“Night Moves” will be opening May 30th at the Angelika Film Center in New York, most likely followed by openings in Los Angeles and Portland before playing other cities nationwide.
The film will also be screening in advance of the release date, at the Tribeca Film Festival (April 21st, 24th and 27th), as well as at a few other U.S. festivals.
“Night Moves” was shot exclusively in Southern Oregon. Continue reading... ““Night Moves” To Get A May 30th Release”
“Night Moves” was written by Kelly Reichardt and Jon Raymond (“Mildred Pierce”, “Meek’s Cutoff”, “Wendy and Lucy”) and Executive Produced by Kim Saerom, Brett Cranford, Lourenço Sant’Anna, Alejandro De Leon, Todd Haynes, and Larry Fessenden, and starring Jesse Eisenberg (“The Social Network”), Dakota Fanning (“The Secret Life of Bees”), and Peter Sarsgaard (“Blue Jasmine”).
“Night Moves” was shot exclusively in Southern Oregon. The film revolves around radical environmentalists that set in motion an eco-terror plot that creates serious moral consequences. Continue reading... “Reichardt’s ‘Night Moves’ Opens In Theatres May 30th”
Director Kelly Reichardt’s (“Wendy and Lucy”, “Meek’s Cutoff”) new film, “Night Moves” will be screening in competition at the Venice International Film Festival (August 28th- September 7th) and will also screen at the Toronto International Film Festival as a special presentation.
“Night Moves” will compete in the “Venezia 70” section of the Venice International Film Festival, an “international competition of feature films, presented as world premieres”. Continue reading... ““Night Moves” Premieres at Venice International Film Festival and Will Screen at Toronto International Film Festival”
Oregon has always been known as a great place for the independent film scene, and 2012 is no exception. Since July, there have been four independent films that have been accepted as a part of the Indigenous Oregon Production Investment Fund which was created in 2009. In addition, critically acclaimed director Kelly Reichardt is directing her fourth film in Oregon. The first one to go into production was “The A List”, which was produced in Lake Oswego. Continue reading... “Second Half of 2012 is Booming With Indie Film Production in Oregon”