The actress, 34, was effortlessly stylish in a sheer mesh illusion dress and classically chic blazer, as she cosied up to her suited-and-booted husband, 31, on the red carpet.
Annette Bening is all smiles while posing for a photograph at her In Conversation with Annette Bening panel held during the 2017 Hamptons International Film Festival on Sunday (October 8) in the Hamptons, New York.
The 59-year-old actress was accompanied by her co-star Jamie Bell as they also promoted their upcoming movie, Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool.
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Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool, directed by Paul McGuigan, tells the true story of actress Gloria Grahame, who begins a relationship with young actor Peter
At the first edition of the Hamptons International Film Festival in 1993, the programmers landed an event that instantly made it stand out: a conversation between Steven Spielberg and Martin Scorsese. “That helped show the community we were for real,” artistic director David Nugent said in an interview. Twenty-five years later, nobody’s doubting HIFF’s bonafides.
Over the decades, the festival has settled into its early October weekend slot, traditionally overlapping with the New York Film Festival. That gives the exclusive Suffolk County gathering an edge during the awards season, which launches
Kate Mara and Jamie Bell make one cute couple at the premiere of Kate‘s new movie, Chappaquiddick, at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival!
The 34-year-old actress and the 31-year-old actor, who just got married back in July, posed together and held hands at Roy Thomson Hall on Sunday (September 10) in Toronto, Canada.
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One night before, Kate was spotted with Jamie at the HFPA & InStyle Party celebrating alongside stars including Jessica Chastain and Brie Larson.
Kate also made an appearance at the
The Telluride Film Festival may be a nexus for early Oscar buzz, but that doesn’t always mean consensus. Last year, IndieWire’s critics survey ranking the best movies at the festival did eventually line up with the Academy, as Best Picture winner “Moonlight” topped the poll. This year, however, the 15 participants in IndieWire’s poll were clearly divided about the best of the festival, which may be the first indication that this year’s best-picture race is anything but certain. Two major fall films tied in multiple categories, and they couldn’t be
The Telluride Film Festival is about a lot more than Oscars. Co-directors Tom Luddy and Julie Huntsinger certainly set out to program the year’s likeliest Oscar contenders, including Joe Wright’s Gary Oldman vehicle “Darkest Hour,” Greta Gerwig’s “Lady Bird,” starring Saoirse Ronan, Guillermo del Toro’s “The Shape of Water,” starring Sally Hawkins, and “Battle of the Sexes,” starring a luminous Emma Stone as real-life hero Billie Jean King.
But Telluride was also a crucible for conversations about the state of the motion picture industry throughout the weekend, as Netflix and Amazon