September 20, 2022 0 comments

According to the premiere of  The Son the first trailer and production still including Vanessa has been released:

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PROJECTS > MOVIES > 2022 – THE SON

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September 19, 2022 0 comments

We had the previlege to see Vanessa on Venice’s new edition on the premiere of The Son. She stunned the red carpet with a red Valentino two-pieces outfit as well as a sequined and feather-embellished nude-colored dress from the same brand, 2022 collection.

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APPEARANCES / EVENTS > 2022 > SEP 07: “THE SON” PHOTOCALL – 79TH VENICE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

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APPEARANCES / EVENTS > 2022 > SEP 07: “THE SON” RED CARPET – 79TH VENICE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

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CANDIDS > SEP 08, 2022: 79TH VENICE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

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PHOTOSHOOTS > 2022

For the first night, she attended a Cartier event, which has two clips showing Vanessa (here) including a full interview here.

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 CAPTURES > APPEARANCES > 2022 – CARTIER AT THE VENICE FILM FESTIVAL: THE MAISON’S DINNER

CAPTURES > INTERVIEWS > 2022 > 2022 – CARTIER AT THE VENICE FILM FESTIVAL: VANESSA KIRBY INTERVIEW

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August 23, 2022 0 comments

To all Vanessa Kirby fans we announce that we will be on a small hiatus and will return mid September. Follow our Twitter page for news related to Vanessa which will be transfered to the fansite as soon as we are back.

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August 22, 2022 0 comments

We were looking at the gallery and saw some pictures were missing, since there aren’t new pictures of Vanessa, we thought of updating the gallery and adding this new items!

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APPEARANCES / EVENTS > 2020 > SEP 08: MIU MIU WOMEN’S TALES MEETING DURING THE 77TH VENICE FILM FESTIVAL

PROJECTS > THEATRE > 2011 – THE ACID TEST > PRODUCTION STILLS

CANDIDS > MAR 05: ARRIVING PARIS FASHION WEEK – WOMENSWEAR F/W 2022



August 22, 2022 0 comments

Alina Reynolds wonders in NY portrayed by Vanessa Kirby in a production by Adam Leon.

Our review: At this date the movie has been rated 5.1 out of 10 on IMDB and we must say, for a production that has been on hold for 3 years, that, unfortunately, it doesn’t bring much to the screen than Vanessa being a good actress and a lovely face. There isn’t a base on it at all, and everyone can see it wasn’t scripted at all, it was an experiment. This doesn’t mean it is a bad movie, but it definitely doesn’t mean it is a masterpiece. Through this experience (and what are we without them?), it makes you think if our memory really matters and if it might be condemning us to our limits rather than making us liberated.

Slant Magazine interview:

Kirby and Leon, from their respective positions, hold onto the core of Alina with remarkable consistency throughout Italian Studies. This collaboration delivers a film with a more mystical quality than Leon’s two previous New York-set adventures—Gimme the Loot and Tramps—a vision of the city that actively forges rather than merely reveals individual identity.

I spoke with Kirby and Leon days before the theatrical and on-demand release of Italian Studies. The collaborators discussed the roots of their partnership, how they navigated the portrayal of the main character’s sudden amnesia, and why Kirby feels like Alina functions as a secondary character reflecting the adolescent energy in the film.

Vanessa, I read you refer to Adam as “the best New York film director.” What is it about his approach to the city that you find so special?

Vanessa Kirby: I was just thinking this morning about how Adam’s movies are like the soul of New York. He described this one as almost like a pre-pandemic artifact of New York, because the world has changed so significantly. We started it in 2018, so it’s like a time capsule in a way. Life is so different now. So, yeah, I loved his movies, and it was sort of natural in a way that it would be about New York. We talked about Lost in Translation and how cities become one being, essentially, and how you would look at the nature of an urban jungle through the eyes of somebody who’s never been in one before. What would it look like to really look at the environment we built as new and how that environment shapes our identity and our sense of selves? What are the things that form that? Is that elusive, and is it getting stranger as we go?
Adam Leon: We’d been talking for a while about trying to do something together. She really wanted to be thrown out into the streets.

VK: Wait, wait, wait, I don’t think I ever said that! I don’t think I said to throw me out into the street. Remember—
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