Richard Armitage x2 at Cannes? Could Happen. Posted on March 21, 2016 by Perry here Share thisClick to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading...
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That would be fun.
I truly wish that would happen!! I haven’t given up hoping that we’ll get to see Urban one of these days too!
From your lips to G-d’s ears.
It’s strange, since they said they hoped to show BoF at TIFF next September and it wasn’t finished until 2 weeks ago. Sorry, but how could they have submitted both films if you must enter before October? Do you know if an incomplete film can be submitted?
Anyway, we know Richard won’t be in Cannes even if both movies should be there. Unless he is obliged 😛 But he’s just a secondary role in both films, so… not big chances to se “him” at Cannes.
Not according THR, unless I missed them in my quick read
Ok, guess they changed the rules or my memory had a strange malfunctioning. I perfectly remember an “October” deadline for films submission regarding Urban, but who knows what I am recalling. Anyway, if they managed to have a completed edition of the movies before 14th March, they could have submitted them to Cannes.
@Micra. I’m a little confused about your three comments/ The October deadline you thought you recalled – are you referring to Urban and Cannes or the other films? Are you suggesting that Urban might have a chance at this year’s Cannes for a viewing? I’m a little rusty on the rules. I think I wrote a post about it last year.
On another front, the Screendaily article seemed to intimate that BOF and Pilgrimage might be submitted for competition – but there is also a chance one or both could just be screened outside competition.
The Irish film industry is on a roll a the moment, with Game of Thrones and some of Star Wars, being filmed there and it’s doing a cracking job promoting Irish and Irish connected TV and film, which may well include promoting Brain on Fire and Pilgrimage.
Take a look on twitter at Scannain @Scannain_com and Irish Film & TV Net @IFTN
Also, XYZ Films @XYZFilms has tweeted a Pilgrimage pic –