Backstage at the new play Invasive Species at The Vineyard Dimson Theater
Posted by Veronique on May 21st, 2024

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Paper Magazine
Posted by Veronique on May 13th, 2024



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The 2024 Met Gala Celebrating Sleeping Beauties Reawakening Fashion
Posted by Veronique on May 7th, 2024

Talia attended The 2024 Met Gala Celebrating Sleeping Beauties Reawakening Fashion yesterday. Click on the gallery link below too see all photos in full size.



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System Magazine
Posted by Veronique on April 30th, 2024



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The Sweet East screencaps
Posted by Veronique on March 25th, 2024

I made screencaps of Talia in the movie “The Sweet East”. Click on the gallery link below to see all new photos.



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Saint Laurent – Paris Fashion Week – Womenswear FallWinter 2024-2025
Posted by Veronique on February 28th, 2024

Talia, and her younger sister MiMi, attended Saint Laurent – Paris Fashion Week – Womenswear FallWinter 2024-2025 yesterday. Click on the gallery link below to see all new photos.



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Ballet Drama ‘Joika’ Starring Talia Ryder, Diane Kruger Acquired By Vertical
Posted by Veronique on February 19th, 2024

The true-life ballet drama Joika starring Talia Ryder (Never Rarely Sometimes Always) as Joy Womack has been snapped up by Vertical in a deal for U.S., UK and Ireland rights. Co-starring Diane Kruger (Inglourious Basterds), the film written and directed by James Napier Robertson (The Dark Horse) is set for a day-and-date release this spring.

Joika offers a deep dive into the athletic trajectory of Womack, one of only a handful of foreigners, and only two American women, ever accepted into Russia’s elite and infamously tough Bolshoi Ballet. Testing the limits of dedication, determination, sacrifice and virtuosity, Joy’s brilliance is an inspirational journey into the most competitive, hostile dance school in the world. Spurred on by Tatiyana Volkova (Kruger), the Bolshoi’s magnetic and masterful tutor, and the searing passions of first love, Joy leaps into the unknown with the hopes of reaching extraordinary heights.

“The character of Joy puts herself through some incredible circumstances,” said Robertson in a statement ahead of the film’s release. “It felt crucial to me that audiences, who may know nothing about ballet, experience the wonder and awe of this world, in a powerfully visceral way, to understand why someone would be so devoted to it.”

Tony Piantedosi, Vertical’s SVP of Acquisitions stated that “James has made this film with an attention to detail and master of his craft that mirrors its subject, and Joy is brought vividly to life by Talia’s committed, devastating, and invigorating performance. We look forward to presenting the film to audiences this Spring.

A trained dancer, Ryder worked with both New York Ballet principal dancer Daniel Ulbricht and Womack herself in prepping for the shoot, with Womack serving as the actress’s double for particularly demanding sequences. Also starring Oleg Ivenko, Natasha Alderslade, Natalia Osipova, Charlotte Ubben, Borys Szyc, Tomasz Kot, and Karolina Gruszka, the film is produced by Belindalee Hope, Klaudia Smieja-Rostworowska and Tom Hern.

Executive producers are Paul Green, Andrea Scarso, Peter Touche, John Robertson, Stephanie Napier, Hugo Grumbar, Tim Haslam, Laurie Ross, Robert Walak, Luke Rivett, Michael Cerny, Philip Rose, Charlotte Ubben, and James Napier Robertson. Adam Gudell and Alex Cole-Baker co-produced. Marking the first official co-production between New Zealand and Poland, under the auspices of award-winning NZ production company Four Knights Film, the film was financed in association with the New Zealand Film Commission and the Polish Film Institute.

Vertical Partner Peter Jarowey and Piantedosi negotiated the deal on behalf of the distributor, with UTA’s Independent Film Group repping the production. Embankment Film is handling international Sales.

Source: deadline.com



Joika

HIGHSNOBIETY
Posted by Veronique on February 16th, 2024

Talia Ryder & Myha’la Herrold Are Two Pretty Best Friends

Romance is out! Friendship is in! This Valentine’s Day, Highsnobiety is celebrating the beauty of love outside the traditional confines of romantic relationships. After all, friendship and creative collaboration take just as much work, time, and effort. Meet 5 couples who aren’t couples here and read about the state of love today.

Talia Ryder, the 21-year-old actor best known for her role in Never Rarely Sometimes Always, and 27-year-old Myha’la Herrold, who stars on HBO’s Industry and in Bodies Bodies Bodies, met on the set of a Vogue shoot. At first, it was just business. Then came friendship, one built on a shared passion for their craft.

The value of this type of relationship is not lost on either of them. “I feel very fortunate to be so early in my career and to have met such amazing collaborators that I hope to continue creating with,” Ryder tells us. And about Ryder, Herrold says: “I don’t think she knows how to be dishonest, and that makes for a great friend and an amazing actor.”

To have a creative collaborator and friend is gold.

Highsnobiety: How did you two meet?

Myha’la Herrold: Talia and I met on our first day of rehearsal for Dumb Money.

Talia Ryder: We actually met for the first time in passing on the set of a Vogue shoot. This was months before Dumb Money. There was something familiar about Myha’la, though — it felt like I had known her before or something.

How would you describe each other’s personal styles?

Herrold: Talia is current and unabashedly herself. Like the definition of an it-girl, because she really is “it,” has “it,” whatever that ineffable “it” is. She’s got it in spades. I always think, “How does she look so cool but also like she just threw whatever together?” Effortless.

Ryder: I would say Myha’la has a punk-chic quality to her style that I really like. I like how she mixes high-fashion pieces with different accessories. There’s a picture on her Instagram of her in Miu Miu lingerie with this big choker and funky sunglasses — that feels really her to me. She looks badass.

How are you similar?

Herrold: I think Talia and I are both good-vibes people. We like to have fun, don’t take ourselves too seriously, and are committed to securing the good vibes.

Ryder: I think we’re both very driven and have a strong sense of ourselves and our style.

How would you describe creative collaboration?

Herrold: Creative collaboration, to me, is really about creating an environment where everyone involved feels supported to add their creative input to the task at hand. Where all the people feel respected, seen, heard, appreciated, and like their contribution is valued.

Ryder: Creative collaboration is being unafraid to share your ideas while also being willing to go out of your comfort zone for someone else.

What do you appreciate about each other?

Herrold: I really appreciate how firm Talia is in her commitment to authenticity.

Ryder: I appreciate Myha’la’s love for her work and her family.

Creatively, what are your differences and how do you navigate them?

Herrold: I think I’m more willing to fold on some things where Talia isn’t. And I really respect that about her. I think I could take a page out of her book and be more firm and outspoken about the things I think creatively.

Ryder: I’m not sure, honestly. At least to me it felt like we were really on the same page about our characters and their journeys in the story. I hope we get to do another movie together again.

Who in fashion do you look up to? What about creative duos?

Herrold: I really look up to Rihanna. It just feels like she doesn’t give a fuck what anyone thinks or wants from her, so when she makes something, it’s 100 percent her, and when you have that confidence, it radiates and colors everything you do. She’s so fabulous.

Ryder: I really admire Yves Saint Laurent. He and his partner Pierre Bergé were obviously a very famous duo in that world. I think creative duos are really beautiful. If you can find someone who shares your vision and who you can create with, I think that’s a really magical thing. I think a lot about Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon, as well. They were an incredible duo and both fed each other in different ways.

How does your style overlap? How does it differ?

Herrold: I think I’m really about comfy chic. I think Talia is also down for a comfy chic moment.

Ryder: I think we both enjoy blurring the line between femininity and masculinity in our styles. You can see that in our characters’ costumes in Dumb Money, as well. I think we also both just have a strong sense of ourselves and know what makes us feel good and what doesn’t. I feel like we both know what shapes we like on ourselves and what makes us feel confident; and while they may not always be the same things, our energy aligns.

Source: highsnobiety.com



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Recent Video Interviews
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Joika
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American ballet dancer Joy Womack is accepted into Moscow's infamously tough Bolshoi Ballet Academy, with the dream of becoming a great ballerina.
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