Last summer, Jon Stewart took a break from The Daily Show in order to work. Specifically to work on directing his first movie, Rosewater, based on the 2009 story of a Iranian-born journalist (played by Gael Garcia Bernal) who returned home to cover the national election only to be jailed... More »
Premiering at the 2014 Telluride Film Festival is Jon Stewart's Rosewater, his directorial debut based on a true story he was involved in about Iranian journalist Maziar Bahari, played by Gael García Bernal. The film tells a rather straightforward...Show More Summary
Jon Stewart should maybe not quit his night job, but this is a story that needed telling.
Jon Stewart's directorial debut Rosewater has a trailer. The adaptation of the Maziar Bahari book Then They Came For Me: A Family's Story Of Love, Captivity And Survival stars Gael Garcia Bernal as Bahari, the BBC journalist who left London in June 2009 to cover Iran's presidential elections. Show More Summary
Starring Gael Garcia Bernal as journalist Maziar Bahari
The highly-anticipated film is based on the true story of a journalist Maziar Bahari (played by Gael Garcia Bernal), who was captured during the 2009 Iranian election protests and held on suspicion of espionage. Read the full article...Show More Summary
'The Daily Show' host Jon Stewart makes his directorial debut with 'Rosewater' starring Gael Garcia Bernal as journalist Maziar Bahari. [...]
Around this time last year, Jon Stewart got back to work at The Daily Show after taking most of the summer off to direct a movie he wrote. Here is that movie, Rosewater. Based on a true story, Gael García Bernal plays Iranian-Canadian journalist Maziar Bahari, who was covering the Iranian elections in... More »
On the heels of the first poster for Jon Stewart's "Rosewater," which HuffPost Entertainment debuted earlier on Thursday, comes the film's first trailer. Gael Garcia Bernal stars as Maziar Bahari, a journalist who was arrested and tortured in Iran for 118 days in 2009. Show More Summary
The film is the directorial debut of Jon Stewart, and is based on the true story of a journalist (Gael Garcia Bernal) who was captured and imprisoned in Iran. He was held for 118 days while tortured on suspicion of espionage, beforeShow More Summary
EW has released the first images of Jon Stewart’s directorial debut, ROSEWATER. The Daily Show host took a leave of absence last summer to helm a film based on the true story of journalist Maziar Bahari, played by Gael Garcia Bernal. Read...Show More Summary
Hot on the heels of yesterday’s release date announcement, Jon Stewart‘s directorial debut Rosewater has just revealed a few first-look pics. Gael Garcia Bernal leads the fact-based story as Maziar Bahari, an Iranian-Canadian journalist who imprisoned and tortured for 118 days in Iran. Show More Summary
The 20th edition of the event will also welcome Michel Hazanavicius, Gael Garcia Bernal, Mike Leigh and Michael Winterbottom. read more
Oscar-winning director Danis Tanovic and designer and filmmaker Agnes B. will also receive the festival's Heart of Sarajevo honors at the festival's 20th edition next month. read more
The great Mexican actor Gael Garcia Bernal was less than impressed, tweeting back his response which he also later deleted. via Yahoo Sports Following the Netherlands' controversial 2-1 win against Mexico, the Dutch airline KLM decided...Show More Summary
Bernal for Icon–Photographed by Eugenio Mazzinghi, Mexican actor Gael Garcia Bernal covers the May issue of Spanish magazine Icon. Bernal promotes The Ardor by director Pablo Fendrik, which will be shown during the Cannes Film Festival. Show More Summary
When Thierry Frémaux announced the Official Selection lineup for the Cannes Film Festival a few weeks ago, he noted that (as usual) a handful of further titles would be added. Today, the festival has confirmed that André Téchiné’s L’Homme Qu’on Aimait Trop will run Out of Competition. Show More Summary
The jury includes the actresses Carole Bouquet of France, Leila Hatami of Iran and Jeon Do-yeon of South Korea; the Mexican actor and director Gael García Bernal; and the director Sofia Coppola, among others.
Blinded by the Duplass.
"Mozart in the Jungle" -- a satirical look at the classical-music world that stars Gael Garcia Bernal as a thinly veiled parody of conductor Gustavo Dudamel -- has been picked up by Amazon, the online retailer announced this week.