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I have added 3,064 screen captures from the Clouds of Sils Maria DVD to our gallery which you can check out below

Movies – Clouds of Sils Maria – DVD Screen Captures


Here are photos of Kristen from her first event of 2016, attending a special screening of Clouds of Sils Maria in New York last night (January 3rd) where she also took part in a Q&A

Kristen wore a white suit by Atea Oceanie, heels by Christian Louboutin and a Chanel timepiece watch

Events & Appearences – 2016 – January 3rd – ‘Clouds of Sils Maria’ Screening and Q&A, New York

Videos from the Q&A

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Kristen will attend a special screening of Clouds of Sils Maria in New York on January 3rd followed by a Q&A. You can Buy tickets here.

via – Sun, Jan 3 at: 7:00 PM, 9:45 PM

Kristen Stewart in person for special screenings Sun Jan 3: Q&A following 7:00pm show, introduction only at 9:45pm show!

Winner, Best Supporting Actress, Kristen Stewart – New York Film Critics Circle, Boston Society of Film Critics, Village Voice Critics Poll, Indiewire Year-End Critics Poll, Cesar Award

At the peak of her international career, Maria Enders (Juliette Binoche) is asked to perform in a revival of the play that made her famous twenty years ago. But back then she played the role of Sigrid, an alluring young girl who disarms and eventually drives her boss Helena to suicide. Now she is being asked to step into the other role, that of the older Helena. She departs with her assistant (Kristen Stewart) to rehearse in Sils Maria; a remote region of the Alps. A young Hollywood starlet with a penchant for scandal (Chloë Grace Moretz) is to take on the role of Sigrid, and Maria finds herself on the other side of the mirror, face to face with an ambiguously charming woman who is, in essence, an unsettling reflection of herself.

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Kristen has recieved a Detroit Film Critics Society Award Nomination for her role as Valentine in Clouds of Sils Maria


Jennifer Jason Leigh, The Hateful Eight
Cynthia Nixon, James White
Kristen Stewart, Clouds of Sils Maria
Alicia Vikander, The Danish Girl
Alicia Vikander, Ex Machina



Massive congratulations to Kristen, who just won a New York Film Critics Circle Award for her role as Valentine in Clouds of Sils Maria



Listen to Kristen’s audio podcast with KCRU where she promotes Clouds of Sils Maria. She also talks about Patti Smith, poetry, directing and her tattoos

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Kristen attended the Clouds of Sils Maria LACMA Screening and Q&A in LA last night (April 3rd) – she also brought along her good friend Suzie, who worked as Kristen’s assistant on this movie

Events & Appearances – 2015 – 3rd April – ‘Clouds of Sils Maria’ LACMA Screening & Q&A

Tweets from @robkris13 – Elvis asked if she’s ever do theatre. she gave the audience a deadpan look & then said “dude no, Im from LA! we dont appreciate it like NYC”
Kristen said doing theatre would mean doing many performances and she didnt think she could keep it fresh doing it over and over.
She said that’s why she loved doing movies…one performance and it would always be fresh.
Kristen said the movie was very true to the CoSM script…doesnt happen very often when a movie was being filmed.
Kristen talked abt how women includiing Jodie Foster, Julianne, Juliette, Joan Jett had influenced her career in a postive way.
She and Julianne share the trait of not wanting to rehearse before doing a movie but Juliette on the other hand loves to rehearse.
Kristen said she and Juliette were perfectly cast for their roles in CoSM because they were similiar to their characters.
She said Juliette is like Maria because she doesnt want to hurt anyone but “Im like Val because I want you to hurt, feel what Im saying.”
Elvis asked her which of her movies surprised her. she felt they all had parts that surprised her and couldnt chose just one.
Elvis asked if she had ever shot a movie in sequential order and she said On The Road & one other but cant remember what it was now.
Kristen said she knew CoSM had some heavy things in it but she loved there was comedy in it too.
PapaStew was here tonight :))

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Photoshoots & Portraits – 2014 – New York Film Festival

A few years ago the actress Juliette Binoche got in touch with her old friend Olivier Assayas, the French director who had co-written the film “Rendez-Vous,” which slingshot her to fame three decades ago.

She told him they should make another film together — a female-centric movie with echoes of one of Mr. Assayas’s idols, Ingmar Bergman, about whom he had co-written a book. Ms. Binoche and Mr. Assayas had worked together on the 2009 ensemble piece “Summer Hours,” but Ms. Binoche wanted more. “It felt to me that we didn’t have the moment to know each other — we didn’t have this time where you could really smell someone, you know?” she recalled.
“Yes you’re right, Juliette,” Mr. Assayas remembered replying, “there is something missing in our relationship.”

So, over the next few years, between shooting his celebrated film about Carlos the Jackal, Mr. Assayas wrote Ms. Binoche a film, “Clouds of Sils Maria,” opening on Friday. Filmed in English, it tells the story of Maria Enders, an actress grappling with aging and grieving the loss of her mentor. Decades earlier, that mentor had made her a star by casting her in a play as a feckless ingénue, Sigrid, who drives an older lovesick woman, Helena, to suicide.

Ms. Binoche is Maria; Kristen Stewart is her American assistant, Valentine; and Chloë Grace Moretz is a fiery young American actress set to play Sigrid across from Maria’s Helena in a restaging of that pivotal play.

“I did not want to write a part for Juliette,” Mr. Assayas said. “I wanted to make a movie inspired by Juliette, using Juliette as a character.” He added: “And I went really all the way; one of the layers it kind of works on is the fact that you never lose touch with the fact that you are looking at Juliette Binoche, Kristen Stewart and Chloë Moretz. That’s part of the narrative in a certain way.”

Though the film is only now being released, it had its premiere at Cannes last year, when it earned accolades but no awards, and it was shown at the New York Film Festival last fall. (“Mr. Assayas’s touch is tender, and his direction brilliant,” Manohla Dargis wrote in The New York Times after its Cannes debut.) Ms. Binoche, Mr. Assayas and Ms. Stewart each sat down separately in New York to talk about the film.

While the plot of “Clouds” alludes to “Rendez-Vous,” which ends with Ms. Binoche’s character, a fledgling actress, poised on the cusp of stardom, Ms. Binoche said she didn’t share the near-paralyzing melancholy that grips Maria for much of the film. “There’s something about the past that she’s not in peace with somehow,” Ms. Binoche said over cappuccinos in a corner of the Crosby Street Hotel. “She’s trying to hang onto it; so there’s some kind of passage that she was not able to do where she feels stuck yet totally abandoned.”

Luminous at 50 (she has since turned 51), Ms. Binoche came across as a woman at ease with herself. “I’m not saying that aging is not difficult, but I love the present,” she continued. “Every period of time of my life, I’ve been really living it, so not avoiding it, so it doesn’t feel like I missed something.”

In “Clouds,” the core relationship, and a complicated one it is, is between the characters played by Ms. Binoche and Ms. Stewart, with nary a leading man in sight, something Ms. Stewart relished. “If you think about the typical relationships that you usually see in movies, even the title of relationships, there’s only a couple of them,” she said. “You’ve got friends, mother, father, boyfriend, girlfriend, husband, wife.” Maria and Valentine are, Ms. Stewart said, “like they’re all of those things — and none of those things — to each other at the same time.”

A finely tuned, highly alert presence, Ms. Stewart met to chat in a sun-flooded room at the Trump International Hotel on Columbus Circle, and gazed longingly at the leafy expanse of Central Park across the way. This was one of those days, she murmured, that she wished she could be outside. Of course, if any actress would be recognized in a heartbeat in that tourist-heavy corner of Manhattan, it would be her. This reality of Ms. Stewart’s, amplified by the tabloids’ insatiability about her life, imbued the role of Valentine — who acts as a gatekeeper for Maria, fending off zany, borderline demeaning work requests while helping her navigate the vagaries and vulgarities of celebrity — with a level of satisfaction that Ms. Stewart savored.

“I would have jumped at the chance to work with Olivier on anything,” said Ms. Stewart, who late last year won a César (the French equivalent of the Oscar) for her performance as Valentine, becoming the first American actress to win the award. “But the whole industry aspect of it, acknowledging the absurdity of it, I was giddy. I could barely get through the lines without hiding my glee.”

Working with Ms. Binoche kept her on her toes, Ms. Stewart said. “She’s like this eccentric, weird, kooky but brilliantly smart and heady, lofty strong woman — she’s rad,” she said. “She’s everything you would want Juliette Binoche to be.”

For much of the film, Valentine and Maria spend time in the secluded Swiss hamlet of Sils Maria, where Valentine helps a conflicted Maria prepare to play Helena, which had originally been played by an actress Maria long despised. Mr. Assayas came to know the area on a hiking trip, when he spotted the phenomenon of its clouds, which wind thickly through the mountaintops like a snake. “All of a sudden there was this idea of a landscape, where time was inscribed, which had this cloud which was both beautiful and also menacing,” he said last fall for this article.

In the end, after wrestling mightily with herself, as well as with Valentine, Maria finally finds a measure of peace, as she rehearses across from Ms. Moretz’s character and gives in to the younger actress’s interpretation of the role.

“The only future she can have is to change herself, and so because of that conflict she grows, and she separates from the past,” Ms. Binoche said. “It touched me so much. This separation, it’s always painful. What’s painful, actually, is the nonacceptance, the resisting is painful. And when we stop resisting, then the magic happens.”

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