I’ve added a UHQ Character still of Anna’s character Olivia in USA’s upcoming ‘Falling Water’. I’ve also added candids of Anna and Dane arriving for the TIFF and photos from the TIFF Premiere of ‘Two Lovers And A Bear’. Below you can find the caption for the photos, as well as gallery links. There’s also a link to Anna’s premiere diary on the Vogue Website.
TORONTO, ON – SEPTEMBER 13-14: Actor Dane DeHaan and his wife actress Anna Wood attend the ‘Two Lovers And A Bear‘ premiere during the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival at The Elgin on September 14, 2016 in Toronto, Canada. I have added HQ images to our gallery as well as Anna & Dane images of arriving in Toronto, check them out below:
— Anna Wood (@annawoodyall) September 14, 2016
I’ve added candids of Anna out and about with Dane and their cute dog Franny. Below you can find the caption for the photos, as well as gallery links.
NEW YORK, NY – AUGUST 24: Actor Dane DeHaan and his wife actress Anna Wood are seen walking their dog Franny in Brooklyn on August 24, 2016 in New York City.
We added 95 HQ screencaps from the short film ‘Jane LA’ to the gallery that Anna was in. More information about the short can be found here.
I borrowed a friend’s camera to make it; it’s shot entirely by me. It was an idea I’d had for a long time; I only really got motivated because I thought Zena [Grey] would do a good job, and that brought out the director in me. Almost every line of dialogue you here is improvised; there was absolutely no script. I just knew the scenes we needed. I would, before hitting record, throw the actors (random friends of mine) the idea they needed to convey. Occasionally I got more specific, but mostly it was “Prompt, shoot, notes, prompt again, shoot again, notes again” until I got what I needed. The end result got put in limbo as my life grew steadily more busy, but I’m happy to finally release this cut. It’s not the “SUPAR HIGH PRODUCTION VALUE SPECIAL EFFECTS WOW” type of short most directors release these days. It certainly isn’t “viral.” But I’m very proud of it as an experiment in shooting from the hip to tell a story, which is exactly what it was meant to be.
The film also stars Hadrian Belove (of the Cinefamily theater), Russell Henson and Maggie Levin, Anna DeHaan (Chronicle). The film was edited by Kim Kruse and Andy Holton.