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.
We have scanned 3 more magazines for the site and you can now view them in the gallery!
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!
A new interesting interview by Playboy magazine was published on September 21st, in which Jemima talks about the risk of being typecast and the new series Maniac.
They also released one more photo from Maniac so that one can be found in the gallery and you can read full interview in the press archive!
If you happened to stroll by Jemima Kirke’s Brooklyn stoop sale in April, one of the items in particular might have caught your eye. Among the piles of vintage clothing and the other knickknacks one typically finds at these de-sheddings, was a stack of unopened copies of Girls DVDs, the show she starred on for six seasons. “People were actually buying them, and nobody realized I was the one selling them,” Kirke tells Playboy. Now, maybe she was just doing some spring-cleaning—because stars, they’re just like us—or maybe it was something more.
Throughout her half-decade run as Jessa Johansson—the deeply flawed but oddly likable millennial on HBO’s Emmy-winning coming-of-age series—the London-born, New York-based actress tried her best to extract herself from her polarizing on-screen persona. “I have had moments like Jessa, for sure,” she told Huffington Post in 2012. “I keep saying this—I just can’t stress this enough—this is an impression for me, in many ways. I know acting is not impersonating, but I’m good with impressions.”
That Kirke tried to make that distinction early on should come as no surprise. If Girls was a window into the no-strings-attached hookup culture of twentysomething New York City, then Jessa was its poster child. But when Kirke agreed to be in her friend Lena Dunham’s pilot in 2011, she was a married 24-year-old who had just given birth to her first daughter. Her days as a rebellious, hard-partying New York scenester—she first went to rehab when she was 19—were firmly behind her.
We have added screencaptures and video clips from the 2017 movie The Little Hours. So go to the gallery for the caps and the video archive to view the film clips. And remember not to watch all clips before you have seen the movie because they might contain spoilers!