The Netflix production with Adam Driver, Greta Gerwig, Jodie Turner-Smith, Don Cheadle, Raffey Cassidy, Sam Nivola, May Nivola, André L. Benjamin and Lars Edinger will be seen on August 31 at the Lido. After its already long confrontation with Cannes, Netflix continues to consolidate its alliance with Venice. White Noise, transposition of the novel by ... Read more
July 25 (UPI) -- White Noise, Netflix's upcoming black comedy film from acclaimed director Noah Baumbach, is slated to be the opening film at the 2022 Venice Film Festival. The festival announced Monday that the film, which stars Adam Driver, Greta Gerwig, Don Cheadle and Jodie Turner-Smith, would have its world premiere at the festivities on Aug. 31.
Venice 2022: New Films From Alejandro Iñárritu, Noah Baumbach, Luca Guadagnino, & More Expected To Premiere At Festival
Venice Film Festival chief Alberto Barbera won’t announce the Lido line-up until next week, but certain films are all but locked in for premieres at the festival. And which movies lead that pack? Well, it’s a bevy of titles from U.S. studios and streamers, with Netflix leading the charge (as per usual for the last few years).
Academy Award-nominated director Noah Baumbach will film part of his upcoming movie White Noise in Oberlin between July 15 and 17. The film, starring Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig, is set to be shot on parts of Forest and Cedar Streets. The film is planned for release in 2022. While...
New Netflix movie from Noah Baumbach casts Jodie Turner-Smith alongside Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig
Jodie Turner-Smith is set to join filmmaker Noah Baumbach's new Netflix movie, Deadline reports. She'll join Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig in the upcoming drama. The movie will be an adaptation of the 1985 novel of the same name by Don DeLillo, which follows a year in the life of a professor who's been married five times to four women. Set in a midwestern college town, the book is described as chronicling contemporary family life combined with academic satire. As the only male cast member announced so far, we can guess that Driver will be playing the professor, but no roles have been confirmed yet.
In March 2020, James Danziger launched an exhibition of famed photographer Tod Papageorge's Acropolis photographs at his Danziger Gallery on Fifth Avenue in New York City. The gallerist was excited to mount the show not only because he's a fan of Papageorge — an influential figure in photography who served as director of Yale's graduate photography program for more than 30 years — but also because it was to be the first exhibition after bringing Papageorge into the Danziger fold from another gallery.
What do you get when you’re an acclaimed filmmaker that writes and directs a Netflix film that earns the streamer a ton of awards, including 6 Oscar nominations? Apparently, if you’re Noah Baumbach and your previous film was “Marriage Story,” you get approximately $80 million and a 7-month shooting schedule to make an adaptation of “White Noise.” While we already knew “White Noise” was in development, it appears that Baumbach is prepping for production to begin this summer and has hired two more actors to join Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig in the film.