B-rollRights available Calendar Girls: Interview with Julie Walters Duration: 00:03:36
- Question: Can you tell me how you like to show this film in Cannes? - Answer JW: I love Cannes is really very important. There is no greater festival. It's just one of the most important places. - Question: There are 2 women behind, you have inspired them? - Answer JW: Yes of course. I asked if I could meet Angela. It was really important, Anne (the character in the film) is very quiet and there is no real description of who she really is. It's really lovely people. - Question: It really is an unusual role for you, unlike your characters in Harry Potter or Billy Elliot. That's why you agreed? - Answer JW: I'm usually the one who talks a lot and not a quiet person. So it was really enjoyable and interesting for me. - Question: you know any history before one offers the scenario? - Answer JW: I had heard about in the press, but I did not know the whole story. - Q. Tell me, what is that to you now to be naked on the poster? - Answer JW: I came last night and saw "Gulp," Oh my god! - Question: Now everyone will see you. - Answer JW: I know this is really a strange feeling. I was shy to shoot those scenes. I expected them to do touch-ups but they did not. - Question: what if you were in the same postion would have done the same thing? - Answer JW: I think that if ever a determined group of girls like that, I think I would have done so. I hope so, I hope to be brave enough.
B-rollRights available Calendar Girls: Helen Mirren Interview Duration: 00:04:10
- Question: Can you hear about the history of this calendar before shooting this film? - Answer HM: No, no I was without dout the United States when the schedule came out. But I read the article in the New York Times there was a large artcile on that and I think it is this article that inspired the people who made the film. - Asked HM: To prepare your character is what you wanted to meet these famous people? - Answer HM: Yes of course, I was inspired. They have great character these women. They come from a very small village in England. They are full of life. - Question: Do you you would have to pose nude for a calendar to raise money? - Answer HM: No, because it's different for me because I'm an actress. They, they were not known. It was a release, they are great. - Question: Tell us about that scene, this calendar is that it was intimidating? - Answer HM: For me at all, I was the leader I showed others that it was not difficult. - Question: Are you happy to present this film in Cannes? - Answer HM: I was afraid that the film gets lost in all the films in Cannes but today is.
B-rollRights available Calendar Girls: Interview Angela Baker & Tricia Stuart Duration: 00:04:05
- Question: Who are you two? - Answer: I'm Angela Baker, and I'm Miss February on the calendar. I'm Tricia Stuart and I am Miss October. - Question: Can you tell me, is it you hoped so successful? - Answer: No, we thought it would be over in 3 weeks. And we hoped to sell 1000 calendars. We had no idea. - Question: What has changed in your life? - Answer: We have been occupied, but it was good. We made profit for leukemia research was braying well. This is the first reason that led us to do that. We will never forget what we did. - Question: Do you enjoy being in Cannes? - Answer: That's wonderful. Because in London it rains practically all the time and here the sun shines so it's really fun. It's amazing to be here for our Calendar Girls movie. - Question: How does the new number close to the former? - Answer: This is really like. They have done really well. It's really good. - Question: Did you enjoy the actresses who play you? - Answer: Yes. It's fantastic that we interpret. - Question: Does the performance is good likeness? You find yourself in these characters? - A. Yes, I found myself - Question: You are also in the film, can you tell us about it? - Answer: Yes we have a small role.
B-rollRights available Master & Commander: Russell Crowe Interview Duration: 00:03:19
- Question: Do you enjoy the fact that the film is fighting against stereotypes? - Answer RC: Of course. I knew Peter was not going to do something mundane and I am impressed with the work he did. The film is being shown to the public is one thing but the creative process is another thing, it's amazing. - Question: Are you like your character Captain Jack Aubrey? - Answer RC: Sometimes you play a character you do not agree. But I have always been concerned with regard to the moral thanks to my parents in particular. I think it was important in this film to take the reins and be their captain. - Question: Do you agree on the complexity of situations and your character? - Answer RC: That's the beauty of the story. It's pretty rare to see cinema films in which all the protagonists argue. Most films show a character who argues and other listeners. You have two characters with 2 different views. - Question: You are known as a character who is involved fully in your roles. Did you forget Russell to become the character? - Answer RC: Not really, it's a performance. This is the work between "Action and cut". When you play a character, whatever the qualities that you possess must be given to the role.
B-rollRights available Master & Commander: Peter Weir Interview Duration: 00:06:21
- Question: I wanted to know if this story has awakened the boy in you that wants to jump on a boat? - Answer PW: I'm on the south side of the world. Since I left and I never really returned. I was lucky to take the boat to travel that distance. Today 24 you anywhere. - Question: What did you say to the public through this story? - Answer PW: In a brutal world, one can see the best and worst of mankind. - Question: Is Russel Crowe surprised you? - Answer PW: I think it surprised me steadily. It introduces very small details in the story, of how to do. He prepares everything, even the movement of one eye.
B-rollRights available Master & Commander: Paul Bettany Interview Duration: 00:04:58
- Question about the character compared to the Brazilian coast in 1805: - Answer PB: As the character is a naturalist, all places seem him intriguing. It can get lost in the details. That is why he is on the boat, even though it's an Irish sailing for English. It is a very contradictory character. - Question: Have you found that there were similarities between your character and your work as an actor because you have to look for what is behind everything. - Answer PB: Yes, there is a similarity, but the biggest difference is that an actor is primarily a self-centered business. - Question: You must have some curiosity, and be interested in other people. - Answer PB: Yes absolutely. The actor is primarily to monitor and interpret the choices of others. And you can learn greatly through this. - Question: The director said there is always something under the surface of the images. This is not only boats, the sea and the conflicts between France and England. What is this story? - Answer PB: I think it's about friendship. I also think that the director has an attachment on the historical details. If you look at his films, there are isolated communities such as the Irish and the poor in society. In this film they are grouped in a confined space which is the boat is a microcosm. It really has a talent as a filmmaker. In this film he proved that he could go at the microscopic epic.