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“I came home from making that movie and I started rethinking my life,” Uma, 39, explains. “I said to myself, ‘I’m going to have a baby,’ because I felt like I’d gotten to a spot where I wasn’t sure what I was acting for.” She asks,
“Was I running from myself going from location to location? Was I hurting myself? I »
Chicago – The 45th Chicago International Film Festival will open with Katherine Dieckmann’s “Motherhood” and a star-studded red carpet where the film’s writer and director, Dieckmann and actress Uma Thurman at the AMC River East 21 Theater (322 E. Illinois St in Chicago) on Thursday, October 8th at 7pm.
Photo credit: Freestyle Releasing Cinema/Chicago also plans on honoring Thurman’s work and her contribution to film with the Festival’s “Career Achievement Award,” which will be presented prior to the screening.
“Motherhood,” which opens to a limited amount of theaters on October 23, stars Uma Thurman, Anthony Edwards and Minnie Driver. The film, which was shot on location in New York’s West Village, is a comedy about the dilemmas of the maternal state (marriage, work and self) into the trials and tribulations of one pivotal day. The film isn’t like any other film because it uses both humor »
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Variety reports that the Boston Film Festival will award Uma Thurman with a "film excellence" award for her acting career.
Thurman has certainly had an eclectic, up-and-down career. Interestingly enough, she wasn't even on-screen for her debut film role: She lent her voice to the English-language dubbing of Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind, the 1984 feature from legendary Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki.
Later in the 80s, she also had small roles in The Adventures of Baron Munchausen and Dangerous Liaisons. She was also the title female character in Henry & June, which in 1990 became the first movie to receive an Nc-17 (just after the rating was introduced to replace the X).
But of course, her breakout was as Mia Wallace in Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction, for which she received a Best Supporting Actress Oscar nomination. Since then, she's taken on a variety of interesting, off-beat roles (Kill Bill, Sweet and Lowdown, »
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As TV series have a very short life span these days, such was the case with the shortly ran ABC Family original TV series The Middleman. Debuting in June of 2008, the show ran for a mere 12 episodes; not evening filming the final 13th due to low ratings. Created by Lost writer/producer Javier Grillo-Marxuach, the show sparked with originality and absurdness that science-fiction and horror fans alike felt akin to, but still seeming to warm the most typical of teen angst hearts out there.
With a mixture of Men In Black meets Get Smart fathering a mid 60’s The Avengers feel and mothered to The X-Files, Middleman is a breath of fresh air as each episode is a full-hour-chocked-pack adventure! In other words, this explosive plot can also be boiled down best, as stated by the Middleman himself, “We're international consultants that solve exotic problems for corporations, individuals, and even governments. »
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