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PostWysłany: Śro 4:49, 04 Lut 2009    Temat postu: Words Unspoken

Ponieważ film Renee wkrótce rusza w objazd po festiwalach, zakładam nowy temat, w którym będę informował o newsach go dotyczących i prowadził wszelkie dyskusje na jego temat.
Zacznę od tego, że to dla mnie dość dwuznaczna sprawa, bo główną rolę gra tu wiadomy ktoś o inicjałach JS i właściwie pewny jestem, że ROC zrobiła ten film, aby on mógł sobie zagrać. Jednak w świetle faktów, że ostatnio Ren wygląda kwitnąco i że film zbiera dobre recenzje, postanowiłem mu na razie nieco odpuścić. Smile Tym bardziej, że jak dobrze pójdzie, to może jeszcze z tego wyjść dla niej całkiem niezły pożytek. Oczywiście, jeżeli film poniesie klapę, winą za to będę obarczał wiadomo kogo. Cool
A więc plując sobie w brodę, że byłem tak bliski zagrania w tym dziele i nie zagrałem ( Sad ), na początek zamieszczam recenzję filmu ze strony Mary D:
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Words Unspoken

Review by MaryD

Renee premiered her new short film which she wrote and directed at the 2009 Xena Convention. It would be very true to say that those in attendance were spellbound and moved by the film. It's not a light hearted movie. It's short, sharp and deeply emotional.

The movie is about a man who takes his father on one last journey to fulfil his father's dying wish. I sat there and was absolutely spellbound by the depth of this story. Without giving away the ending (it would
be a disservice to Renee and the rest of her team to do so), I thought it was very powerful. The theme of parental abuse and the repercussions to the abused is a powerful statement about how the characters handle the betrayal of trust.

Renee has grown as a director (her acting is as fantastic as ever) and her writing was so deep. I was very impressed by her writing. It was powerful and it made you feel; that is the goal of any writer - if your reader or in this case your audience has a reaction to what they see, then you have achieved your goal.

Many in the audience could relate to Charles, the main character played by Jed Sura, and the feelings brought to the surface
by this film was raw and heartfelt. Renee's son, Miles, was also in this film as Charles as a young boy. He did a very good job in
his first acting role.

I found it personally very difficult to watch and yet couldn't look away. It touched a raw nerve that stayed with me hours after I had
seen it.

Words Unspoken will force you to question, to debate and to feel deeply.

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Oraz wywiad z Renee na temat filmu z AfterEllen:
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As promised, a surprise from Renee for her fans.

She's screening her new short film, Words Unspoken, which she completed just a few days ago. It's the story of a man, long estranged from his father, who helps him realize his dying wish. Renee wrote, directed, stars in, and produced this film, and it's a work that comes straight from her heart.

Speaking of heart, this is an excerpt from the interview I did with Renee last week, in which she speaks about her new film and her future plans:

Christie Keith: So you’re in post-production on your short film, Words Unspoken?
Renee O'Connor: I am. Today I’m going to finish the final pass of the sound mix, but Emily Saliers from the Indigo Girls wrote the whole music for it. She’s amazing. I keep telling her I’m one of her biggest fans. And I really am, and Amy as well. I love their music.

It’s funny, because she knows how much I just love and respect her and her work. And, our sound mixer -- this wonderful man who I’ve worked with many times -- he has a family and he goes to church, and when he saw Emily’s name he was blown away. And he said to me, “She and Amy write the most sincere, truthful music I’ve ever heard.”

And I went, “I know.” And then I tried to tell him more about Emily and the different things that she does in her own personal and political life. But it was so nice to have that connection, to take the two different worlds and pull them together, you know.

Christie: I had no idea that she was doing the music. That’s so incredible.

Renee: Yeah, she’s amazing. She is so amazing. It’s a short piece -- the film is only 17 minutes long, and there’s only music at the end, but this is hopefully just a stepping stone for me to keep doing different and larger pieces.

Christie: Are you going to take it around to film festivals?

Renee: I will. I will. I will definitely. Hopefully everyone will get to see it in some capacity that does it some justice, because it’s a nice little piece.

Christie: I would really like to see you break out as a filmmaker into a larger audience. It seems to me where your passion lies.

Renee: Oh yes, it’s definitely who I am. So we’ll see. We’ll see where it goes.

Christie: Do you want to keep acting though or would you rather -

Renee: Oh. I love it all. I’m acting in this piece as well.

Christie: Yes, but sometimes directors act in their own pieces because there isn’t someone else, or because they want their name attached to it. I just wondered, would you rather move beyond acting in other people’s work and focus on your own films instead, or would you rather just keep doing both?

Renee: I don’t see myself limited by having to choose. We’ll see. There are other people I would love to work for as an actress, and even as a director. But while I’m being open to other people’s projects, I still have to keep nourishing my own.

Christie: Who would you like to work with?

Renee: Oh, you know. It’s some of the biggies, like Clint Eastwood and Ron Howard are still two people that their whole body of work I look to and respect. And I would love to work for them as an actress. It would be incredible to have that opportunity, to keep learning from them.

And Jodi Foster, she’s amazing. Meryl Streep, all these people.

Christie: Have you ever met Jodi Foster?

Renee: I have not. No, no, I have not. That would be a real treat, though.

Christie: Any television in the works?

Renee: I’m more open to television than I have ever been, because my children are older and it’s been a long time now. I think I have enough juice in me now to give back that much energy. And I can now start to visually see how you can do it all. You can be on a TV show and still make your own projects, and be a mother. And there was a time where I didn’t want to give anything up, so I chose to give up television.

But it all seems to be a little more effortless now. So it’s a good thing, you know. So it’s definitely an open area. I’m writing and nurturing different projects. I’m doing a lot of internal work where I’m writing a lot. Which will all, you know eventually come out and you’ll get to see it.


Then she told me that they'd be sneak-previewing Unspoken Words at the convention, and I told her I wouldn't be there because of my mom's illness.

And that's when Renee asked for my address so she could send me the DVD, so I wouldn't have to miss it.

Have I mentioned before that Renee O'Connor is the nicest person in the world?

But you knew that.

I'll be back soon with photos and reports from Lucy and Renee's appearance at the convention!

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Jeżeli ktoś nie zna angielskiego, a chciałby poczytać - niech melduje. Przetłumaczę. Smile
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PostWysłany: Śro 11:14, 04 Lut 2009    Temat postu:

haha ale profesjonal, zrodelka zaczales w koncu podawac
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PostWysłany: Pią 7:52, 06 Lut 2009    Temat postu:

Zawsze podaję, gdy coś cytuję dosłownie. Nie zauważyłaś?
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PostWysłany: Sob 1:56, 07 Lut 2009    Temat postu:

nie, nie podawales tak: source
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PostWysłany: Sob 17:20, 07 Lut 2009    Temat postu:

Najczęściej pisałem "original post", ale "source" też już pisałem. W każdym razie cytaty podlinkowuję zawsze.
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