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2019 SIFFORUM Agenda


 

Shanghai International Film Festival first held its industry panel in 2004 when a Chinese film industry was on the boom. Today, SIFFORUM, along with Awards, Panorama and Film Market, constitute the four tentpole of the festival. Its growth has witnessed the innovation and development of Chinese films, and it is a representation of changes of the film scenes in Shanghai, China and abroad.

For most of the international film festivals, industry panels are put under the overarching frame of film market, while master classes are held by filmmakers who already have a film in the lineup. SIFFORUM, in comparison, is originally and independently curated by the organizing committee with an eye on the popular as well as the avant garde. It is also a channel for policy announcement and a platform of education and entertainment, where the government, the industry and the academics meet and exchange.

The brand and characteristics of Shanghai International Film Festival determine the operational style and recurring motif of SIFFORUM, which, in turn, promotes the brand of the Festival and assists the development of the industry. Each year in June, at the gate of Shanghai Film Center, in the lobby of Crowne Plaza Shanghai,  cinephile and accredited guests could easily bump into peers and respected professionals. SIFFORUM will bring together people who has an interest in either the cinematic art or the film industry, with more than ten panels held throughout seven days, to inform and to inspire. 



Opening Session: Chinese Film Industry Summit

 

Time | 10:00-12:00

Date | Sunday, June 16

Venue | Jin Jue Ballroom, Crowne Plaza Shanghai

 

In 2018, the national film market continued to maintain a booming development trend, especially domestic films accounted for 62.15% of the total box office, further consolidating the dominant position of the market. With the continuous improvement of people's appreciation, the market gradually tends to be rational, and word-of-mouth driving box office has become a reality.

On the 70th anniversary of People’s Republic of China, how could Chinese filmmakers persist in their pursuit of excellence? How could they find inspirations in the people's lives and make films with a distinct Chinese cultural undertone? This forum invites leading figures of Chinese film industry to look forward to the golden age of cinema where China translates its size to strength.

 

Moderator

Sherwood Hu | Director; Professor; Doctoral Advisor at Jiaotong University

 

Guest Speakers

CHENG Wu (Edward Cheng) | Vice President, Tencent; Chief Executive Officer, Tencent Pictures

FAN Luyuan | Alibaba Digital Media & Entertainment Group Rotating president;

YOUKU President; Alibaba Pictures Chairman & CEO

JIANG Ping | General Manager of China Film Co., Ltd.; National Class-A Director

REN Zhonglun | Chairman, Shanghai Film Group; Chairman, Shanghai Film Co., Ltd.; Professor

WANG Changtian | Chairman, Enlight Media

YU Dong | Founder, Chairman, and CEO, Bona Film Group Company Limited

ZENG Maojun (John Zeng) | President, Wanda Media Co., Ltd. & Wanda Fil



Meet the Film Producers - Behind the Curtain of Hits and Indies

 

Time | 14:00-16:00

Date | Sunday, June 16

Venue | Jin Jue Ballroom, Crowne Plaza Shanghai

 

Producers are the core of film production. They are specialists who have thorough understanding of the industry.

Without bias, producers treat their film as a product whether it is studio production or independent film, and keep in mind factors which could affect its production line including target audience, marketing, and distribution.

A capable producer is expected to master both art and technique while being good at operation and management.

This panel invites well-acclaimed filmmakers to share their practical experience and interpret the cultivation of a producer. The following topics will be covered: collaboration with directors, film funding, co-production, international marketing and distribution.

 

Moderators

Ronan Wong | Vice President, Film / TV, Endeavor China

XIE Meng | Producer and Curator, CEO of Rediance and Partner of Blackfin Production

 

Session 1: Big Studio Film Production

 

Guest Speakers

Ellen R. Eliasoph | [U.S.] President & CEO of Perfect Village Entertainment

JIANG Wei | [China] Senior Assistant to President, Wanda Film Group; General Manager, Wanda Media

Siddharth Roy Kapur | [India] Producer of DANGAL; President of Producers Guild of India; Founder & Managing Director of Roy Kapur Films; Former Managing Director of The Walt Disney Company India and CEO of UTV Motion Pictures

YE Ning (Jerry Ye) | [China] VP and Board Member of Huayi Brothers Media Group; CEO, Huayi Brothers Pictures

 

Session 2: Indie/Art-house Film Production

 

Guest Speakers

Tomm Moore | [Ireland] Co-founder and Creative Director of Cartoon Saloon; Producer of THE BREADWINNER, Producer & Director of SONG OF THE SEA

Elaheh Nobakht | [Iran] Producer and Distributor; Her producing credits went to Berlinale, IDFA and Karlovy Vary International Film Festival

NAI An | [China] Producer & Actress; Long-time producer of Chinese filmmaker LOU Ye (SUZHOU RIVER; BLIND MASSAGE)

Radosław Smigulski | [Poland] Director of Polish Film Institute; His producing credits include COLD WAR which competed at Cannes main competition and the Oscars in 2008



Efficiency and Efficacy of Film Industrial System

 

Time | 10:00-12:00

Date | Monday, June 17

Venue | Jin Jue Ballroom, Crowne Plaza Shanghai

 

Building an effective industrial standard system is the way for Chinese film industry to grow. However, standardization is not stylization. Industrialization does not only mean large scenes, large production and large investment. It is an upgrade of industry ecology on both conceptual and practical level. This forum explores how to break through the existing supply and demand relationship of the film industry and standardize production capacity, hiring process and technology. How could we establish scientific process management and production standards, and reduce the uncertainty and ensure safety within a mature system? How could we establish a professional investment and financing system and a sound risk management system to make capital and films supplement each other?

 

Moderator

Ronan Wong | Vice President, Film / TV, Endeavor China

 

Guest Speakers

Frant Gwo | Director, Writer, Producer; Director of THE WANDERING EARTH

LIU Zhengshan | Executive Deputy Secretary-General and Office Director, Researcher of the National Film Think Tank of the Beijing Film Academy(BFA)

James Li | Ph.D.; Co-Founder of Fanink Research

Michael Ma | Partner with PwC

Simon West | Director of SKYFIRE

 

 

Think Tank:Fanink Research



Cinema x Technology x Future: Sci-Fi Film beyond Reality and Imagination

 

Time | 13:30-15:30

Date | Monday, June 17

Venue | Jin Jue Ballroom, Crowne Plaza Shanghai

 

 

Ever since the first science fiction film A TRIP TO THE MOON made its way to the silver screen in 1904, our fantasies about the extraterrestrial world had been a classic theme of cinema. 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY is a milestone in modern science fiction film technology. Its advanced concept and technology are still unsurpassable today. In 2019, THE WANDERING EARTH marked the beginning of a new era of China’s science fiction cinema, bringing sci-fi to the center of public attention. This forum invites outstanding creators of sci-fi films at home and abroad to discuss what kind of mission and emotional sustenance science fiction carry. From an international perspective, what kind of changes are happening? What kind of new technology and special effects are emerging? How could we promote the industrialization of Chinese film industry and advancement of new technologies? How could we give our sci-fi a global perspective and make it a bridge between our civilizations?

 

Moderator

Stanley Qiufan Chen | Science Fiction Writer; Founder of Thema Mundi Studio

 

Guest Speakers

Roland Emmerich | Director; Scriptwriter; Producer; Director of INDEPENDENCE DAY, GODZILLA

Paul J. Franklin | Director; Visual Effects Supervisor of INTERSTELLA; VFX supervisor for INCEPTION

LIU Peng | Dean and Chief Scientist, Maoyan Research Institute

TENG Huatao | Director; Scriptwriter; Executive Producer and Producer; Director of SHANGHAI FORTRESS

ZHANG Xiaobei | Scriptwriter; Director 


 

Co-Organizer: Yoozoo Pictures

Data Support: Maoyan Entertainment, Maoyan Research Institute



The Belt and Road Film Culture Roundtable Talk: Film Festivals in Focus

 

Time | 10:00-12:00

Date | Tuesday, June 18

Venue | Jin Jue Ballroom, Crowne Plaza Shanghai

 

In addition to the “Big Three”, what other influential film festivals are there in the world? How do filmmakers come up with their own festival strategy and choose the most suitable film festival platform for personal growth and their films’ promotion? How to get informed on global film industry by participating in a film festival? 

How can the film festival strengthen its connection with the film industry? With deeper participation in distributing films, how can the festivals ensure its independence on awarding? From programming to publicity, how could the festivals better expose the films to the right audience and industry professionals? Has the development of online streaming platform like Netflix affected the film selection and screening of the festivals?

Over the past ten years, quite a few of the world-renowned auteur directors including Brillante Mendoza, JIA Zhangke, Emir Kusturica and Cristian Mungiu have founded their own film festivals. How is a film director managing film festival like? What do their film festivals have in common in terms of function and vision, and what makes them unique from other festivals?

Cinephiles, filmmakers, film festival organizers, programmers, distributors, and publicists, etc. in all make a film festival work. On this panel, they will sit down and discuss the central role festivals play in today’s film industry, and exchange ideas on the crucial issues affecting the film festival world. 

 

Guest Speakers

Andriy Khalpakhchi | General Director, Kyiv International Film Festival

Alessandro Raja | CEO and Co-founder of Festival Scope & Festival Scope Pro

Brillante Mendoza | Philippines film director; Founder of Sinag Maynila Independent Film Festival

Francesca Via | General Manager, Rome Film Festival

FU Wenxia | Shanghai International Film Festival

Ilda Santiago | Executive Director, Festival do Rio

Marge Liiske | Head of Industry, Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival

Nazhat Shaikh | Director Finance, National Film Development Corporation of India (NFDC)

Stefan Laudyn | Festival Director, Warsaw Film Festival

Samuel Jamier | Executive Director, New York Asian Film Festival


 

Data Support: Maoyan Entertainment, Maoyan Research Institute



Golden Goblet MasterClass: In Conversation with Nuri Bilge Ceylan

 

Time | 10:00-12:00

Date | Thursday, June 20

Venue | Jin Jue Ballroom, Crowne Plaza Shanghai

 

Golden Goblet Master Classes are sessions with each of the Jury President of Shanghai International Film Festival Golden Goblet Awards (Main Competition) where they share their professional experiences and offer guidance to the participants of the event.

With only eight features and one short film to his credit, the Turkish filmmaker and photographer Nuri Bilge Ceylan has become one of the most respected names in world cinema, a contemporary master. Join the Jury President of the 22nd Shanghai IFF Golden Goblet Award on this master class if you ever wonder how the auteur has delivered the signature Ceylan style.

 

Presenter

Nuri Bilge Ceylan | Turkish director; Jury President, 22nd Shanghai International Film Festival Golden Goblet Awards (Main Competition)

 

Guest Moderator

Ahmed Shawky | Deputy Artistic Director, Cairo International Film Festival; Film Critic



Publication of CHINA FILM INDUSTRY REPORT & Reinvigoration: Inheritance and Innovation of Mainstream Films

 

Time | 14:00-17:00

Date | Thursday, June 20

Venue | Jin Jue Ballroom, Crowne Plaza Shanghai

 

China Film Industry Report is the annual bluebook of film industry written by domestic film industry researchers of China Film Association. It has been published for 13 years, and has become a highly recognized professional research report. Based on data analysis and research in the fields of policy environment, investment and financing, production technology, cinema construction, box office, publicity and distribution, audience study and strategic development, the report make predictions and strategic analysis. This forum will also release the international version of the China Film Industry Report.

 

Moderator

WANG Dan | Director of the Industrial Research Division of the China Film Association, editor-in-chief of THE RESEARCH REPORT ON CHINESE FILM INDUSTRY (Blue Book of the Year), Director of the Academic Forum of the China Golden Rooster and Hundred Flowers Film Festival

 

Guest Speakers

Michael Ellis | President & Managing Director, MPA Asia Pacific

William Feng | Vice President of Asia Pacific & Head of Greater China, MPA

LIU Fan | Researcher at Chinese National Academy of Arts, Advisor for Master Students studying Film and Television

LIU Jia | Film Distributor, Expert on Chinese Film Industry and Film Market

RAO Shuguang | Head of Film Center, China Federation of Literary and Art Circles; Head of China Film Critics Association

 

 

Co-Organizer: China Film Association



Reinvigoration: Inheritance and Innovation of Mainstream Films

 

Time | 15:00-17:00

Date | Thursday, June 20

Venue | Jin Jue Ballroom, Crowne Plaza Shanghai

 

In recent years, new mainstream films that both achieved box office successes and conveyed mainstream values emerged. Through sophisticated cinematography techniques, delicate narrative structure and stylized marketing, new mainstream films have found its own channel of cultural expression. What was the development path of mainstream film? What mainstream culture needs to be passed down? How do the new mainstream films explore new subject matters and enrich the emotional lives of its character? This forum will invite outstanding Chinese filmmakers to discuss the current development status and the innovation path of new mainstream films.

 

Moderator

LI Zhenlin | Chairman of School of Film and Television of Shanghai Theatre Academy, Dean of Graduate School of Shanghai Theatre Academy, Professor, Ph.D., Supervisor

 

Guest Speakers

LI Shaohong | The President of the China Film Director’s Guild; the Fifth Generation Director; Director of BLUSH

YIN Li | National Class-A Director of China Film Group Corporation; Vice President of China Film Association

SU Lun | Director; Scriptwriter; Director of How Long Will I Love U

WEN Muye | Director; Scriptwriter; Director of DYING TO SURVIVE

ZHAO Ninyu | Professor of Beijing Film Academy; Scriptwriter; Director; Actor; Scriptwriter of THE FOUNDING OF AN ARMY

 

 

Co-organizer: China Film Association



Game On: Film Derivatives

 

Time | 10:00-12:00

Date | Friday, June 21

Venue | Jin Jue Ballroom, Crowne Plaza Shanghai

 

Moderator

LIU Haibo | Professor, Shanghai Film Academy

 

Topic 1: New extension of film IP and consumer items

 

Relying on film IP, the radiation of Chinese film promotes the value growth of multiple fields including creative design and industrial manufacturing. Films enrich their derivative products, promote the quality improvement of supply-side products, and drive the overall growth of consumer market. In this dialogue, professionals will jointly explore innovative ideas for film derivatives.

 

Guest Speakers

FU Xiaoran | General Manager, Marketing, Alifish & Alibaba Pictures

Nae Ikezawa | Business Strategy Department General Manager, BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment (SHANGHAI) Co., Ltd.

Kermid Rahman | Vice President & General Manager Consumer Products Commercialization, The Walt Disney Company, Greater China and Korea

Fresh Zhang|Head of Ancillary Business,Pearl Studio 

ZHU Hairong | Vice General Manager of Beijing China Film Marketing Co., Ltd.

 

Topic 2: The new pattern of film IP and location-based entertainment

 

With the increasing maturity of Chinese films, the industrial chain is further extended. Through IP incubation and derivation, theme parks, film and television bases and other location-based entertainments have received more and more attention. How does location-based  entertainment with films as foundation develop into a new landmark of cultural-traveling consumption? How can the film industry drive the growth of other industries and consumption area with the development and evolution of the whole industrial chain? In this dialogue, representatives from China location-based entertainment will share development strategies, discuss and explore its development direction in China.

 

Guest Speakers

CHEN Jianyu | Ningbo Screen Industrial Park Committee Chairman of the Board

LI Yuhao | President Assistant of Sunac Culture and General Manager of Content and Investment Center

YU Zhiqing | Vice President and Secretary General of Shanghai Radio, Film and Television Industry Society; Founder of Yangtze River Delta Film and Television Shooting Base


 

Topic Collaborator: Entertainment Capital



Shanghai-Hong Kong Film Cooperation & Exchange

 

Time | 13:30-15:00

Date | Friday, June 21

Venue | Jin Jue Ballroom, Crowne Plaza Shanghai

 

From Xu Anhua’s AFFAIR OF HALF A LIFETIME, Kwan Kam-Pang’s SONG OF REGRET to Karwai Wong’s 2046, many Hong Kong films have the imprint of Shanghai culture. Shanghainese dialect, cheongsam, stone gates and symphony constitute the typical Shanghai image in Hong Kong films. As there had been a large number of successful Shanghai-Hong Kong co-productions, what new themes could be explored? How does the golden brand “produced in Shanghai” have an effect on Shanghai-Hong Kong co-productions? After many years of collaboration, how did Shanghai and Hong Kong production companies integrate and complement each other? This forum invites film professionals from Shanghai and Hong Kong to share their experience of Shanghai-Hong Kong collaboration programs and their thoughts on how to promote the resource sharing and win-win co-productions.

 

Moderator

WEI Junzi | Producer; Scriptwriter; Documentary Director

 

Guest Speakers

Felix Chong | Director; Scriptwriter; Director of PROJECT GUTENBERG

Stephen Lam | Independent Producer; Producer of OUR TIME WILL COME

REN Zhonglun | Chairman, Shanghai Film Group; Chairman, Shanghai Film Co., Ltd.; Professor

Danny Wei | CEO, Shanghai Project Banana Filming Co., Ltd., aka Banana Pictures

 

 

Collaborator: Inyou Insight



Talent Cultivation for the Ever-Changing Film Industry

 

Time | 15:30-17:30

Date | Friday, June 21

Venue | Jin Jue Ballroom, Crowne Plaza Shanghai

 

Chinese filmmakers have put forward higher requirements for film education in their artistic pursuit. What kind of talents will the film industry need the most in the next decade? How does film education keep up with the pace of film industrialization in China? In an age of media convergence, what opportunities and challenges do educators face as they prepare their students for the industry? This forum invites leading figures and experts in the film industry to make an in-depth discussion on how to improve the film education and cultivate talents with international caliber according to the development trend of the industry from the perspective of supply and demand of professionals.

 

Moderator

JIANG Weimin | Executive President of Shanghai Vancouver Film School

 

Guest Speakers

Richard Anderson | Scriptwriter; Director; Producer; Academy Award Winner for Best Sound Mixing

CHEN Daming | Director; Scriptwriter; Actor; Art Director of Shanghai Vancouver Film School

GAN Chao | Vice President of the Big Youku Business Group of Alibaba Entertainment Group

GONG Geer | Producer; Scriptwriter; Scriptwriter of THE WANDERING EARTH

Philip Li | Film Producer; Producer of CLOUD ATLAS, THE REVENANT and ASSASSIN’S CREED

Resul Pookutty | Sound Designer; Academy Award Winner for Best Sound Mixing; Sound Design for SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE

Michael Shamberg | Film Producer; Producer of DJANGO UNCHAINED

YUAN Ye | Co-Founder of Light Chaser Animation Studios; Producer of TEA PETS, CATS AND PEACHTOPIA; Supervisor of WHITE SNAKE

 

 

Co-Organizer: Shanghai Vancouver Film School



SIFF MasterClass

 

May 2019, Cannes. THE TRAITOR won critical acclaim from all. The film was released in the "Belt and Road” Film Week of Shanghai International Film Festival in June. Marco Bellocchio, an 80-year-old director & winner of Venice Lifetime Achievement Award, will bring the star of his film to Shanghai.

 

February 2019, Berlin. Nadav Lapid’s film won the Golden Bear. We invited him to join us at SIFF MasterClass. Nadav Lapid, who is an Aries, replied immediately: Ok, see you in Shanghai!

 

November 2018, Egypt. The Cairo Film Festival Organizing Committee received us and led us to the Khan El Khalili Souq old market. The mosque minaret lit its first light in twilight. In the dim light, we found Mendoza, and the little actor who played in MA' ROSA. They smiled at us to send their greetings.

 

In Cairo, Mendoza told us about his new film and introduced us to the Filipino Film Festival, which he founded five years ago. He was the happiest when he talked about helping local young directors. His sincerity, simplicity and willingness to share impressed us the most. We immediately decided to ask him to come to Shanghai and meet his fans.

 

September 2018, Iran. We searched for images of masters in the National Film Museum in Tehran, and thought of presenting a Masterclass for an Iranian filmmaker. At the beginning of the preparation process for the 2019 Shanghai International Film Festival, Peyman Yazdanian was the first master confirmed for the SIFF MasterClass

 

Directors, soundtrack masters, screenwriters, actors. We recognized the storm and were as excited as the sea. , Da weiß ich die Stürme schon und bin erregt wie das Meer.



SIFF MasterClass with Peyman Yazdanian: The Power of Music in Cinema

 

Time | 13:30-15:00

Date | Tuesday, June 18

Venue | Jin Jue Ballroom, Crowne Plaza Shanghai

 

Peyman Yazdanian

Born in Tehran, Peyman Yazdanian is an Iranian music composer, pianist and master of film score. Peyman began learning piano at the age of six, and graduated from the Sharif University of Science and Technology in Tehran with a major in Industrial Management. As a composer, he has written over forty pieces for solo piano and has composed for both national and foreign featured films, including those by directors Masoud Kimiaei, Abbas Kiarostami, Kamal Tabrizi, and Asghar Farhadi.

Since 2006, he has been working with Chinese film directors LOU Ye, LI Yu, LI Ruijun, etc.. which won him twice Best Original Film Music at the Golden Horse Awards.



SIFF MasterClass with Brillante Mendoza: Directing Seminar

 

Time | 15:30-17:00

Date | Tuesday, June 18

Venue | Jin Jue Ballroom, Crowne Plaza Shanghai

 

Brillante Mendoza

Brillante Mendoza is one of the most prominent and important Filipino filmmakers today. He is the first Filipino to compete and won in 3 major international film festivals. His film, CAPTIVE, competed in Berlin International Film Festival in 2012, while TIRADOR (SLINGSHOT) won the Caligari Film Award in 2007. THY WOMB, on the other hand, won the La NavicellaVenezia Cinema Award in Venice Film Festival in 2012, while LOLA was nominated for the Golden Lion in 2009.

His most notable achievement is when he won the elusive Best Director in Cannes Film Festival for the film, KINATAY in 2009.

In 2016, his film MA' ROSA won the Best Actress Award (Jaclyn Jose) in Cannes Film Festival. The film has been Philippines' entry to 2017 Oscars.

Known to his peers as Dante, he started as a Production Designer in various films and Television advertisements. In 2005, he founded Centerstage Productions (CSP), an independent film production outfit that aims to rethink and rebrand Filipino cinema by producing meaningful and relevant films.



SIFF MasterClass with Nadav Lapid: Directing Seminar

 

Time | 10:00-12:00

Date | Wednesday, June 19

Venue | Multi-purpose room, 3/F, Building 3, #200, West Yanan Road

 

Nadav Lapid

Nadav Lapid, a film director and a writer, born in Tel Aviv, studied philosophy at the University of Tel-Aviv, moved after his military service to Paris and back to Israel, to study cinema in Sam Spiegel film school.

His first feature, POLICEMAN, won the jury award at the Locarno Film Festival 2011. POLICEMAN won more than twenty awards in international film festivals, among them "best film" in Bafici and San Francisco film festival.

His second feature film, THE KINDERGARTEN TEACHER, an Israeli-French coproduction premiered in Cannes film festival in 2014. The film won since then twenty international awards, selected as one of the ten best films of 2015 by the N.Y Times critics. The American remake of The Kindergarten Teacher premiered in Sundance, starring: Maggie Gyllenhaal and Gael Garcia Bernal.

His new feature film, AHED’S KNEE, a French production, produced by Les Films du Bal and by ARTE cinema, will be shot in December 2019 in the south of Israel.

Nadav was a jury member in the special jury of Cannes 2016 Critics week, and in Locarno film festival 2015.

 

JI Xiaojun

JI Xiaojun is a host of CGTN. His voice opened and closed the Beijing Olympic Games, the World Expo in Shanghai, the Asian Games in Guangzhou, and the World Universiade in Shenzhen. He won the "Golden Microphone Award" in 2012, the highest national award in broadcasting in China.

 

 

Co-Organizer: Shanghai Theatre Academy, Shanghai Film Association


SIFF MasterClass

Actress on Actress: Emily Beecham & YONG Mei


Time | 13:30-15:00

Date | Saturday, June 22

Venue | Jin Jue Ballroom, Crowne Plaza Shanghai


Celebrating the best film performances of the year by paring the two actresses who ruled the Best Acting category at two of the world’s most coveted film festivals: Cannes and Berlinale. They will interview each other about their craft and work, and give revelations through candid conversations about themselves as performers, women, and human.


YONG Mei

YONG Mei is a Chinese actress. She was known for THE ASSASSIN, YONG STYLE, etc.. Her 2017 performance in WANG Xiaoshuai’s SO LONG, MY SON won her the Best Actress Award in the 69th Berlin International Film Festival in 2019, making her the first woman from Mainland China in the festival’s history to be recognised.


Emily Beecham

 

Emily Beecham won the prestigious Palm d’Or Best Actress award for her performance in LITTLE JOE, becoming the third British woman in the festival’s history to be recognised. Emily was universally lauded for her leading role in DAPHNE. Her previous credits include THE CALLING, HAIL CAESAR and 28 WEEKS LATER.

 

 

 

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