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Carrie: Предыдущая пресса закончилась здесь. Продолжаем... Тред восстановлен благодаря marishka1973

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Romi: marishka1973: Если считать , что все это сказано с иронией, то выглядит гораздо больше похоже на привычного Колина. Только, даже если исключить Уилла в LA и еще кое-что, спорные моменты все равно остаются в силе. Посмотрела на сайте этого журнала (английский вариант), у них номер текущего месяца с Джоди Фостер на обложке. В России такого вообще не было, апрельский — с Сандрой Баллок. А если учесть, что январский номер с Юлией Высоцкой, а прошлогодний июльский с Алексанром Лазаревым, то это скорее всего чисто российская самодеятельность.

Romi: movielover: Carrie пишет: Честно говоря, впечатления хоть сколько-нибудь серьезного научного психологического издания он не производит совершенно. По-моему, а я читаю Psychologies достаточно регулярно, журнал никогда не ставил себе такой цели. Серьёзное научное издание не нашло бы покупателя в киоске союзпечати. Глянца и мусора здесь меньше чем в журналах этой линии. Журнал люблю, хотя, повторюсь, номер на номер не приходится. Люблю читать Диван, колонку профессора МГУ Дмитрия Леонтьева, статьи Серван-Шрейбера, анонс книг ( это всегда литература), про здоровое питание . . Carrie пишет: Если переводчик никогда раньше его не переводил и вообще плохо представляет себе его как личность, Похоже что так. Вот откуда резкость и горчинка. А может, Колин устал от назойливого внимания? При всей публичности его профессии он человек совсем не публичный и много раз об этом говорил. А тут всем миром навалились. Представляю, как его достали!

Romi: КОФЕ’ЙНИЦА: Увидела такой материал: журнал "A Distinctive Style"№ 14, но к сожалению, что за материал и на сколько он может быть интресен не знаю. Не владею, увы, языками... click here.

Romi: Romi: КОФЕ'ЙНИЦА Спасибо! Текст статей под катом (вдруг пригодится). From Jack Frost to King By Peter Mack Colin Firth's first role was as Jack Frost in a Christmas pantomime at age 5 at his English infants school. It has been a long and much-rewarded journey from there to where he is today. He has appeared in a host of films, is now the toast of the movie industry and is the latest recipient of the Academy Award for his role as King George VI in 'The King's Speech." The King's Speech tells the story of the man who became King George VI, the father of Queen Elizabeth II. After his brother abdicates, George ('Bertie') reluctantly assumes the throne. Plagued by a dreaded stutter and considered unfit to be king, Bertie engages the help of an unorthodox speech therapist named Lionel Logue. Through a set of unexpected techniques, and as a result of an unlikely friendship, Bertie is able to find his voice and boldly lead the country into war. When asked whether he used a speech therapist while researching the role Firth replied: "Not really no, I consulted with several people. I had a dialogue coach because in a way the discovery of the stammer had to be quite personal and it had to be quite specific to this individual. It had to come from some visceral place but it also had to be very carefully monitored for the sake of the drama because if it takes 20 minutes to get a word out it will affect the pace of the film (laughs). So you have to find something, which is not only authentic and expressive, but which is also very specific to this person and what he's going through. You also have to find something that doesn't alienate the audience, that doesn't slide into some sort of pastiche, that isn't painful in a way that people resist it. This is where I had to work very closely with Tom (Director Tom Hooper). This was one of his early concerns with how to pace it and how to score it if you like. How bad it has to be here, in order for it to get to here? When are the relapses? How much can we afford to dwell in painful silences? Having established them can we perhaps afford to pick up the pace because of the humor in the film? I know there's a jokey reference that timing wasn't his strong suite, but you do have to tread a very careful line between not throwing away the humor without throwing away the stammer. Tom was very closely involved in how that would be laid out." "Having said that we did have a speech therapist come by during rehearsal who gave us very good advice in the forms it can take. My sister is a voice therapist so she was extremely helpful in terms of the exercises that can be done. For example in the montage sequence, most of those came from her consultations. But I think the best consultant I had was David Seidler the screenwriter, he was so compelling about the experience and what you do in life to negotiate around the speech problems that you have. The fact that it has a profound affect on your identity, because you don't do what you want to do, you do what you can do in a lot of cases, maybe you can't order Beef at a restaurant because you can't get the В out so you have to order the Fish. You make choices according to these limitations. That insight and what my sister gave me were definitely the most useful help I got." While preparing for this role, Firth couldn't employ his usual method of shadowing the person he was about to play. So he drew from the experiences of David Seidler, the film's screenwriter, who had grown up with speech difficulties after evacuating from Britain to the U.S. during World War II. Seidler had heard the king's speeches and was inspired by them. 'The story was as much about David Seidler as anyone Firth stated. The actor himself could identify with the role, as he had dealt with a nodule on his vocal cords in his mid-20s. Though not a stutter. Firth found it debilitating and avoided crowded rooms. He drew on these memories of how he felt to enhance his portrayal. The tale also reveals the importance of the bond that needs to be established between patient and therapist before any progress can be made. Barriers need to be broken down before treatment can even begin. The dangers of too much familiarity too soon can also cause delays in progress. Firth said: "I think what I admired most about the structure of this piece is that it doesn't pivot on one moment. Like any credible relationship portrayal it ebbs and it flows, it has breaking points, it's cyclical, it's like a marriage. You see that trust being tussled over the whole time." "The King's Speech" highlights a common condition of which many people are unaware and also shows speech conditions can be overcome. We often see people with speech impediments being teased, bullied and embarrassed by others who misunderstand or lack compassion for those less fortunate than themselves. The problem is that many people assume a person with a speech impediment is mentally impaired, too. This assumption could not be further from the truth. The more sophisticated the world becomes, the more we seem to lag behind in our understanding of stuttering and similar conditions. The word needs to be spread that speech difficulties are not mental and that we can improve the lives of those suffering from speech impediments by showing a little tenderness and kindness. Firth will appear in the 2012 adaptation of the John le Carre novel 'Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy," directed by Tomas Alfredson and starring Ralph Fiennes, Gary Oldman and Tom Hardy. "The power behind "Thе King's Speech" Interview with Jane Fraser "We have been running around like crazy for months since (The King's Speech') premiered. It's been wild," says Jane Fraser, president of The Stuttering Foundation of America. Donations to the nonprofit organization, which provides information on stuttering and referrals to the rapists nationwide, have shot up 20 percent since the movie opened. Website traffic has jumped by more than 2 million hits a month since the December premiere, and the organization was forced to add extra phone lines to keep up with the rise in calls. "People call in and say they saw the movie and finally decided to get help," Fraser says. "'The King's Speech' has brought so much attention to the world of stutterers," Fraser tells us. "David Siedler's comments at the Oscars were so meaningful for people who stutter. It gave it a realism for those that have to live with it daily. I think the other thing is that Colin Firth is such a world-class actor that is truly superb; he captured the fear that so many stutterers have, and that was quite exceptional, really." "Everyone in that movie is so sensitive and understanding and their comments throughout the last couple of months have been extremely kind," Fraser adds. Colin Firth said in so many interviews that he had so much respect for people who stutter and never realized how much they have to go through. It wasn't until he was in the role as King George VI that he realized how much courage and grace the king had, and added that he had tremendous respect for him. "While I was visiting with Colin at an event in London, he asked me numerous questions about stuttering," Jane says. One of the questions he asked was, "Why does it come and go?" Jane explained it to Colin this way: "If I put an 8-foot plank down in this room right now and told you to walk the plank, you could do it. If I lifted that plank into the air and said, 'Now, I want you to walk that same plank, you probably wouldn't be able to do it. "It's not that you can't walk; it's not that your muscles don't work; it's not that anything's broken—but you might have a fear of heights, you might be afraid to fall and break your leg," she added. "It's a great analogy for people who stutter, why don't they stutter when they're talking to their dog or cat or when they are at home in a comfortable environment. Why do they stutter during certain situations? It's because they become a little more vulnerable. I always suggest that people go to Toastmasters because there they will find that 'normal' people are terrified of public speaking. In some ways, we are all put in a situation that makes us uncomfortable; it's just that stutterers are a bit more fragile." Sixty percent of people who stutter have a family history of stuttering. Jane tells us that in her family, both her father and uncle stuttered. People who stutter process language differently than those who don't. It's especially hard for children in school because they get picked on for stuttering and that makes it worse. If teachers would talk about stuttering in class, it would help other children understand. "What we've been hearing since 'The King's Speech,'" Jane tells us, "is that a lot of children are now bragging about being stutterers because, The king was a stutterer, and Colin Firth was a stutterer and he won an Oscar for it! That makes me happy!' If someone told me a year ago that kids would think it was cool to stutter, we would have said, 'Oh, you're crazy,'" Jane adds. "I believe all of this is happening because of Colin Firth's performance," Jane says. "We have videos and very meaningful tapes about people stuttering, but they don't have the impact that this movie has. It was about a real person with a real fear, and it was presented with music and graphics—like that in the guillotine scene, when the king was approaching the microphone to give his speech with all those people staring at him." A number of famous people are stutterers, including actors, singers, sports figures and entertainers. Among them: Nicole Kidman, Emily Blunt, Bruce Willis, James Earl Jones, Carly Marilyn Monroe, Tiger Woods, Herschel Walker, Jane Seymour, Andrew Lloyd Webber, John Stossel and Winston Churchill, just to name a few. You can see the list at www.stutteringhelp.org. Conservationist Alan Rabinowitz was placed in a special education class because of a stutter. While in school, Rabinowitz would stab his hand with a pencil if a teacher approached him with a question. The pain and bleeding was nothing compared to the fear of having his entire class laugh at him. Rabinowitz went on to become an American zoologist, conservationist and field biologist, as well as the president and CEO of Panther, a nonprofit conservation organization devoted to protecting the world's 36 wildcat species. The Stuttering Foundation provides free online resources, services and support to those who stutter and their families, as well as support for research into the causes of stuttering. The foundation is the first and largest nonprofit charitable organization in the world working toward the prevention and improved treatment of stuttering, reaching over a million people annually. It also offers extensive training programs on stuttering for professionals. Call the organization at (800) 992-9392, or visit its website at www.stutteringhelp.org. Stuttering Foundation President Jane Fraser speaks with actor Colin Firth, who portrays King George VI in "The King's Speech," at a charity event and screening of the movie in London.

Romi: Romi: Colin Firth By Helen Mirren Thursday, Apr. 21, 2011 click here There are two Colin Firths, who live symbiotically within each other. First is a man of principle, action and compassion, who fights for the powerless. Second is a beloved actor in Britain and an international film star. The two sides of Colin, 50, inform each other. He can be the glamorous celebrity, but look closely at photos of him on the red carpet: there is a kindness in his eyes, an introspection and consideration. He actively pursues a deeper understanding of the world around him, and his humanitarianism gives a depth and wisdom to his performances. As Mr. Darcy in Pride and Prejudice, Colin underplayed the attractiveness of that character. Here was a man locked away within himself but with great personal standards and morality. It was a performance that made women of all ages swoon. As George VI in The King's Speech, he revealed the vulnerability and sense of inadequacy that can be found even in the high and mighty. Colin's innate decency, self-discipline and self-deprecation make him into the archetypal Englishman. His kind, thoughtful, passionate soul makes him into Everyman.

Romi: olja: Romi Каким Хелен его словами-то, все многосложные и одно другого лучше! Хелен Миррен о Колине Ферте 21 апреля, 2011 года Существует два Колина Ферта, живущие внутри него в неком симбиозе. Первый – человек принципа, действия и сострадания, который борется за беспомощных. Второй – любимый в Британии актер и мировая кинозвезда. Эти две стороны пятидесятилетнего Колина воодушевляют друг друга. Он может быть эффектной знаменитостью, но взгляните внимательно на его фото на красном ковре: в глазах – доброта, самоирония и размышление. Он стремится лучше понять мир вокруг, а его гуманизм придает глубину и мудрость его игре. Играя мистера Дарси в "Гордости и предубеждении", Колин преуменьшил привлекательность этого характера. Он сыграл человека, закрытого внутри себя, но с высокими личными критериями и моралью. От этого исполнения женщины всех возрастов теряли голову. Играя Георга VI в "Король говорит", он показал ранимость и ощущение собственной неадекватности, которые могут быть даже у сильных мира сего. Врожденная порядочность Колина, самодисциплина и самокритика делают его архетипом англичанина. Его добрая, думающая, страстная душа делает его Человеком Мира.

Romi: Галия: Romi, olja спасибо огромное! Прочитала и вся растеклась, так много хороших слов.

Romi: Carrie: Там еще и к фотогалерее его хорошие подписи, только "Вальмона" почему-то не включили. Да уж, дожили — попал в топ-100 самых влиятельных людей по версии журнала "Тайм". Что интересно, туда и Том Форд тоже попал. И еще Джастин Бибер, мда. Ну и компашка.

Romi: ДюймОлечка: Carrie пишет: И еще Джастин Бибер Да, оригиальный список, ничего не скажешь.... Вот мне всегда было интересно - каким образом выясняют влиятельность и на что может повлиять 16-летний (или сколько там Биберу лет) подросток?

Romi: marishka1973: Понравилась фраза в заставке к галерее "veteran of art-house films and rom-coms " - все же в первую очередь арт-хаус, а уж потом ромкомы (интересно, что написали бы года три назад?)

Romi: Karo: Я знаю, что эта новость уже обсуждалась, но модераторы не удаляйте, дайте на красоту полюбоваться, тем более, что я так мало пишу что особо почетно - с Бибером попал.

Romi: Намария 06.05.11 22:08 Журнал "psichologies"(психология) №61 за май 2011 года - новое интервью Колина Ферта, которое не отражено в новостях на главной стр. Его фото на обложке и внутри.

marishka1973: С разрешения модераторов, продолжаем тему Журнал "Отдохни! Имена" № 5 май 2011 На обложке Джонни Депп. Статья о Ферте на обложке не заявлена (единственная из всего журнала).


Romi: marishka1973 Спасибище! Надо приобрести. Заметила три ошибки: барон Вальмон, женитьба на Мег и Бритаская Колумбия. Нельзя слепо доверять всему, что лежит в сети.

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