Friday, August 14, 2015

The Hateful Eight, Burnt … The cinema made his BA – Le Figaro

VIDEOS – New Western Quentin Tarantino, a culinary face-to-face meeting between Omar Sy and Bradley Cooper, the return of James Dean … All the latest films from the five summarized week trailers.

Life Anton Corbijn. Released September 9.

After A Most Wanted Man , released in 2014, the Dutch photographer Anton Corbijn behind the camera returns to stage the story of friendship between James Dean (Dane DeHaan) and photojournalist Life Magazine , Dennis Stock (Robert Pattinson).

To drill as a photographer in Life Magazine , Dennis Stock offers a series of reportage on an actor then still unknown to the public: James Dean. “There’s this young, it is interesting. He clumsiness, something pure, it can not be imitated, “says the young photographer to his chief, to persuade him to let the actor whose photograph what he sees potential. Dennis Stock follows James Dean as well as in New York in his hometown in Indiana. The result is a series of photos published in 1955 that made stock as famous as his subject.

Burnt John Wells. Released November 4.

Omar Sy continues his American career. After X-Men: Days of Future Past and Jurassic World actor untouchables stars alongside Bradley Cooper, Sienna Miller , Emma Thompson, Uma Thurman and Jamie Dornan in the drama Burnt ( Adam Jones in VF).

Bradley Cooper plays Adam Jones, a chef in a Parisian restaurant, which decided to open the best restaurant in London after losing its ranking in the Michelin guide. Cooper leads with an iron hand his team: “I do not want my restaurant to be a place where we come just to eat. I want people sit at their table and are impatient patients. “

Trumbo Jay Roach . Output 6 November in the United States.

The director of My trilogy Stepfather and I with Ben Stiller tackles biopic Donald Trumbo, here played by Bryan Cranston ( Breaking Bad ). Featured Writer of Hollywood studios in the 1940s, but a member of the American Communist Party from 1943 to 1948, Trumbo was placed on the black list during the witch hunts and banned from working in film circles.

Trumbo continued nénamoins screenwriter activity and worked through various pseudonyms, on films such as Roman Holiday (William Wyler, 1953), Exodus (Otto Preminger, 1960) or Spartacus (Stanley Kubrick, 1960). Jay Roach’s film will show these key moments of its existence. Bryan Cranston will be surrounded by Elle Fanning, Helen Mirren, John Goodman and Diane Lane.

The Hateful Eight Quentin Tarantino. Released December 25 in the US.

The eighth film by Quentin Tarantino takes place several years after the end of the Civil War. John Ruth (Kurt Russell), a bounty hunter must bring to justice a fugitive, Daisy Domergue (Jennifer Jason Leigh), in Red Rock. On their way, they meet Major Marquis Warren (Samuel L. Jackson), a former soldier turned bounty hunter, and Chris Mannix (Walton Goggins), the new Sheriff of Red Rock.

Surprised by the blizzard, they find refuge in a relay, where there are already four other people, Oswaldo Mobra (Tim Roth), Bob (Demian Bichir), Joe Cage (Michael Madsen) and General Sandy Smithers (Bruce Dern). Caught by the storm raging, the eight travelers are not going may not reach to get to Red Rock as expected.

The Reflektor Tapes Kahlil Joseph. No French output.

The most popular group in Canada will soon be the focus of a documentary, directed by Kahlil Joseph (behind the clips among other FKA Twigs or Flying Lotus). Titled The Reflektor Tapes , this film follows the journey of Arcade Fire around the design and release of their fourth album, Reflektor , published in 2013.

The Reflektor Tapes will consist of “a fascinating insight into the creation of the album Reflektor” promises the official website of the film. Moreover, he “recontextualisera experience the album in transporting the viewer into an audible and visual landscape.” A film odyssey supposed combine as the strengths of cinema than music. Hopefully it is up to the ambitions of the group, which has so far always been insightful in terms of staging and scenography.


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