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Here is “Jersey Boys” Official Trailer has been released and you can watch it below. Freya plays Francine Valli. It will hits theaters June 20, 2014.



Film Independent announced its lineup for the 2014 Los Angeles Film Festival today, with the big news being that Clint Eastwood’s “Jersey Boys” will make its world premiere as the Closing Night film of the festival.

Other high profile films we’ll be looking forward to include Lenny Abrahamson’s “Frank” starring Michael Fassbender and Domhnall Gleeson, which won over Sundance and a bunch of other festivals, the world premieres of “The Two Faces of January” with Viggo Mortensen, Kirsten Dunst and Oscar Isaac and “Cut Bank” with Armie Hammer and Teresa Palmer, as well as David Mackenzie’s “Starred Up” starring Jack O’Connell.

The festival kicks off with “Snowpiercer” on June 11th and runs through June 19th, when “Jersey Boys” will premiere. The full line-up is below.

Narrative Competition (9): The Narrative Competition is comprised of films made by talented emerging filmmakers that compete for the Filmmaker Award. The winner is determined by a panel of jurors, and films in this section are also eligible for the Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature or Best International Feature.

· 10 Minutes, Dir. Lee Yong-Seung, South Korea. North American Premiere.
· Comet, Dir. Sam Esmail, USA. World Premiere.
· Lake Los Angeles, Dir. Mike Ott, USA. World Premiere.
· Man From Reno, Dir. Dave Boyle, USA. World Premiere.
· Recommended By Enrique, Dir. Rania Attieh, Daniel Garcia, USA/Argentina/France. World Premiere.
· Runoff, Dir. Kimberly Levin, USA. World Premiere.
· Someone You Love, Dir. Pernille Fischer Christensen, Denmark. North American Premiere.
· Uncertain Terms, Dir. Nathan Silver, USA. World Premiere.
· The Young Kieslowski, Dir. Kerem Sanga, USA. World Premiere.

Documentary Competition (8): The Documentary Competition is comprised of films made by talented emerging documentary filmmakers that compete for the Documentary Award. The winner is determined by a panel of jurors, and films in this section are also eligible for the Audience Award for Best Documentary Feature or Best International Feature.

• Billy Mize and the Bakersfield Sound, Dir. William J. Saunders, USA. World Premiere.
• The Life and Mind of Mark DeFriest, Dir. Gabriel London, USA/Canada. US Premiere.
• Meet the Patels, Dirs. Geeta V. Patel, Ravi V. Patel, USA/India. US Premiere.
• My Name Is Salt, Dir. Farida Pacha, Switzerland/India. North American Premiere.
• Out in the Night, Dir. blair dorosh-walther, USA. World Premiere.
• Sound of Redemption: The Frank Morgan Story, Dir. N.C. Heikin, USA. World Premiere.
• Stray Dog, Dir. Debra Granik, USA. World Premiere.
• Walking Under Water, Dir. Eliza Kubarska, Poland/Germany/UK. US Premiere.

LA Muse (11): Programmed by Stephanie Allain, Festival Director, Film Independent at LACMA curator Elvis Mitchell and artist/scholar Roya Rastegar, the LA Muse section is comprised of films made by talented emerging filmmakers that are set, shot or inspired by Los Angeles. Select films in this section are eligible for Audience Awards for Best LA Muse Feature, Best Narrative Feature, Best Documentary Feature or Best International Feature.

• Dreams are Colder than Death, Dirs. Arthur Jafa, Kahlil Joseph, USA. World Premiere.
• Eat With Me, Dir. David Au, USA. World Premiere.
• Echo Park, Dir. Amanda Marsalis, USA. World Premiere.
• The Ever After, Dir. Mark Webber, USA/Australia. World Premiere.
• Holbrook/Twain: An American Odyssey, Dir. Scott Teems, USA. Sneak Peek.
• Inner Demons, Dir. Seth Grossman, USA. World Premiere.
• Los Ángeles, Dir. Damian John Harper, Mexico/Germany. International Premiere.
• Nightingale, Dir. Elliott Lester, USA. World Premiere.
• The Road Within, Dir. Gren Wells, USA. World Premiere.
• Supremacy, Dir. Deon Taylor, USA. World Premiere.
• Trouble Dolls, Dirs. Jess Weixler, Jennifer Prediger, USA. World Premiere

International Showcase (11): The International Showcase highlights innovative independent narrative and documentary features from outside of the United States. Films in this section are eligible for Audience Awards for Best International Feature, Best Narrative Feature or Best Documentary Feature.

• Club Sandwich, Dir. Fernando Eimbcke, Mexico.
• The Great Museum, Dir. Johannes Holzhausen, Austria.
• Han Gong-Ju, Dir. Lee Sujin, South Korea.
• Joy of Man’s Desiring, Dir. Denis Coté, Canada. US Premiere.
• The Kidnapping of Michel Houellebecq, Dir. Guillaume Nicloux, France.
• The Liberator, Dir. Alberto Arvelo, Venezuela/Spain.
• Natural Sciences, Dir. Matías Lucchesi, Argentina/France.
• Of Horses and Men, Dir. Benedikt Erlingsson, Iceland/Germany.
• Starred Up, Dir. David Mackenzie, Northern Ireland/UK.
• Stream of Love, Dir. Àgnes Sòs, Hungary.
• Violette, Dir. Martin Provost, France.

Summer Showcase (11): The Summer Showcase section offers an advanced look at this summer’s most talked about independent film releases and will include highlights from the festival circuit and premieres. Films in this section are eligible for Audience Awards for Best International Feature, Best Narrative Feature or Best Documentary Feature.

• The Battered Bastards of Baseball, Dirs. Chapman Way, Maclain Way, USA.
• Cut Bank, Dir. Matt Shakman, USA. World Premiere.
• Evolution of a Criminal, Dir. Darius Clark Monroe, USA.
• Frank, Dir. Lenny Abrahamson, Ireland/UK.
• Harmontown, Dir. Neil Berkley, USA.
• Jimi: All is By My Side, Dir. John Ridley, USA.
• Land Ho!, Dirs. Martha Stephens, Aaron Katz, Iceland/USA.
• Last Days in Vietnam, Dir. Rory Kennedy, USA.
• The Last Time You Had Fun, Dir. Mo Perkins, USA. World Premiere.
• The Overnighters, Dir. Jesse Moss, USA.
• A Thousand Times Good Night, Dir. Erik Poppe, Ireland/Norway/Sweden.

Free Community Screenings (5): These films will be presented free to the public. New films in this section are eligible for Audience Awards for Best Narrative Feature or Best Documentary Feature.

• Clueless, Dir. Amy Heckerling, USA – Pre-Festival Screening
• La Bamba (1987), Dir. Luis Valdez, USA. – Dance-A-Long at Union Station
• Limited Partnership, Dir. Thomas G. Miller, USA. – Project Involve Screening
• I Am Big Bird: The Caroll Spinney Story, Dir. Dave LaMattina, Chad Walker, USA. – Grand Performances Screening
• Sherlock Jr. (1924)/Cops (1922), Dir. Buster Keaton, USA. – Grand Performances Screening

The Beyond (3): The Beyond offers films that dare to be different. Films in this section are eligible for Audience Awards for Best International Feature, Best Narrative Feature or Best Documentary Feature.

• Giuseppe Makes a Movie, Dir. Adam Rifkin, USA. US Premiere.
• Jossy’s, Dir. Yuichi Fukuda, Japan. International Premiere.
• The Well, Dir. Tom Hammock, USA. World Premiere.

Source: UP&Comers



Freya Tingley & Peri Gilpin Top Lifetime Telefilm ‘The Choking Game’

The telepic based on Diana Lopez’s novel Choke follows a teenager who flirts with disaster after being introduced to the “game” of intentionally cutting off oxygen to the brain to get high. Freya Tingley (Hemlock Grove) stars in The Choking Game as Taryn, who is just starting her senior year when a charismatic new girl claims her as a “breath sister” as they take “flights” together. Frasier alum Peri Gilpin also stars in the Lifetime Original as Taryn’s mom, who tries to help after sensing that something is seriously wrong with her daughter. Directed by Lane Shefter Bishop and written by Jen Klein, the telefilm from Orly Adelson Productions is executive produced by Jonathan Eskenas, Bishop, Marilyn R. Atlas and Adelson.

Tingley and Bishop are repped by Gersh, with Tingley additionally repped by manager Ken Jacobson. Gilpin is repped by Innovative and manager Joannie Burstein.

Source: Deadline



When we were kids, we used to believe in many different things, that as grown-ups we stopped believing. However, we have TV shows like “Once Upon a Time”, which allow us to keep believing in fairy tales.

Freya Tingley portrays Wendy Darling in the TV show. But, unlike the traditional story of Peter Pan, Wendy went to Neverland, for the second time, to save Bealfire, a boy who saved her brother Michael for being taken by Peter Pan’s shadow. So she decided to go and save Bealfire, but she was kidnapped by a mean version of Peter Pan and forced to spend the days in a cage, until Emma, Regina, and the other characters saved her.

This year, Freya is going to appear on a Lifetime movie, called “The Choking Game”, based on the book “Choke”, in which a teenager flirts with disaster after being introduced to the “game” of intentionally cutting off oxygen to the brain to get high.

She is going to portray Taryn, who is starting senior year when a charismatic new girl claims her as a “breath sister”.

In a conversation with The Outsider Argentina, Freya spoke about her moving from Australia to the United States, her character on Once Upon a Time and her newest movie “The Choking Game”.

How did you start acting?

I went to an acting class and loved it so much that from that day forth I decided to be an actor!

How was it like moving all the way from Australia to the United States?

I knew that I had to move to America because of the bigger amount opportunities and so it was a move I was eager and excited to make!

How did you get the opportunity of being part of “Once Upon a Time”?

I auditioned.

How is it like portraying such a popular character as Wendy Darling?

I never thought about Wendy being an iconic and popular character! I wanted to just bring the character to life in Once Upon a Time’s take on the character!

Despite the fact that Wendy’s story is different from the fairy tale “Peter Pan”, what do you think that will happen to your character?

No spoilers!!!

How was the experience of interpreting a deaf girl in “Beneath the Waves”, in which you had to learn sign language? Was it easy to learn or did that role mean a challenge for you?

They gave me a tape of a woman doing the sign language for my lines only! So I found it fairly simple to learn considering they don’t have the ‘ands’ and ‘buts’ and ‘its’ of the English language!

What do you like the most about acting?

I couldn’t pinpoint a particular thing about acting that I like the most as I believe that joy in any of the arts lies in the joy of creation!

Which would be your dream role?

I enjoy playing many different characters which differing personalities so I couldn’t pick one type of role!

Which are your projects for this year?

I will be playing the lead in a Lifetime movie called Choke!

Source: The Outsider





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