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Meet the Director – Oscar Nominated La Femme et Le TGV

By Jayjay Epega : http://epegamedia.pressfolios.com/

posteryeahla-femme“We’re all in this together and want to be connected in order to feel loved.”  Timo Von Gunten – Director La Femme et Le TGV

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                                     Timo Von Gunten directs Legendary actress Jane Birkin 

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La Femme et Le TGV is a simple, heart-warming and indeed moving tale, one that takes you through an emotional journey of escaping the constraints of loneliness in all its forms.

Jane Birkin’s  brilliance in the role of Elise Lafontaine is indeed one of grace in conveying and bringing gravitas to any role she plays, something that comes shining through.  La Femme et Le TGV is a wonderful film, glorious in its simplicity, engaging content and in its message.

It was delightful to talk to its 27 year old  Swiss Director Timo Von Gunten, to learn more about his work and the fascinating story behind the film.

  1. How did you get into working in film? Please give a little background about your career to date..

When I was 10 years old, I abducted my parents MiniDV camera and started playing around with it like crazy. Every hike, every trip, everything was documented. Soon I learnt about the impact of editing, even though it was very limited software available back then. And that’s how I got a taste for narrative storytelling. During my high school years in Switzerland I was supported by my teachers and headmaster to work on my projects. Every opportunity was used to shoot films while others were used studying for exams. After I graduated I hoped to go to film school, but I was declined everywhere I applied to. Even in my home town Zurich. I started theoretical film studies at the university then I left only 2 months later. I committed to an internship as an assistant on a low budget feature that hasn’t been publicly seen until today. But from these contacts I managed to pull off my first professional short films. In fact, with some cast and crew from that film have been part of LA FEMME ET LE TGV.

  1. Who in the film/Movie world – past and present – are your greatest influences? Also we would love to learn more about movies that have influenced you?

It’s funny, I can’t really name a specific person who has been my greatest influence. My creative drive and passion seems to come from within and I’m not really following too many people consciously. But of course when I read a great quote from someone in the industry or see a film that I love, this inspires me immensely and gives me the energy I need to keep going. From the style of my films you can tell that “Amelie“ certainly had a huge impact on me when I was a teenager. I’ve watched this film numerous times and I still try to, when I feel depressed. Apart from the phenomenal style and story, I love the details it entails. And that’s what brings us back to TGV.

  1. How did you come up with the idea for the film?

I read the story in the newspapers and I just couldn’t stop thinking about it. I contacted the lady by phone and let her know that I wanted to make a movie about her life. She agreed. Then, I teamed up with my invaluable producers Giacun Caduff and Jean de Meuron. That’s how this fairy tale began…

  1. How did you get the wonderful and legendary Jane Birkin to be the lead in the film and how did you choose the other actors?

I wrote a fairly good screenplay and I sent it to Jane. I was lucky that she immediately understood the story and loved it.

All actors were chosen together with my amazing mentor and acting coach from London, Giles Foreman. We’ve been an exceptional team for a while now.

  1. What would you like people to take away from the film? Is there a special message for the audience?

Solitude is one of the primary themes in LA FEMME ET LE TGV. It’s about the loss of relationships – on one hand the familial relationship with her son but also the relationship with the “lover“ that she has only imagined. Elise wishes nothing more than a connection to this world, the new world. But reaching out to a distant train driver has just been an excuse for not daring to go out into the world and commit to real people. Cause only that way will she experience real love and no longer feel outside of life. It is also about the integration of older generations who no longer feel connected and forgotten in old folks homes. New technology has brought us closer together, but in a way also further apart. This film should give hope to our elders that they belong to this world as much as the young ones, cause at the end of the day, we are dependent on each other. We’re all in this together and want to be connected in order to feel loved.

  1. What other countries would you like to film/work in, have you done a lot of international work to date?

So far I’ve shot in the United States, France, Switzerland and Bulgaria. I hope this list will grow a lot in the coming years. I find it exciting and vital to shoot in other countries. It gives you a new perspectives by bringing people together. There is still so much to discover and learn. Can’t wait to dive into the next adventure.

View The Trailer Here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MSRnal-xdjA

( Images are Courtesy : http://www.tgv-movie.com/  / Jean de Meuron, Timo Von Gunten, Giacun Caduff )

The 89th Oscars will be held on Sunday, February 26, 2017, at the Dolby Theatre® at Hollywood & Highland Center® in Hollywood, and will be televised live on the ABC Television Network at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT. The Oscars also will be televised live in more than 225 countries and territories worldwide.

For more information please visit : http://www.oscars.org/

READ MORE OF JAYJAY EPEGA’S WORK HERE :

https://theluxurychannel.com/magazine/the-luxury-channel-shines-the-light-between-oceans/ 

http://theluxurychannel.com/magazine/music-moguls-the-music-industry-legend-alan-edwards-talks-talent-and-pr/

https://hollywoodlondon.wordpress.com/2016/03/07/a-fabulous-la-adventure/

http://theluxurychannel.com/magazine/fairytale-interrupted-a-life-with-john-kennedy-jr/

It’s Supersonic : The Oasis Documentary

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ARTICLE BY FYKAA CAAN & THE HOLLYWOOD LONDON TEAM

 

(Dave Hogan/Getty Images)

Now, that story is detailed in a new documentary called Supersonic .

Supersonic is directed by Mat Whitecross, whose previous credits include 2010’s Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll (which also sounds like the name an Oasis documentary, but is in fact a biopic of the late singer, Ian Dury).

You can find a list of cinemas where Supersonic is screening at the film’s official website. You can watch the documentary’s trailer, below.

Graham Fletcher-Cook, making movies on Blood & Carpet

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Acclaimed  Film Maker and Actor Graham Fletcher Cook has been in the business since his teens. He burst onto the scene with a small role in the beloved movie “Bugsy Malone” alongside his brother Dexter. With a long and varied career, he has appeared in movies as diverse as The French Lieutenant’s Woman, Absolute Beginners which featured David Bowie and more recently Eddie The Eagle. Fletcher-Cook is a respected Director and has run acting workshops since 1992, which have been attended by many high profile talent.

Most recently he has directed a wonderful independent film described as a mystery/drama/noir/comedy called “Blood and Carpet”, which was made on a shoe string budget of only £3000!  It is a superb period piece set in the late 1960s and shot in  black and white which helps to completely capture the era.

I was delighted to have the opportunity of an exclsuive Q and A to learn more about his work..

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A scene from Blood and Carpet

  1. How did you get into working in film?

I got involved in working in film at a tender age. As children, my mother took us to a drama club run by Anna Scher in Islington which pretty much my entire extended family of brothers, cousins and aunts all attended. In that way, working in film was a very organic occurrence as when Anna Scher started to gain a reputation for producing natural and gifted young actors, directors would regularly turn up and cast for their films. We started acting in public information films, children films for Saturday morning pictures and television drama. By an extreme stroke of good fortune, the first movie set that both myself and my brother Dexter walked onto was ‘Bugsy Malone’. This was also an amazing opportunity to watch people at work on film sets and explore the myriad of different jobs that go towards making a film.

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Graham with Sir Alan Parker and brother Dexter

  1. How did you get involved/come up with the idea of making your film Blood and Carpet?

I have been director of Timber Theatre for some 15 years now. Part of the companies remit is that we hold acting workshops on a regular basis. The workshops are based on improvisation and on one such occasion I gave the group an exercise to create a scene where someone is panicking. From this sparse direction some of the actors, Annie Burkin, Victoria Muldoon and Duncan Alexander created a scene where they were scrubbing blood from the carpet of their sitting room floor. It was a very tense and involving scenario and after the workshop had finished we all remarked on how it would make a fantastic opening to a movie. From that gem of an idea, I wrote a script and set about fundraising. Subsequently, some 6 weeks later, we found ourselves onset making the movie Blood And Carpet, with Annie Burkin starring in the feature length version of the scene she had originally thought of.

Watch the Blood and Carpet trailer here :

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UewthCQq4oc

  1. It’s set in ’60s East London, how did you manage to capture the era and…. do you have a personal fondness for that time?

Being a young child in the 1960’s I naturally have a great fondness for the era. We actually built the set based on my grandparents lounge and of course that brings back so many happy memories. When people visited the set they would remark that it made them feel nostalgic, warm and happy to such and extent that we sometimes had trouble getting them to leave so we could continue working. To capture the era we spent a great deal of time on attention to detail. We scoured flea markets and the internet for props and costumes and would feel a great sense of achievement when sourcing an appropriate lampshade or tea strainer. To further enhance the period look of the film we watched a lot of films of that era, collecting appropriate phrases and speech patterns which the actors then recreated in their performances. Also shooting the film in black and white and mixing the sound in mono helped with overall feel.

  1. What were some of the challenges you faced in making your film?

The main challenges were shooting under such a demanding schedule. The budget was so tight that we only had 2 weeks to complete the entire movie which is generally unheard of when making a feature film. However this forced us to think on our feet and work with an immediacy that harked back to the b-movies of the 1960’s on which Blood And Carpet is based.

  1. What would you say drives this film and were you happy with the results?

Blood And Carpet is a performance based movie. At the micro budget level at which we were working the film was never going to be about huge special effects, elaborate locations and hundreds of extras. As a result the film is all about the human drama brought to life by the cast. I am overjoyed at the way in which the actors interpreted the script and found meaning that I had never dreamt of. Having worked with actors such as Frank Boyce, who played Melvin, for many years in the theatre, it was a wonderful opportunity to take all those years experience and channel them into a fantastic film performance.

  1. I understand that the entire film was made for only £3000 ! ….Can you tell us how you managed this ?

We managed to shoot the film for 3000 pounds by keeping everything to a minimum. Onset there was usually four people excluding the cast, that being Maika Crampton doing art direction/hair/makeup. David Foster recording the sound. Director of photography Jeanette Monero and myself. Then whoever wasn’t acting in a scene would help with lights or catering or production. We borrowed equipment. All the cast deferred their usual payments and the post production was done by calling in favours. Generally we spent most of the budget on props and costume and food. A good recipe for spaghetti bolognese goes a long way when making a micro budget feature film. And we shot most of the film in my lounge.

  1. . If you had unlimited resources to make a movie about anything, what would it be about and why?

With unlimited resources I would love to make an epic western. The beauty and drama of the Italian westerns of the 1960’s are some of my earliest memories of films making a major impact upon my imagination. It would be my dream to take a film unit from Almeria in southern Spain to Monument Valley in Arizona and reinvent American folklore in the same way that Sergio Leone and Ennio Morricone did with such innovation with the Dollars trilogy.

  1. Who are the film makers, actors, writers and directors that inspire you to do what you do?

My main influence is John Cassavetes. I am continually in awe of his skill as an actor, director and human being. Working from a grounding in theatre and improvisation and moving into film, John Cassavetes wrote the blueprint. He showed me the way to achieve my dreams for which I am forever grateful. Other filmmakers that have had enormous influence would be David Lynch, Sergio Leone, Alfred Hitchcock, Ben Wheatley, Dexter Fletcher, Alan Clarke, Alan Parker and Dario Argento.

  1. You’ve had such a unique perspective and career, any advice for aspiring filmmakers?

My advice to aspiring filmmakers would be: Don’t try to compete with what is happening in the multiplexes. Be original, be innovative and tell your story from your own unique perspective. There is not any given formula for what makes a hit movie. Nobody really knows what the next breakthrough film will be or where it will come from and your ideas are as valid as anyones. Concentrate on storytelling. Stop making excuses and start making films. The conditions will never be perfect but if you have an idea and an iPhone the possibilities are endless and I for one look forward to seeing the results. Don’t bother with short films, make a feature. Sound is very important. And make sure you get someone onboard who cares about the sound as it is very, very important. And concentrate on the sound. Did I mention sound?

  1. What projects are you currently working on ? What do we have to look forward to from you next?

Currently working on a reinvention of the ‘whodunnit’ murder mystery genre called Burned from a script by Annie Burkin to be shot in Europe in late 2016. It’s a tale full of twists, turns and intrigue produced by Valentine Nonyela who worked on Blood And Carpet. Then for 2017 I am directing Memorial a zomcom by BAFTA nominee Danny King who wrote Wild Bill and Eat Local. We will be shooting in the UK with a fantastic cast attached of which unfortunately I cannot elaborate any further at this stage. As soon as everything is crossed and dotted you will be the first to know Jayjay.

 

For more info please visit the BLOOD AND CARPET  Official Website.

Article by: Jayjay Epega

READ MORE OF JAYJAY EPEGA’S WORK HERE :

https://theluxurychannel.com/magazine/the-luxury-channel-shines-the-light-between-oceans/

http://theluxurychannel.com/magazine/the-legacy-of-oscar/

http://theluxurychannel.com/magazine/fairytale-interrupted-a-life-with-john-kennedy-jr/

http://theluxurychannel.com/magazine/stars-rise-to-the-occasion-at-the-moet-british-independent-film-awards/

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The Beaumont Hotel: Oasis in the heart of a big beating city

The Beaumont Hotel is London’s West End’s hidden jewel.  Tucked in a quiet corner moments from Oxford Street’s landmark Selfridges Department Store, this wonderful discovery has had a complete transformation by its owners the famed London restaurateurs Corbin & King.

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On a tour of the rooms which all feel very homely, you have a feeling that a very personal touch has been made to pull the whole look so elegantly together.

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The stunning Antony Gormley’s stayable sculpture, ‘Room’ takes the breath away.  From the outside, the unmistakable stainless steel cubist figure of a man clutching his knees towers over the Beaumont’s entrance. You enter the most unusual room via steps from its white marble-lined bathroom which is a 10m-high asymmetric chamber encased in dark black forest oak, it really is something to see!

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The hotel restaurant “The Colony Grill” was an absolute delight.  Once seated you feel like you have arrived in an episode of Agatha Christie’s “Poirot” – it is that quaint and stylish.  The world’s top male model David Gandy has been spotted dining here, as has Oscar winner actress Alicia Vikander, Supermodel Cindy Crawford held her book launch party there, as well as her husband Rande Gerber and George Clooney’s Casamigos Tequila launch.

Update : Alicia Vikander’s covershoot for Vanity Fair was shot at The Beautiful Beaumont Hotel – http://www.vanityfair.com/magazine/photos/2016/08/the-cover-shoot-alicia-vikander-in-wonderland 

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The Colony Grill has quickly established itself as a destination of note for London’s most discerning diners.  Sorrounded by the most gorgeous black and white images from Hollywood’s golden era, it is also beautifully lit and generously spaced.  The menu  offered was very hearty, I went for the crab linguini but other food selections include superb fish dishes,  shepherd’s pie, roast beef, burgers, steak, and meatloaf.

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The Beaumont is a wonderful oasis in the heart of a big beating city, its old world up to date ambience will draw you in, and you will find it hard to leave.

To find out more please visit  : https://www.thebeaumont.com/ 

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READ MORE OF JAYJAY EPEGA’S WORK HERE :

https://theluxurychannel.com/magazine/the-luxury-channel-shines-the-light-between-oceans/

http://theluxurychannel.com/magazine/music-moguls-the-music-industry-legend-alan-edwards-talks-talent-and-pr/

https://hollywoodlondon.wordpress.com/2016/03/07/a-fabulous-la-adventure/

http://theluxurychannel.com/magazine/the-legacy-of-oscar/

http://theluxurychannel.com/magazine/fairytale-interrupted-a-life-with-john-kennedy-jr/

 

A Fabulous L.A. Adventure

 

A Fabulous L.A. Adventure 

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A SPECIAL PREVIEW OF A LUXURY CHANNEL EXCLUSIVE
By JAYJAY EPEGA : http://theluxurychannel.com/

There is no better time to visit the great City of Los Angeles and to experience the glamour, than during the glorious finale of the Awards season – here are some of our fabulous highlights :

We Stayed at:

THE LONDON WEST HOLLYWOOD

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1020 North San Vicente Boulevard | West Hollywood, CA 90069

Phone:+1 310-854-1111

http://www.thelondonwesthollywood.com/

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We fell in love on arrival at the glitzy London West Hollywood Hotel, which is located moments from the Sunset strip.

With impeccable service from the staff, the tastefully classy and residential feel of the enormous rooms, which are all suites also have their own balconies and spa-like bathrooms, making you feel like you are experiencing a veritable home from home. They also all come equipped with personal wet bars, Keurig coffee makers and complimentary Wi-Fi access – and do make sure not to miss out on enjoying the panoramic city view of Los Angeles from The London’s rooftop pool.

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The hotel is close to Sunset Boulevard’s countless restaurants and boutiques, half an hour from LAX airport, five minutes’ drive from Beverly Hills and half an hour from Santa Monica.

We loved the hotel’s restaurant The Boxwood where we regularly had breakfast – and memories of home signified by not just the name but also by Garbanzo, the regal English bulldog and hotel mascot who can be found by the lobby.

We will certainly be making a return to The London – which was a truly sublime experience.

 

We Dined at:

THE DORCHESTER COLLECTION

BEL AIR HOTEL’S : WOLFGANG PUCK (Image courtesy Dorchester Collection)

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701 Stone Canyon Rd, Los Angeles, CA 90077 – Phone Number

(310) 472-1211

https://www.dorchestercollection.com/en/los-angeles/hotel-bel-air/

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This most beautiful hotel makes you feel like you are in another era and seems entombed in an enchanted forest from your sweetest dreams. We were delighted to be given a VIP tour of the building, enjoying an intimate look at the Presidential suite which cost an eye watering £15,000 a night!

The Wolfgang Puck restaurant is fresh and very inviting. Tables are nestled next to thick vines of luscious candy-coloured bougainvillea. The main seating area is under a sun-diffusing canopy, resulting in flattering, soft light as if placing diners in a well-lit Hollywood movie.

We were recommended the Lobster Cobb Salad and The HBA Original Nancy Reagan “Chopped” Salad which did not fail to impress – an absolute joy to the taste buds. Make your booking now!

 

We Shopped at:

THE GROVE (image courtesy Goldstar.com)

189 The Grove Drive
(3rd Street at Fairfax Avenue)
Los Angeles, CA. / (323) 900-8080

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Built in 2002, The Grove is a 575,000 square-foot open-air shopping/dining center, featuring 50 upscale shops, restaurants, movie theatres and offices.

The Grove isn’t your average shopping mall – it’s more like a faux street with a delightful European ambiance and colourful architectural elements reminiscent of Rodeo Drive and even Disneyland, case in point the shiny green and brass trolley that ferries visitors between the original Farmers Market and the Town Square of the Grove.

The focal point of the mall is a landscaped park area featuring a “dancing” fountain choreographed to the music of artists such as Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin. Other points of interest include The Spirit of Los Angeles, a statue by sculptor De L’Esperie, and Glockenspiel, a musical clock on the dome.

The Grove provides an extensive selection of retail stores and restaurants – which will please even the most discerning shopper and includes stores that veer toward the higher-end, such as Barneys New York, Michael Kors, and Nordstrom, there’s also the affordable options including Gap, J. Crew and American Girl, while the flagship Apple store can entertain techies for hours and bookworms will revel in the three-story Barnes and Noble bookstore.

 

We were gifted at : Roger Neal Style Hollywood (RNSH) 20th Annual Beauty & Couture Academy Award Suite (Image Courtesy of Roger Neal Oscar Suite)

http://rogernealsh.net/

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Roger Neal’s wonderful Oscar Suite where guests were welcomed and catered for at the beautifully arranged event, which was celebrating its 20th year and did not fail to  impress.

Here are the details :

WHEN: Thursday February 25th – Friday February 26

Celebrating the 88th Academy Awards

WHAT: Roger Neal Style Hollywood (RNSH) 20th Annual Beauty & Couture Academy Award Suite

WHERE: LUXE HOTEL, 360 N. Rodeo Dr , Beverly Hills Ca in the Rodeo Dr. Penthouse

WHO: 200 Stars Including 16 Oscar Nominees, A-List stars, Couture Designers and Beauty Services

OFFICIAL CHARITY: The John Ritter Foundation for Aortic Health

CELEBRITY GOWN DESIGNERS : SONJJIA BARAM, DIPAULA DESIGNS & OLGA BLANC OF O’BLANC unveiled their Oscar Collections.

NEUMA BEAUTY had special hair care for nominees

UK JEWELRY DESIGNER ESTHER EYRE unveiled her Oscar Collection

MARCELO CALABRESE showcased his Oscar Collection of handbags

Treats included : EYE LASH EXTENTIONS, FACIALS, MASSAGES, AMONG THE PAMPERING

 

We visited :

The Academy Headquarters : http://www.oscars.org/

The Academy Headquarters Building in Beverly Hills houses two galleries which include The Grand Lobby Gallery and the Fourth Floor Gallery which offer changing exhibits related to films, film-making and film personalities.

The building includes two theaters. The first is the Samuel Goldwyn Theater, which seats 1,012, and was designed to present films at maximum technical accuracy, with state-of-the-art projection equipment and sound system. The theater is busy year-round with the Academy’s public programming, members-only screenings, movie premieres and other special activities (including the live television broadcast of the Academy Awards nominations announcement every January). The second theater, known as the Academy Little Theater, is a 67-seat screening facility.

 

We celebrated: (Congratulations to our friend and collaborator Alicia Vikander!)

The Oscars (Images Courtesy Variety.com)

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LA Adventure

The 88th Academy Awards ceremony, presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS), honoured the best films of 2015 and took place on February 28, 2016, at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, Los Angeles. AMPAS presented Academy Awards in 24 categories. Actor Chris Rock hosted the show for the second time, having previously hosted the 77th ceremony held in 2005.

Once again taking place at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, California it was one of the most competitive Oscars in recent memory, with The Revenant, The Big Short, Spotlight and even Mad Max Fury Road being serious contenders for major trophies.

Here are all the big winners of the night :

https://www.oscars.org/oscars/ceremonies/2016

 

Recommended Airlines to Los Angeles :

British Airways : http://www.britishairways.com/

Virgin : http://www.virgin-atlantic.com/

 

READ MORE OF JAYJAY EPEGA’S WORK HERE :

http://theluxurychannel.com/magazine/the-legacy-of-oscar/

http://theluxurychannel.com/magazine/fairytale-interrupted-a-life-with-john-kennedy-jr/

http://theluxurychannel.com/magazine/stars-rise-to-the-occasion-at-the-moet-british-independent-film-awards/

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