Sticky Notes nominated at the 2017 National Film Awards UK

Sticky Notes has been nominated for Best International Film in the 2017 National Film Awards UK ! In order to vote, you have to take one minute to register here: http://www.nationalfilmawards.org/voting/ and then select Sticky Notes in the Best International Film category. The movie official Facebook page also announced that Sticky Notes closed out 2016 with screenings at 3 more festivals: The Stockholm International Film Festival, Film Fest Tucson, & The Marbella International Film Festival, where Director Amanda Sharp was nominated for Best Director & Ray Liotta was nominated for Best Actor. There is no release date for the movie yet but it is available to rent and download on Itunes Store UK where it is entitled « The Last Dance ».

Sticky Notes Screencaps

Good news, Sticky Notes has been released on Itunes Store UK recently (under the title « The Last Dance »), you can click here to download it ! The movie was shot in 2014 in New Orleans and has been screened in various festivals this year.

The Last Dance explores the story of Athena (Rose Leslie), a struggling dancer trying to make it in LA. Athena’s father Jack (Ray Liotta) interrupts her lonely and detached existence when he asks her to move home to Florida to care for him… big news: he has cancer. Nursing Jack proves more and more challenging for Athena. So much so that when she is called back to LA for the greatest dance opportunity of her twenty-five years, she takes it. What follows is a heart-wrenching journey of growing up told with ample moments of humour and levity, candidly illuminating father/daughter relationships and bonds that despite being broken always find their way back home.

I have added 486 MQ screencaps of the movie in the gallery, be sure to check them here :

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Morgan HD Screencaps & Deleted Scene

Not much has happened this past month – The Good Fight is still filming in NYC – but Morgan has been released in digital HD and I have taken screencaps of Rose’s scenes that you can now find in the gallery, enjoy !

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The Hollywood Reporter Russia also released a short deleted scene starring Rose, Jennifer Jason Leigh & Vinette Robinson :

Rose expected to attend Napa Valley Film Festival & Gallery Updates

Good news ! The Napa Valley Register has announced today that Rose is expected to attend the Napa Valley Film Festival during which Sticky Notes will be screened :

The Napa Valley Film Festival has announced its line-up, special events and celebrity attendees. The five-day festival will take place in 13 screening venues in Napa, Yountville, St. Helena and Calistoga, Nov. 9-13.

Notable celebrities expected to attend include Jessica Biel, Ian Bohen, Josh Charles, Aaron Eckhart, Gordon Getty, Meredith Hagner, Katie Holmes, Sam Huntington, Sam Jaeger, Alex Karpovsky, Rose Leslie, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Joel David Moore, Matt Ross, Wyatt Russell, Madeline Zima and many more.

For a full lineup and ticket information, visit NVFF.ORG or 226-7500.

I have also made a few additions to the gallery : a new gorgeous portrait of Rose at the London Fashion Week released on Instagram by photographer LensedLondon, some MQ pics from the Emilia Wickstead show replaced with HQ ones, and finally one new still of Sticky Notes.

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2016 Appearances > Sep 17 | Emilia Wickstead Show – London Fashion Week SS17 [+ 1]
2016 Appearances > Sep 19 | Erdem Show – London Fashion Week SS17 [+ 1]
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DreamWorks Shuts Down Ghost Story ‘Haunted’ Weeks Before Start Date

A sad news has been revealed by The Hollywood Reporter today : the movie that Rose was supposed to start filming this month in Boston, the Spielberg’s produced Haunted, has been shut down by Dreamworks and won’t be filmed soon as the director is now off the project. However, « the studio plans to continue developing Haunted based on the original screenplay by the Hayes brothers. » Let’s hope Rose will still be attached to the project when a new director will be found.

THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER – DreamWorks has pulled the plug on Haunted, an under-the-radar movie that was just weeks away from beginning filming. Steven Spielberg and others involved with the project, a ghost tale said to have been inspired by Henry James 1898 The Turn of the Screw, were deeply displeased with a total rewrite of the script by director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo and Scott Z. Burns (Contagion). DreamWorks is said to have sunk about $5 million into preparing the film, which had a budget of about $17 million.

The film had been greenlighted based on a script by Chad and Carey Hayes (The Conjuring) and Rose Leslie, who played the wilding Ygritte on Game of Thrones, was recently cast to star. Producing were Scott Bernstein and Roy Lee.

But Fresnadillo, collaborating with Burns, turned in a revision that made dramatic changes — including the title, the characters and the action — so as to render the project unrecognizable, according to sources.

There had been some concern about the choice of Fresnadillo, the Spanish director who most recently directed the pilot Falling Water, which has been picked up by USA Network. His best-known film is 2007’s 28 Weeks Later, which grossed $64.2 million worldwide. But a source says that was only after executive producers Danny Boyle and Alex Garland became extensively involved. Still, Spielberg felt that the director had the skills for the project.

The project, which was to shoot under the DreamWorks label, would have been one of the first new projects to move forward since DreamWorks, Amblin and Participant formed the new Amblin Partners late last year, and Dreamworks, after distributing its movies through Disney since 2008, struck a new distribution deal with Universal.

While Fresnadillo is now off the project, the studio hopes to continue to develop it based on the original Hayes brothers’ script.

‘Sticky Notes’ to Screen at Napa Valley Film Festival

VARIETY – The West Coast premieres of “The Book of Love” and “Sticky Notes” have been set for the sixth annual Napa Valley Film Festival during Nov. 3-9.

The two titles are part of the 10 films in the Narrative Feature Film lineup for juried competition along with 10 titles in the Documentary Feature competition. The awards ceremonies will take place Nov. 12 at the Lincoln Theater in Yountville. (source)