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Промо "Silence": Эндрю Гарфилд на встрече "American Cinematheque conversation" и спецпоказе в Лос-Анджелесе


Если кто из бритишей сейчас переживает профессиональный подъем, так это Эндрю Гарфилд. Его работу в новом фильме Мэла Гибсона "По соображениям совести" (Hacksaw Ridge) отметили многочисленные кинокритики и киноведы. На очереди - не менее сильная роль в ленте Мартина Скорсезе "Молчание" (Silence), которая выходит в ограниченный прокат в США 23 декабря 2016г. (расширенный релиз намечен на январь следующего года). К тому же молодой британский актер сейчас снимается в фильме "Under The Silver Lake" в Лос-Анджелесе, а потому в рамках промо "Молчания" успевает пообщаться с журналистами  только на выходных. В субботу 03 декабря 2016г. Эндрю, например, ответил на вопросы в рамках встречи "American Cinematheque conversation", а в воскресенье 04 декабря 2016г. прошел закрытый показ фильма, организованный кинокомпанией "Paramount Pictures". В обоих мероприятиях приняли участие Адам Драйвер, Лиам Ниссон, а также режиссер фильма Мартин Скорсезе. Подробнее о насыщенных выходных Эндрю Гарфилда - ниже по курсу.

ЭНДРЮ ГАРФИЛД - ПРОМО ФИЛЬМА "МОЛЧАНИЕ" (SILENCE)
03.12.2016 - AMERICAN CINEMATHEQUE CONVERSATION

Moderator Jim Hemphill, actor Adam Driver, actor Andrew Garfield, producer Emma Koskoff, producer Irwin Winkler, director Martin Scorsese and actor Issey Ogata at the American Cinematheque conversation with Director Martin Scorsese and Producer Irwin Winkler at the Egyptian Theatre on December 3, 2016 in Hollywood, California




04.12.2016 - СПЕЦПОКАЗ ФИЛЬМА В ЛОС-АНДЖЕЛЕСЕ
A special screening and Q&A for Silence presented by Paramount Pictures and the Film Foundation at the Regency Village Theatre on Sunday (December 4, 2016) in Los Angeles
Как пишет издание The Wrap, толпа из почти семи сотен присутствующих после показа фильма в воскресенье, наградила режиссера и актеров овациями стоя. Больше всего журналисты и критики отметили игру Эндрю Гарфилда и заслуженного японского актера Иссэя Огата.

Действие фильма, напомним, разворачивается в XVII веке, когда два португальских священника-иезуита (Эндрю Гарфилд и Адам Драйвер) отправляются в Японию, чтобы распространять там Христианство, но подвергаются там жестокому преследованию. Любопытно, что сам Эндрю Гарфилд не считает себя христианином: "Я считаю себя пантеистом, агностиком, временами атеистом и немного евреем, но в большинстве случаем не определившимся", - рассказал Эндрю Гарфилд недавно в интервью The Hollywood Reporter. - "Целый год я провел в компании иезуитского священника, отца Джеймса Мартина, который консультировал меня в интересах фильма и стал мне дорогим другом и, каким-то загадочным образом, моим духовным наставником".


Иссэй Огата, Лиам Ниссон, Адам Драйвер, Мартин Скорсезе и Эндрю Гарфилд
( more pics in the gallery )


The Wrap: Martin Scorsese got a hero’s welcome on Sunday at the first public L.A. screening for his new film "Silence,” starring Andrew Garfield as a Jesuit priest in 17th-century Japan.

The crowd of nearly 700 gave the director and co-writer a standing ovation at Westwood’s Village Theater, bolstering the growing consensus that the historical drama will be a major awards contender.

The capacity audience included studio guests, press and Academy members who all seemed to welcome the maestro’s latest as an unusually contemplative work that continues his long cinematic grappling with his Roman Catholic faith.

"My own concern with religion and with faith particularly somehow changed over the years, through many different films too,” the director told moderator and fellow filmmaker James Gray during a lively Q&A following the screening. "This film enabled me to not only think about [my faith] but work it.”

In fact, Scorsese has worked off and on for 28 years to bring Shusaku Endo’s 1966 novel to the screen. And while reviews are embargoed until closer to the film’s Dec. 23 release date, it’s safe to say that his efforts look to play a significant factor in the awards race this season.

In addition to being a contender for Best Picture, Best Director and Best Adapted Screenplay, for which Scorsese shares credit with Jay Cocks, at least two performances in "Silence” stand out: Garfield’s lead role as a Jesuit priest whose faith is tested under the increasingly violent persecution of Christian clergy and followers by the emperor’s Inquisitor; and veteran Japanese actor Issey Ogata as the inquisitor himself.

"Marty would always say, ‘That’s great, excellent, now one more,” Ogata told the crowd through an interpreter, to much familiar laughter. (The actor, first spotted by Scorsese for his work in Alexandr Sokurov’s 2005 film "The Sun,” was named runner-up for Best Supporting Actor on Sunday by the L.A. Film Critics Association.)

Scorsese said that Ogata had already brought much of the character’s onscreen movements to the audition: "Using the fans, swatting the flies, the dust in his mouth, the moment he decides to deflate — we all looked at each other and said, ‘OK.‘”

Garfield also had high praise for his co-star’s work. "It was like a sitting in a room with a snake charmer, and you were the snake and also the person about to be eaten,” the British actor said.

In addition, you can expect Paramount Pictures to make an awards push for Rodrigo Prieto’s lush cinematography, Dante Ferretti’s period-perfect production and costume design and Thelma Schoonmaker’s editing.

"Marty has always been extremely daring. He’ll try anything,” Schoonmaker told the crowd.

"Some of these effects are out of necessity,” Scorsese admitted, noting a dialogue-free scene in "Raging Bull” in which they didn’t have enough coverage and a pool scene in "Wolf of Wall Street” where they sped up the middle of a right-to-left pan because "the shot was taking just a little too long.”

Scorsese also shared details of his recent visit to the Vatican, where he screened "Silence” in a chapel ("the screen wasn’t very big, but the entire film played under this very big crucifix,” he said) and had a personal meeting with Pope Francis.

"Meeting with the pope was an early morning — it was 9 o’clock. I’m a new Yorker,” he said to laughter. "We were given very strict protocol … but he was most disarming. I told him that Andrew had gone through the 30 days of spiritual exercises of the Jesuits. And the next thing for Andrew was to be ordained. But that instead he got me. And he laughed. It was quite moving.”

Pope Francis had read Endo’s novel, Scorsese said, adding that the pontiff told him, "I hope the story of the film bears much fruit.”

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Всего комментариев: 2
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1 murlika • 23:30, 06.12.2016
Драйвер, капец, кинг конг shokus даже не ожидала...
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2 Tasha • 20:55, 08.12.2016
а Скорсезе?! Это ж Дэнни Де Вито, версия 2.0 ahahahaha
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