I have added to the gallery new beautiful portrait session with Mia, Nicole Kidman, Matthew Goodefrom and director of Stoker Chan-wook Park from 2013 Sundance Film Festival.
Photoshoots & Portraits > Sessions from 2013 > Session 07
Another picture of Mia from Crimson Peak has been published. This time I’ve added to the gallery scan from Empire Magazine – it’s only Mia’s picture but I hope that there’ll be better scan soon.
Magazine Scans > Scans from 2015 > February: Empire Magazine
Finally, there’s first photo of Mia from Crimson Peak. I’ve added to the gallery scan from Total Magazine with Mia as Edith Cushing. I hope that there will be some new photos from the movie soon.
Magazine Scans > Scans from 2014 > December: Total Magazine
I’ve added to the gallery 9 unseen outtakes from Mia’s photoshoot taken by Ryan Pfluger in 2011. Check them out, they are really great!
Photoshoots & Portraits > Sessions from 2011 > Session 02
MOVIES Coming Soon published new clip from Maps To The Stars movie called How’s Show Business?. I’ve added to the gallery screencaptures from it. Enjoy!
Film Productions > Maps to the Stars (2014) > Movie Clip: How’s Show Business?
Below you can watch video from Q&A with Mia, Sophie Barthes and Valerie Ranchoux. Sophie Barthes talks about following in the footsteps of Renoir, Minnelli and Chabrol when adapting Madame Bovary for the screen at the 58th BFI London Film Festival in partnership with American Express®. Mia and Valerie Ranchoux join her to discuss how Emma Bovary’s character reflect on Ranchoux’s costume designs.
I’ve added to the gallery 90 medium quality photos of Mia from her last public appearance at “Madame Bovary” premiere at BFI 58th London Film Festival on October 11. Check them out!
Public Appearances > Appearances from 2014 > October 11: BFI 58th London Film Festival – “Madame Bovary” Premiere
It’s 14th October and it’s the day of Mia’s 25th birthday! Mia Wasikowska Web and fans from all over the world want to wish you all the best. We hope that you will spend this day with loved ones. Happy birthday!
I’ve added to the gallery two outtakes from Mia’s new photoshoot. It was taken by Erik Tanner for TIME Magazine. What do you think?
Photoshoots & Portraits > Sessions from 2014 > Session 07
Since falling down the rabbit hole for Tim Burton in “Alice in Wonderland,” Australian actress Mia Wasikowska has kept busy collaborating with other singular filmmakers in films that couldn’t be more dissimilar. This year alone she’s appeared in a vampire romance (Jim Jarmusch’s “Only Lovers Left Alive”), a Terry Gilliam-esque dystopian drama (Richard Ayoade’s “The Double”) and a life affirming biopic (John Curran’s “Tracks”).
“Tracks” is the most recent of the bunch, having just opened last Friday. In it, Wasikowska plays fellow Aussie Robyn Davidson, who in 1977 undertook a 1,700 mile trek across the deserts of West Australia with four camels and her faithful dog. Indiewire sat down with the actress in New York to discuss the journey of making the film and why she’ll soon be returning to blockbuster territory with the upcoming sequel to “Alice in Wonderland.”
The film premiered over a year ago in Venice. Is the experience of making “Tracks” still fresh in your mind?
I guess so ’cause it was probably a year and a half, almost two years ago now! But it’s strange to say that because it feels like it was just like a couple of weeks ago. It was great. I hadn’t shot in Australia since I was 17, so it was the first thing I’d done in a really long time. So it was really nice for that reason.
Did you explore parts of Australia that you’d never been to before, in making “Tracks”?
Yeah, we would more as a family go to the coast, but I’ve never really been to the Australian desert until we did this film. So it was nice to actually explore parts of my own country.