women looked like they had walked out of a fashion magazine,” he says. “Fashion is such a big part of the culture there, and you can even feel that history when walking through the city today.”
On set in Paris this August, Hapak tried to evoke this era, capturing Cotillard in designs by French fashion houses Chanel, Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior, along with other designers like Andrew Gn and Dries Van Noten. “She’s the representation of the French woman for me—elegant, but not too stylized,” says Hapak of Cotillard, who won the Academy Award for Best Actress in 2007 for her portrayal of French singer Édith Piaf in La Vie en Rose. “With the cover look, it felt like she was pulling a dress out of her own closet. It went so well with her style, and she felt really confident in it, that you would have never known she was dressing up for a shoot.”
And here’s the interview:
• Marion Cotillard: La Vie en Rose
001 Portraits > Sessions from 2012 > TIME Style & Design
After launching their online magazine earlier this year, Dior are now launching a print magazine – and Marion Cotillard is on the cover of its first issue. WWD reports it but since I can’t access it here a few quotes courtesy of Fashion Copious:
Dior chief executive officer Sidney Toledano said such communication efforts nourish the brand, feed its narrative and help articulate “the values of Dior, which are different from our competitors.…It’s important today to differentiate ourselves.”
“It’s another way to communicate luxury,” said Toledano, flipping through the heavy, velvety pages and stressing, “This is not a catalogue. It’s fresh and modern. It’s how we see ourselves; our own maison. I think it translates perfectly the mood of the company right now.”
Vogue Germany reports that it will be published twice a year (September and March) in 9 different languages (among them English, French, Chinese and German).