Greta Gerwig and Mickey Sumner of "Frances Ha" at the 50th New York Film Festival

IndieAdmin's picture

Greta Gerwig and Mickey Sumner of "Frances Ha" at the 50th New York Film Festival.



Frances Ha, a film written and starring Greta Gerwig, is receiving quite a buzz with it's black and white backdrop and effortless style. Gerwig and director Noah Baumbach have now collaborated on several projects together, all receiving high critical acclaim.  Greta Gerwig and co-star Mickey Sumner sit down at the New York Film Festival to answer audience questions about the making of this unique film. 





Did Greta Gerwig and Mickey Sumner know each other before shooting Frances Ha? Find out here!





Greta Gerwig explains why Mickey Sumner was right for the role in her film Frances Ha over all the other talented actresses who auditioned for the role.  Very touching - I think she even makes Sumner cry! 




Greta Gerwig dishes about her latest film Frances Ha at the New York Film Festival: no improvising on set, lots and lots of takes, and 41 headstands in a row. Say what? 




Greta Gerwig explains why they shot her latest film, Frances Ha, in black and white. While she thinks director Noah Baumbach could explain it better, she wrote the film with that intention and was inspired by the effect photo booth pictures had on her. 


Greta Gerwig, indie darling and writer/star of Frances Ha, dishes on what its like when people tell her they don't like her work.  It's like they don't even know she's real! 







Rate this article: 
No votes yet