"Hear the hair" met its real-life inspiration Thursday at the Hollywood Bowl, as actor Gael Garcia Bernal of the comedy "Mozart in the Jungle" led the Los Angeles Philharmonic in the overture to Mozart's "The Marriage of Figaro" for a scene for the series' upcoming second season.
Gael Garcia Bernal and Alice Braga, two performers of considerable charisma, and even soulfulness, ought to make an exemplary onscreen couple. You’d think. And the pair is certainly not wasted in “Ardor,” a visually sumptuous kind of contemporary eco-Western (sounds more complicated han it is, honest) from Argentine director Pablo Fendrik. Show More Summary
The Gael García Bernal series is a smart, charming and delightful respite from the bleakness and depravity that seems to dominate this summer.
"We must defend ourselves." Another foreign film that definitely seems worth checking out, especially if you're a fan of actor Gael García Bernal. Participant Media has debuted a US trailer for the upcoming summer release of Ardor, originally...Show More Summary
The Mexican actor and film director talks about his career and how Latin Americans are now questioning political power.
Amazon has picked up a second season of Mozart in the Jungle, the streaming service announced Wednesday. Gael Garcia Bernal, Malcom McDowell, Lola Kirke and Saffron Burrows will all return along with executive producers Roman Coppola, Jason Schwartzman and Paul Weitz. Celebs who got caught lying... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Mozart in the Jungle
Gael Garcia Bernal has been confirmed as a Qumra Master for the Doha Film Institute’s inaugural Qumra film initiative, which takes place March 6-11. Twenty-three feature films, 4 feature docus and 4 shorts will participate in an industry...Show More Summary
Gael Garcia Bernal and Malcolm McDowell square off delightfully in Amazon's newest series, Mozart in the Jungle, featuring the two as different generations of conductors for a troubled New York orchestra. As I say in my video reviewShow More Summary
Gael Garcia Bernal leads the sexiest symphony ever in Amazon’s original series ‘Mozart in the Jungle,’ a ‘Girls’ meets ‘Amadeus’ which exposes the seedy underbelly of classical music.
During Amazon Studios’ second pilot season, there were two clear winners. The first was Transparent, a poignant series that was brilliant and darkly funny from the very first preview episode. The second was Mozart in the Jungle, with its beautiful settings and talented ensemble cast. Show More Summary
Amazon has a compelling selection of television shows and movies to watch on Prime, but in terms of original… Read More
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Gael Garcia Bernal stars as the new conductor of the New York Symphony in the first trailer for Amazon Studios' 'Mozart in the Jungle'. [...]
Mozart in the Jungle stars Gael Garcia Bernal as conductor of the NY Symphony The post The Trailer For Amazon’s Mozart in the Jungle appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
The Contenders: Men of the Year-For its latest issue, DuJour features a photo shoot with a lineup of impressive actors, who delivered some of... The post Benedict Cumberbatch, Gael Garcia Bernal, Eddie Redmayne + More Sit for DuJour ‘Men of the Year’ Photo Shoot appeared first on The Fashionisto.
(out of four)Mexican actor Gael Garcia Bernal isn't Iranian. "The Daily Show" host Jon Stewart previously had neither written nor directed a feature film. But "Rosewater," Stewart's filmmaking debut that stars an effective Bernal asShow More Summary
Photograph by Mark Mann. Though Gael Garcia Bernal was well known in his native Mexico as a child actor (he even appeared in a popular soap), the fact is, he really made it big when he exploded on to the international radar with twoShow More Summary
What was it like to play a real person who was on set as much as Maziar Bahari was, standing behind the camera? You surrender to the fact that you cannot be him and that is not the exercise that this is about. The game that we are playing, we are interpreting his experience and putting ourselves in there. Show More Summary
Jon Stewart's directorial debut Rosewater has been sold in the UK and Australia as part of Sierra/Affinity's effort to peddle distribution rights to the drama beyond U.S. borders. Gael Garcia Bernal, Kim Bodnia, Dimitri Leonidas, and...Show More Summary
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