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John / September 18th, 2021

I’ve added more pics of Kirsten at the Venice Film Festival ‘The Power of the Dog’ World Premiere to the gallery.



John / September 10th, 2021

On Sunday a Special Screening of ‘The Power of the Dog’ was held at the Telluride Film Festival. Kirsten, Benedict Cumberbatch, Kodi Smit-McPhee, & Jane Campion attended the screening. I’ve added 20 pics to the gallery.



John / September 4th, 2021

I’ve added pics of Kirsten at the Venice International Film Festival World Premiere of ‘The Power of the Dog’ to the gallery.



John / September 2nd, 2021

This afternoon the premiere for ‘The Power of the Dog’ was held at the Venice International Film Festival. Kirsten attended the premiere with her brother Christian.

Here’s the video of the premiere. Kirsten arrives at the 17 minute mark. (The ‘strange’ narration featured on the video is actually the English translation of the Roberto Benigni Masterclass that was held at the Festival today).



John / August 19th, 2021

The 65th BFI London Film Festival in partnership with American Express is delighted to announce that this year’s American Express Headline Gala will be The Power of the Dog, directed by Oscar & Palme d’Or winning filmmaker Jane Campion. The film will receive its UK premiere on Monday 11 October at LFF gala venue the Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall, with Campion expected to attend along with key cast.

Adapted for the screen by Campion & based on the 1967 novel by Thomas Savage, the film features a fantastic international cast with Oscar nominee Benedict Cumberbatch & Jesse Plemons playing the Burbank brothers, alongside Kirsten Dunst & Kodi Smit-McPhee. A See-Saw Films, Bad Girl Creek & Max Films production in association with Brightstar, The New Zealand Film Commission, Cross City Films & BBC Film, the film is produced by Jane Campion, Tanya Seghatchian, Emile Sherman, Iain Canning & Roger Frappier. The film was developed with BBC Film, and will debut on Netflix later in the year following a theatrical release in UK cinemas.

The Power of the Dog is the story of Phil Burbank, played by Cumberbatch, a charismatic rancher who inspires fear & awe in those around him. When his brother brings home a new wife & her son, Phil torments them until he finds himself exposed to the possibility of love.



John / July 30th, 2021

A Special Presentation of ‘The Power of the Dog’ will be held at this years 46th Toronto International Film Festival. The festival runs from Thursday September 9th to Saturday September 18th.



John / July 27th, 2021

Jane Campion’s The Power of the Dog will screen as the centerpiece selection at this fall’s 59th New York Film Festival.

As the festival resumes in-person events after a 2020 edition blending online & drive-in screenings due to Covid-19, Campion’s film will debut at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall on October 1. The New York slot will follow the film’s world premiere in Venice, which was confirmed Monday.

Adapted from a 1967 cult novel by Thomas Savage, The Power of the Dog stars Benedict Cumberbatch, Kirsten Dunst, Kodi Smit-McPhee & Jesse Plemons. Set on a Montana cattle ranch in the 1920s, the Netflix release features a score by Jonny Greenwood.

I am very honored that The Power of the Dog has been selected as the Centerpiece Gala at this year’s New York Film Festival,” said director Jane Campion. “Public screenings we long took for granted feel exceptional now, so it is going to be a very emotional & joyous experience for me & my team to be there & present the film to such a film-celebrating audience.”

Four of Campion’s previous films—Sweetie, An Angel at My Table, The Piano & Holy Smoke—have been official selections of NYFF. In 2017, Film at Lincoln Center, which presents the fest, mounted a retrospective of Jane Campion’s film & television work.

“We couldn’t be happier to welcome Jane Campion back to the festival with one of her very best films,” said Dennis Lim, the festival’s director of programming. “Everything about The Power of the Dog is alive with surprise: its narrative turns, its rich characterizations, its complex ideas about masculinity & repression. It will introduce many to the work of the underappreciated novelist Thomas Savage, but it also reminds us of what cinema can do as a medium for accessing & expressing inner life.”

Kicking off with Joel Coen’s The Tragedy of Macbeth on September 24, the New York Festival will run through October 10.

Dade Hayes, Deadline



John / July 16th, 2021

Today we’re going back to July 13th 2004 for the Spider-Man 2 Madrid Premiere, which was held at Kinepolis Cinema. I’ve added 18 ‘new’ pics to the gallery & replaced 2 of the existing pics with bigger versions.



John / June 25th, 2021

Today we’re going back to June 22nd 2004 for the Spider-Man 2 World Premiere, which was held at the Mann Village Theatre in Los Angeles.

I’ve added 145 ‘new’ pics of Kirsten at the premiere to the gallery & replaced 9 of the existing pics with bigger versions.



John / June 10th, 2021

Jane Campion, a Cannes legend who remains the only female director to have won the Palme d’Or with ‘The Piano,’ will have her latest drama ‘The Power of the Dog’ world premiere in competition at the Venice Film Festival.

A Netflix Original, ‘The Power of the Dog’ stars Benedict Cumberbatch, Kirsten Dunst & Jesse Plemons. The movie’s screenplay was penned by Campion, based on the 1967 novel of the same name by Thomas Savage.

Set in the 1920s, the film is about a pair of wealthy Montana brothers, Phil (Cumberbatch) & George Burbank. Phil is brilliant & cruel, while George is fastidious & gentle. Together, they are joint owners of the biggest ranch in their Montana valley. When George (Plemons) secretly marries local widow Rose (Dunst), an angry Phil wages a relentless war to destroy her by using her son Peter as a pawn. The film is produced by BBC Films, Campion’s Bright Star banner & See-Saw Films.

The Venice Film Festival declined to comment.

Campion is no stranger to Venice, where she premiered ‘An Angel at My Table,’ which won the fest’s Grand Jury Prize in 1990, three years before her ‘Piano’ Palm.

Variety understands that ‘The Power of the Dog’ had been invited to world premiere out of competition at the Cannes Film Festival but Netflix opted instead to have it unspool at Venice, where the film can compete. As per a rule set by its administration board, the Cannes Film Festival can’t invite films in competition if they don’t have a local theatrical release planned.

Ultimately, Netflix wasn’t willing to have the movie open theatrically in France in order to get a competition slot at Cannes, & an out of competition slot wasn’t deemed a good enough option, either — even if Cannes chief Thierry Fremaux had vowed to welcome Netflix back to the festival with a glamorous gala premiere.

From Venice, Netflix will also bow Paolo Sorrentino’s personal drama ‘The Hand of God,’ another prestige original that marks ‘The Great Beauty’ director’s return to making a film set, & shot, in his native Naples, 20 years after his feature debut ‘One Man Up’ in 2001.

The Lido in recent years has developed a close rapport with the U.S. streaming giant, having launched, among other titles, Alfonso Cuaron’s semi-autobiographical ‘Roma,’ which won the Golden Lion in 2018 & went on to win 3 Oscars, & Noah Baumbach’s ‘Marriage Story’ in 2019, which scooped one Academy Award that year.

While Venice is ideally positioned at the start of the awards season (‘Nomadland’ premiered in Venice last year & went on to win the best picture Oscar), Cannes is still revered as the world’s biggest film festival & has served as a prestige launchpad for many Oscar-winning films over the years, including Bong Joon-ho’s ‘Parasite,’ which received the Palme d’Or in 2019 & made history by becoming the first foreign language film to win a best picture Oscar.

As previously revealed by Variety, Venice will also host the highly anticipated world premiere of Denis Villeneuve’s ‘Dune’ reboot from Warner Bros.

The 78th edition of Venice is scheduled to run Sept. 1-11 as a full-fledged physical event. Bong Joon-ho will preside over the main jury.

Elsa Keslassy & Nick Vivarelli, variety.com



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