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Heimspiel – The Regensburg film festival is an initiative of the chair in media science and the cinemas of ‘Andreasstadel’.
In a year-round triage a team of students selects the best German and international productions of the current cinema season. Therefore it is our aim to support outstanding films, to promote newcomers and to create the right context for a kind of cinema worth talking about. The exchange between film makers and audience, as well as the contact with the film industry, scientists and journalists, plays an essential role at Heimspiel. Topics and priorities are established by our retrospective, homage and classic section.
Ticket information here. Smart team of students including the film.
We were looking … but it’s great to see others are now noticing. For Movie Monday I decided to do a little montage to celebrate all of Robert’s roles – past, present and a few that most of us can’t wait to meet.
I was so out of practice for promo Rob that it took me a few days to overcome it – not complaining as I flex my fingers for next promo date. Happy that the HQ goodness continued too. Big thank you to Posh for generosity. THE LOST CITY OF Z: Pretty sure we have over 300+ gorgeous HQ photos of Robert at the premiere in New York. I have updated the review post and unsurprisingly the good outweigh the bad. I cannot wait for this film – it is the kind of cinematic experience I adore. Robert keeps giving us great little quotes – which will help when we’re doing our Robert … In His Own Words. Wonder if Jules can photoshop a squirrel on his head lol. The red carpet interviews are trickling through as is the footage. I’m also updating instagram pics as I find them. That black and white one from the Lincoln Centre is just pure heaven. Not sure if everyone saw Steve Kopian’s pics of Robert from NYFF but it’s a beauty (as is his review). Bleecker Street have added an official page to their website. Still patiently waiting for Robert’s portrait to be shared by NYFF *tapsfoot*. THE CHILDHOOD OF A LEADER: Japan finally decided on a release date – 25 November 2016. I posted a new still of Robert with Liam Cunningham (or it could be a screenshot) hard to tell really. HIGH LIFE: IMDbPro updated the character names for the film and Production Weekly shows filming is set to commence in January 2017. Excited that something is happening. GOOD TIME: A sales agent has been appointed. Only good things can come from that. DIOR: *Fistpumps* 2 new pics well one really but 2 HQ so I’m happy. Thanks as usual to Posh. IN OTHER NEWS: I tweeted a few articles talking about The Lost City of Film, like The Playlist’s “James Gray & The Cast Of ‘Lost City Z’ Talk Jungles, 35mm & The Future Of Film” and LA Times on how the film provided a journey of his own to James Gray’s thoughts on the film during the NYFF press conference. Vietnam has been added to the list of proposed release dates on IMDbPro, although we already knew it was coming in 2017. I also tweeted the Josh Safdie’s response to being asked what he thought about Robert’s performance (he was at the premiere on Saturday night) “incredible performance! Understated and new. Added a lot to the film. Henry Costin!” Reminder that the 10th anniversary GO Campaign Gala is on 5 November 2016 – if you can attend (without stalking Robert) and actually support the cause, then you should do so. If you can’t attend you can still donate by visiting #WeGoForRob’s page here – remember they are hoping to raise $30,000 in support of Robert’s 30th birthday – the current tally is 21,515 (71.72% funded). So close. We celebrated Michelle’s birthday this weekend – love RPAU birthdays because we all get spoilt. Can I also take this time to thank Jules for our glorious new Dior banner and the gifs for The Childhood of a Leader and The Lost City of Z on our Film Page – fabbo! Gorgeous doesn’t even begin to describe the Behind the Scenes Red Nose Day photoshoot that Posh spoilt us with on Friday. And my fave three letters U.H.Q. COMING UP NEXT WEEK: In the UK you can catch The Childhood of a Leader on Monday at Saffron Screen. The US can check the film out at the Miniplex, Richards Goat Tavern, Arcata or Hippodrome Theatre, Gainesville FL. Poland will screen as part of The American Film Festival next Sunday and if you’re in Sweden you can also see it at Kristianstad. Mexico can still check out Life with a few more screenings next week. Anticipating what might be unleashed next week – so until then.
Loving the slow drip of information coming out about Claire Denis’ “High Life”. We posted the other day about the character names and now thanks to Production Weekly, High Life is due to commence filming in Poland and Cologne in January 2017.
*Claps hands*. This first pic is new – the second one we saw in poor quality, but there’s nothing wrong with this quality. Dior Magazine has updated with some shots of Robert – click on the link to “Check out the images of the new Dior Homme campaign photographed in black and white by Karl Lagerfeld, in which actor Robert Pattinson embodies the spring 2017 collection designed by Kris Van Assche.”
Hope you are having the best day Michelle, wishing you all the very best for many many years to come. You are an amazing woman and I can’t tell you enough how much I appreciate all you do here at RPAU and how you make everything better, every day of my life. Who would have thought we’d still be friends after all these years since meeting at the RPAU screening of How to Be. I cherish that day, I really do.
And while I’ve been sucked dry of any creativity, I still felt the urge to contribute to your birthday celebrations. Initially Art came to mind but as much as he makes us smile, I remembered when Rob dressed up for a premiere his first time for Goblet of Fire and so here’s a flashback that always brings on the happy.
Cheers to you special lady!
Michelle, Michelle….just wishing you a fabulous and awesome birthday that’s as fabulous and awesome as you are – you deserve it all, my lovely. As always, I can’t thank you enough for your friendship, encouragement and support and for all your amazing contributions to RPAU. You’re amazeballs!! Wishing you the best of everything today and always. *raises glass* Big hugs from Scotland….here’s your birthday wallpaper(s). A little celebration of DiorRob for you and RPAU xoxo (the red nose pics I just couldn’t resist for an edit – nice and cheerful for a birthday!!) 😉