В названии фильма в описании фильма. по всем словам полное совпадение. Показать фильмы с годом выхода. Название: Няня / Au Pair. Длительность: 96 мин.. PhD, замуж, au - pair, есть вариант (по крайней мере раньше был) податься в языковую. Ехать работать няней, учить язык, подтвердить диплом в это время. ПРОСМОТР ФИЛЬМОВ С ДАТСКИМИ СУБТИТРАМИ Se Film Onl..
J. T. O'Neal "Au Pair, Kansas" (aka "The Soccer Nanny"). J. T. O'Neal "Au Pair, Kansas" (aka "The Soccer Nanny"). What was your filmmaking background before setting out to. Au Pair, Kansas? J.
T.: I graduated with a degree in. Kansas University, though did my junior year. USC film school, but returned to Kansas to complete. Then I got an MD from Kansas. MPH (masters of public health) from Harvard, then eventually an MFA (masters.
UCLA in 2. 00. 4. Au Pair, Kansas was. I wrote while in grad school at UCLA (which, by the way, is an.
Шьем платье футляр с рельефами "принцесса". Как сшить платье с рельефами? Нет ничего проще! Моделирование платья очень простое, платье по. Няня 2 (2001) — Au Pair II. Всё о фильме : дата выхода, трейлеры, фото, актеры. Отзывы зрителей и профессиональные рецензии. Рейтинг. Общие. Американско-венгерская семейная комедия «Няня» (Au Pair) от режиссера Марка Гриффитса – это история девушки, которая решила испытать свои .
NYU's okay for. directing, USC's okay for producing, but UCLA ROCKS for screenwriting.) I made. LA (one cost less than $1. Luckily I made the major mistakes on the. I didn't really screw anything up on the feature.
Where did the idea come from and what was your writing. J. T.: One of my scripts was a finalist in the screenplay. Cinequest Film Festival in San. Jose, CA, and I. attended the festival in 2. The opening night feature, United, was about this funny Norwegian soccer player dreaming of. The star, Havard Lilleheie, was in attendance, and I met him at. He. was such a great screen presence, I knew I had to do a project for him.
So. before the luncheon meeting, I tried to figure out how I could come up with an. Havard to star in a movie. How could I get a Norwegian soccer player.
Why not make him a male au pair, that teaches the kids soccer? Why a male au. pair? Maybe the father died and the family needed a father figure. And that's. what I pitched to him. He said something like "yah, sure you will write me. I. returned to UCLA the next week, pitched this idea about a Norwegian soccer. Kansas to be a male au pair and help a.
The class (and teacher) just looked. Ten weeks later I had the first draft. Then I moved back home to Kansas to make regionally- based movies, spent a week. Oslo rewriting with Havard, then rewrote again, then the script placed as a. Austin Film Festival screenplay competition, and that got.
I shot the movie. Can you talk about how you raised your budget and your financial. J. T.: I raised $2. K from private investors.
You never know. who will invest in your movie. I was in this antique shop (knick knacks, not. Lindsborg, Kansas.
Swedish town in central Kansas. I sent him a copy of the script. He loved it. Said he'd invest. Two years later he contacts me and says he really wants to see. K. Within. two weeks I found the rest of the money, and two months later we were shooting. Lindsborg (and my Angel investor, Ron, had a supporting part in. I'll get money back on the movie.
At this point, I have an. TV and dvd), but the distributor has to sell. K before the company sees anything back. Probably won't see anything. I'm currently working on some domestic deals.
Theatrical. was way too expensive. I had great interest for theatrical distribution in.
Germany (the acquisitions person for the top art cinema chain there loved Au Pair, Kansas, but deliverables, including. K. Not going to. happen, and it didn't.) Who knew making the movie was the easiest part of the. It took me three times as long to get the deliverables together.
What camera did you use and what did you love. J. T.: I used a Red One (it was hot shit back in Dec 2. I. loved it. Amazing camera (even with the older chip.) I can't imagine how good. Reds are. Why did the movie's title change and what was. J. T.: For international distribution I decided to change the.
Au Pair, Kansas to The. Soccer Nanny. It's just too hard to translate. French term into other languages, and very few people understood what it. Even in the US, lots.
Midwest at least). The Soccer Nanny just sounds fun (and it's actually a family movie). If the. main character had been playing football or basketball (American football that. It's much better marketing internationally, to have soccer in the title, than. What was the smartest thing you did during.
The dumbest? J. T.: The smartest thing I learned was to get the best actors. I was initially going to use all local talent in Kansas. Then a friend from London (great. Sean Mc. Conville), said it's too good of script. Hollywood, there are all sorts of great. So I. did, and got the script to a casting director he used on his move The Deadline, and the casting director.
Cathy Henderson Martin, who is fantastic, by the way) liked the script and got. Traci Lords' manager, who loved the script, and got it to Traci, who. Then. with Traci attached, all sorts of other actors (including the amazing Spencer. Daniels, who played the young Benjamin. Button) signed on. I can not believe what experienced actors bring to their. I can still watch the movie and be surprised.
Traci is one of the most. I've ever seen (I didn't realize how truly amazing she. I discovered that she matched perfectly. This is a true professional. I've spent a lot of time on regular Hollywood. Peter James, is an A league Hollywood.
I take my vacations and sit in his DP's chair on movies. The only actress I've seen that hit marks better than Traci was Kathy Bates. I. can not express how professional and wonderful Traci was on set and in the. I did was hire an immigration lawyer from NYC who said she knew. Nine months after I started, and one.
I finally got the US. Havard could come from Norway to star in the movie. We had. to delay his first scene by a day, since he arrived later than planned. A few. days before we were to start filming, I didn't know if I'd get my lead actor. It was a nightmare. I should have just used someone experienced in LA (but I.
NY at the time.) It cost me more than twice as much for the work. Havard got paid to act in the movie! And, finally, what did you learn from making.
J. T.: I learned that I loved. They are totally. I'll never make another movie without an experienced producer. The best thing you can do as a director is find a great producer. It's. over four year since shooting, and I'm still (today, in fact) working with the.
I can get statements to the investors. NIGHTMARE. On the other hand, I probably. I got the movie made, and it has some type of. Oh, I forgot about.
I LOVE the movie (of course, I'm biased), and I had the pleasure of. I wanted to make, how I wanted to make it. Lastly, I paid for all cost. I call it UBO, United Bank of O'Neal), and I'll probably never see. I could have bought two new Lexus cars, or five houses.
But I got it done. I may never make another movie, but the proudest. I've ever been was hearing that's a wrap called out and the cast and crew. The main lesson I want to take to other projects: Don't use your own. Au Pair Kansas Trailer from Splice Here on Vimeo.