We have added additional production stills of “A Little Chaos“, “Suite Française” and “Far from the Madding Crowd” in our gallery. We also replaced a few posters & key-art and stills of these movies with better quality.
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Focus Features has announced the U.S. release date for “A Little Chaos“. The movie will be released on June 26. Deadline is reporting the following story:
Focus Features’ alt distrib label Focus World has added two titles to its 2015 slate, A Little Chaos which will open June 26 in theaters and on VOD and Cop Car which will be released this summer in theaters and VOD day-and-date. Directed by and starring Alan Rickman, A Little Chaos follows Sabine (Kate Winslet), a strong-willed and talented landscape designer, who is chosen to build one of the main gardens at King Louis XIV’s new palace at Versailles. In her new position of power, she challenges gender and class barriers while also becoming professionally and romantically entangled with the court’s renowned landscape artist André Le Notre (Matthias Schoenaerts). The film closed out last year’s Toronto Film Festival.
The movie will be released on April 17 in the U.K.
Lionsgate UK release the second trailer for “A Little Chaos” earlier this week. We have added the trailer in our video archive and high definition screencaptures of the new scenes in our gallery.
Madame Sabine De Barra (Kate Winslet) is an unlikely candidate for landscape architect of the still‐to-be-completed Palace of Versailles. She has little time for the classical, ordered designs of the man who hires her, the famous architect Le Nôtre (Matthias Schoenaerts). However, as she works on her creation, she finds herself drawn to the enigmatic Le Nôtre and forced to negotiate the perilous rivalries and intricate etiquette of the court of King Louis XIV (Alan Rickman). But Sabine is made of strong stuff; her honesty and compassion help her to overcome both the challenges of her newfound popularity, and an unspeakable tragedy from her past, to win the favour of the Sun King and the heart of Le Nôtre.
The first two production stills featuring Matthias in “A Little Chaos” have been added in our gallery.
Additional high quality production stills of “Suite française” have been added in our gallery. We also added Posters & Key-Art of “A Little Chaos“, “Far from the Madding Crowd“, and “The Loft” in our gallery.
Focus Features pulled “A Little Chaos” from the U.S. schedule and no new date has been announced yet. Variety is reporting the following story:
Focus Features has removed historical drama “A Little Chaos,” starring Kate Winslet, from its March 27 release date and has not set a new date.
Focus gave “Chaos” the March date when it announced the acquisition in late September, a few weeks after it closed the Toronto Film Festival.
Alan Rickman directed the film from a screenplay he wrote with Alison Deegan and Jeremy Brock. Winslet stars with Stanley Tucci in the story of a female landscape designer tasked with overseeing part of the Versailles gardens. Rickman also plays King Louis XIV.
he film was financed by Lionsgate U.K. and BBC Films in Scandinavia.
The movie is expected to be released on April 17, 2015 in the U.K.
Lionsgate UK released the first trailer for “A Little Chaos” last week. We have added the trailer in our video archive. Matthias stars alongside Kate Winslet, Alan Rickman and Stanley Tucci. We have added the high definition screencaptures in our gallery. The movie will be released March 27, 2015 in the US and April 17, 2015 in the UK and premiered earlier this year during the Toronto International Film Festival.
Madame Sabine De Barra (Kate Winslet) is an unlikely candidate for landscape architect of the still‐to-be-completed Palace of Versailles. She has little time for the classical, ordered designs of the man who hires her, the famous architect Le Nôtre (Matthias Schoenaerts). However, as she works on her creation, she finds herself drawn to the enigmatic Le Nôtre and forced to negotiate the perilous rivalries and intricate etiquette of the court of King Louis XIV (Alan Rickman). But Sabine is made of strong stuff; her honesty and compassion help her to overcome both the challenges of her newfound popularity, and an unspeakable tragedy from her past, to win the favour of the Sun King and the heart of Le Nôtre. Produced by Gail Egan and Andrea Calderwood. Directed by Alan Rickman. Screenplay by Alison Deegan, Alan Rickman and Jeremy Brock.
Deadline is reporting that Focus Features acquired “A Little Chaos” and are aiming a March 27, 2015 release in the US.
Focus Features has taken North American rights to TIFF closing night romantic drama A Little Chaos, starring Kate Winslet and Matthias Schoenaerts. Alan Rickman directed the story of a strong-willed landscape designer chosen to build one of the main gardens at King Louis XIV’s palace at Versailles. Rickman also co-wrote the Lionsgate UK and BBC Films production with Alison Deegan and Jeremy Brock and stars along with Stanley Tucci and Danny Webb. Focus has set a March 27, 2015 stateside release while Lionsgate UK handles its UK debut early next year. Rickman’s first film as director since 1997’s The Winter Guest is produced by Gail Egan and Andrea Calderwood for Potboiler Productions and Bertrand Faivre for The Bureau. Zygi Kamasa, Guy Avshalom, Nick Manzi, Christine Langan, Ray Cooper, Norman Merry, and Richard Wolfe are executive producers. Focus also took Scandinavian rights as the deals closed during TIFF. Focus Features’ Lia Buman, President of Acquisitions, and Beth Lemberger, Executive Vice President of Business Affairs negotiated the deal with CAA on behalf of Lionsgate UK and Potboiler Productions. Lionsgate International is handling foreign sales.
The BFI London Film Festival (LFF) announced it’s official line-up earlier today and “A Little Chaos” is part of the Gala selection. Matthias co-stars alongside Alan Rickman, Kate Winslet, Stanley Tucci, and Helen McCrory. The first screening will be held on October 17 followed by two more screenings the following days. The festival runs from October 8-19 and tickets go on sale from Monday September 8. For more information about the festival be sure to head over to BFI.org!
A Little Chaos – UK distribution Lionsgate UK
A landscape gardener with instinct and flair, Sabine De Barra (Kate Winslet) is the breath of fresh air that the stuffy geometry of Versailles needs. Brought in by strict garden chief André Le Nôtre (Matthias Schoenaerts), a man who prizes order above all, she is soon charming all she meets and innovating with fresh approaches to shrubbery. But there is intrigue at the Court of King Louis XIV, a vipers nest of gossip and skullduggery, where Helen McCrory gives a delicious turn as a woman with a grudge. For his sophomore feature Alan Rickman has fashioned a spritely period romp, demonstrating a confident feel for the material – an original script from first-time screenwriter Alison Deegan. There is much pleasure taken in the wit and flow of royal society; Rickman himself plays King Louis XIV with a dry bemusement that will delight fans, while Stanley Tucci is in fine flamboyant form. But the film’s greatest strength lies in its emphasis on women and their relationships, with a sublime performance from Winslet that invests immense emotional grit into Sabine, a woman struggling with her own personal demons. As André becomes aware of her charms, so too will audiences, making A Little Chaos a treat for green-fingered romantics. Let them greet Kate!
The Toronto Film Festival has announced it’s first slate of movies that are part of their line-up and “A Little Chaos” is part of the Gala Presentations line-up. Matthias stars in the movie alongside The 39th annual Toronto International Film Festival will run from September 4-14. The movie will have it’s first screenings on September 13 followed by another screening the next day. It was also announced that “The Drop” is also part of the official line-up. Be sure to head over to the official website for more information about the festival and tickets.
A Little Chaos | Gala Presentations
Commissioned to construct King Louis XIV’s garden at Versailles, a landscape designer (Academy Award winner Kate Winslet) battles professionally and romantically with the king’s chief architect (Matthias Schoenaerts, Rust and Bone), in this sumptuous historical drama from actor-director Alan Rickman.