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Join celebrated photographer and director Anton Corbijn for an exclusive screening of his new film, Life.

Life tells the story of the relationship between James Dean and photographer Dennis Stock, starring Dane DeHaan and Robert Pattinson.

The screening will be followed by an on-stage interview with Anton Corbijn and guests including award-winning Guardian photographer Eamonn Mccabe, to discuss the golden era of photojournalism in ’50s America and the enduring appeal of actor James Dean. Chaired by Francine Stock.

Running time 2 hours, 45 minutes.

Wheelchair users and visitors who require an assistant may bring a companion free of charge. To book a free companion ticket please email guardianlive.events@theguardian.com

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From Express Magazine (Translated by Laura),

Robert Pattinson will film with French director Claire Denis

For her first sci-fi movie, the French director Claire Denis has set her charms on the Twilight star, Robert Pattinson.

Exclusive – Twilight star, teens heartrob, Robert Pattinson offers himself surprising carreer choices. After David Cronenberg, Werner Herzog and James Gray, he just said yes to another Indy personnality in the US cinema business, the French Claire Denis. For an ambitious project: first sci-fi movie by the director of Withe Material.

She is working on the scenario with author Zadie Smith (White Teeth), the astro physician Aurélien Barrau and plastician Olafur Eliasson. The movie will be filmed in English language in Cologne, Germany, at the end of this year.

From screendaily,

Robert Pattinson to star in Claire Denis sci-fi

Robert Pattinson is attached to play the lead role in Claire Denis’ upcoming English-language sci-fi film, written with British writer Zadie Smith.

Pattinson is set to play the astronaut lead role in the as-yet-untitled film, which Screen first reported on in June.

Plot details are being kept under wraps but it is known to take place beyond the solar system in a ‘future that seems like the present’.

Denis is writing the script with acclaimed novelist Smith (White Teeth) and Smith’s writer husband Nick Laird.

The project, which marks an intriguing change of direction for the White Material and Beau Travail writer-director, is based on an original idea by Denis and her regular writing partner Jean-Pol Fargeau, and is due to go into production early next year.

Producers are Oliver Dungey (Miss Julie), Laurence Clerc and Olivier Thery Lapiney from Paris-based Alcatraz Films, and Claudia Steffen and Christoph Friedel of Pandora Filmproduktion in Cologne.

Paris-based producers Alcatraz Film confirmed the casting to ScreenDaily: “We are very proud and very happy, as is Claire, about what will be a great collaboration. Robert is committed to the project and we are committed to him.

Alcatraz and Pandora produced Denis’ most recent feature Bastards, which debuted at Cannes in 2013.

Denis regulars Wild Bunch are handling international sales while Des Hamilton is casting the project, which is currently in advanced development, and is expected to partly shoot in studio in Cologne.

Collaborators on the film also include Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson, known for his Tate Modern installation The Weather Project; astrophysicist Aurélien Barrau, known for his work on black holes and cosmology; and Stuart Staples of indie band Tindersticks, who previously provided music for Denis titles including White Material and 35 Rhums.

More details from June,

EXCLUSIVE: French director’s first English-language film is set in space; artist Olafur Eliasson among collaborators.

French director Claire Denis is teaming with British writer Zadie Smith on her first English-language film, which is set in space.

Plot details are being kept under wraps on the as-yet untitled adventure-sci-fi but it is known to take place beyond the solar system in a ‘future that seems like the present’.

Denis is writing the script with acclaimed novelist Smith (White Teeth) and Smith’s writer husband Nick Laird.

The project, which marks an intriguing change of direction for the White Material and Beau Travail writer-director, is based on an original idea by Denis and her regular writing partner Jean-Pol Fargeau.

Producers are Oliver Dungey (Miss Julie), Laurence Clerc and Olivier Thery Lapiney from Paris-based Alcatraz Films, and Claudia Steffen and Christoph Friedel of Pandora Filmproduktion in Cologne.

Alcatraz and Pandora produced Denis’ most recent feature Bastards, which debuted at Cannes in 2013.

Denis regulars Wild Bunch are handling international sales while Des Hamilton is casting the project, which is currently in advanced development and is due to shoot in studio in Cologne in late 2015/early 2016.

The intriguing collection of collaborators on the film also include Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson, known for his Tate Modern installation The Weather Project, the astrophysicist Aurélien Barrau, known for his work on black holes and cosmology, and Stuart Staples of indie band Tindersticks, who previously provided music for Denis titles including White Material and 35 Rhums.

Denis and Eliasson previously worked together on a short film to coincide with his exhibition Contact, which opened the Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris in December 2014.

Producer Dungey told Screen: “I am delighted that Claire has been tempted to cross the channel and make a film in English; she is one of the greats of contemporary cinema and she’s assembled a quite extraordinary team to make exactly the kind of ambitious film that audiences cherish – completely original, genuinely pushing the boundaries of art and science and, above all, extremely entertaining.”

Smith’s 2000 novel White Teeth was adapted into a four-part TV drama for Channel 4, while a feature version of the writer’s 2005 novel On Beauty is in development with Suffragette producer Alison Owen and Film4.

Producers Alcatraz Films are very proud and shared it on their Facebook page,

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Producer Oliver Dungey posted last year how proud and how good the movie will be in the future,


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Translated by Brittany:

The Childhood of A Leader

The actor Brady Corbet directed his first film at the age of 26, with Robert Pattinson and Stacy Martin, an emerging actress who will also star in Taj Mahal, in the Orizzonti section.

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New Italian interview in one of the biggest Italian papers, Corriere della Serra, kind of like their version of The NY Times, with Robert Pattinson about his role in Life, coming to theaters in September, 2015.

Excerpt:

“To set myself free from the Twilight saga, I agreed to a role in Life,” says the actor who portrays the photographer of the movie star who died 60 years ago

Robert Pattinson: “Twilight? I am proud to be a part. I’m no longer forced to look for work as I did, especially before Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. The popularity that ensued still gives me the peace of mind, even economic freedom, to select only projects I believe in. And Life is the proof.”

Robert Pattinson is going all out. He wants to distance itself from the role of teen idol in a saga that he certainly appreciates, but that still weighs on his status as an actor.

Pattinson plays the photographer Dennis Stock in Life, the year 1955, his turbulent friendship with the star (James Dean), the same one that gave him the opportunity to capture him in exclusive photos, both in New York (remember the famous shot of the actor with the cigarette in the rain on background of Times Square) and in his childhood home in Indiana.

What effect did it have for once not being photographed, but photographing the celebrities?
RP: I understand instinctively, that it may be difficult to deal with a star. When you’re on the red carpet, you don’t actually see photographers, you move, doing some moves, often studied, but in return you have no faces, only flashes. Of course, it was not easy for a photographer of that time, certainly not as it is today. For his part, however, Dean was able to keep his private life hidden enough. It was a different era, but no there was less desire to know the intimate details of his daily life than what happens today.

Idol of the young, beautiful, of course, not “cursed,” but still quite dark charm: when the script arrived did not think you would be right for the role of James Dean?
RP: I understand that you might think, but it would not be the right choice for both the good of character or for me. Comparisons would be made, I would be accused of presumption and, then, perhaps I myself would not be able to give that little extra something that DeHaan managed to do. From my point of view to portray Stock and his way of relating to someone is elusive, but in his way, charming, magnetic, and posed a challenge even more exciting than impersonating James Dean.

At the time of the story Stock was 27, he was already a father and struggled between work and family while pursuing his dream of becoming an accomplished photographer. You are almost the same age, 29, success has already happened but no wife or children, it seems that there couldn’t be a more distant character…

RP: At first glance, yes, but these are not the characteristics that most define a person. Becoming a successful parent involves variables that are not dependent on you, or rather, not on you alone. Half of it is luck and finding a person who, in addition to love, wants the same things that you want and at the time you want. I related to Stock in his determination of wanting to be an artist and also his touch of initial embarrassment that I often feel when I compare myself to someone for the first time.

You are a shy person?
RP: No, but I need some time to open up to anyone.

Even romantically? (Pattinson is engaged to the unique English singer FKA Twigs)
RP: With anyone, even in love.

Did you ever fear that the label “from Twilight” may have an adverse effect on your future in acting?
RP: The success of Twilight is something special that I will never regret. Ever since I started this career I’ve tried to improve myself, to challenge myself with different roles from those I’ve already played. If in 10 years we still speak of me as just the guy from “Twilight,” the blame will be mine alone.

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