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09.18.2018
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Sadly Laura didn’t win, and there’s some bitterness into this news, because she truly deserved it and so did The Tale, in these times more than ever. But nevertheless, we are extremely proud for her dedication to that project and wanting to give a voice to something that has been hidden for far too long.
Laura wore a Thom Browne. The weren’t too many photos taken of her, but the few I could found I added, in HQ, to the gallery. Enjoy!



09.16.2018
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Take a look in the gallery for HQ photos of Laura Dern at the “Jeremiah Terminator Leroy” premiere during the Toronto International Film Festival. Enjoy!



09.16.2018
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The gallery has been updated with HD screencaptures from The Master (2012), in which Laura played Helen Sullivan alongside Amy Adams and the late Philip Seymour Hoffman.

Freddie Quell is a troubled, boozy drifter struggling with the trauma of World War II and whatever inner demons ruled his life before that. On a fateful night in 1950, Freddie boards a passing boat and meets Lancaster Dodd, the charismatic leader of a religious movement called the Cause. Freddie tries hard to adhere to Dodd’s weird teachings and forms a close bond with his mentor, even as other members of Dodd’s inner circle see him as a threat.



09.12.2018
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Take a look in the gallery for HQ photos of Laura at yesterday’s Calvin Klein Collection.



09.11.2018
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Hi everyone, as you may have noticed the site went down for a few days for a revamp. I have been procrastinating this for far too long (with the site being 1 year and half) and needed some time off to work myself on it.
As I was I thought a change of layout, which had been up for a whole year, was due and since Laura did so many marvellous shoots, including the one I used, I could not resist and worked out something.

The revamp consisted into moving the video archive into the main site script, but I wasn’t happy with just moving it all and I wanted to diversify it a little, so you may notice now in it’s new location, that the sidebar next to the content changes from the main, allowing you to browse through the archive easily.
Additionally I finally completed those pages that were waiting for me to write them down, so be sure to check the “About Laura” page and the “Career” and “Awards & Nominations” pages again.

09.05.2018
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That it’s hard to get to the Telluride Film Festival is sort of the point. The event’s remote nature is a barrier to entry, ensuring that those who’ve made it there—filmmakers, industry executives, audiences, and, yes, even lowly journalists—really want to be there. With that commitment comes passion for film and ideas, exchanged in line for a screening or while ambling down the main drag on Colorado Avenue.

This year’s lineup gave us all plenty to talk about, with a starry array of world premieres, European festival holdovers, and smaller curios that thrilled and enlightened. To capture some of the talent responsible for these films, photographer Justin Bishop roamed the festival all weekend, snapping portraits of some of the biggest movers and shakers at this year’s festival—photographic proof that they made the long journey.

Laura Dern has been having a great couple of years, so why not continue the streak with a somewhat surprise world premiere at Telluride? She’s one of the stars of Trial by Fire, director Edward Zwick’s telling of the story of Cameron Todd Willingham, an innocent man executed for murder in Texas. Zwick has long been known for his big, robust dramas, like Gloryand Courage Under Fire, but here he zooms in on two people’s fight for justice in a large and rarely forgiving system. The film was a rare Telluride debut coming into the festival without a distributor, but should the film find a company eager to put it out this year, Dern could go from Emmy to Oscar in a matter of months.

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09.04.2018
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Third day of festival, take a look at the few HQ photos added to the gallery.