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Jan. 19th, 2009 | 11:12 pm
posted by: adorantis in imnottheremovie

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i'm not there (trailers)

Nov. 11th, 2007 | 08:27 pm
posted by: oywiththeicons in imnottheremovie

x. credit
x. comment
x. no hot linking
x. blanks are not bases
x. enjoy

teasers: (there's too much confusion i cant get no relief)

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Final U.S. Trailer

Oct. 19th, 2007 | 05:15 pm
posted by: steddy_cam in imnottheremovie

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New Clip

Oct. 16th, 2007 | 05:01 pm
posted by: steddy_cam in imnottheremovie


Robbie (Heath Ledger) discusses his views on women.

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nice blog entry

Oct. 11th, 2007 | 05:33 pm
posted by: dianawolf in imnottheremovie

I apologize if this has been posted before.
I just found it and thought it was a very thoughtful look at "I'm Not There: the song.
There are links in the article for an mp3 download, and a novel called the Dylanist that mentions the song.

By the way, does anyone have the complete lyrics of I'm Not There.

I Have a bootleg of this and it really is wonderful.
I've found the lyrics which I guess are published, though not on BobDyla.com.

The song goes on though which I think Bob just made up as he went on.
If this isn't true, it should be.
something he has been noted for.

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More Clips

Sep. 24th, 2007 | 01:17 pm
posted by: slangs in imnottheremovie


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New Clip

Sep. 22nd, 2007 | 10:27 am
posted by: steddy_cam in imnottheremovie

Marcus Carl Franklin performs "When The Ship Comes In" in this new clip

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I'm Not There Soundtrack Info

Sep. 17th, 2007 | 07:48 pm
posted by: steddy_cam in imnottheremovie

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Sep. 9th, 2007 | 01:05 pm
posted by: im_not_there in imnottheremovie

I'd like to introduce myself to this community. I am Lux Pan and im_not_there is my personal livejournal about the film. I am not connected with imnottheremovie other than to be a member. (I posted the entry yesterday about Todd winning at Venice and I was mistaken as the owner of this community, I just want to clear that up.)

The similarities - we coincidentally both posted our first entry on the same day (it's a good omen!) and our interest in I'm Not There. The difference is that this community is more about information on the film as it comes out and mine is more of a personal take on the connections in work of Haynes and Dylan along the lines of my LJ for Velvet Goldmine, vardathemessage. Everyone here is welcome to take at look at/friend my journal.

I think this is an exciting community to be a part of and I am looking forward to more news about the film. It will play at the Toronto International Film Festival on this Tuesday, the 11th.

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Two awards for "I'm Not There" at Venice

Sep. 8th, 2007 | 05:05 pm
posted by: im_not_there in imnottheremovie

I'm Not There has won the Special Jury prize at the Venice Film Festival!

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"US director Todd Haynes poses with his special jury award during the closing ceremony of the 64th Venice International Film Festival at Venice Lido, 08 September 2007. The Venice film festival awarded special jury awards to US director Todd Haynes for his unique Bob Dylan biopic and Franco-Tunisian director Abdellatif Kechiche (for 'La Graine et Le Mulet')." (quote and pic from gettyimages.com)

Cate Blanchett was awarded the Best Actress prize, the Coppa Vopli, for her performance in "I'm Not There." "Blanchett played one of seven characters representing different phases of Bob Dylan's life in the biopic by Todd Haynes, "I'm Not There." She was not present to accept the best actress award. "I'm sorry I can't stand here throwing my arms around Todd, weeping just like a woman," she said in a statement read out at the ceremony. (by Heath Ledger)" (AFP)

I was annoyed at the cheap Oscar posturing about Cate that Harvey Weinstein was making last month but these awards are a good indication of the respect fellow filmmakers hold for the film. Venice is the world's oldest film festival.

The official site here.

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