Sofia Coppola

Indie Stalwart ICM Agent Bart Walker To Gersh; Sofia Coppola, Spike Lee Among Top Director Clients Making Move

Click here to read the full article. EXCLUSIVE: Bart Walker, one of the last star ICM agents not going to CAA, has joined Gersh as Senior Partner in the New York office. Walker, who decided not to stay when CAA acquired that agency, will continue to represent his esteemed clients in film, television and theater including Oscar nominees/winners such as David Byrne, Lisa Cholodenko, Sofia Coppola, Tamara Jenkins, Spike Lee, Mira Nair, Oliver Stone and Thomas Vinterberg; Cannes, Venice and Sundance prize winners including Mati Diop, Michel Franco, Mia Hansen-Love, Jim Jarmusch, the Kloster Brothers and Lorenzo Vigas; and multi-hyphenate artists...
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Sofia Coppola: Forever Young goes on tour in NYC and LA

We don’t just make magazines, podcasts and our website here at Little White Lies – every so often, we create a book too. The latest collaboration between Little White lies and Abrams New York is Sofia Coppola: Forever Young, a critical survey of the films of Sofia Coppola, lovingly presented in a hefty full-colour monograph.

Virginie Viard And Sofia Coppola Talk Chanel, Friendship, and Craftsmanship

Vogue: Virginie, how and when did you first meet Sofia?. Virginie Viard: Sofia worked as an intern alongside Karl [Lagerfeld] in the Fashion Creation Studio in the 1980s. I’ve always loved her films, and we met on different occasions, at Chanel shows and events. We really started working together on the occasion of the Mademoiselle Privé exhibition that was organised in Tokyo a few years ago. This was not only the beginning of our collaboration, but also of our friendship.

How Sofia Coppola Uses Her Work to Tell Her Life Story

Everyone has a story to tell. Everyone has their own crosses to carry. Everyone wants to be found. But very few have the luxury of having a way to tell their own stories and make themselves known to the world. Sofia Coppola is one of those very lucky people called filmmakers, who have the vision and creativity to tell their stories in a visually engaging way that we, mere mortals, only get to enjoy, but never make ourselves. While she has made movies that deal with universal topics of our time, from her first success Lost in Translation to her most recent, On The Rocks, her works are also deeply personal pieces - which adds a very interesting layer to her whole career.

Great Outfits in Fashion History, All Stars Edition: Sofia Coppola

There are perfectly good celebrity style moments, and then there are the looks that really stick with you, the ones you try desperately to recreate at home. In 'Great Outfits in Fashion History: All-Star Edition' Fashionista editors are revisiting their all-time favorite lewks from the stylish stars who make regular appearances on best-dressed lists.

Sofia Coppola Understands Men Better Than They Understand Themselves

Midway through The Virgin Suicides (1999), Trip Fontaine (Josh Hartnett) turns to his father (Peter Snider) for advice about his high school crush, Lux Lisbon (Kirsten Dunst). “You just need to talk to her at school, you know, about anything. About the weather, or school assignments,” Trip is told. “Um, you know, anything to have the chance to communicate with the language of eye contact. And, uh, project confidence.”

Kristen Stewart, Sofia Coppola, and More Attend Chanel’s Star-Studded Pre-Oscars Dinner

Every year, celebrities in Hollywood are inundated with events to celebrate the Academy Awards. But there’s one party that has become the go-to soirée over the past decade: the Chanel and Charles Finch Pre-Oscar Awards dinner. This year, Academy Award nominee Kristen Stewart sauntered into the Beverly Hills Hotel’s Polo Lounge, just one night before finding her seat at the Dolby Theatre. Directors Sofia Coppola, Francis Ford Coppola, and Jane Campion also made an appearance, and the ambience was imbued with an electric energy, as guests were clearly glad to be back and celebrating the Oscars in person after two years away.

Sofia Coppola Took A Huge Risk In Writing Lost In Translation For Bill Murray

I still remember seeing director Sofia Coppola's "Lost in Translation" in the theater way back in 2003. I was completely enamored with the film, which still remains a favorite. I've loved Coppola's work since "The Virgin Suicides," and while I've accepted there will never be a movie made about my life, if there were, I'd want her to direct it. She captures the importance of all those moments that seem small, but are actually monumental, and she does it to an incredible soundtrack — I am listening to the music of "Lost in Translation" as I write this.

Five Must-Watch Movies For Anyone New To Sofia Coppola

It’s no wonder Sofia Coppola excels in filmmaking. She is a scion of moviemaking royalty, being the daughter of Francis Ford Coppola and Eleanor Coppola. She has since carved out an image away from the Coppola brand (despite keeping the name), directing movies with her own style and personality. If you are new to the work of Sofia Coppola, here are five movie recommendations you should add to your list.

Sofia Coppola Praises Kirsten Dunst’s ‘The Power of the Dog’ Performance: “I’m So Proud of You”

Jane Campion has said she fell in love with Kirsten Dunst as an actress after seeing her turn in 1999’s The Virgin Suicides, a film that marked Dunst’s first of three collaborations with Sofia Coppola. “Seriously, in love,” Campion said last November after the Hollywood premiere of The Power of the Dog, a film that finally brought them together. “She’s an actress I was deeply interested in. I love her, and she is that brilliant actress. She has to just put clothes on a line, and I’m riveted.” Critics and awards groups have also been captivated by Dunst’s turn as Rose...

Chanel Celebrates Craftsmanship Hub With Pharrell Williams, Sofia Coppola

Click here to read the full article. PARIS — More than a showcase for its specialty workshops, Chanel’s Métiers d’Art show on Tuesday also served as an unofficial inauguration for its new craftsmanship hub on the outskirts of Paris, with celebrity brand ambassadors including Sofia Coppola and Pharrell Williams stepping up to extol the virtues of the human hand. Creative director Virginie Viard’s collection was presented at the site near Porte d’Aubervilliers, an area that in recent years has dealt with an influx of homeless migrants, and which Chanel is hoping to transform into a beacon for social mobility by recruiting...

Sofia Coppola reveals her favourite ever movie scenes

Sofia Coppola, director of Lost In Translation and The Beguiled, has revealed her favourite movie scenes of all time. The Oscar-winning screenwriter and director broke down her ten favourite scenes on BBC’s Life Cinematic with Edith Bowman, divided by categories like sound design, perfect casting and perfect performance. Lost In...

Jane Campion Says Filmmakers Can Be “Wilder” In TV Than Movies, In 1hr Q&A Conversation With Sofia Coppola

It’s been eleven years since her feature “Bright Star” (2009) and four years since her last series, the second season of ‘Top Of The Lake,‘ titled “Top of the Lake: China Girl,” but legendary auteur Jane Campion (“The Piano“). is finally back. Her latest film, the luminous and haunting “The Power Of The Dog,” comes out December 1 on Netflix (November 17 in a limited theatrical release; read our review here). The movie centers on a charismatic rancher (Benedict Cumberbatch) who inspires fear and awe in those around him. But the order of his world is turned upside down when his usually submissive and pliant brother (Jesse Plemons) brings home a new wife (Kirsten Dunst) and her son (Kodi Smit-McPhee). Seemingly incensed by his brother’s decision to have a life outside him and bring strangers into their house, he begins a relentless icy campaign of emotional torment aimed at what he says as the two interlopers.