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18th Irish Film & Television Awards Nominations

The Irish Film & Television Academy (IFTA) has announced the 2022 IFTA Nominations for the Irish Academy Awards across 25 categories in Film and Drama. As a result, Jessie Buckley earned her seventh nomination for the award in the Best Supporting Actress category for her extraordinary performance as young Leda in the movie The Lost Daughter.

SUPPORTING ACTRESS FILM
Amy-Joyce Hastings – Who We Love
Caitríona Balfe – Belfast
Carrie Crowley – An Cailín Ciúin
Jessie Buckley – The Lost Daughter
Ruth Negga – Passing

As per the press release, the Irish Academy will host both virtual & physical events. A Virtual Awards event in March which will be followed by a Physical industry gathering in April, for the presentation of Awards in Dublin.

The Virtual IFTA Awards show will be hosted by the talented Actress & Comedian Deirdre O’Kane and will be broadcast on Virgin Media One on Saturday, March 12th. The Academy will shortly announce details of the upcoming Physical Event taking place in April in Dublin, to celebrate the industry along with the Awards presentations, the venue, the guests and more.

Why Jessie Buckley Doesn’t Mind Auditioning, Even After Her Oscar Nomination

BACKSTAGE — Jessie Buckley is sitting pretty with her first Oscar nomination for “The Lost Daughter,” but it took years of hard work on stage, screen, and in the classroom to get there. From reflecting on her first professional stage project to her flubbed audition for “Cats,” the rising star answers our craft and career questionnaire before preparing to stun yet again in this year’s “Men” from Alex Garland and “Women Talking” from Sarah Polley.

How did you first get your Equity card?

It was probably my first-ever job—“A Little Night Music” in London’s Menier Chocolate Factory. I was 18, and I was so out of my depth. I would usually walk off and cry because I just felt like I was so bad. But I was so lucky that I had the most amazing company who took me under their wing.

Do you still audition?

Yeah, I still audition—and sometimes I don’t. I’ve always been OK with auditioning. I quite like it. Even if you don’t get the thing that you love, you’ve at least been able to have a wicked story come across your life for four days. You’ve gotten to dip your toes in the water. You’ve got to respect that a director has a vision as well, and sometimes you’re just not the right fit. I want to see a great film, and if I’m not that thing, then brilliant.

What’s your No. 1 piece of audition advice?

I always take my lines out for a walk. I can’t sit down and learn something. They’re just crumpled pieces of paper by the time we get into the audition, because they’ll just walk around with me.

Do you have an audition horror story you could share with us?

Yes. I was doing the dance audition for “Cats” in a very clean white box with a choreographer, who I think is amazing. I just didn’t know how to be a cat. And it was a really hot day. I was already sweaty before I arrived!

What’s the one piece of advice you’d give your younger self? 

Nurture yourself in every way.

Jessie Buckley’s Leap of Faith

BACKSTAGE — One of the best tricks an actor can have in their arsenal is the ability to lean into a character’s contradictions—to play into the shades of imperfection and the hypocrisies that make them more human. To that end, Jessie Buckley is one of the most dynamic and natural on-the-rise talents working today.

A look at her latest trio of screen projects is all the proof you need. In Charlie Kaufman’s adaptation of Iain Reid’s “I’m Thinking of Ending Things,” she plays a buoyant romantic lead who’s losing the thread of her reality. On the fourth season of Noah Hawley’s “Fargo,” she plays Oraetta Mayflower, a nurse-turned–“angel of death” with an appetite for euthanizing her patients. And embodying a younger version of Olivia Colman, she stars in Maggie Gyllenhaal’s directorial debut, “The Lost Daughter,” as Leda, a scholar and mother of two for whom motherhood is an unnatural fit. (Buckley received BAFTA and Academy Award nominations for the performance.)

Her back-to-back breakouts in 2017’s “Beast” and 2018’s “Wild Rose” helped set the stage for these projects, showcasing Buckley’s ability to play a woman torn between assumed responsibility and her own desires. “She’s just the fucking best,” Gyllenhaal says of working with Buckley, calling her an “artistic sister.” “I saw ‘Wild Rose,’ which is why I wanted her to be in the movie. She’s obviously her own formidable artistic force, but she reminded me a little bit of me. I find her endlessly interesting and inspiring.”

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Jessie Buckley Faces Demons in Alex Garland’s ‘Men’ Trailer

THRJessie Buckley, having just nabbed a best supporting actress Oscar nomination for her role in The Lost Daughter, is a haunted mess in the final teaser trailer for Alex Garland’s Men, which was released Wednesday morning. Written and directed by Garland, who helmed Ex Machina and Annihilation, the A24 horror pic follows a young woman, Harper, played by Buckley, who goes on a solo vacation to the English countryside after the death of her ex-husband.

Harper just wants to be left alone. But from her first walk through the surrounding woods, she senses she is being pursued. What begins as a simmering dread becomes a nightmare where Harper sees apparitions of a character played by Rory Kinnear, in a churchyard and then a haunted house. Those sightings ignite Harper’s darkest memories and deepest fears in Garland’s feverish, shape-shifting horror film. “Why are you doing this!” the young woman screams out at one point in the trailer.

A24 will release Men, which has the poster tagline “What Haunts You Will Find You,” on May 20, 2022. The film’s cast also includes Paapa Essiedu, star of Gangs of London and I May Destroy You.

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94th Academy Awards Nominations

After so many brilliant performances, it’s with great pride and immense happiness that I report that this morning, Jessie Buckley became an Academy Award nominee in the Best Supporting Actress category for her performance as young Leda in The Lost Daughter. The film also received nominations for Best Actress for Olivia Colman and Best Adapted Screenplay for Maggie Gyllenhaal. Congratulations to the entire cast and crew of this delicate, real and impeccable project!

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In a statement published by the movie’s official social media accounts, Jessie commented:

“I am in complete shock! The Lost Daughter is so special to me. To be recognised for anything connected to it is just a wild dream come true. And to gorgeous Olivia Colman and our leader and legend Maggie Gyllenhaal, I’m so lucky to share this ride with you incredible women. Thank you!”

Be sure to watch the film that’s now available on Netflix worldwide!

Jessie Buckley, Vicky Krieps, Fiona Shaw to Star in ‘Hot Milk’

VARIETY — Jessie Buckley, Fiona Shaw and Vicky Krieps have signed on to star in “Hot Milk,” the debut directorial feature from “Colette” screenwriter Rebecca Lenkiewicz. The film is based on Deborah Levy’s best-selling novel about a mother and daughter, Rose and Sofia, who travel to a Spanish clinic in the hoping of finding a cure for Rose’s paralysis.

Shaw (“Killing Eve”) will play Rose, while Buckley, who recently appeared in “The Lost Daughter,” will play her daughter Sofia. Krieps (“Phantom Thread”) will appear as an “enigmatic traveller” called Ingrid whom Sofia becomes friendly with, much to her controlling mother’s ire. The film explores the complexities of the mother-daughter relationship against the hot and atmospheric backdrop of Almería in Spain.

Hot Milk” is in pre-production and will start shooting in Almería in Sept. 2022. Sales will launch at the European Film Market with HanWay Films representing worldwide sales rights. The movie is produced by Oscar-nominee and BAFTA Award-winner Christine Langan (“The Lost King”) and developed by Langan’s Bonnie Productions together with Film4. Farhana Bhula, Ollie Madden and Daniel Battsek exec produce for Film4.

“I couldn’t ask for a bolder, more seductive script for Bonnie Productions’ first film than ‘Hot Milk,’” Langan said in a statement. “From Deborah Levy’s hypnotic, powerful novel of longing, guilt and love, Rebecca has crafted a tense, visceral, cinematic script and brought together a magnificent triumvirate in Fiona, Jessie and Vicky. It’s inspiring to work with this deep seam of female talent and to support Rebecca’s vision as director in bringing ‘Hot Milk’ to the big screen.”

HanWay Films MD Gabrielle Stewart added: “We are such fans of Rebecca’s incredible talent and it was a joy to work on ‘Colette.’ To be launching her debut as a director is a huge privilege and ‘Hot Milk’ fits perfectly alongside her incredible female driven body of work.”

Lenkiewicz is represented by Casarotto Ramsay & Associates, Buckley by United Agents and CAA, Shaw by Independent Talent and Krieps by CAA.

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