Natalie had her first public appearance at the Boston Calling Music Festival this afternoon, and we have the first pictures of her, hosting a performance: one of the first surrealist films (La Coquille et le Clergyman), with live score by ACME:
Natalie arrived in Boston today to attend the Boston Calling Festival, and her first appearance was at the Brattle Theatre this night, introducing the final film in her “Female Gaze” film series, which is part of the festival that kicks off Friday at the Harvard Athletic Complex in Allston. These are a few photos (and a video) of the event:
Edit: one more photo added.
More after the jump:
The next public appearance of Natalie will be at the Boston Calling festival in ten days. While we wait for that event, we will have to settle for the usual weekly paparazzi photos. On this occasion, Natalie was having lunch with a friend at a restaurant in Los Angeles today. Daily Mail has three photos:
Natalie & family attended one of the “Marches for our lives” yesterday. Shortly after she was spotted with Amalia and a friend leaving a vegetarian restaurant in West Hollywood. Celebzz has the photos this time. It should be noted that Amalia’s face is clearly visible in them.
Several marches are being held in the United States today to demand gun control legistation in the country, and Natalie is one of the people who is attending the march in Los Angeles:
One of the most praised aspects of the film by Alex Garland is its imaginative visual effects, made by Double Negative Company. VFX supervisor Andrew Whitehurst has been interviewed for Art of VFX about his work in the movie, and the article shows us interesting photos (before and after) of the great work done: