Jeremy Irons at the 2016 Ischia Global Film and Musica Festival

Jeremy Irons is in attendance at the 2016 Ischia Global Film and Music Festival.

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Jeremy Irons at the Toronto Film Festival 2015

Jeremy Irons was at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival, to premiere his films High-Rise and The Man Who Knew Infinity.

High-Rise had it’s Gala World Premiere at the Elgin/Winter Garden Theatre’s Visa Screening Room on Sunday 13 September.

The Man Who Knew Infinity had its Gala World Premiere on Thursday 17 September at Roy Thomson Hall.

Jeremy also participated in Q&A sessions about both films.

Toronto 2015: Ben Wheatley on ‘High-Rise’ and Cult Filmmaking – from Rolling Stone

TIFF: ‘The Man Who Knew Infinity’ – The Genius of Srinivasa Ramanujan – from Biography.com

TIFF: In Defense of the Conventional Movie, from ‘Spotlight’ to ‘The Man Who Knew Infinity’ – from Indiewire.com

Shinan Govani: Jeremy Irons, Salma Hayek and the Sutherlands ‚Äď not a bad way to wrap up TIFF¬† – from The Globe and Mail

Jeremy Irons says Alfred in ‘Batman v Superman’ ‘completely different’ – from the Toronto Sun

VIDEO – Jeremy Irons and Dev Patel on Canada AM

VIDEO – The Loop – Dev Patel and Jeremy Irons on the Red Carpet for “The Man Who Knew Infinity”

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Jeremy Irons at the 2015 Charlie Chaplin Comedy Film Festival

Jeremy Irons was in Waterville, Co. Kerry, on Friday 21 August 2015, for a screening of his film Trashed.  Jeremy also spoke about the film.

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Jeremy Irons at the 2015 Champs-Elysees Film Festival

Jeremy Irons was the co-President of the 2015 Champs-Elysees Film Festival, which ran from 10-16 June 2015.

Jeremy was in attendance at the opening ceremony of the 4th Champs Elysees Film Festival at Publicis Champs Elysees on June 9, 2015 in Paris, France. (see photos in the gallery below)

Three of Jeremy’s films were screened during the festival: Dead Ringers, Margin Call and Damage.

Jeremy had also selected two films Рone in English and one in French Рto be screened at the festival: Being There and La Nuit Américaine (Day for Night).

Jeremy conducted a Masterclass on Monday 15 June, moderated by Béatrice Thomas-Wachsberger.

Jeremy was a guest on the radio programme “A la bonne heure!” Here’s the link to the podcast.

Jeremy Irons on RTL Radio France “A la bonne heure!”

Complete information can be found at the Champs-Elysees Film Festival website.

Many, MANY more photos can be found on the Jeremy Irons .net Facebook Page

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Jeremy Irons Interview with Paris Huitieme du Mairie 8

Read the original French language text HERE and on the image below.

What does Champs Elysees evoke?

Jeremy Irons: Les Champs-Elysees, this mythical place where we all dream to go! I always chose hotels near Avenue des Champs-√Člys√©es in Paris for my vacations I like¬† itswide sidewalks, its auto showrooms, Fnac, and of course, its cinemas. There are also those small restaurants in the adjacent streets where you can lunch or enjoy quiet caviar. I remember a meeting with Claude Lelouch in his office above one of the cinemas. His office was filled with old cameras. Finally, although the avenue is often too full of tourists, my favorite pastime is to settle down in a caf√© and watch the world go incognito.

Why did you agree to be President the fourth edition of Champs-Elysées Film Festival?

JI: “My wife and I have always loved to come to Paris and we love to see movies. So why deny an opportunity to combine the two?

What do you mean by the expression “Independent“?

JI: “For me, the” independent phrase speaks for itself. Neither producers nor committee team of writers, and no pressure from the studios to complete a project. Just a group of filmmakers who tries to tell his story in his own way. My experiences acting have always been happier when I was working on this kind of films.

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Jeremy Irons to Be President of 2015 Champs-Elysees Film Festival

Jeremy Irons will be in Paris from June 10 to 16, as President of Champs-Elysees Film Festival 2015.

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For its 4th edition, Champs-√Člys√©es Film Festival returns this year from June 10 to 16 in all of the Avenue theaters!

With a rich and eclectic program, renowned international guests, audacity and a lot of energy, Champs-√Člys√©es Film Festival is needed today as the first Franco-American film festival in Paris.

For its 4th edition, Champs-√Člys√©es Film Festival is pleased to welcome Jeremy Irons all week. This is the perfect opportunity to see or review 3 of his cult films:

‚ÄĘ Margin Call, Thursday, June 11 at 18:00 at the Gaumont Marignan
‚ÄĘ Damage (Fatale), Friday, June 12 at 14:00 at Balzac
‚ÄĘ Dead Ringers (Faux-semblants) on Monday, June 15 at 15:45 at Publicis

Cult films and 2 selections Jeremy Irons itself: Being There directed by Hal Ashby and Day for Night (La Nuit Americaine) directed by François Truffaut.

A Master Class is also organized for 18:00 Monday, June 15 at Publicis, after the screening of Dead Ringers, where fans can come and ask their questions.

Discover all programming, guests and other information www.champselyseesfilmfestival.com .

Also, “like” the Champs-Elysees Film Festival 2015 Facebook page and follow @CEfilmfestival on Twitter for updates.

 

Jeremy Irons to be Honoured at 2014 Marrakech Film Festival

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Post Updated 1 December 2014

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Jeremy Irons will be honoured with a career tribute at the Marrakech International Film Festival, in December 2014.

On Saturday 6 December at the Palais de Congres – Salle des Ministries, at 18:00 is the Tribute to Jeremy Irons.

Also on Saturday, at 18:30 at the Cinema Le Colisee, Reversal of Fortune will be screened.

Monday 8 December there will be a special outdoor screening of Die Hard with a Vengeance at the Place Jema El Fna, at 18:00, and Jeremy Irons will be in attendance.

Tuesday 9 December – 20:30 at the Palais des Congres – Salle des Ambassadeurs – The French Lieutenant’s Woman will be screened.

Wednesday 10 December – Palace Jema el Fna – 18:00 Appaloosa will be screened. (Jeremy’s Appaloosa co-star Viggo Mortensen is also being honoured at this year’s Marrakech Film Festival.)

Thursday 11 December – Palais de Congres – Salle des Ambassadeurs – 20:30 – Dead Ringers will be screened.

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Festival organizers called Oscar winner Irons ‚Äúone of the best-loved actors among film fans the world over,” citing The Mission, Dead Ringers and Reversal of Fortune as just a few of his memorable screen moments that will be remembered during the festival, parts of which are broadcast live on national television.

Irons will join French actress Isabelle Huppert at the North African festival, where she will serve as president of this year’s jury. Remaining jurors and the competition selection will be announced soon. The Marrakech Film Festival runs Dec. 5-13.

Jeremy Irons at the 2003 Marrakech Film Festival

Jeremy Irons to Present Glenn Close with Sundance Vanguard Leadership Award

Jeremy Irons will be in New York City on 4 June 2014 :

Wednesday, June 4, 2014 7:00-10:30 p.m. Stage 37 508 West 37th Street New York, NY 10018 West 37th Street and 10th Avenue

Wednesday, June 4, 2014
7:00-10:30 p.m.
Stage 37
508 West 37th Street
New York, NY 10018
West 37th Street and 10th Avenue

Glenn Close will be honored at the Sundance Institute Celebration benefit on June 4, 2014 in New York for her distinguished career in entertainment and continuing advocacy of, and participation in, independent films. The Sundance Institute Vanguard Leadership Award will be presented to her by her longtime friend Jeremy Irons, with whom she has worked in film and on stage, in projects including The Real Thing, Reversal of Fortune and House of the Spirits.

More information HERE.

Jeremy Irons at the 2013 Open City Docs Festival

From Open City Docs Blog:

Open City Docs Fest 2013 finished on Sunday evening with an awards ceremony hosted by Jeremy Irons. After four days of events, including film screenings, workshops, panel discussions, master classes amongst others, festival goers congregated in the Cinema Tent to hear Irons give the verdict on the award nominees.

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As guests sipped on Aspall’s Cuv√©e Chevalier or Beefeater Gin cocktails, Irons explained that he and his fellow jurors had faced some tough decisions. Open City Docs Fest’s bold programming – covering a wide range of viewpoints and stories and exploring cinematic and political issues – had led to an extremely high standard of beautiful and thought-provoking films.
Jurors included:

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Anne Applebaum
BAFTA Award-winning director and producer Molly Dineen
Sundance Award-winning director Kim Longinotto
Emmy-winning director of digital documentary Highrise, Katerina Cizek
Producer of Into the Abyss, Andre Singer
Director Brian Hill (Secret History of Our Streets).

After detailing exactly what it was that separated the wheat from the chaff, and set an Open City Docs award-winning documentary apart from its rivals, Irons proclaimed Matthew’s Laws, directed by filmmaker Marc Schmidt the winner of the Grand Jury Award.

Award winners:

Grand Jury Award
Winner: Matthew’s Laws, directed by Marc Schmidt
Emerging International Filmmaker Award, sponsored by Aspall Cyder
Special mention: Wonder House, directed by Oonagh Kearney
Winner: Karaoke Girl, directed by Visra Vichit Vadakan
Emerging UK Filmmaker Award, sponsored by The British Council
Winner: Black Out, directed by Eva Weber
Best City Film Award, sponsored by Publica
Winner: The Venice Syndrome, directed Andreas Pichler
Best Short Documentary Award, awarded by the London Short Film Festival
Winner: The Whistle, directed by Grezgorz Zariczny
Special mention: FilmStripe, directed by John Blouin
MyStreet Awards, awarded by the Grand Jury
Winner: Richard, directed by Matt Hopkins
2nd prize: Niche in the Market, directed by Rod Main
3rd Prize: Blaenau, directed by Eira Wyn Jones

We at Open City Docs Fest would like to congratulate all the nominees and also give our thanks to our excellent juries.

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Photo via @thisisjukebox on Twitter

Photo via @thisisjukebox on Twitter

‘Night Train to Lisbon’ Berlinale Press Conference

BERLIN, GERMANY – FEBRUARY 13: Jeremy Irons attends the ‘Night Train To Lisbon’ press conference during the 63rd Berlinale International Film Festival at the Grand Hyatt Hotel on February 13, 2013 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Andreas Rentz/Getty Images for BMW)

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