by on October 10,2013

The gallery has been updates with missing on the set photos from Mia’s newest project “Maps to the Stars”. The scenes she shot included those with Julianne Moore and Robert Pattinson.



by on September 9,2013

2 weeks ago Mia were at 2013 Venice Film Festival where she was to premiere her upcoming movie “Tracks”. She attended both the photocall and premiere as well as Terrazza Maserati event.




by on September 9,2013

At the beginning of last month Mia arrived at the world premiere of “The Turning” held in Melbourne, Australia. She directed one of the shorts in the series of films, which featured some star-studded participants including Cate Blanchett and Rose Byrne.



by on September 9,2013

Mia stars in the “The Double”, which is loosely based on the Fyodor Dostoyevsky novella of the same name. The first trailer for the film gives viewers a glimpse inside the mind-bending tale, set to a tune by the legendary bluesman Son House, called “Grinnin’ in Your Face.”



by on August 8,2013

On the heels of Venice’s opening-night film “Gravity” comes another dramatic tale of female isolation and empowerment in one of the most inhospitable environments imaginable. Adapted from Robyn Davidson’s memoir of the same name, “Tracks” is a vastly engaging chronicle of the author’s 1700-mile journey across the Australian Outback in 1977 with her dog Diggity, four ornery camels and infinite clouds of dust, beginning in Alice Springs and ending at the Indian Ocean. Along the way, she naturally encounters all manner of danger, from wild bull camels (Australia has 50,000 of the feral beasts roaming its interior) to her own physical and emotional limitations.

Julia Roberts was one of many actresses attached to “Tracks” during its long, difficult journey to the big screen, but it’s Mia Wasikowska who impressively rises to the challenge of portraying Davidson, an unremarkable 27-year-old who mostly remains an enigma throughout the story. She has baggage – her mother hanged herself when she was nine – but Davidson’s reasons for making this extreme, solitary trek remain as vague and indeterminate as they likely were to her at the time. “People ask me and I say, ‘Why not?'” says Wasikowska at the start. No need to go much deeper than that, and the film doesn’t beyond outlining Davidson’s unquenchable thirst for solitude. Curran (who also directed “The Painted Veil” and “Stone” although this is superior to both) keeps the psychoanalysis to a minimum, which some may find frustrating.

Early sequences chart Davidson’s chaotic, protracted acquisition of three camels (which become four after one gives birth), and her initial encounters with Rick Smolan (Adam Driver), a manic National Geographic photographer who helps land her a commission with the magazine to fund the journey, only to become a frequent irritant (as well as part-time lover) as he crops up now and then to photograph Robyn on her journey through some of the bleakest, most unforgiving terrain on the planet.
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