Kristen Stewart Is Making Directorial Debut With Refinery29

Posted: May 4 2016, 12:19pm CDT | by , in Latest Movie News


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Kristen Stewart is Making Directorial Debut with Refinery29
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Kristen Stewart will be making her directorial debut with Refinery29 as a part of ShatterBox Anthology series.

Kristen Stewart has been talking about going into direction for quite a while as his parents have always worked behind the camera rather than in front of it. She has already had her direction credits filled with the music video Take me to the South with Sage + The Saints.

However, she became a part of the ShatterBox Anthology series which was initiated by the digital publisher Refinery29. The series is focused on short films that will “explore the dynamic of power”.

Kristen’s project is titled Water and is the next project to be released in the series after Chloe Sevigny’s Kitty which will premiere at Cannes. Few details about Kristen’s project have been revealed by THR including that it will be a short film based on women power centric topic.

Close on Kristen’s heels is the Oscar nominated actress Gabourey Sidibe. Gabourey will be making her directorial debut with a short titled A Tale of Four Women.

She said that her image and what she is has been portrayed and shown by men so this is her time to show the world how she sees everything. The ShatterBox Anthology series is currently working on multiple projects with 12 female directors, writers and animators.

Some of the other collaborators include Strangers, a scripted comedy from writer-director Mia Lidofsky and Girls co-executive producer Jesse Peretz, and What We Teach Girls, from executive producers Morgan Spurlock and Jeremy Chilnick, about female education around the world, Tiffany Shalin and America Ferrera.

Kristen will be a busy lady at the Cannes Film Festival this year when her movie Personal Shopper will follow the release of the Martin Scorsese’s Café Society. Personal Shopper is Stewart’s project with French film-maker Olivier Assayas.

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