We added high quality additions to Carice attending the closing ceremony and award ceremony of the dutch film festival were they are announcing the winners of the Gouden Kalf, which are kind of the dutch oscars. We added more photos of Carice walking the red carpet, during her acceptance speech and some beautiful portraits of
Carice won her 5th (!!) Rembrandt Award last week in the Netherlands for her role in “Black Butterflies“. Congratulations Carice, we are so proud of you! The Rembrandt Awards are one of the biggest dutch movie award shows, it’s kind of like the People’s Choice Awards because the audience can vote for their favorites. We
We came across a new french interview of Carice for Ingrid Jonker (Black Butterflies) while she was in France. She also attended the premiere for the movie in Paris. She also talks about “Winter is Coming“, “Jackie” and a new dutch romantic comedy.
Carice attended the premiere for “Ingrid Jonker” (Black Butterflies) in Paris, France earlier this week with director Paula van der Oest. The movie will hit theaters February 22nd in France. Gallery Links: Public Appearances > 2012 > February 14th: “Ingrid Jonker” (Black Butterflies) Paris Premiere
Bavaria Film International has closed a host of dals for Paula van der Oest’s Black Butterflies, including a US/Canada deal with Tribeca Enterprises. The film is a drama starring Carice van Houten, Liam Cunningham and Rutger Hauer in the story of South African poet Ingrid Jonker. Other key sales are to France (Zootrope), Middle East
We just added 29 medium quality portraits of Carice during the Tribeca Film Festival “Black Butterflies” portrait session, we now have 37 outtakes in total! Links and previews are below, and be sure to check them all in our gallery. Gallery Links: Studio Photoshoots > Press Conferences & Film Festival Portraits > “Black Butterflies” Tribeca
The art magazine EyesIn sat down with Carice and director Paula van der Oest to talk about “Black Butterflies“.
We just came across a new segment of EuroNews which shows us the acceptance speech of Carice while accepting her award for Best Actress in a Narrative Movie during the Tribeca Film Festival. You can watch her speech below (around the 2:02 mark). She seems so overwhelmed and moved by the award, we are so