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Posted on January 02, 2021 / by Ana in site

2020 is now over, but we can’t say it wasn’t a big year for Vanessa. We were lucky enough, to watch Vanessa win an award, release 2 movies and being on several magazine covers. Here’s 2020 in review:

January began with Vanessa filming Pieces of a Woman, which will be released in soon (January 2021). February started off with Vanessa’s project Mr. Jones being released all over the world, as well as the first event she attended, BAFTA. This same month, it was announced that Vanessa would be featured on the two next Mission Impossible movies. March was a month of change, so we switched out our themes, both main page and gallery which got changed again in September. The month after, April, we released Vanessa’s closet thank you to fans donations for making this happen. This last months were a bit quiet so we took the opportunity to add new feature to our fansite. In May Vanessa was, once again, as a mentor, supporting The Mono Box  as well as SpareHand. In August, Vanessa joined her first of the year voice work, with several episodes of Spyscape: True Spies hereSeptember was the loveliest month of the year, were we got to see Vanessa’s beauty on the red carpet again for thee 77th Venice Film Festival in The World to Came premiere and photocall as well as Pieces of a Woman, both premiere and photocall as well. This same month, Vanessa graced us with a brand new photoshoot of the year for The Hollywood Reporter. And we got to know that Vanessa intended to create a production company, sadly, nothing else has been released about. To finish off this month, Vanessa won a best actress award for her role on Pieces of a Woman. November we got the first look on Italian Studies (previously known as Unknown Adam Leon Project). December was a great month to promote her newest projects with magazine covers and fashion spreads for Harpers Bazaar, Esquire,  and several others. To finish the year, she joined several celebrities on The Graham Norton Show here.

We were lucky enough to get some insight of Pieces of a Woman, here and here, as well as World to Come, here, and here , throughout the next months.

Posted on December 31, 2020 / by Ana in Gallery, news/ rumours

For her first lead in a film, the actress wanted a character as challenging as many of those she’s played onstage. She found it in Kornel Mundruczo’s “Pieces of a Woman.”

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LONDON — Vanessa Kirby has never given birth, but after shooting her first lead movie role in “Pieces of a Woman,” she kind of feels like she has.
“Whenever I see a pregnant woman now, or someone’s telling me that they’ve just given birth, I smile,” she said in a recent video chat. “I feel with them.”
The two full days she spent shooting a searing scene for the film could explain this psychic confusion, as could the thorough way Kirby, 32, immersed herself in the role.
In “Pieces of a Woman,” which debuts Jan. 7 on Netflix after a limited theatrical release in December, Kirby plays Martha, a pregnant woman whose home birth goes horribly wrong.
This pivotal event at the beginning of the film plays out in a 24-minute, single-take scene that starts with Martha’s first contractions and ends in tragedy. The camera follows Martha, her partner Sean (Shia LaBeouf) and a midwife, Eva (Molly Parker), around the couple’s apartment, condensing the agonies of labor into under half an hour.
In September, the film premiered at the Venice Film Festival, where Kirby won the best actress award, and began to be talked about as an Oscar contender.
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Posted on December 28, 2020 / by Ana in Gallery

Pieces of a Woman is, for certain, getting a lot of attention, and the good one! Vanessa’s performance as Martha is truly heartbreaking and thrilling. For that, here are some articles from several magazines that feature an inside on this movie which will be out on January 7th on Netflix. Not only we had amazing articles, but also beautiful outtakes from The Hollywood Reporter photoshoot which was also used on Backstage December issue.

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Posted on December 20, 2020 / by Ana in Gallery, news/ rumours, Video Archive

Alrx is a original global non-fiction stories from several authors, journalists, actors and filmakers. Vanessa Kirby joins this new plataform (for now only available for IOS) and reads Mother Mountain by Helen Mortn, a story on the fate of Alison Hargreaves and her son Tom Ballard, two mountain climbers who lost their lives in pursuit of altitude, and each other. The project has a lovely drawing of Vanessa included as to promote this project. See it, now available in our gallery:


Posted on December 20, 2020 / by Ana in movie, news/ rumours

Vanessa plays Tallie on the upcoming The World To Come which will premiere on Sundance Film Festival 2021. It will premiere on the film festival, February 2nd, 8 p.m.

To celebrate this news, we release a brand new image from the movie, now available in our gallery.

In eighteenth-century upstate New York, Abigail (Katherine Waterston) is increasingly defeated by grief and the drudgery of rural life. Her deference and propriety maintain a mundane equilibrium with her husband Dyer (Casey Affleck), but her narrated dairies offer a picture into a richer internal life. When spring brings newcomers Tallie (Vanessa Kirby) and husband Finney (Christopher Abbott) to the otherwise empty landscape, the journal entries frantically anticipate—and then enthusiastically document—an affair with Tallie. As menial machinations are interrupted and patriarchal sovereignty is questioned, both marriages buckle. The wives’ connection is threatened, but Abigail and Tallie’s love for each other is steadfast, both onscreen and in handwritten pages.