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Фильм "О, Люси!" на 25-м Radiance Film Festival в Лондоне!

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21 сентября в Лондоне открылся 25-й Radiance Film Festival. Фильмом "О, Люси!", с Джошем Хартнеттом в главной роли начался ночной гала-показ первого дня кинофестиваля.
По красной дорожке, представляя фильм прошли Джош Хартнетт, Ацуко Хираянаги, Синобу Тэрадзима и Сиори Куцуна. Перед премьерой в кинозале состоялась пресс конференция с их участием. Благодаря репортажам журналистов и фотографов представляю вам обзор о премьере фильма на Radiance Film Festival.


Джош Хартнетт прибывает на фестиваль

С режиссером Ацуко Хираянаги




Фото во время интервью на дорожке фестиваля




Репортаж на красной дорожке: интервью с Джошем Хартнеттом, Ацуко Хираянаги и Сиори Куцуна:

Interviews with the stars and filmmakers on the red carpet of the opening gala screening of “Oh Lucy!” at the 25th Raindance Film Festival 2017 in London, UK.


Фото с пресс конференции перед показом фильма



Josh Hartnett explains why he wanted to work with Atsuko Hirayanagi in Oh Lucy!

Actor Josh Hartnett and director Atsuko Hirayanagi have brought their film Oh Lucy! to London to open the 2017 edition of the Raindance Film Festival. The film is a study of a unique female character, as well as taboo themes that we are often too proud to discuss, including loneliness. “Because I’m attracted to characters who are very quiet, therefore they tend to be lonely. I think somehow I’m gravitated towards people who don’t speak, because I know they have so much that they want to talk about. So therefore I think they’re just alienated people,” says Atsuko of her lead protagonist Setsuko.

Sociocultural identity is another key theme prevalent throughout Hirayanagi’s film, which was shot in both Japan and Los Angeles. “For me that’s positive in life to not be constrained by your idea of yourself,” says Atsuko. “There is some kind of rebellious nature in Josh [Hartnett], I think… All the characters in a way has the need of rebellion… to kind of define who they are. So I think that kind of attracted me [to Josh]. And he’s a very serious actor. And he’s so good looking,” she exclaims teasingly.

“[Atsuko’s] definitely been rebellious in the way that she’s approached making film, and not taking the easy road,” says Josh. “She attracts really interesting people because she’s an interesting person. That’s kind of what makes making films so nice sometimes… You find yourself in a position where you’re actually going out to make something with people that you’ve never met before, and you have to have a sort of a shared idea or shared consciousness about what you’re trying to create.”

Part of what has attracted Josh to independent cinema is the interesting people he gets to work with, as well as the lack of interference from a potential studio “fly in the ointment”. “I feel like when you’re having a conversation with the director, that’s the final note. There’s not going to be someone else coming in with a note later that changes everything. And it feels nice to feel that sense of stability on set,” he explains. “Interesting people attract interesting people, and that’s a good thing for a film. Atsuko’s a good thing for a film.”



Josh Hartnett & Atsuko Hirayanagi Interview | Raindance 25 Opening Night Red Carpet


Интервью с Джошем Хартнеттом на 25-м Radiance Film Festival

RAINDANCE FILM FESTIVAL – Josh Hartnett: “In independent films things directly come from the heart of the filmmakers”

Our fantastic film and celebrity reporter Liselotte caught up with Josh Harnett at the Raindance Film Festival opening gala and premiere of his new film ‘Oh Lucy’.

Hi Josh, welcome to Raindance. Excited to be here?

Yes of course. The fact that the movie (Oh Lucy!) will be shown here means that the people are very interested to see that this film has to offer. It’s very heart-warming and very unusual to see that a movie like this, a Japanese-American co-production, and from this size is getting so much attention. It’s really odd but I’m very happy to be a part of it. Especially because Atsuko (Atsuko Hirayanagi, director of Oh Lucy!) is so talented.

So you guys filmed in both Japan and United States then?

Yes, in Tokyo and America.

How was it to film a movie in a city like Tokyo?

I loved it. It was a great experience working with the Japanese crew and I got to know Tokyo and it was fantastic. There are work differences in making a movie in a different country. In Tokyo, everything was very achievable and everyone was insanely polite. We made the movie there without even trying.

Raindance is all about independent movies. What do you think is the strength of movies like that?

I think independent films are more personal because they don’t need to focus on making a massive amount of money. When you don’t have to focus on making a certain amount of dollars, you can focus on making a movie that’s for everyone. In independent films, things directly come from the heart of the filmmakers. It’s fantastic to be a part of it.

Now you have this film coming up but do you have other films planned for the near future?

Yeah, I have a few more films coming up. One of them is called 6 Below and it’s very different type of movie than this one. It’s just basically me, sitting in the mountain and trying to survive. It’s based on a true story actually. I’m also making another independent film, which should come out somewhere next year and I also have a bigger production coming up.

One last question then: Do you have any advice for people who want to get into the industry?

No, not really. Cause this happened to me by accident. I didn’t really choose it. I actually wanted to be a creator when I was at school someone there asked me to be in a play. A casting director came to see me in that play and asked me if I wanted to do an audition for some other things. I started making money with acting and I thought well maybe I’ll try this. And here I’m. So many years later! I don’t really know what it’s like to work your way up into this industry in the way that a lot of actors do. But as I can see from other people, you just have to work very hard.

Sometimes it can just be luck too as well then.

Yeah indeed sometimes it can. But apart from that, I think you need to work very hard to get into the industry.

Just Celebrity Magazine Film and Celebrity Reporter Liselotte Vanophem


Здорово!  :flag:  Фильм  "О.Люси! на Radiance Film Festival номинирован на две номинации!!!

Как лучший дебютный фильм и за лучшую женскую роль!

Call Me By Your Name, Get Out, Lady Bird and more land Independent Spirit Award nominations

Best First Feature: Columbus, Ingrid Goes West, Menashe, Oh Lucy!, Patti Cake$.

Best Female Lead:
Salma Hayek (Beatriz at Dinner), Frances McDormand (Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri), Margot Robbie (I, Tonya), Saoirse Ronan (Lady Bird), Shinobu Terajima (Oh Lucy!), Regina Williams (Life and Nothing More).


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