Witherspoon and Papandrea Push For More Female Dramas Like “Wild”


Reese Witherspoon (and her producing partner, Bruna Papandrea) have, of course, been getting all kinds of press attention for WILD , and now, more recently, their quest to find quality, female driven dramas.  Their production company, Pacific Standard, has only been around for two years, but already they have three projects (WILD, GONE GIRL, DON’T MESS WITH TEXAS) under their belt.

(A few stories from around the globe: Variety, Vogue, LA Times, Daily Telegraph, The Guardian) Continue reading... “Witherspoon and Papandrea Push For More Female Dramas Like “Wild””

Fox Searchlight’s “Wild” Premieres In Telluride

The 41st Telluride Film Festival announced it’s lineup today. Fox Searchlight Picture’s “Wild” will be premiering at the festival.  “Wild” starring Reese Witherspoon, and produced by her production company, Pacific Standard, shot in more locations throughout Oregon than any other project filmed in the state to date.  From southern Oregon; Crater Lake and Ashland; to the Badlands, Smith Rock and Bend in Central Oregon; and also the Portland metro area, Timberline and Bridge of The Gods in the Columbia River Gorge, to name a few.  Continue reading... “Fox Searchlight’s “Wild” Premieres In Telluride”

“Wild” Has Been Attracting Public Interest As Well As Local And National Press

Reese Witherspoon’s caption to go along with her picture, “Good morning from deepest Oregon”.

“Wild” has been getting a lot of public and press attention in Ashland and Crater Lake in the last two weeks.  Reese Witherspoon has been adding interest by posting daily pictures from the film’s locations in southern Oregon.

Below is a recent round up of some local, national and international news pieces on “Wild”:

KDRV and KTVL had some video coverage, and the Herald, Mail Tribune and The Daily Tidings also covered the story. Continue reading... ““Wild” Has Been Attracting Public Interest As Well As Local And National Press”