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THE IMPOSSIBLE
Summit Entertainment and Mediaset España present an Apaches Entertainment & Telecinco Cinema production written and directed by J.A Bayona starring Naomi Watts "Maria", Ewan McGregor "Henry", Tom Holland "Lucas", Samuel Joslin "Thomas", Oaklee Pendergast "Simon", Marta Etura "Simone", Sönke Möhring "Karl" and Geraldine Chaplin "Old Woman". Written by: Sergio G. Sanchez. Story by: Maria Belon. Produced by: Belén Atienza, Álvaro Augustin, Enrique Lόpez-Lavigne, Ghislan Barrois. Executive Producers: Sandra Hermida, Javier Ugarte. Delegate Producer: Jamie Ortiz de Artin҃ano. Director of Photography: Oscar Faura. Production Designer: Eugenio Caballero. Film Editors: Elena Ruìz, Bernat Vilapana. Music Composed & Conducted By: Fernando Velázquez. RELEASE DATES: 21 NOVEMBER 2012 (FRANCE) / 21 DECEMBER 2012 (USA)
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NAOMI WATTS (Maria) was honored with an Academy Award® nomination for Best Actress for her role in Alejandro Gonzales Inarritu’s 21 Grams. Her performance in the film, in which she starred alongside Sean Penn and Benicio Del Toro, also garnered Best Actress Awards from the Los Angeles Film Critics Association, Southeastern Film Critics Association, Washington Area Film Critics and San Diego Film Critics, as well as Best Actress nominations from the SAG Awards®, BAFTAs, Broadcast Film Critics and Golden Satellites. At the film’s premiere at the 2003 Venice International Film Festival, she received the Audience Award (Lion of the Public) for Best Actress. The film itself won the Special Distinction Award at the Independent Spirit Awards. Watts was most recently seen in Clint Eastwood’s critically acclaimed J. Edgar starring opposite Leonardo DiCaprio. She will next be seen in Movie 43, with Liev Schreiber in one of the film’s many comedic shorts. Watts recently completed production on The Grandmothers with Robin Wright and Sunlight Jr. with Matt Dillon and is currently shooting the highly anticipated biopic Diana in the lead role as the iconic Princess Diana. She also recently starred in Jim Sheridan’s Dream House with Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz; Doug Liman’s Fair Game, starring opposite Sean Penn; Woody Allen’s You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger, as part of an all-star cast, including Josh Brolin, Anthony Hopkins, Freida Pinto and Antonio Banderas; Rodrigo Garcia’s “Mother and Child,” for which she received an Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress and Tom Twyker’s “The International,” with Clive Owen. Watts has had an impressive list of movies since her acclaimed turn in David Lynch’s controversial drama “Mulholland Drive,” for which she earned Best Actress Awards from a number of critics’ organizations, including the National Board of Review and National Society of Film Critics. In addition to starring in Peter Jackson’s epic remake of “King Kong,” her credits include “We Don’t Live Here Anymore,” which she starred in and produced; “The Assassination of Richard Nixon,” opposite Sean Penn and Don Cheadle; David O. Russell’s “I (Heart) Huckabee’s,” with Jude Law and Dustin Hoffman; Marc Forster’s “Stay,” opposite Ewan McGregor and Ryan Gosling; Gore Verbinski’s “The Ring” and its sequel, “The Ring 2”; Merchant-Ivory’s “Le Divorce,” alongside Kate Hudson, Glenn Close and Stockard Channing; John Curran’s “The Painted Veil,” opposite Edward Norton, which was based on W. Somerset Maugham’s novel; David Cronenberg’s drama/thriller “Eastern Promises,” opposite Viggo Mortensen; and Michael Haneke’s thriller “Funny Games.” Born in England, Watts moved to Australia at the age of 14 and began studying acting. Her first major film role came in John Duigan’s “Flirting.” She produced and starred in the short film “Ellie Parker,” which screened in competition at the 2001 Sundance Film Festival. In 2005, a full length feature of the short debuted at Sundance. Among her many awards and recognitions, Watts received the Montecito Award from the Santa Barbara Film Festival in 2006 for her role in “King Kong”; was honored by the Palm Springs Film Festival in 2003 for “21 Grams”; and in 2002, was named the Female Star of Tomorrow at ShoWest and received the Breakthrough Acting Award at the Hollywood Film Festival, both for her work in “Mulholland Drive.” She was most recently honored for her entire body of work at the 2011 Deauville Film Festival. *** NAOMI WATTS (Maria) a été nommée à l’Oscar en 2004 pour son rôle dans 21 GRAMMES d’Alejandro Gonzáles Iñárritu, avec Sean Penn et Benicio Del Toro. Pour ce film, elle a été récompensée par de nombreuses associations de critiques (Los Angeles Film Critics Association, Southeastern Film Critics Association, Washington, D.C. Area Film Critics Association et San Diego Film Critics Society), et a été citée au Screen Actors Guild Award, au BAFTA, au Broadcast Film Critics Association et au Satellite Award. Naomi Watts a reçu le prix du Public de la meilleure actrice lors de la présentation de 21 GRAMMES à la Mostra de Venise en 2003. On l'a vue récemment dans J. EDGAR de Clint Eastwood, avec Leonardo DiCaprio, et on la retrouvera dans MOVIE 43, avec Liev Schreiber. Elle a récemment achevé le tournage de PERFECT MOTHERS d'Anne Fontaine, avec Robin Wright, et de SUNLIGHT JR., avec Matt Dillon. Elle tourne actuellement le très attendu biopic LADY DI d'Oliver Hirschbiegel, où elle tient le rôle-titre. On l'a vue récemment dans DREAM HOUSE de Jim Sheridan, avec Daniel Craig et Rachel Weisz, FAIR GAME de Doug Liman, avec Sean Penn, et dans VOUS ALLEZ RENCONTRER UN BEL ET SOMBRE INCONNU de Woody Allen, où elle joue aux côtés de Josh Brolin, Anthony Hopkins, Freida Pinto et Antonio Banderas. Elle a également tourné dans MOTHER AND CHILD de Rodrigo Garcia avec Annette Bening et Samuel L. Jackson, et L’ENQUÊTE – THE INTERNATIONAL avec Clive Owen. Naomi Watts a fait des débuts remarqués dans MULHOLLAND DRIVE de David Lynch, rôle pour lequel elle a remporté de nombreux prix de la part d’associations de critiques comme la National Board of Review et la National Society of Film Critics. Elle a tourné dans le KING KONG de Peter Jackson, WE DON'T LIVE HERE ANYMORE, qu’elle a également produit, THE ASSASSINATION OF RICHARD NIXON, avec Sean Penn, ou dans J’ADORE HUCKABEES de David O. Russell avec Jude Law et Dustin Hoffman, STAY de Marc Forster, avec Ewan McGregor et Ryan Gosling, LE CERCLE–THE RING de Gore Verbinski et sa suite LE CERCLE–THE RING TWO réalisé par Hideo Nakata, LE DIVORCE de James Ivory, avec Kate Hudson, Glenn Close et Stockard Channing, LE VOILE DES ILLUSIONS de John Curran avec Edward Norton, adapté du roman de Somerset Maugham ou encore les thrillers LES PROMESSES DE L’OMBRE de David Cronenberg, avec Viggo Mortensen et FUNNY GAMES US de Michael Haneke. Née en Angleterre, Naomi Watts a grandi en Australie où elle a étudié l'art dramatique. Elle a campé son premier rôle important dans FLIRTING de John Duigan, a produit et interprété ELLIE PARKER, court métrage présenté en compétition au festival de Sundance 2001, et dont une version longue a été projetée dans ce même festival en 2005. Parmi les nombreux prix qui ont jalonné sa carrière, elle a reçu le Montecito Award du festival international du film de Santa Barbara en 2006 pour son rôle dans KING KONG et a été récompensée lors du festival international de Palm Springs pour son rôle dans 21 GRAMMES. Pour MULHOLLAND DRIVE, elle a été nommée "Star de demain" au ShoWest et a reçu un prix du meilleur espoir féminin au festival du film de Hollywood en 2002. Enfin, en 2011, le festival du cinéma américain de Deauville lui a rendu hommage pour l'ensemble de sa carrière. No animals were harmed during the production of this movie This motion picture is protected under the laws of the United States of America and other countries. Unauthorized duplication, distribution or exhibition may result in civil and criminal prosecution. Ownership of this motion picture is protected by copyright and other applicable laws, and any unauthorized duplication, distribution or exhibition of this motion picture could result in criminal prosecution as well as civil liability. ©2012 Telecinco Cinema, S.A.U. and Apaches Entertainment, S.L. (L to R) SAMUEL JOSLIN, TOM HOLLAND, OAKLEE PENDERGAST, EWAN McGREGOR and NAOMI WATTS star in THE IMPOSSIBLE. Photo: Jose Haro. © 2012 Summit Entertainment, LLC. All rights reserved.
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NAOMI WATTS and TOM HOLLAND star in THE IMPOSSIBLE.
© 2012 Summit Entertainment, LLC. All rights reserved.
THE IMPOSSIBLE Summit Entertainment and Mediaset España present an Apaches Entertainment & Telecinco Cinema production directed by Juan Antonio Bayona.
TRAILER 1A (VO)
TRAILER 1B (VO)
FEATURETTE #1 "True Story" (VO)
FILM CLIP #1 "I´m Scared Too" (VO)
FILM CLIP #2 "Henry Calls Home" (VO)
B-ROLL #1 (VO)
B-ROLL #2 (VO)
SOUND BITES #1 Ewan McGregor "Henry" Part #1 (VO)
SOUND BITES #2 Ewan McGregor "Henry" Part #2 (VO)
SOUND BITES #3 Naomi Watts "Maria" Part #1 (VO)
SOUND BITES #4 Naomi Watts "Maria" Part #2 (VO)
SOUND BITES #5 Tom Holland "Lucas" (VO)
SOUND BITES #6 J.A. Bayona (Director) (VO)
©2012 Telecinco Cinema, S.A.U. and Apaches Entertainment, S.L.
INTERVIEWS #1 Álvaro Augustín and Ghislain Barrois (Producer-MD and Producer-CEO of Telecinco Cinema) Part #1 (VO)
INTERVIEWS #2 Álvaro Augustín and Ghislain Barrois (Producer-MD and Producer-CEO of Telecinco Cinema) Part #2 (VO)
INTERVIEWS #3 Belén Atienza (Producer) Part #1 (VO)
INTERVIEWS #4 Belén Atienza (Producer) Part #2 (VO)
INTERVIEWS #5 J.A. Bayona (Director) Part #1 (VO)
INTERVIEWS #6 J.A. Bayona (Director) Part #2 (VO)
INTERVIEWS #7 J.A. Bayona (Director) Part #3 (VO)
INTERVIEWS #8 J.A. Bayona (Director) Part #4 (VO)
INTERVIEWS #9 Sergio G. Sánchez (Writer) Part #1 (VO)
INTERVIEWS #10 Sergio G. Sánchez (Writer) Part #2 (VO)
INTERVIEWS #11 Tom Holland "Lucas" Part #1 (VO)
INTERVIEWS #12 Tom Holland "Lucas" Part #2 (VO)
INTERVIEWS #13 Maria Belon (Real Life Survivor) Part #1 (VO)
INTERVIEWS #14 Maria Belon (Real Life Survivor) Part #2 (VO)
INTERVIEWS #15 Maria Belon (Real Life Survivor) Part #3 (VO)
INTERVIEWS #16 Maria Belon (Real Life Survivor) Part #4 (VO)
INTERVIEWS #17 Maria Belon (Real Life Survivor) Part #5 (VO)
FILM CLIP #3 "Paper Lanterns" (VO)
FILM CLIP #5 "Even If It´s The Last Thing We Do" (VO)
FILM CLIP #6 "Thank You So Much" (VO)
FILM CLIP #7 "Finding Morten Benstrom" (VO)
FILM CLIP #8 "The Scariest Part" (VO)
GENERIC INTERVIEWS #1 Ewan McGregor "Henry Part #1 (VO)
GENERIC INTERVIEWS #2 Ewan McGregor "Henry" Part #2 (VO)
GENERIC INTERVIEWS #3 Naomi Watts "Maria" Part #1 (VO)
GENERIC INTERVIEWS #4 Naomi Watts "Maria" Part #2 (VO)
GENERIC INTERVIEWS #5 Tom Holland "Lucas" Part #1 (VO)
GENERIC INTERVIEWS #6 Tom Holland "Lucas" Part #2 (VO)
PREMIERE #1 Petra Nemcova, Maria Belon and Naomi Watts (VO)
PREMIERE #2 Naomi Watts "Maria" (VO)
PREMIERE #3 Ewan McGregor "Henry" (VO)
PREMIERE #4 Tom Holland "Lucas" (VO)
PREMIERE #5 Juan Antonio Bayona (Director) (VO)
PREMIERE #6 Fernando Velazquez (Music Composer) (VO)
PREMIERE #7 Sergio G. Sanchez (Writer) (VO)
PREMIERE #8 Petra Nemcova (VO)
PREMIERE #9 B-Roll (VO)
PREMIERE #10 Atmosphere (VO)
FEATURETTE #2 "Music" (VO)
FILM CLIP #4 "The Wave" (VO)
FILM CLIP #9 "Look After My Boys" (VO)