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Bay Area Reporter Reviews 'Little Ashes' (Contains Spoilers)   8 comments

Federico Garcia Lorca (1898-1936) was Spain’s most acclaimed playwright (Blood Wedding, Yerma, The House of Bernardo Alba ) and poet of the 20th century. He was also openly gay and a vocal opponent of Francisco Franco’s Fascist forces during the Spanish Civil War. Consequently, he was killed by Fascist soldiers. Last year, director Paul Morrison, working from a screenplay by Philippa Goslett, released Little Ashes, an exquisite drama that focuses on Garcia Lorca’s relationship with the Catalan surrealist painter Salvador Dali. It has just been released in DVD.

The film begins in 1922, as Garcia Lorca (Javier Beltran) and Luis Bunuel (Matthew McNulty) arrive at a Madrid art school. They are soon joined by the eccentrically dressed  Dali (Robert Pattinson). Art – cinema (Bunuel), literature (Garcia Lorca), or painting (Dali) – consumes them. So does their friendship. Bunuel is intensely homophobic, perhaps because he is subconsciously attracted to one or both of his companions. One night, seeing two gay men together, he shouts that maricones (“faggots”) should be shot.

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'New Moon' and 'Little Ashes' Are Eligible for Oscars!   5 comments

‘New Moon’ and ‘Little Ashes’ have been added to the list of movies that are up for consideration by the Academy. Keep your fingers crossed for nominations!

Javier Beltran. Robert Pattinson. Matthew McNulty. Marina Gatell. Esther Nubiola.
Bruno Oro. Simon Andreau. Vicky Pena. Arly Jover. Marc Pujol. Ruben Arroyo. Diana
Gomez. Pep Sais. Joan Pico. Ferran Audi. Adria Allue. Ferran Lahoz. Cristian Rodrigo.
Sue Flack. Adrian Devant. Ramon Enrich. Xavi Siles. Philippa Goslett. Hannah Rutzou.
Paco Alonso.

Kristen Stewart. Robert Pattinson. Taylor Lautner. Ashley Greene. Rachelle LeFevre.
Billy Burke. Michael Sheen. Dakota Fanning. Peter Facinelli. Elizabeth Reaser. Jackson
Rathbone. Kellan Lutz. Nikki Reed. Edi Gathegi. Graham Greene. Gil Birmingham.
Anna Kendrick. Michael Welch. Justin Chon. Christian Serratos. Jamie Campbell
Bower. Christina Jastrzembska. Russell Roberts. Cam Gigandet. Christopher Heyerdahl.
Curtis Caravaggio. Daniel Cudmore. Charlie Bewley. Chaske Spencer. Adrien
Dorval. Michael Adamthwaite. Alexander Mendeluk. Hunter Jackson. Gavin Bristol.
Sean McGrath. Tyson Houseman. Kiowa Gordon. Alex Meraz. Bronson Pelletier. Tinsel
Korey. Corinna Russo. Maria Grazia Pompei. Roberto Marchetti. Alessandro Federico.
Justine Wachsberger. Cameron Bright. Noot Seear.

You can see the full list of eligible candidates here.

Thanks to MiraTL for the tip!

Little Ashes Coming Out Soon   1 comment

Little Ashes, the movie in which Rob plays Salvador Dali, is coming out soon in the US and Canada on DVD. If you haven’t pre-ordered your DVD now is the time to do it ;)It’s a great movie and I highly recommend it. Little Ashes is being released on January 26th. You can pre-order it on Amazon here.

Australian Release of Little Ashes   2 comments

Kojo Pictures distributes Little Ashes starring Robert Pattinson Star of “Twilight” and this year’s hottest new film “New Moon” acting sensation Robert Pattinson takes on a diverse role in his latest film, Little Ashes, which premieres this week in Adelaide. The film is being distributed by South Australia’s fastest growing film production and distribution company Kojo Pictures. Robert Pattinson, the young British star of Twilight, takes on the challenging role of playing the eccentric and flamboyant artist, Salvador Dali. The film focuses on Madrid in the jazz era of 1922 when the young artist studied at the Academy of Fine Arts, with playwright Federico Garcia Lorca (Javier Beltran) and renowned filmmaker Luis Bunuel (Matthew McNulty). Salvador Dali arrives at the university as an 18 year old, determined to become a great artist. His bizarre blend of shyness and rampant exhibitionism attracts the attention of Lorca and Bunuel, two of the university’s social elite. The film will play at the Sydney Mardi Gras Film Festival in February (12th-25th) and the Melbourne Queer Festival in March (11th – 21st) before being released by Kojo Pictures around the country mid 2010. The film is being screened intimately around Australia at the following locations: Adelaide Premiere, 16 Dec 2009, Trak Cinema Trak Cinema Adelaide screenings from 7 Jan 2010 The Astor Theatre St Kilda one off screening 10 Jan 2010 Cinemax Kingscliff NSW screenings from 14 Jan 2010

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What’s your favorite character Rob has played   29 comments

What’s your favorite character Rob has played? After  reading the script and seeing all the pics, I’m thinking there is a good chance my favorite character played by Rob will be Tyler Roth.  

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What's your favorite character Rob has played   27 comments

What’s your favorite character Rob has played? After  reading the script and seeing all the pics, I’m thinking there is a good chance my favorite character played by Rob will be Tyler Roth.  


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Black & white screencaps of Robert Pattinson in Little Ashes   14 comments

As promised here are the pics Corrina just e-mailed me.


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