Click on pic above to take you to all previous weeks in review since November 2014
The Lost City Of Z:Post Production as at 2 Nov 2015
The Trap:Currently in pre production; rumoured to film early 2016
Good Time:Currently in pre-production; Filming 8 Feb to 18 Mar 2016
High Life:Currently at script stage; rumoured to film in May 2016
No appearances scheduled
c/o Curtis Brown Group Ltd.
5th Floor, 28-29
Haymarket London, SW1Y 4SP
c/o William Morris Endeavor (WME) Entertainment
9601 Wilshire Blvd. Floor 3
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Michelle & Maria
Partners & Contributors:Vertigo Suze Jules Site Opened: 4 November 2008
Email Us: email@example.com
(for tips & suggestions)
Hosted by: Dreamhost
Thanks to CreationsbyJules
If search request fails using search box above, insert search term by limking words with "+" ie. Water for Elephants+Paris and leave "In All Categories"
Robert Pattinson Australia is not affiliated with Robert Pattinson or his management in any way. Any form of copyright infringement is unintended. We respect Robert's right to privacy and do not post intrusive photos or information about his private life.
Respecting Rob because actions speak louder than words.
“There is a large variety of beautiful, scary, hilarious, unsettling (art house) films that inform us about organizational life. Its bright and its dark sides, its people, its systems, its possible futures and heritages, its spectacles and bare lives, its hopes, dreams, its games, lusts and greed.
As it turns out, the most exciting of these films highlight aspects of organization that receive little attention in mainstream management literature or academic texts. Exploiting the absurdity, ambiguity, non-sense or irrationality that is also inherent to the world of organizations, filmmakers cater to those who want to rethink organizations, business, management or leadership.
As viewers we are invited to be confused again, to question our basic assumptions and deepest beliefs, and to develop and discuss new perspectives on what it means to organize and be organized.
CORPORATE BODIES is a gathering of students, scholars, artists, directors, writers, managers, CEO’s, politicians and above all: film aficionados.
Films, discussions, lectures, thinking, eating, drinking, dancing, relaxing, and all those things that make a film fest a real fest.”
I was inspired to post this thanks to Michelle’s Pic of the Day, although a more recent episode, and also The Film Stage’s article today about David Cronenberg and the making of his films – amongst them Cosmopolis. So sit back and enjoy some vintage Rob, even though it is dubbed – still enjoyable. May 2012 where have those 4 years gone.
I was waiting for the full programme to be unleashed as I had a feeling The Childhood of a Leader would be screening and I’m not disappointed. Lucky Swedes. The film is one of 8 nominated in the The Ingmar Bergman International Debut Award section and will screen on 1, 2 and 3 February 2016. Fingers crossed Brady Corbet walks away with yet another award. Tickets are available from 16 January 2016 and I will update post with links as soon as I can.
“The 27-year-old actor Brady Corbet (Funny Games, Melancholia, Clouds of Sils Maria) makes his directorial debut with a punky combo of a dark historical drama mixed with a psychological thriller inspired by a Sartre novella. At heart is a family in decay, in a Europe on fire. The consequences of the Treaty of Versailles, discussed essentially in the family home, will shape the son — a combination of angel and evil, outstandingly played by Tom Sweet. Bérénice Bejo, Liam Cunningham and Robert Pattinson (in a smaller role) also give strong performances in these beautiful 35-mm fireworks with potent music by Scott from the Walker Brothers. Corbet won the Orizzonti Award for Best Director in Venice and the film won the festival’s debut award.”
“I have been lucky, of course. Like, last year, if I went out, I’d have to fight to chat someone up. This year, I look exactly the same, which is really scruffy, and yet lots of people seem to have just changed their minds and decided I’m really sexy.” Robert Pattinson, 2010
I suddenly wish I was in Bath on December 9. For all the lucky people who can attend, Life will be screening at the 2015 Bath Film Festival on Wednesday December 9 2015 at 6.30pm. All the details are below & tickets can be purchased at the film festival’s website here. Tickets are selling fast & it does say Premier Tickets are nearly full so make sure you head on over ASAP