28 December 2009

There's a few photos of Felicity Jones from her new movie, Cemetery Junction, at movies.about.com

10 December 2009

Felicity Jones is in the January 2010 issue of Vanity Fair magazine pictured with her Cemetery Junction co-stars Christian Cooke and Tom Hughes.

Photo credit to the Ricky Gervais' website: http://www.rickygervais.com/vanityfair_cj.html

And many thanks to Tim for letting me know about the article.

2 December 2009

Thanks to Enrique for sending in a Felicity Fix. First of all here is a synopsis of her new movie Albatross:

Seventeen year old force-of-nature Emelia starts a new job at The Cliff House, a small hotel run by the dysfunctional Fischer family. Beth Fischer, also seventeen, is cramming for her exams in a desperate bid to escape to University. Dad Jonathan is an author. Once the bright young thing of the literary establishment, he is now suffering interminable writer's block. Wife Joa runs the hotel Jonathan bought with earnings from his first book. She resents it, him, and everyone around her as she gave up her 'promising career as an actress' for this.

Emelia is an aspiring writer; believing she is following in the footsteps of her great-grandfather Sir Arthur Conan-Doyle. Jonathan sees promise in Emelia and begins to tutor her, but their relationship quickly crosses the pupil-teacher line and they embark on a love affair. At the same time, Emelia and Beth strike up a surprise friendship: Emelia's free-spirit helps Beth learn to let her hair down and Emelia is inspired by Beth's determination and focus.

Secrets are revealed as the threads of the story collide and unravel. Can Emelia get rid of the Albatross that hangs round her neck and rewrite herself?

Credit: http://www.britfilms.com/britishfilms/catalogue/browse/?id=54F6C8051b7192C37BGhQ24C61A0

And here are eight photos of Felicity Jones in WONDERLAND magazine. I believe it is the November 2009 British talent special.

Credit: http://www.gosee.de/news/photo/office36-actrice-felicity-jones-in-wonderland-illus-fuer-vogue-nippon-lx-mag-spirit-of-hope-kollektion-und-cook-it-baby-agentur-kochtour-8132

4 November 2009

Thanks to Enrique for sending in the following. There's a video of Fliss from Wonderland Magazine at vimeo.com/7413255. Source: benrayner.blogspot.com.

And here are a couple of Fliss photos.

As reported on my blog Albatross starts shooting in the Isle of Man this week.

16 October 2009

Found this news today on the Daily Mail webpage:

Watch out for... Julia Ormond, Sebastian Koch and Felicity Jones, who are in negotiations to star in a movie called Albatross, which will be directed by Niall MacCormick, who made the TV drama about young Mrs Thatcher, The Long Walk To Finchley, with Andrea Riseborough. Albatross is about a failed writer, a beach house and a young woman. Filming will take place on the Isle of Man. Mr Koch was in the award-winning film The Lives Of Others.

Source: www.dailymail.co.uk

8 October 2009

More finds from Enrique. Firstly there is a Felicicity Jones photoshoot by Ben Rayner at benrayner.blogspot.com.

Secondly heres a photo from 'Esquire's 60 Brilliant Young Brits Dinner hosted by Esquire editor Jeremy Langmead. June 18th, 2009'

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More info at www.esquire.co.uk

2 October 2009

Here's a photo of Fliss at the gala screening of "The Invention of Lying" held at BAFTA on 1 October.

25 September 2009

Just realised that the Cheri DVD is out in the UK this week! I've a bit slow on it...

24 September 2009

There's a Fliss article at starworksny.com.

10 September 2009

Fliss to appear in "A House Not Meant to Stand"...

The Donmar Warehouse is staging rehearsed readings of two of Tennessee Williams’ lesser-known plays to complement its current run of A Streetcar Named Desire, which stars Rachel Weisz and Elliot Cowan (See 1st Night Photos, 29 Jul 2009).

On 14 September, Alun Armstrong, Felicity Jones, Alison Steadman, Denis Lawson, Obi Abili, Tom Riley, Tim Steed and Una Stubbs will perform Williams' final play A House Not Meant to Stand (1982), directed by Donmar associate director Jamie Lloyd.

Then, on 15 September, Róisín McBrinn will direct Nigel Harman, Claire Foy, Christian Contreras, Nigel Cooke, Garry Cooper, Nicky Henson, Rory Keenan, Lauren O’Neil, Con O’Neill, Robert Rees, Stark Sands, Paul Shelley, Sara Stewart and Benny Young in a reading of Williams' second full-length play Fugitive Kind, written in 1937.

Source: www.whatsonstage.com

4 September 2009

Enrique sent in more goodies...

Rotten Tomatoes Visits the Set of Cemetery Junction:

Article: www.rottentomatoes.com

3 Meadowlands photos

18 July 2009

Enrique sent in more goodies.

Vogue's Secret Address Book launches

Credit: www.thefirstpost.co.uk

"HANG UP" Performance on 3 May 2009

Info & credit: www.hightide.org.uk

THE CHALK GARDEN - Geraint Lewis Photography

Some images at pa.photoshelter.com.

And finally some wallpapers here and here.

14 July 2009

The BBC went on location to look at Cemetery Junction and you can see the footage at the following link. Felicity can be seen and heard!

www.felicity-jones.com/2009/07/first-look-at-cemetery-junction.html

Thanks to Lissa.

25 June 2009

As usual Enrique has found the goods.

First here's 'Behind the scenes' of Cheri.

www.traileraddict.com/trailer/cheri/behind-the-scenes www.traileraddict.com/trailer/cheri/behind-the-scenes-2

Here's a little interview at www.telegraph.co.uk.

And finally four Cheri photos.

27 May 2009

Enrique send in these three photos from The Chalk Garden.

13 May 2009

Enrique send in links to a bunch of Cheri premiere videos...

...and also a Brideshead Revisited video interview...

...and also these five images...

You may have noticed that I'm now using one of those new images as my logo for this page.

In other developments Felicity's new movie The Men at the Pru is now being called Cemetery Junction.

8 May 2009

A bunch of Fliss news stories have appeared as Cheri gets it's premiere in the UK.

The face: Felicity Jones

She made her TV debut aged 12 and secured a continuing role as the “strumpet” Emma in The Archers three years later. But while Felicity Jones, 25, can still play precocious teenagers, her new Hollywood agent plans to take the actress far beyond Ambridge.

Jones gave up parties while studying for her English degree at Oxford. In Chéri, the new Stephen Frears film that has its premiere tonight, she plays a virginal heiress.

Now signed to the Creative Artists Agency in LA, Jones has won the female lead in Ricky Gervais’s new film, The Men at the Pru.

Source: women.timesonline.co.uk

There's a number of photos of Fliss at the premiere at www.zimbio.com.

Russell Brand brightened up the set of upcoming film The Tempest, says his co-star Felicity Jones.

Read the full story at www.thisisbristol.co.uk.

Felicity: Michelle is a good sport

Read the full story at www.google.com/hostednews.

Rupert Friend takes centre stage at Cheri premiere. In the absence of Michelle Pfeiffer and his own leading lady Keira Knightley, who was ill at home, Rupert Friend and his co-star Felicity Jones presented new film Cheri at its London premiere on Wednesday.

Read the full story at www.hellomagazine.com.

Thanks to Lissa for telling me that there are Cheri premiere photos at www.felicity-jones.com.

26 April 2009

Veronica sent in a link to a gallery of Felicity in Servants at pub50.bravenet.com.

There is a clip from Chéri at www.empireonline.com

17 April 2009

Felicity's next job is in The Men at the Pru...

British actress Felicity Jones has signed to play the female lead in Ricky Gervais' 1970s insurance-world dramedy "The Men at the Pru."

Jones will play Julie, who is led to believe by the men around her that a woman should focus on raising a family but who wants to break out and pursue a career in photography.

The picture, from the Sony International Motion Picture Production Group, which is designed to cultivate local production, is set to shoot in the summer in the U.K. It revolves around three men in their 20s who work at an insurance company (Pru is short for Prudential). Gervais is writing, directing and producing with "Extras" collaborator Stephen Merchant.

Jones has had roles in a number of high-profile British pics, starring last year in Julius Jarrold's "Brideshead Revisited" for Miramax, in the specialty division's upcoming Stephen Frears' period romance "Cheri," and Julie Taymor's femme-centric retelling of "The Tempest."

Jones has also just signed with CAA in the U.S. She continues to be repped by Independent Talent Group in the U.K.

Source: www.hollywoodreporter.com

Enrique send in these photo links.

Veronica sent in a link to a gallery of Felicity in The Worst Witch at rachael.hp.infoseek.co.jp.

15 April 2009

Big thanks to Veronica for sending in a link to a gallery of Felicity photos. There's a lot of photos there that I've never seen before. Check out felicity-jones.org/photos.

10 April 2009

Here's a new Felicity article from the Daily Mail.

Ambridge was never like this!

Felicity Jones has had quite a time travelling the world to make movies with Michelle Pfeiffer and Helen Mirren. But she always returns to Ambridge. 'I've been doing it now for ten years - it would be weird not to,' said Felicity who plays love-cheat Emma Grundy in the broadcasting institution The Archers.

Away from fictional village life, the 25-year-old has become one of the most versatile of our rising stars.

Last year, she held her own opposite Penelope Wilton and Margaret Tyzack in Michael Grandage's acclaimed Donmar production of The Chalk Garden. Next month sees the Oxford graduate sharing the big screen with Ms Pfeiffer, Kathy Bates and Rupert Friend in Stephen Frears's sumptuously costumed and photographed movie Cheri, based on the novel by Colette. Mr Friend plays Cheri, the pampered son of a courtesan who is tutored in the art of high-living and much else by Pfeiffer, a refined artisan.

But Cheri is pushed into an arranged marriage with Edmee, a virginal heiress, played by Felicity with a quietly determined edge.

Actually, it's the relationship between Edmee and Cheri that, for me, gave the movie some spark. 'Edmee's so young, and her mother has used her as a commodity - to marry her off when she becomes useful.

She seems quite a victim but she has her own way of asserting herself,' Felicity noted, adding: 'She loves Cheri but is petrified at the same time.' In the movie, Friend wears more make-up than Felicity.

'He's beautiful. I love the vanity of his character, it's as though he's been petted and treated like a little boy.'

After shooting Cheri, Felicity hurled herself into Julie Taymor's idiosyncratic film version of The Tempest, with Helen Mirren playing Prospera, Felicity as Miranda and Ben Whishaw as Ariel. It was a project that called for rehearsals in London, studio work in Brooklyn and location filming in Hawaii Then it was back to Ambridge.

'Ed and Emma are supposed to be in domestic bliss at the moment, and in radio terms happiness in love probably isn't the best thing,' she observed, before adding slyly: 'I have just been recording some episodes to be broadcast later this month.' Hit that dial!

Source: www.dailymail.co.uk

20 March 2009

More finds from Enrique. There's a trailer for Felicity's movie Cheri at www.cherithemovie.co.uk.

There's also a nice new photo:

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18 March 2009

Thanks as always to Enrique for sending in these photos of Fliss.

Felicity Jones, Luke Treadaway and Harry Treadaway attend the after party on press night for "Over There" at the royal court theatre, London, England on the 6th March 2009.

Felicity attends the 2009 Laurence Olivier awards at Grosvenor House, London, England on 8th March 2009.

Felicity Jones attends the after party on press night for "The Chalk Garden" at the Covent Garden community centre, London, England on the 11th June 2008.

28 February 2009

Enrique found another offer to see what now seems to be called A Northern Soul in Birmingham on 2 March at the Birmingham Library Theatre. Check out birmingham.gumtree.com. He also found this poster image:

17 February 2009

Felicity fans in Newcastle can see her new movie for free tomorrow (18 Feb). Soul Boy (formally Souled Out) will be shown in the Empire cinema at 17:50. For details see newcastle.gumtree.com Thanks to Enrique for finding it.

11 February 2009

Felicity's new movie Cheri has had it's premiere at the Berlin film festival. There are a few reviews online at www.reuters.com, www.variety.com ("Other roles are mostly bits, with Jones getting only a few scenes to sketch the girlish Edmee.") and timesonline.co.uk.

7 February 2009

Enrique sent in a link to a gallery of Cheri images at www.cinempire.com. One of the photos on that page features our Felicity.

Lissa found the same photo of Felicity at www.felicity-jones.com.

4 February 2009

The Guardian newspaper has an interview with actress Nichola Burley in which she talkes about filming Souled Out with Felicity Jones:

This summer, Nichola's due to grace our cinema screens again in Souled Out, a zesty tale of love rivalry set against the backdrop of the 70s Northern Soul scene.

"I knew nothing about Northern Soul before we started," she admits. "I didn't even realise all these songs I knew were Northern Soul. When I first watched a video clip from the Wigan Casino or wherever I was amazed at the energy of their dancing, how it was spontaneous but choreographed at the same time. It's funny how the men would all try to outdo each other with their moves while it was the girls who just pranced about looking pretty."

In Souled Out, Burley appears alongside another rising British female star, Felicity Jones (Brideshead Revisited). The two have become fast friends. "She's such a sweet girl, really intelligent, really switched on. She's a bit older than me so she's like a model for where I'd like to be in couple of year's time. It's weird because I'd love to do the whole period thing while she wants to play more gritty characters."

Source: www.guardian.co.uk

16 January 2009

Lissa got in touch with the news that Felicity's movie Cheri will premiere at the Berlinale in February. See www.felicity-jones.com and www.berlinale.de.

BBC2 will be repeating Anne Frank on Saturday 24 January 2009, so there is another chance to see this excellent series. But be warned, the ending is as devastating as you would imagine.

7 January 2009

Thanks to Enrique for sending in these links.

First there is a gallery of large quality Anne Frank photos at www.pizquita.com. Felicity is featured in some of them.

There is a page about Margot/Felicity on the very good BBC website at www.bbc.co.uk/annefrank. Lots of good background there.

So far the series has been outstanding.

1 January 2009

There is an article about the BBC's "riveting new five-part serial" The Diary of Anne Frank at www.telegraph.co.uk

Fliss can be seen on the left of this photo.

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