It’s time for a new ration of tidbits…
-Critic and journalist Peter Travis interviewed Natalie on the occasion of the premiere of Vox Lux a few weeks ago:
-Speaking of Vox Lux, we must recognize that the movie has not had the recognition it deserved during the awards season… but today we have known a couple of mentions for the film by Brady Corbet, in the form of nominations in the Make-up artists & Hair stylists Guild, and Music Supervisors Guild.
-“In the Envelope” has a podcast with a Natalie´s interview about her career:
Yesterday we saw the photos, and today we can finally see the advertising video of Dior’s new campaign. Enjoy:
Israeli author Amos Oz, one of the country’s most widely acclaimed writers and a pre-eminent voice in its embattled peace movement, died today after a battle with cancer, his daughter announced. He was 79.
As is well known, Natalie adapted his novel “A Tale of Love and Darkness” in her first feature film as a director three years ago. She has paid tribute to his memory in this Instagram post:
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My heart is broken. Today we lost a soul, a mind, a heart, Amos Oz, who brought so much beauty, so much love, and a vision of peace to our lives. Please hold him in your hearts and read his gorgeous books. My most loving embrace to his family, which he loved extremely. Photo by @jasonkempin/@gettyentertainment.