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vendredi 8 avril 2011

MIFF Film Festival, Film Nominees and Best Acting Performance Female

Best Acting Performance Female

Kristen Stewart, is currently starring in the second film in “The Twilight Saga,” “New Moon” in the lead role of ‘Bella Swan.’ She will next be seen as Joan Jett in “The Runaways,” the rock ‘n’ roll biopic of the 1970’s all-girl band and the film “Welcome to the Rileys,” opposite James Gandolfini and Melissa Leo; both films will premiere at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival. In addition to this, she will have a third film in “The Twilight Saga,” “Eclipse.” Of her character, Mallory, in “Welcome to the Rileys,” Stewart says, "This was a very ambitious project for me - Mallory is a character detached from human compassion who is on the verge of no return. Jake Scott was the perfect person to direct this; a good man, really smart, collaborative and emotionally aware." Introduced to worldwide audiences with her outstanding performance alongside Jodie Foster in “Panic Room,” Stewart most recently starred in “Adventureland,” and “Into the Wild,” for director Sean Penn. Her additional film credits include “The Cake Eaters” for director Mary Stuart Masterson “Yellow Handkerchief” alongside William Hurt, “What Just Happened,” “In The Land of Women,” “The Messengers,” “Zathura,” “Speak,” “Fierce People,” “Catch That Kid,” “Undertow,” “Cold Creek Manor,” and “The Safety of Objects.”

Film Nominees
"Welcome to the Rileys"

Director: Jake Scott
Screenwriter: Ken Hixon Cinematographer: Christopher Soos
Editor: Nicolas Gaster Producer: Giovanni Agnelli, Scott Bloom, Michael Costigan, Ridley Scott, Tony Scott
Country: USA Runtime: 01:47 World Premiere
Cast : James Gandolfini, Kristen Stewart, Melissa Leo

Trauma transforms us. Years after their teenage daughter’s death, Lois and Doug Riley, an upstanding Indiana couple, are frozen by estranging grief. She isolates herself in their immaculate suburban home. He philanders with a local waitress, anesthetizing pain with easy passion. When he loses his mistress to cancer, Doug, beset by further heartache, escapes to New Orleans on a business trip. Compelled by urgencies he doesn’t understand, he insinuates himself into the life of an underage hooker, becoming her platonic guardian. Meanwhile, Lois summons all of her remaining force to overcome agoraphobia and venture south to reclaim her marriage. Exacting performances from three consummate actors (James Gandolfini, Melissa Leo, and Kristen Stewart) infuse this emotionally raw, gently humorous drama with penetrating humanity. Director Jake Scott’s uncompromising film refuses to flinch from difficult moments or tie neat bows around its characters. Instead, it reveals how taking risks and leaving our comfort zone can become a profound path to healing the human heart.

Les résultats seront donné le 10 mai 2011 à Milan.

Here under the films Nominated to MIFF Awards made public by the programming committee. Now exclusively the Made in Milan International Film Society Members will identify the Leonardo da Vinci's Horse Winners in each category. Winner will be announced and awarded on May 10, 2011 in Milan. TO VIEW THE SCHEDULE OF SCREENINGS DURING MARCH AND APRIL AT CINEMA OBERDAN, CLICK HERE The process towards the Nomination Status refers to the disciplines listed as in Art.3 and 4 of the General Rules. The Best Film category is formed by the Winner films assigned by MIMIFS Members in each category, and it will be selected only by the Audience choice. As a result, a movie with only one nomination, if awarded in its category by the Members, it's eligible to win the Best Film category by winning the Audience choice.

Source: miff

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