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 Close Quarters (film d'Adam Beason & Jolene Rice)

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MessageSujet: Close Quarters (film d'Adam Beason & Jolene Rice)   Lun 14 Déc - 7:46

Jolène Rice a partagé la nouvelle avec les fans de Catherine Bell sur facebook.

Le tournage du film a été reporté au mois d'Août 2010, dû au programme charger de Catherine Bell mais aussi à cause de Lifetime apparemment si j'ai bien compris.

Jolène est si gentille de partager les nouvelles avec les fans de Catherine Bell.


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MessageSujet: Re: Close Quarters (film d'Adam Beason & Jolene Rice)   Lun 14 Déc - 13:43

Roh c'est un excellente nouvelle =)

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MessageSujet: Re: Close Quarters (film d'Adam Beason & Jolene Rice)   Lun 14 Déc - 15:04

C'est super gentil de sa part de nous tenir au courant !!!
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MessageSujet: Re: Close Quarters (film d'Adam Beason & Jolene Rice)   Dim 10 Oct - 10:59

Catherine Bell et Jolène Rice ont annoncé que le titre du film est Close Quarters et que le tournage commencerait le 1e Novembre dans le Michigan et non à Charleston comme il était prévu au départ.
Le tournage durera 3 semaines et demi et devrait se terminer aux alentours du 23 Novembre.
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MessageSujet: Re: Close Quarters (film d'Adam Beason & Jolene Rice)   Mar 19 Oct - 17:35

Extra Casting In Michigan For Lifetime Film “Close Quarters: With Catherine Bell

http://www.beforethetrailer.com/2010/10/extra-casting-in-michigan-for-lifetime-film-close-quarters-with-catherine-bell/
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MessageSujet: Re: Close Quarters (film d'Adam Beason & Jolene Rice)   Dim 24 Oct - 21:38

Jolène Rice a twitté qu'ils avaient trouvé l'acteur qui jouerait le mari de Catherine Bell dans Close Quarters.
Il s'agit d'Anthony Michael Hall
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MessageSujet: Re: Close Quarters (film d'Adam Beason & Jolene Rice)   Ven 31 Déc - 16:36

Un nouvel article sur le film avec quelques photos


TV movies like Lifetime's 'Close Quarters' are quietly grabbing a big share of production work in Michigan


On a chilly night in November, inside a vast building at the Gateway Industrial Center in Detroit, the cast and crew of "Close Quarters" are shooting a scene with actors dressed in combat gear.

The set consists of a small makeshift structure with rugs and a couch inside and dirt spread on the ground outside. When the cameras roll, a burst of fake gunfire can be heard. Nearby, Anthony Michael Hall of "The Breakfast Club" fame, who's costarring in the made-for-TV movie, watches as the action unfolds

As Hall points out, this is a little bit of movie magic. Metro Detroit is doubling for Afghanistan -- and, in other scenes, for Alexandria, Va. -- in the Lifetime original movie, which will air in 2011.

In "Close Quarters," Catherine Bell of Lifetime's "Army Wives" plays a suburban wife and mother who has kept quiet about her previous life as a military special-ops agent. But she must confront her past when her husband (Hall) is taken hostage and she sets out to save him.

This isn't your typical woman-in-peril movie -- it sounds more like a small-screen cousin to Angelina Jolie's "Salt." And the behind-the-scenes crew has several feature film veterans. The director is Ernest Dickerson, who has helmed many TV shows and movies and also did the cinematography for "Do the Right Thing" and other Spike Lee films. The cinematographer is Steven Bernstein, whose movie work includes 2003's "Monster" with Charlize Theron and 1992's "Like Water for Chocolate." The cast includes Mekhi Phifer, who starred with Eminem in "8 Mile."

The executive producer is Gale Anne Hurd, whose credits include the "Terminator" movies, "Aliens" and "The Incredible Hulk." Recently, she has been working on AMC's hit series "The Walking Dead."

Small budgets, critical acclaim

"Close Quarters," which has wrapped production here, is more than an action thriller with impressive credentials. It's one of a number of TV movies being made in Michigan, often without much fanfare.

When a big feature film like "Real Steel" with Hugh Jackman comes to town, it's a hot topic of conversation. But TV movies sometimes come and go without attracting much attention, like "Secrets in the Walls," a scary movie that aired in October on the Lifetime Movie Network; "Perfectly Prudence," a Jane Seymour film that hits the Hallmark Channel on Jan. 8, and "Smooch," which premieres Feb. 5 on the Hallmark Channel.

Like independent films, basic cable movies have smaller budgets -- usually they're in the $2 million to $4.5 million range, according to Hurd. But TV movies shot here under the state's tax incentives probably have won as much critical acclaim as larger feature film productions.

Lifetime's "Prayers for Bobby" and TNT's "Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story" received Emmy and Screen Actors Guild nominations -- and Sigourney Weaver of "Prayers for Bobby" also got a Golden Globe nod. Ruby Dee's performance in Lifetime's "America" was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild award. HBO's "You Don't Know Jack" won two Emmys and is competing for Screen Actors Guild and Golden Globe prizes in January.

Hurd compares the writing on television now to the golden age of TV drama and points to acclaimed directors working in the medium, like Martin Scorsese of "Boardwalk Empire" and Frank Darabont of "The Walking Dead."

"You find more of an independent voice, I think, on television now than you do in features," she says.

Investment in talentDuring a night of filming on "Close Quarters," time isn't wasted. When one scene ends, Dickerson and crew members walk to a nearby set in the same building to begin work on another scene.

Hurd, who worked on 2010's "The Wronged Man" with Julia Ormond for the Lifetime Movie Network, was drawn to Michigan by an influential Hollywood opinion shaper -- word of mouth. Her husband, Jonathan Hensleigh, was here in 2009 directing "Kill the Irishman," a 1970s period piece about gangsters in Cleveland. "He's the one who recommended that we come here," she says.

The script for "Close Quarters" is by Jolene Rice and Adam Beason, who is Bell's real-life husband. It's a chance for Bell, who has studied martial arts, to play an action role. "I love being a female 'Bourne Identity'-type character," she says.

Bell says having Hurd on board was a sign that the project was going to be something different. "I thought, wow, this is cool, because this is a female action hero and the woman that knows female action heroes more than anyone else is Gale Ann Hurd," says Bell between scenes.

Hurd says Michigan's filmmaking incentives should be thought of as an investment in the future. "There's an infrastructure that's developing now and there's terrific acting talent here," she says, noting that it takes time for any state to build a workforce of many movie crews with filmmaking experience.

"It takes years. I started working for Roger Corman in his sort of Corman school," she says, referring to the producer-director originally from Detroit who helped launch the directing careers of Francis Ford Coppola and Ron Howard, among others. "And you don't learn it overnight."


http://www.freep.com/article/20101231/ENT03/12310309/1322/Lifetimes-Close-Quarters-among-movies-made-in-Michigan
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