Gemma stars in the newest video for the new Bonobo song “Kerala”. The video is a little strange, but I have to say I’m unfamiliar with the artist. Gemma did great as usual, though! :)
You can watch the video below! Enjoy.
Additional portraits of Gemma and the cast of Their Finest taken during this year’s Toronto International Film Festival – while they were there promoting it – have now been added to the gallery. Gemma looks super gorgeous so be sure to check them! Enjoy :)
– Photoshoots & Portraits > 2016 Toronto International Film Festival – “Their Finest” Variety Portraits (2016)
– Photoshoots & Portraits > 2016 Toronto International Film Festival – “Their Finest” EW Portraits (2016)
– Photoshoots & Portraits > 2016 Toronto International Film Festival – “Their Finest” Portraits (2016)
AOL.CO.UK – Actors Michael Fassbender, Gemma Arterton and Shia Labeouf and director Ken Loach have been tipped for prizes at this year’s British Independent Film Awards (Bifa).
Now in its 18th year, the awards celebrate the most innovative and creative productions by film makers in the UK, often confronting key contemporary socio-political issues.
Bifa founder, Canadian-born Elliot Grove, who also founded the Raindance Film Festival, said: “British film can’t be put in a box.
The reason we started Bifa almost 20 years ago was to shine a spotlight on British talent. Film is one of the main exports from this small, damp and dirty island.
Britain is one of the most diverse countries ethnically and culturally in the world, and just because you are in Britain making a film makes it, whatever it is, British.”
In the lead-up to the announcement of the winners on Sunday December 4, the full list of nominations include…
For best supporting actress: Avin Manshadi (Under The Shadow), Gemma Arterton (The Girl With All The Gifts), Naomie Harris (Our Kind Of Traitor), Shana Swash (My Feral Heart), and Terry Pheto (A United Kingdom). (source)
The first trailer for Gemma new(-ish, it was filmed in 2014!) movie 100Streets is finally here! The film looks pretty intense and I’m sure Gemma did a great performance. Be sure to check the trailer below:
Idris Elba and Gemma Arterton star in 100 STREETS, a layered and gripping drama, which takes a fresh look at the vibrant and compelling life of residents in contemporary London – destination capital of the world. Emmy and Golden Globe nominated Jim O’Hanlon directs.
Also, first few production stills have been released as well and added to our gallery:
– Movies & Television > A Hundred Streets (2014) > Production Stills
THE DAILY MAIL – Gemma Arterton was on the move.
Her new picture, The Escape, was shooting on location in London, and I was tagging along for a day of guerrilla film-making.
Led by producer Guy Heeley, the leading lady strode through the streets of London: from Fitzrovia, then Bloomsbury, across the Marylebone Road and finally into King’s Cross station, where cast and crew stopped for a lunch of salad and stew.
Then it was off again, to a park where, I’m sorry to relate, a lot of dog owners had clearly not been picking up after their mutts.
Gemma and director Dominic Savage came up with the idea of making a film about the ‘taboo’ topic of mums who leave their kids.
Arterton described her character Tara — a mother of two who is married to a businessman called Mark, played by her pal Dominic Cooper — as a ‘creative person’.
‘But she’s got absolutely no outlet for her creativity — and what that means is that Tara feels trapped — though she’s not.’
The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art-trained actress (making her debut as a producer on the film) and director Savage came up with an improvised blueprint of a script, which meant that the movie often veered off in ‘varied and interesting directions’.
‘This is about a woman who walks out on her family — which isn’t usually the term that’s used. Usually the word is ‘abandoned’,’ she told me, pointing out that when a father leaves, ‘he walks out’.
‘Abandoned by my mother’ is such a strong term — and I think it’s because of this idea of ‘How could they possibly do that?’ Because women should feel: that’s why we exist. And I don’t think that’s the case.’ The last film I can think of that tackled this subject was Kramer vs. Kramer.
Gemma said filming had been intense, but both she and leading man Cooper had been exhilarated by it. ‘It makes you think of your own life,’ she said.
‘I’ve always wanted to have children,’ she reflected. But since working on The Escape, she’s been thinking: ‘Oh my God . . . do I?’
Now that she has finished filming, Gemma has moved onto rehearsals for G.B. Shaw’s Saint Joan, for the Donmar Warehouse. (source)
Back on Friday, October 28th – Gemma attended the Press Night for “The Acedian Pirates” at Theatre 503 in London (England).
She kept it casual and simple, with minimal make up but looking beautiful like always. A leopard-print coat, striped sweater and loose fitting jeans, with a pair of comfortable black ballet pumps completing the look. Several photos from the event have been added to the gallery thanks to my friend Emily! Enjoy them :)
– Public Events > “The Acedian Pirates” – Press Night
Brand new production stills from Gemma’s movie The History of Love have just been added to the gallery, be sure to check them!
And remember to follow the site on twitter @GArtertonOnline :)
– Movies & Television > The History Of Love (2016) > Production Stills