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Kristen looks very sultry and intense in the first still from her upcoming movie, ‘Camp X-Ray,’ which will premiere at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival in January!
Kristen Stewart has been extremely dedicated to filming the Guantanamo Bay drama Camp X-Ray, which is a huge step for her post-Twilight career. The 23-year-old actress was captured on set filming the new production and it looks like she’s really getting into her role! Read on for more details about the first sneak peek of Kristen in character!
Kristen looks every bit the solider in this new picture from RobstenDreams.com. The actress, her hair tightly pulled back in a bun, is shown wearing a military guard outfit and hat, as she gazes intensely ahead.
Camp X-Ray, which will debut at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, »
- HL Intern
The 2014 Sundance Film Festival is coming up in January and today, the Sundance Institute has named the films that will be in the U.S. and world competitions as well as Next, which is an oddly-named showcase for “Pure, bold works distinguished by an innovative, forward-thinking approach to storytelling.”
There will be 67 films competing across five different competition categories. That may sound like a lot, but that’s only the first half of the film announcements. Later on they will be announcing the remaining lineup of films being shown outside these competitions.
Overall, it’s an impressive batch of entries, with several surprises and a handful of very promising movies. Check out the full list below and let us know what you think in the comments section.
U.S. Dramatic Competition
Camp X-Ray / U.S.A. (Director and screenwriter: Peter Sattler) — A young woman is stationed as a guard in Guantanamo Bay, »
- Jeremy Clymer
Sundance Institute announced today the films selected for the U.S. and World Cinema Dramatic and Documentary Competitions and the out-of-competition section of the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, January 16-26 in Park City, Salt Lake City, Ogden and Sundance, Utah.
Robert Redford, President & Founder of Sundance Institute said, “That the Festival has evolved and grown as it has over the past 30 years is a credit to both our audiences and our artists, who continue to find ways to take risks and open our minds to the power of story. This year’s films and artists promise to do the same.”
For the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, 118 feature-length films were selected, representing 37 countries and 54 first-time filmmakers, including 34 in competition. These films were selected from 12,218 submissions (72 more than for 2013), including 4,057 feature-length films and 8,161 short films. Of the feature film submissions, 2,014 were from the U.S. and 2,043 were international. 97 feature films at »
- Michelle McCue
Kristen Stewart, against all odds, you’ve been able to reestablish your relationship with Robert Pattinson after he dumped you twice following your cheating scandal with Rupert Sanders. Now, if you truly want to win him back, you’re going to have to take it slow. Here’s why.
Kristen Stewart – no doubt you couldn’t have been happier when your ex-boyfriend and longtime love Robert Pattinson came to your home-cooked Thanksgiving dinner and told you that he was so grateful for your cooking. You wanted to impress him and show him that you cared by making a fabulous meal and two special British desserts that he loved – jam roly-poly pudding and British sherry trifle.
Kristen — Rob was thrilled and you both had a wonderful time at your intimate Thanksgiving meal, a source told HollywoodLife.com Exclusively. However, »
- Bonnie Fuller
The 2014 Sundance Film Festival just announced the films that will be screening in the U.S. Dramatic Competition. We've got the first images and synopses from the following movies that will be playing in that category: Camp X-Ray – Written and directed by Peter Sattler; starring Kristen Stewart, Payman Maadi, Lane Garrison, J.J. Soria, and John Carroll Lynch. Cold in July – Directed by Jim Mickle; starring Michael C. Hall, Don Johnson, Sam Shepard, Vinessa Shaw, Nick Damici, and Wyatt Russell. God's Pocket – Directed and co-written by John Slattery; starring Philip Seymour Hoffman, Richard Jenkins, Christina Hendricks, and John Turturro. Happy Christmas – Written and directed by Joe Swanberg; starring Anna Kendrick, Melanie Lynskey, Mark Webber, Lena Dunham, and Joe Swanberg. Hit the jump for the images and synopses. The 2014 Sundance Film Festival runs January 16 – 26th. Camp X-Ray / U.S.A. (Director and screenwriter: Peter Sattler) — A young woman is stationed as a guard in Guantanamo Bay, »
- Matt Goldberg
Kristen Stewart has come a long way from Forks. The "Twilight" actress dons military fatigues in the very first image from "Camp X-Ray," an upcoming military drama slated to screen in competition at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. Written and directed by Peter Sattler (making his feature-length helming debut with the film), "Camp X-Ray" centers on Stewart's character Cole, a young American soldier stationed at Guantanamo Bay who strikes up a friendship with a Muslim prisoner (Peyman Moaadi) who's been held there for eight years. The title is a play on a now-defunct temporary detention facility at Gitmo that opened in »
- Chris Eggertsen
The day all the indie film maniacs have been hotly anticipating has finally arrived. The first Sundance 2014 announcements have just dropped! And boy are there some interesting sounding titles! The marquee Us Dramatic Competition features films from the likes of directors Jim Mickle, Kat Candler, David Zellner, John Slattery, and Joe Swanberg. The acting talent on hand includes Philip Seymour Hoffman, Richard Jenkins, Christina Hendricks, Anna Kendrick, Lena Dunham, Aaron Paul, Mark Ruffalo, Rinko Kikuchi, John Hawkes, Kristen Wiig, Anne Hathaway, Don Johnson, Sam Shepard, and Kristen Stewart. And that's just one section! There are also plenty of golden nuggets in the Us Documentary, World Dramatic, World Documentary, and Next sections. Take a look at the announcements broken up by section below and let...
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Every new year brings us another Sundance Film Festival and with 43 days left until Sundance 2014 kicks off on January 16th, Sundance has officially announced the first half of this year's complete line-up. Featured in five different competition categories are 67 individual films that will be showing at world's greatest, snowiest film festival in January. The remaining half of the line-up, which includes big premieres and midnight films, will be announced over the next few weeks. The 2014 line-up looks unique yet exciting as always. There's a few interesting picks, like Kumiko the Treasure Hunter, and more for 2014. List below. U.S. Dramatic Competition: The world premieres of 16 American narrative feature films. Camp X-Ray (Director & Screenwriter: Peter Sattler) — A young woman is stationed as a guard in Guantanamo Bay, where she forms an unlikely friendship with one of the detainees. Cast: Kristen Stewart, Payman Maadi, Lane Garrison, J.J. Soria, John Carroll Lynch. »
- Alex Billington
As I had predicted here, names such as Cutter Hodierne, Kat Candler, Maya Forbes, Mona Fastvold and Damien Chazelle would be among the invited guests at the ’14 edition of the Sundance Film Festival. It was such a strong year that even some items that I thought would be dark horse/long shots and might be looking at a fest berth from the sidelines are considered definite dramatic comp material, while some that was fully expecting to break the line-up have been passed up.
Horror “labeled” directors Carter Smith (Jamie Marks Is Dead) and Jim Mickle (Cold in July) broke into the line-up that is usually reserved for the newbie type of director and are coming in with perhaps different genre material. We’re glad to see Justin Simien’s Dear White People break into the 16 – it also acts as the long awaited return of Duly Noted producer Effie Brown. Actor »
- Eric Lavallee
Jennifer Lawrence may be on top of the world right now, but even the girl on fire gets jealous when Kristen Stewart is involved. Jen reportedly told her man Nicholas Hoult to stay away from K-Stew — even if it means turning down a movie role!
Jennifer Lawrence: Don’t Work With KStew!
Jennifer and Nicholas have been back on since July, but there might be trouble in paradise — according to Star magazine, Jen is fuming over the fact that Nicholas is in the running to star opposite Kristen in the sci-fi flick Equals. “She doesn’t trust her,” a source close to Jen tells the mag. Nicholas would play Kristen’s lover in the film, so Jen better »
- HL Intern
And here we go... Along with first wave lineup announcement, comes a batch of new stills for movies hitting the Sundance Film Festival. So we'll be keeping this quick and to the point. First up is a look at Kristen Stewart in the Guantanamo Bay drama "Camp X-Ray." She co-stars in the Peter Sattler written and directed film with Payman Maadi, Lane Garrison, J.J. Soria and John Carroll Lynch. Here's the official synopsis: A young female guard at Guantanamo Bay forms an unlikely friendship with one of the detainees. Meanwhile, Joe Swanberg keeps churning 'em out and his latest "Happy Christmas" features Anna Kendrick, Melanie Lynskey, Mark Webber and Lena Dunham. Here's the official synopsis: A young woman breaks up with her boyfriend and then moves in with her older brother, his wife, and their 2-year-old son. »
- Kevin Jagernauth
It’s tough to believe that Sundance 2014 is just around the corner, but the today the fest announced the films that will be screening in the U.S. Competition, U.S. Documentary Competition, World Cinema Dramatic Competition, World Cinema Documentary Competition, and Next categories. Notable entires include the Bill Hader/Kristen Wiig drama The Skeleton Twins, Mad Men star John Slattery’s feature directorial debut God’s Pocket, the Kristen Stewart film Camp X-Ray, writer/director Joe Swanberg’s Happy Christmas, the Joe Albany biopic Low Down, the Anne Hathaway-starrer Song One, and many more. Hit the jump to take a look at the full lineup and look for our full coverage from the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, which runs January 16 – 26th. Here’s the full lineup for the competition categories: U.S. Dramatic Competition Presenting the world premieres of 16 narrative feature films, the Dramatic Competition offers Festivalgoers a first »
- Adam Chitwood
The U.S. and World Cinema Dramatic and Documentary Competition lineups for the 2014 Sundance Film Festival were announced today and just below I have featured pictures from the 16 films that will be competing in the U.S. Dramatic competition and they feature a lot of names you're going to recognize. The titles begin with Camp X-Ray, which stars Kristen Stewart as a guard in Guantanamo Bay, where she forms an unlikely friendship with one of the detainees. Jim Mickle made an impact earlier this year with We Are What We Are and he returns with Michael C. Hall with Cold in July. Fishing Without Nets looks to tell a story similar to that of Captain Phillips, only this time from the Somali side of things; God's Pocket is "Mad Men" star John Slattery's writing and directorial debut and he's lined up an impressive cast including Philip Seymour Hoffman, Richard Jenkins, »
- Brad Brevet
If the Sundance Film Festival has always been the place to discover tomorrow’s biggest stars in front of and behind the camera during the past 30 years, it seems to have become even more fruitful in recent years. From young filmmakers like Ryan Coogler (Fruitvale Station), Benh Zeitlin (Beasts of the Southern Wild), and Jeff Nichols (Take Shelter, Mud) to ready-to-launch superstars like Jennifer Lawrence (Winter’s Bone) and Dane DeHaan (Kill Your Darlings), Hollywood has quickly found its future in the snowy peaks of Park City. “One of the biggest changes in the last 30 years is how independent film »
- Jeff Labrecque
If you've already seen most of what 2013 has to offer in the multiplex, get ready: The Sundance Film Festival just announced its competition lineup, and 2014 has some great surprises in store. We've got the details on all the films that will premiere in the U.S. and World Cinema Dramatic and Documentary Competitions (as well as the low-budget, out-of-competition Next section), and there are some boldfaced names here, including Kristen Stewart in the Gitmo drama Camp X-Ray, the music drama Song One with Anne Hathaway, and the Bill Hader–Kristen Wiig dramedy The Skeleton Twins. Plus, a John Slattery–directed film, a Susan Sarandon–starring Ping-Pong movie, a feature adaptation of the hot short film Dear White People, and movies starring Mark Ruffalo, Aubrey Plaza, Aaron Paul, and so many more. Check it out, and expect many more announcements before the fest bows on January 16.Dramatic Competition Camp X-Ray / U. »
- Kyle Buchanan
Kristen Stewart’s “Camp X-Ray,” Aaron Paul’s “Hellion” and Anne Hathaway’s “Song One” are among the contenders in the 2014 Sundance Film Festival’s U.S. Dramatic Competition, the Sundance Institute announced Wednesday. Also in contention: Mark Ruffalo and John Hawkes playing bad dads in “Infinitely Polar Bear” and “Low Down,” respectively, while Michael C. Hall must contend with a vengeful father in Jim Mickle’s “Cold in July.” After scoring at last year’s festival with “The Spectacular Now” and “Kill Your Darlings,” respectively, Miles Teller and Dane DeHaan will return to Sundance in the drummer drama “Whiplash »
- Jeff Sneider
The Sundance Institute announced the initial wave of narrative films and documentaries for the 2014 Sundance Film Festival today and it features one of the more star-studded competition lineups in the film's history. The U.S. Dramatic Competition features new films starring Kristen Stewart ("Camp X-Ray"), Anne Hathaway ("Song One"), Kristen Wiig ("The Skeleton Twins"), Aaron Paul ("Hellion"), Mark Ruffalo ("Infinitely Polar Bear"), Michael C. Hall ("Cold in July") and Peter Dinklage ("Low Down"), just to name a few. Traditionally, Sundance positions films with more popular talent in the U.S. Premieres selections. This may be a welcome change for what is arguably »
- Gregory Ellwood
Here are the 16 world premieres in the U.S. Dramatic Competition program. Camp X-Ray / U.S.A. (Director and screenwriter: Peter Sattler) — A young woman is stationed as a guard in Guantanamo Bay, where she forms an unlikely friendship with one of the detainees. Cast: Kristen Stewart, Payman Maadi, Lane Garrison, J.J. Soria, John Carroll Lynch. Cold in July / U.S.A. (Director: Jim Mickle, Screenwriters: Jim Mickle, Nick Damici) — After killing a home intruder, a small town Texas man's life unravels into a dark underworld of corruption and violence. Cast: Michael C. Hall, Don Johnson, Sam Shepard, Vinessa Shaw, Nick Damici, Wyatt Russell. Dear White People / U.S.A. (Director and screenwriter: Justin Simien) — Four black students attend an Ivy League college where a riot breaks out over an “African American” themed party thrown by white students. With tongue planted firmly in cheek, the film explores racial identity »
In some respects, the 30th annual Sundance Film Festival offers a snapshot of the ways in which the independent film scene has dramatically shifted over the past three decades, said fest director John Cooper, from an ever-widening talent pool to an increasingly sophisticated range of technologies available to filmmakers and distributors. In particular, the slate of 117 features (96 of them world premieres) set to unspool Jan. 16-26 in Park City, Utah, culled from a healthy 12,218 submissions, showcase the form at a new level of maturity — more diverse and welcoming to new filmmakers than ever, but also more exacting in terms of quality.
“Independent film in general has been absorbed and embraced as a vital part of the cultural landscape,” Cooper said. “It’s no longer an outsider sport. It really is part of an American art form.”
“I think the completeness of vision is different now from when I first started 20 years ago, »
- Justin Chang
Rob and Kristen spent an ‘intimate’ Thanksgiving together, and he even told her how thankful he was for her, a friend of the actress told HollywoodLife.com exclusively!
Robert Pattinson went to Kristen Stewart‘s home in Los Feliz for Thanksgiving, where she cooked a full feast for him — quite the way to say goodbye since he jetted off to London to see his family on Dec. 2.
“Kristen was the star chef on Thanksgiving and had a blast with Rob gobbling up all her food,” Kristen’s friend told HollywoodLife.com exclusively. ”They spent the holiday at her place in Los Feliz along with a few of her closest friends. It was very intimate and sweet.”
The night included a lot of candles and music before dinner and then everyone said what they were grateful for. »
- Emily Longeretta
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