Natalie will be in Beijing next month

By March 22, 2016Nat-news, News

According to this website, Natalie will attend the Beijing Film Festival in April. Seizing the opportunity, she will publicize her directorial debut within the context of the festival.

Natalie was already in China at the Shanghai Festival a couple years ago, and although her public appearances were formally stunning, the interviews didn´t have much interest and “substance”… Hopefully this time it will be different 🙂


Update: The Hollywood Reporter has more details about it…

The Chinese festival announced Tuesday that the star would attend its red-carpet opening ceremony on April 17. She will later participate in a forum on co-producing films in China and introduce a screening of her directorial debut A Tale of Love and Darkness at the China Film Archive.


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  • Sheri Shibuya says:

    So… According to the website (and not “this” website) Portman will be attending the international film festival in Beijing, China. If she had visited the city several previous years before the current year of this year, then Portman could had encountered the “model” Ryan Kennedy. Do an online research investigation on this. Thank you. The persistent personalities of Kennedy’s and Portman’s careers do eventually pay off. But in my personal life, not. In my case of privacy scenario, if I decide to attend a film festival as a new unproduced screenwriter, in which she would be present, I will not start a conversation with Portman. Instead, I would choose to live my own peaceful life with my perfect “Chicago Fire” boyfriend (not Ryan Kennedy). Talking and meeting Portman are not of importance to me. This is my free speech. We are ‘free radicals’ in medical terms. Everyone is different. Some people may like her. I just, well… you know. Won’t say it! Simply, don’t. And that’s my opinion.

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