Natalie Portman shines as iconic first lady Jacqueline Kennedy in Pablo Larraín’s “Jackie”—but is bolstered by an equally brilliant ensemble cast that includes Billy Crudup, Peter Sarsgaard, and Greta Gerwig.
Already being lauded as one of the best films of the year and one of Natalie Portman’s finest deliveries to date, “Jackie” director Pablo Larraín discusses his approach to invigorating emotionally weighty scene work.
Character actor Beth Grant of “The Mindy Project” and Pablo Larraín’s upcoming biopic “Jackie” talks about survival jobs and the advice she wishes she’d gotten years ago.
Announced by actors Édgar Ramírez and Jenny Slate, this year’s nominees represent the very best indie film artists of the year.
Fox Searchlight Pictures’ sensational depiction of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis in the wake of her husband’s assassination is generating buzz for its director Pablo Larraín and its award-winning star.
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“Jackie,” Nobel Prize–winning playwright Elfriede Jelinek’s 2005 exegetic takedown of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, from Women’s Project Theater, is lively and dynamic if unsurprising.
Jackie Apodaca, associate professor and head of performance at Southern Oregon University, says actors are essential to the psychic health of our world.