Here is the short film from the ELLE UK cover shoot by Columbine Goldsmith & Lisa Rovner. A pretty funny ‘behind-the-answers’ that pictures the interviewee’s thoughts during a classic (and hypothetical) Q&A. Enjoy!
The first extract of Dolan’s ‘It’s Only The End Of The World‘ (Juste La Fin Du Monde) has been uploaded on Canne’s official website. It sees Léa (as Suzanne), Gaspard Ulliel (as Louis), Marion Cotillard, Vincent Cassel and Nathalie Baye chatting around the table about Louis’ desire to go visit their old house. You can have a look at the extract and browse some more infos about the movie by following this link. Ejoy!
In this short interview published by Arte TV, just a few days before the 69th annual Cannes Film Festival will see its red carpet crowdy again, Léa talks (in french) about Cannes 2013 and the very moment she and Adéle received the Palme d’Or along with Abdellatif Kechiche. Watch it below!
The 69th Cannes Film Festival is set to begin on May 11th, and ‘Juste La Fin Du Monde‘ (It’s only the end of the world) by Xavier Dolan will premiere on May 19th. We can’t wait to see the whole cast in Cannes! You can also download the Screening Guide on Cannes’ website.
Léa is gracing the June cover of ELLE UK which will be on newsstands on May 4th! I’ve added the HQ scans of both covers (regular and subscriber) to the galley and you can also check the ELLE UK website for more images and a small preview of the interview. Check it out!
Yesterday evening Léa attended her very first Costume Institute Gala Benefit at the Metropolitan Museum (MET), in New York City, celebrating the opening of the ‘Manus x Machina: Fashion In Age Of Technology’ exhibition. She walked the MET red carpet wearing a B&W gown by Louis Vuitton and Chopard jewelry. I’ve added some pictures of the event to the gallery and I’ll add more as soon as they come out. Enjoy!
A new, official poster of Dolan’s “It’s Only The End Of The World” (Juste La Fin Du Monde) has been released just a few hours ago! The movie will be presented in Cannes as part of the Official Competition, and according to IndieWire “The drama is inspired by the Jean-Luc Lagarde play of the same name and stars Marion Cotillard, Lea Seydoux, Vincent Cassel, Nathalie Baye and Gaspard Ulliel. The film focuses on a writer who returns home after a 12-year absence to announce his upcoming death and the empathy and love that comes from his family and friends in unexpected ways.” We can’t wait to see the whole cast and director walking the Cannes Film Festival red carpet!