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The American Film Market is just around the corner. It’s busy time for Shock as we try to bring you advance word on genre projects that are in development or ready for distribution.

One title that has been on our radar is Voice from the Stone starring The Dark Knight‘s Maggie Gyllenhaal and Mads Mikkelsen, who has been in plenty of stuff but I prefer to refer to Nicholas Winding Refn’s Valhalla Rising. Some classy artwork for the film floated our way today that I wanted to share.

Voice is directed by Eric D. Howell, who not only has a background in directing but in special effects and stunts as well.

Here’s a synopsis: Voice from the Stone is the beautiful and haunting story of Verena, a solemn nurse drawn to aid a young boy named Jakob who has fallen silent since the untimely passing of his mother nearly a year ago.

Living with his father in a massive stone manor in central Italy, he not only refuses to speak, he seems to be under the spell of a malevolent force trapped within the walls.

As Verena’s relationship with the captivating father and the enigmatic son grow, she becomes ensnared and consumed by the same austere force.

If she is to save the boy, and free herself, she must first face the phantom hidden inside the stone.


Posted by Connie on October 13, 2011 under Gallery Updates,Headlines & Rumours,Voice From the Stone and commented by 0 people

New candids have been added to the gallery.

Posted by Connie on October 13, 2011 under Candids,Gallery Updates and commented by 0 people

With the release of Hysteria, a major Hollywood film starring Maggie Gyllenhaal and Rupert Everett in a Victorian-era romantic comedy set around the creation of the vibrator, the history of vibrators is getting quite a buzz, and the images of antique vibrators in the credits are from Good Vibrations’ own collection.

“It’s about vibrators and women’s orgasms, and I don’t think people really do talk about it very much, and I do think it does still make us flushed and uncomfortable,” Gyllenhaal said at the recent Toronto premiere.

Good Vibrations, the pioneering San Francisco-based company that takes pride in providing accurate information on sexuality and toys for grown-ups, is proud to assist in the conversation with its new Antique Vibrator Museum planned in San Francisco. Good Vibrations’ antique vibrator collection has been spread out on display for the last 34 years at its five retail stores inCalifornia andMassachusetts, and they are excited to consolidate them into one comprehensive exhibit.

The film and the exhibit are an excellent opportunity to get people talking—and thinking. Good Vibrations Staff Sexologist and Museum Curator Dr. Carol Queen explained, “We are delighted to showcase our collection in a dynamic, historic, and entertaining display at ourPolk Streetretail location. The new exhibit will contextualize the vibrators’ role in society and highlight how our attitudes around sex and female pleasure have evolved. It really gives us an appreciation for how far both society and technology have come, and it’s poetic to house the exhibit in the original female-friendly adult retail store.”

In addition to providing vibrator images to Hysteria, Good Vibrations also provided historical context and antique vibrators to the Berkeley Rep’s production of In the Next Room: The Vibrator Play. The period drama, which has since toured the country, also uses the invention of the vibrator as a catalyst for the story.

Good Vibrations Antique Vibrator Museum

The electric vibrator had its inception in 1869 with the invention of a steam-powered massager, patented by an American doctor. This device was designed as a medical tool for treating what was called “hysteria,” or “female disorders.” Within 20 years a British doctor followed up with a more portable battery-operated model; by 1900, dozens of styles of electric vibrators, just like those in our exhibit, were available to the discriminating medical professional.

Good Vibrations’ founder, Joani Blank collected antique vibrators for more than 20 years. The largest collection of her treasures is now displayed at the Good Vibrations Polk Street store, with smaller collections in other San Francisco, Berkeley, and Brookline stores and images online. The vibes in that collection date from the late 1800s up through the 1970s and can be seen at AntiqueVibratorMuseum.com along with an extensive history of their development and marketing.  The fully realized museum is slated to be completed inSan Francisco on Nov. 15.


Posted by Connie on October 7, 2011 under Headlines & Rumours,Hysteria and commented by 0 people

Sony Pictures Classics is negotiating to pick up U.S. and South Africa rights to the Tanya Wexler-directed romantic comedy Hysteria, which just had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.

Maggie Gyllenhaal, Hugh Dancy, Felicity Jones and Jonathan Pryce star in the real-life-based story of a doctor in Victorian England who invents an early prototype of the vibrator in his efforts to cure women diagnosed with “hysteria.” Stephen and Jonah Lisa Dyer wrote the screenplay.

Sarah Curtis, Judy Cairo and Tracey Becker produced the film, which had several distributors in the hunt for rights.

SPC also recently picked up U.S. rights to Nadine Labaki’s Where Do We Go Now?, Lebanon’s submission for the best foreign-language film Oscar. The specialty distributor has the forthcoming fall releases A Dangerous Method, Carnage, which will launch the New York Film Festival tonight, and Take Shelter, which opens today.


Posted by Connie on October 2, 2011 under Uncategorized and commented by 0 people

By Patrice Poltzer

I went to City Bakery in New York City for the unveiling of the latest “Got Milk?” ad starring Maggie Gyllenhaal. While she sports the trademark milk moustache, it’s the brand’s first attempt at pushing lattes as a way to encourage drinking milk.

She took some time to talk about her guilty pleasure foods and said that her brother Jake is the true chef in the family, while she prefers to explore restaurants in her Brooklyn neighborhood.


Posted by Connie on October 2, 2011 under Uncategorized and commented by 0 people

Another TIFF 2011 Portrait have been added, and I have to say I absolute LOVE these!!

Posted by Connie on September 24, 2011 under Gallery Updates,Hysteria and commented by 0 people

The new ad for Got Milk? featuring the always beautiful Maggie have been revealed and I have added pictures and videos from it, enjoy!

Posted by Connie on September 24, 2011 under Gallery Updates,Media and commented by 1 people

I’ve added some candids of Maggie out in Tribeca on September 20th.

Posted by Connie on September 24, 2011 under Candids,Gallery Updates and commented by 0 people

Vena Cava’s Sophie Buhai and Lisa Mayock didn’t have their show as usual this season, opting instead to have their celebrity friends, including Nora Zehetner and Tennessee Thomas, model their forties-esque clothing in their Spring ‘12 lookbook. If you thought you had already seen all the looks, think again. Today, Style.com shares a few more offerings from the duo, modeled by Maggie Gyllenhaal.

“Maggie was our ideal woman to represent Vena Cava,” Mayock tells Style.com. “She’s a movie star in the traditional sense, but also has the modern-day qualities we admire and adore in friends, collaborators, and accomplices.”


Posted by Connie on September 20, 2011 under Gallery Updates,Headlines & Rumours and commented by 1 people

So sorry, my life is so busy these days so I simply haven’t had the time to add all these gorgeous pictures before, but now all the pictures of Maggie at the 2011 TIFF have been added to the gallery. She’s looking so beautiful in these pictures and I just can’t wait to watch Hysteria!

Posted by Connie on September 18, 2011 under Gallery Updates,Hysteria and commented by 0 people
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