The full program of the 65th Berlin International Film Festival has been announced and with it the dates for the Queen of the Desert world premiere and Life world premiere.
There will also be a photo call and press conference for each movie. Berlinale has official livestreams for all events of the festival.
Livestream videos will be posted on the site during the festival.
Queen of the Desert – World Premiere – February 6th
Photo-Call: 2:10PM CET/ 1:10PM GMT/ 09:10AM ET/ 06:10AM PT.
Press Conference: 2:20PM CET/ 1:20PM GMT/ 09:20AM ET/ 06:10AM PT
Red Carpet: 6:15PM CET/ 5:15PM GMT/ 1:15PM ET/ 10:15AM PT.
Screening starts: 6:45PM CET/ 5:45PM GMT/ 1:45PM ET/ 10:45AM PT.
Life – World Premiere – February 9th
Special Gala Screening
Photo-Call: 7:45PM CET/ 6:45PM GMT/ 1:45PM ET/ 10:45AM PT.
Press Conference: 7:55PM CET/ 6:55PM GMT/ 1:55PM ET/ 10:55AM PT
Red Carpet: 9PM CET/ 8PM GMT/ 3PM ET/ 12PM
Screening starts: 9:30PM CET/ 8:30GMT/ 3:30PM ET/ 12:30PM PT.
Attending: Robert Pattinson, Dane Dehaan, Anton Corbijn, Alessandra Mastronardi and Luke Davies.You can check the full 65th Berlinale Program here and here.
Queen of the Desert page on Berlinale website
Life’s page on Berlinale’s website
As for now, Rob has only been listed/confirmed to attend the Life premiere, press conference and photocall. His name is not listed to attend the Queen of the Desert related events, but that may change. via | via
Here’s a video of Robert Pattinson and David Cronenberg at the Cosmopolis premiere in Paris
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‘LIFE’ with Robert Pattinson and Dane DeHaan to be released on September 30
Official confirmation from the French distributor
Jamie Dornan talks about Robert Pattinson in an interview with Variety
“I’ve been around Rob long enough to see what it’s been like for him,” Dornan says in the cover story from this week’s issue of Variety. “I don’t know if it’s been a benefit to witness that. Whatever that is.”
Dornan then added: “By the way, it’s not the same thing. We’re not the ‘Twilight’ franchise. We’re a different thing. Whatever my situation is, it’s going to be different from Rob’s. They are incomparable.”
What did Dornan and Pattinson talk about? “I don’t remember what we talked about the last time I saw him,” Dornan says. “I think we just got drunk.”
You can read the full interview at the source | full quote | via
We posted this great Dior picture of Robert Pattinson and Camille Rowe in September here. Now we have it in better quality
From Citabella magazine – November 2014 issue
See all the other Dior pictures here
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‘LIFE’ and ‘Queen of the Desert’ on various ‘Most Anticipated Movies of 2015′ lists
The Film Stage – LIFE
After premiering his latest drama, A Most Wanted Man, at Sundance last year, we thought director Anton Corbijn might return to Park City, but barring any last-minute announcements that looks to not be the case. Hopefully coming later this year, as scripted by Luke Davies, Life centers on the relationship between James Dean (Dane DeHaan) and Life Magazine‘s Dennis Stock (Robert Pattinson), the latter of whom had been tasked with capturing the up-and-coming actor less than a year before his rise to stardom and tragic death. –Jordan R.
The Film Stage – Queen of the Desert
With rumors that it would arrive last year, the wait continues for Werner Herzog’s first narrative feature in half-a-decade, the story of legendary cartographer Gertrude Bell may be hitting theaters this year. Led by Nicole Kidman, Robert Pattinson, James Franco, and Damian Lewis, Queen of the Desert follows Bell, a diplomatic explorer, who negotiated with Arab nations and helped establish the countries of Iraq and Jordan. Considering that Herzog is the man who gave us such epics as Fitzcarraldo and Aguirre, we’re looking forward to a return with what looks to be his most visually ambitious work in some time. With fall line-ups getting announced shortly, check back for updates. – Jordan R.
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Thanks to Film 4 Insider for these:
Robert Pattinson as Dennis Stock and Dane DeHaan as James Dean in Anton Corbijn’s ‘Life’
Dane DeHaan as James Dean:
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