Orion Classics Picks Up Tribeca Drama “All These Small Moments”

Orion Classics Picks Up Tribeca Drama “All These Small Moments”

So we will have the chance to see All These Small Moments in the future, it will be released in theaters on January 17, 2019.

Orion Classics has acquired North American and Latin American rights to All These Small Moments, Melissa Miller Costanzo’s feature directing debut that premiered earlier this year at the Tribeca Film Festival. A January 17 theatrical release has been set, followed by a digital bow the next day.

The coming-of-age drama penned by Miller Costanzo centers on a teenage boy (Brendan Meyer) who becomes infatuated with a woman (Girls‘ Jemima Kirke) he sees on the bus, further complicating his already tumultuous adolescence. Molly Ringwald, Brian d’Arcy James, Sam McCarthy and Harley Quinn Smith also star.

All These Small Moments
was produced by Lauren Avinoam and Jed Mellick of Jemstone Productions (formerly Moving Pictures Artists) along with Vineyard Point Productions’ Katie Leary. Executive producers include Vineyard Point’s Bob Leary and Twitter co-founder Biz Stone.

Source: Source: Deadline (US)

Magazine scans update

Magazine scans update

We have scanned 3 more magazines for the site and you can now view them in the gallery!

Photos from Saks Fearless Women Speaker Series

Photos from Saks Fearless Women Speaker Series

Here is several photos from the event we posted about smoe days ago – Saks Fearless Women Speaker Series With Jemima Kirke. We haven’t found any videos but the event was on September 20 in New York City and she looked beautiful as usual!

Tweet in support of Christine Blasey Ford

Today Jemima tweeted about something very private, something that happened to her when she was only 22 years old and she did it in the support of Christine Blasey Ford, news that nobody in the world could have missed. We are very proud of Jemima for telling this story.

“I’m hugely grateful to this woman today.
OK, f–k it. When I was 22 I was raped by my drug dealer. After I kindly asked him to leave (I didn’t want to make him angry), I dragged myself to the hospital. After the various STD tests, the doctor said sympathetically, ‘You gotta start looking after yourself.’ I believed what he meant was, ‘This could have been prevented if you weren’t hanging out with a drug dealer.’ It would seem that the responsibility was on me and for this reason I didn’t tell anyone and I didn’t report it,” she said. “I was ashamed because I believed that what had happened to me was a result of having very little self-worth, that this was what happens to drug addicts.

This is wrong. My rape had nothing to do with my choices. Drug dealers don’t rape people any more than a family man does. The rehab counselors didn’t correct that belief. My own mother didn’t correct it. F–k anyone who meant well but told me to look at this ‘as a sign’ that I needed help. It is likely that my daughter will one day be sexually assaulted. I can’t prevent that. She can’t prevent that. But no matter what the circumstances, it won’t be her fault.”

Interview with Alex Cameron, mentions working with Jem

Interview with Alex Cameron, mentions working with Jem

A new interview with Jemima’s boyfriend Alex Cameron, by Variance Magazine, were he mentions working with her and perhaps future collaborations, perhaps one more music video!

Alex Cameron is one of the acts not to be missed when Treasure Island Music Festival returns after a year’s hiatus to a new Bay Area location, on Oct. 12 and 13. Cameron is one of many Australian names on this non-cookie cutter festival bill, late in the season, that also boasts Lord Huron, A$AP Rocky and Jungle. Other established Aussies include Courtney Barnett, Tame Impala, Pond and Hiatus Kaiyote.

Cameron’s star, however, is fast ascending. His music has been singled out by Henry Rollins, shouted out by Russell Crowe and he was invited to Las Vegas by Brandon Flowers to work on The Killers’ last album.

Forced Witness, his stellar second album, picks up from where Jumping The Shark, his 2013 debut, left off—it’s a continued exploration of the male misfit, in his many unsavory guises. In earlier incarnations, hair slicked back, Cameron wore face make-up to age him and suits like a faded lounge singer, calling to mind Nick Cave. In Forced Witness there’s less artifice; he takes a more heartland stance, in blue jeans and white singlet.

Cameron puts under the microscope the ways these men interact with women; on the internet, in song and the quotidienne. Though he never condones their behavior, he paints intimate portraits of these outre men, warts and all. Like biblical parables, sometimes he offers hope and maybe redemption.

Each song offers a separate vignette and it’s only upon repeated listens that you hear the full extent of the toxic masculinity lurking beneath. “Runnin’ Outta Luck,” “Candy May” and “Studmuffin96” are incredibly catchy, couched in the sheen of ‘80s synth-powered melodies with a good measure of St. Elmo’s Fire-era saxophone solos from “business partner” Roy Molloy.

Sydney-born but now residing in Queens, New York, Cameron took a moment to speak to us from his current home about these misfits, his experience writing with Flowers and acting opposite girlfriend Jemima Kirke (Girls) in his music videos.
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Source: Source: Variance Magazine (US)
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