Jean-Marc Vallee

The actresses are in favor, but Jean-Marc Vallée says it was a "one-time deal."
I may sound like I'm gushing when I write that meeting the wise, striking Dev Patel and listening to a talk with the handsome, funny Jake Gyllenhaal were the highlights of this year's Dubai International Film Festival for me. And make no mistake, I am.
As always, many of the year's top awards contenders will premiere or screen at the Toronto International Film Festival, which
It is exciting to see our stories being told and winning awards, but should we be concerned that transgender people have little involvement in the story telling?
Can a radical immersion in nature heal our deep emotional wounds? That it can is the premise of Wild, the movie version of Cheryl Strayed's memoir about her thousand-mile trek along the Pacific Coast Trail.
"Wild" is a daring, inspiring film of one brave woman's self-overcoming and the journey she had to go on to own her life, to embrace all aspects and every minute of it, and release the "woulda-shoulda-coulda-didn'ts" that our minds are wont to create.
Based on the memoir by Cheryl Strayed, Jean-Marc Vallee's Wild offers an exceptional visual version of what could have been largely an interior journey.
Witherspoon described to Harper's Bazaar U.K. the "panic" she felt about performing on-screen sex, and Strayed told HuffPost
Based on Cheryl Strayed's best-selling memoir, "Wild" tells of how Strayed (Witherspoon) traveled up the Pacific Crest Trail
Overall, she feels most intensely how true the film is to her book and her life. “More often, while I’m watching the movie