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Following the debut of the teaser for Tory Burch’s new fashion film, L’Américaine, directed by Dianna Agron and starring The Leftovers actress Margaret Qualley, theAn American in Paris-inspired short is now premiering exclusively on Pret-a-Reporter.
The flick tells the tale of Qualley as a young, beautiful American in the City of Light who meets a handsome Frenchman, all while highlighting the designer’s covetable Paris Capsule collection.
“I think fashion films are quite popular these days, and I think the trick is more than anything to keep it simple. If you want people to be looking at the clothes, you can’t have an overly complicated story,” Agron told Pret-a-Reporter. “My first and only concern was making sure the story was coming through and the clothes were being beautifully depicted.” And based on what we’ve seen, Agron has done just that.
To celebrate her recently opened Paris flagship store, Tory Burch designed the Paris Capsule Collection. And to fete that range of fun and flirty sportswear she, along with Glee actress and now writer/director Dianna Agron and The Leftovers actress Margaret Qualley collaborated on a feel-good short film titled L’Américaine, debuting Aug. 31.
As all great things do, this project came about quite naturally. Agron, who polished her behind-the-camera chops directing a music video last year, was having lunch with a friend at the company who asked her advice on short film budgets since they were being pitched by production companies. “I said, ‘I can do it for this,’” recalls Agron, “I was [sort of] joking — not pitching myself, not ‘you have to hire me.'” But a week later, she tells Pret-a-Reporter, “They said, ‘we’re really quite interested in your take and what you would do.’ I wrote a couple pitches and it ended up working.”
Mike Pais was so nice to share a bit of his interview with Dianna on the red carpet of Zipper at Sundance Film Festival, to celebrate the movie that will be out in theaters this weekend. Check what our lovely actress said and watch the video!
What tips do you have for resisting temptation?
Dianna: I think you have to be really honest with yourself. I think a lot of people aren’t in their relationships and their work situations and so many different arenas. I think you’re the happiest when you’re honest with yourself and what you need and want.
Glee alumna Dianna Argon has landed a lead role in Hollow In The Land, an indie drama from writer-director Scooter Corkle. She will play Alison, a tomboyish lesbian who works a pulp mill. A year after her father was put away for murder, she’s in a troubled state, but her troubles get worse when her brother goes missing. She sets out to find him. Along with her regular-then-recurring role on Fox’s Glee, Agron recently has appeared in the features Tumbledown, Bare and Zipper. She next stars in the indies Headlock and A Conspiracy On Jekyll Island. She is repped by CAA, LBI Entertainment and Hansen Jacobson.
This Paris Fashion Week feels like Dianna’s week! After attending various events in the past days for Miu Miu and Vogue, last night our beloved attended the Tory Burch Paris Flagship Opening as well as a wonderful and intimate dinner organized by Anna Wintour for Tory Burch. Dianna looked stunning in her Tory Burch red dress from the Fall/Winter 2015 collection. Many (MQ, large and high quality) pictures have been added to our gallery, but make sure to follow our Twitter @DiannaAgron_Org in case of more additions and news!
Fashion projects continue to pile up for “Glee” actress Dianna Agron, who just wrapped the London stage play about the late Lee Alexander McQueen. She said she would stay on in Paris for Tory Burch’s boutique opening during couture week, which kicks off in earnest Monday. “I directed a short film for her. It comes out in September,” she explained. French actress Lola Le Lann was testing out her English, haltingly, as she starts filming “Cities of Last Things” in December in Taipei. The Chinese production is set in the future and the past, she noted.
Starz has acquired U.S. distribution rights to the comedic love story Tumbledown, which premiered at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival.
Starz Digital said it is planning a nationwide theatrical release around Valentine’s Day, 2016 to be followed by an on-demand release, and then a pay TV premiere on Starz.
Directed by Sean Meshaw, the film stars Rebecca Hall, Jason Sudeikis, Dianna Agron, Blythe Danner, Griffin Dunne, Joe Manganiello and Richard Masur. Desiree Van Til’s original screenplay concerns a woman, played by Hall, coping with the death of her husband, who meets a New York academic, played by Sudeikis.
Kristin Hahn of Hahnscape Entertainment, Bron Studios’ Aaron L. Gilbert, and Margot Hand produced the film. Jason Cloth and Van Til served as executive producers.
Mewshaw and Van Til are managed by Anonymous Content. CAA represented the filmmakers in the deal.
A young girl in Nevada becomes romantically involved with a female drifter who introduces her to a life of stripping, drugs, and metaphysical experiences that teach her what happens when real life catches up with dark fantasy.
A young woman struggles to move on with her life after the death of her husband, an acclaimed folk singer, when a brash New York writer forces her to confront her loss and the ambiguous circumstances of his death.
A Conspiracy on Jekyll Island (2015)
Dianna as Amelia Rhondart
An ex-Wall Street man whom the Secretary of the Treasury enlists to thwart a cyber attack that threatens to derail the American economy. With the help of his wife, he recruits his rag tag team of misfits, and prepares to save the world from total financial implosion.
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