While in Toronto Amy attended a press conference for “Arrival”, and we finally have some pictures of it added to the gallery.
Amy Adams, Ethan Hawke and Oliver Stone are set to receive the actress, actor and director tributes at this year’s Gotham Independent Film Awards. The annual awards show — recognizing independent films and their writers, directors, producers and actors — will also present an industry tribute, with that honoree yet to be named.
Amy — who stars in two Oscar hopefuls, Tom Ford’s Nocturnal Animals and Denis Villeneuve’s Arrival — will receive the actress tribute. Stone will receive the director tribute and Hawke will receive the actor tribute.
“We are honored to have Amy Adams, Ethan Hawke and Oliver Stone as our actress, actor and director tribute honorees at this year’s Gotham Awards,” Joana Vicente, executive director of the Independent Filmmakers Project, which presents the Gotham Awards, and the Made in NY Media Center, said in a statement. “Each with a remarkable body of work that continues to challenge, thrill, and inspire audiences, we are proud to celebrate their numerous artistic achievements and honor their contributions to the landscape of cinema with these tributes.”
The independent film awards, seen as the official start of Oscar season, will be handed out on Nov. 28. Nominations will be announced on Oct. 20.
Amy attended the Telluride festival on Saturday (September 03), for a screening of Denis Villeneuve’s Arrival. She also got a tribute to her work, made during a Q&A that preceded the screening. You can check HQ images in our gallery, and also read a little bit about the event on the article published by The Guardian, reproduced below.
Amy Adams leads Denis Villeneuve’s brainy sci-fi drama Arrival, which had its North American premiere at the Telluride film festival on Saturday, but she often prefers being a supporting player.
During a tribute to the actor that preceded the well-received screening, Adams took part in a discussion which focused on her ability to invest the smallest roles with considerable interior life. Adams has been nominated for the best supporting actress Oscar four times (for Junebug, Doubt, The Fighter and The Master) – most recently she also netted her first leading Oscar nod for American Hustle.
“In my experience, the lead role has the burden of plot,” said Adams. “A lot of the times, as a supporting character, you get to play an amazing character. I’m not looking at the size of a role, I’m looking at the chance to grow.”
Amy attended today a photocall for her movie Nocturnal Animals during the 2016 Venice Film Festival. She was joined by director Tom Ford and co-stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Aaron Taylor-Johnson at at Palazzi del Casino. Later, her husband Darren Le Gallo joined her for the premiere, that was held at Sala Grande.
On both events, Amy wore Tom Ford (obviously). Check the first batch of pictures added in our gallery.
Amy is at the 73rd Venice Film Festival to promote “Arrival” alongside co-star Jeremy Renner. During the day she attended a photocall followed by a press conference, and the premiere of the film.
The photocall was held at the Palazzo del Casino, and Amy wore a lovely Fendi dress, with Christian Louboutin shoes. The premiere was held at the Sala Grande and Amy wore a Stella McCartney gown, combined with Jimmy Choo shoes. Head over our gallery for over 600 HQ pictures of the events.
Amy Adams is among the presenters on Trevor Live, a semi-annual fundraising event offering a celebratory evening of impact and awareness for the suicide prevention resources and crisis intervention services offered by The Trevor Project. TrevorLIVE includes a pre-party, silent auction, live comedy and special guest performances followed by an after-party.
The event will take place in December 6th, 2015 at the The Hollywood Palladium, hosted by Joel McHale, and have in their confirmed guests Amy Adams, Sarah Silverman, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Karla Souza, Lisa Kudrow, Dermot Mulroney, among others. You will be able to check the red carpet livestream at trevorlive.org
The Trevor Project was founded in 1998 by the creators of the Academy Award-winning short film TREVOR, and is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) young people ages 13-24. Read more (and watch the film) on their page, at The Trevor Project