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Archive for the ‘“The History of Love”’ Category
  M.   December 22, 2016


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– Movies & Television > Bonobo – Kerala (2016) > Screencaptures
– Magazine Scans > Scans from 2016 > Premiere (France) – November/December 2016
– Magazine Scans > Scans from 2016 > Version Femina (France) – November 7-13, 2016
– Magazine Scans > Scans from 2016 > Marie Claire (France) – December 2016
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The filmography page for The History of Love was completely updated with lots of brand new information. Check it out!

  Nicole   November 14, 2016

FRANCE 24 – She made a dazzling Hollywood début as a flame-haired femme fatale in “Quantum of Solace”. Since then Gemma Arterton has played a heroine of English literature, fresh-faced ingénue Gemma Bovery and everyone’s favourite girl next door, Tamara Drewe. Now the British actress takes on the role of the most loved woman in the world in Radu Mihaileanu’s “The History of Love”. She sat down with Olivia Salazar-Winspear to talk about love letters, learning languages and feminism in the film industry.

  Nicole   October 28, 2016

Brand new production stills from Gemma’s movie The History of Love have just been added to the gallery, be sure to check them!

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  Emily   July 23, 2016

Allocine.fr has released a trailer for Gemma’s upcoming movie The History of Love. The film is set to release in cinemas on 9 November 2016. I have also added 3 production stills from the movie to the gallery!

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– Movies & Television > The History Of Love (2016) > Production Stills

  M.   May 27, 2015

THE EVENING STANDARD – By Alistair Foster

Gemma Arterton says she will always feel like an outsider when it comes to fashion — and although as an actor she feels under pressure to look good, “you can’t live your life worrying about stuff like that”.

The actress, who has most recently starred in Made In Dagenham in the West End, told the Standard: “I like dressing myself in nice clothes and expressing myself through my clothes. But when I’m at fashionable events I always feel like an outsider — there are people that live for fashion and people that love fashion. I’m in the latter camp. Obviously as actors we are watched and you have to look presentable. You’re always under pressure.”

Arterton, who was speaking as she launched the British Designers’ Collective at Bicester Village, added: “But I don’t think you can live your life worrying about stuff like that. I’m under the persuasion that you should just wear what you want to wear and someone will always have an opinion. Whether it’s too conservative or too risqué, or whatever. We live in a culture these days where everything is under scrutiny and everything is criticised. Read More

  Nicole   April 30, 2015

TRACKING BOARD – John Hurt and Gemma Arterton have signed on to lead the adaptation of the novel THE HISTORY OF LOVE by Nicole Krauss. The film was previously set at Warner Bros. with Alfonso Cuaron attached to produce and direct. Radu Mihaileanu is now attached to write and direct, with 2.4.7. Films coming onboard to produce. Marc-Antoine Robert and Xavier Rigault will serve as producers.

The story follows the characters Leo Gursky and Alma Mereminski, two young lovers of Polish-Jewish descent in 1930’s Poland. Leo writes a book for Alma titled “The History Of Love.” On the brink of World War II, Leo and Alma are split up when Germany invades Poland. Years later, Leo is a bitter old man that doesn’t realize that the book that he wrote for Alma has been printed, and has interconnected the lives of strangers that are searching for the true identities of the characters in the story.

The film has changed hands multiple times over the course of development. Optioned in 2005, the project was originally set at Warner Bros with Alfonso Cuaron attached to produce and direct. Anhelo Productions was previously producing the project, before moving to HeyDay Films with David Heyman producing. The film is now locked in to shoot in July with 2.4.7. Films and Radu Mihaileanu at the helm. (source)

  Nicole   April 28, 2015

SCREENDAILY – Paris-based sales powerhouse Wild Bunch will kick off sales on Radu Mihaileanu’s saga The History of Love, starring John Hurt, Gemma Arterton and Sophie Nélisse at the Cannes Marché next month.

The mainly New York-set saga, spanning three continents and a period running from just before the Second World War to the present day, is based on US writer Nicole Krauss’s international bestseller.

Hurt will play Leo, an elderly Polish Jewish immigrant still mourning the loss of his childhood sweetheart in the chaos of war, who is strangely linked to a teenage girl through a long, lost book on love… subtitled ‘the most loved woman in the world’.

“It’s a love story spanning 65 years… revolving around three friends in Poland whose destinies change forever when war breaks out,” Wild Bunch chief Vincent Maraval told ScreenDaily.