Maggie Gyllenhaal

Jake Gyllenhaal Says He’s Working On A Secretive New Project With Maggie Gyllenhaal

Overall, “The Last Daughter” was a great directorial debut for Maggie Gyllenhaal. The film, an adaptation of an Elena Ferrante novel, debuted at the Venice Film Festival last year and got a four-minute standing ovation. Critics lauded Maggie’s direction, and the movie made a couple of year-end top 10 lists and nabbed a few Oscar noms. And it also made Maggie a screenwriter and director to look out for on top of her acting. Of course, the Gyllenhaals have always had cinematic talent; they’re a filmmaking family, after all. Well, it looks like a family reunion is on the way.

Janicza Bravo and Maggie Gyllenhaal on the Complexities of Female Director Style

With awards season in full swing, Hollywood has been buzzing with star-studded events this week, including a Women's History Month-themed panel discussion hosted by Neiman Marcus in Beverly Hills featuring exceedingly well-dressed filmmakers Maggie Gyllenhaal and Janicza Bravo. Having recently made the transition from actor to director, Gyllenhaal has been navigating how to dress for public appearances while representing this new, historically male-dominated position.

Maggie Gyllenhaal Joins Neiman Marcus For Women’s History Month Panel in Beverly Hills

Click here to read the full article. In celebration of Women’s History Month, Academy Award-nominated actress Maggie Gyllenhaal joined Neiman Marcus for a panel discussion on Tuesday at Spring Place in Beverly Hills, Calif. Gyllenhaal was joined by director Janicza Bravo and Neiman Marcus Group SVP of customer engagement and west region integrated retail Stefanie Tsen Ward on the panel, which was moderated by journalist and best-selling author Melissa Magsaysay. According to the luxury retailer, the event, titled “The Future is in Her Hands: Inspired by the Past. Hopeful for the Future.,” highlighted some of fashion’s most influential history makers and innovators,...

Maggie Gyllenhaal, Janicza Bravo on How Women Filmmakers Are “Used to Working With Less”

“As women, we’re used to working with less,” Maggie Gyllenhaal bluntly told The Hollywood Reporter of female directors’ current situation in Hollywood, even as the industry has become more inclusive. The actress-turned-director spoke alongside Zola director Janicza Bravo at a Women’s History Month panel hosted by Neiman Marcus at Spring Place in Beverly Hills Tuesday afternoon, March 23. The event, moderated by journalist Melissa Magsaysay, highlighted “innovators inspiring this generation (and the next) to be a force for positive change.”More from The Hollywood ReporterMaggie Gyllenhaal Breaks Down Scene From Oscar-Nominated 'The Lost Daughter' ScreenplayGuest Column: How Method Acting Elevated Five Films...

“I Found It Really Stunning and Shocking”: ‘THR Presents’ Q&A With ‘The Lost Daughter’ Writer-Director Maggie Gyllenhaal

Fans of Elena Ferrante’s novel The Lost Daughter might have realized that Maggie Gyllenhaal’s film adaptation takes place in a different European country than the book does. But Gyllenhaal, who wrote and directed the film, says her iteration of The Lost Daughter was originally supposed to be set in the United States, before many roadblocks led the production team to take it to Greece. “Originally, I adapted the film to take place in the States, and that’s what I sold Ferrante,” Gyllenhaal tells THR Presents, powered by Vision Media. “I said, I want to adapt it to take place here. It...

Critics Choice Awards: All the Best Looks From Selena Gomez, Elle Fanning, Maggie Gyllenhaal and More

Sunday night’s Critics Choice Awards capped a day of glamorous red-carpet style, with the event kicking off mere seconds, it seemed, after the British Academy Film Awards had wrapped in London. Perhaps most impressive, many stars — including Ariana DeBose, Caitriona Balfe and Alaina Haim — not only attended both events (with Critics Choice smartly accommodating BAFTA attendees at London’s Savoy Hotel), they also managed to do a quick wardrobe change. Among the night’s favorites: Kristen Stewart in a beautifully embroidered Dolce & Gabbana gown in blush pink, Andrew Garfield in a custom velvet suit by Anthony Vaccarello for Saint Laurent...