Weeks before the Oscars were handed out Sunday, studios were already taking meetings with awards consultants for next year’s best picture contenders. What movies might we be hearing about again (and again … and again) later this year? An early stab at a top 10, in alphabetical order:
“Brooklyn,” (Fox Searchlight, release TBA): Searchlight paid $9 million at Sundance for this exquisite immigrant love story — and that might end up being a bargain price. Set in 1950s New York, it follows a homesick Irish woman (Saoirse Ronan) struggling to adapt to her new life until she meets a sweet Italian plumber (Emory Cohen). It’s beautifully crafted, emotionally turbulent and sports a superb lead turn by the 20-year-old Ronan, making good on the promise she first showed in “Atonement.”
New portrait from Sundance was released. Enjoy the pics in our gallery!
Photoshoots > Photoshoots from 2015 > Session 05
THR released its Sundance portraits and I added Saoirse’s to the gallery. Enjoy!
The gallery was updated with HQ images of Saoirse at The Variety Studio during Sundance.
Public Appearances > Events from 2015 > Jan 27 | Sundance Film Festival: The Variety Studio
The gallery was updated with HQ images of Saoirse at the Sundance premiere of Brooklyn yesterday. Enjoy them!
Public Appearances > Events from 2015 > Jan 26 | Sundance Film Festival: “Brooklyn” Premiere