13 May 2017   No Comments

Here we have the shoots from the last AnOtherMag byt Ben Toms !

    

13 May 2017   No Comments

Last March Taissa was feat. on AnOther Magazine S/S17 about Female Empowerment and Fashion.

Here you have the little interview !

“When you have more of a sense of who you are,

you can take on the world” – Taissa Farmiga

 

Jack Sunnucks: What do you think fashion can do to make women feel empowered?
Taissa Farmiga: I think that, before you walk out the door and into the world, you have to feel good. You have to figure out who you are, and I think fashion can help you do that. When you have more of a sense of who you are, you can take on the world.

JS: What do you hope for 2017?
TF: Ah, 2017! I hope that we all try to do a little better than we did last time. I hope everyone tries to help someone else. If we all tried to help someone else, the world would be a better place. I know it sounds… I don’t know how it sounds. But I know if we just cared about one person for a moment instead of ourselves, it would really help.

JS: If you could say one thing to the world what would it be?
TF: Oh man. I wish I could just send everyone a hug. Everyone who needs a hug. Sometimes I need a hug and there’s no one around, and that feeling really sucks.

JS: Have you ever got to play someone really evil?
TF: Never! One day I’ll have to. It’s funny, when I used to play videogames with my brother, I’d always want to be the good guy.

JS: Who’s your favourite on-screen heroine?
TF: I’ve seen a lot of Amy Adams recently and I just love her. I love the energy she puts out in person and on screen. She’s smart and she’s classy and that’s something to aspire to be. I like a woman who’s smart and doesn’t have to prove anything.

JS: Do you ever get frightened watching horror films?
TF: Absolutely. I’m an absolute baby when it comes to that stuff. Even reading the American Horror Story scripts when I was in New Orleans, which is a spooky city, and I was in my trailer all alone. Sometimes I’d freak out before we’d even shoot it because I’d be playing the movie in my head. I guess it helps, because if you’re in a horror show you’ve got to feel the fear!

Source: Anothermag

24 April 2017   No Comments

EXCLUSIVE: The blood lines run deep through The Nun, the Corin Hardy-directed New Line thriller that is a spinoff to its highly successful fright franchise The Conjuring. New Line has just set Taissa Farmiga to star as the young nun alongside Demián Bichir in the film.

The Nun takes its form from the steely-looking nun from The Conjuring 2, an image that rears up unpleasant memories for anyone like myself who spent time at the mercy of the sisters in Catholic school. The Nun is the second spinoff from The Conjuring after Annabelle, which is being sequelized after grossing a frightfully high $256 million worldwide. In fact, that film and the two installments of The Conjuring have scared up a collective global gross of $897 million, with Annabelle: Creation coming August 11. James Wan and Peter Safran are producing The Nun, which Gary Dauberman scripted with Wan. Dauberman and Todd Williams are the exec producers. The film already has been dated for release Friday the 13th, in July 2018.

Taissa Farmiga is in production on What They Had, which stars Michael Shannon and Hilary Swank, and recently was in the Warren Beatty-directed Rules Don’t Apply and in the Blumhouse revenge thriller In a Valley of Violence. She is repped by ICM Partners and Anonymous Content.

Source: Deadline

19 April 2017   No Comments

Hello there ! my name is Fefi and i’m the new owner of TaissaFarmiga.Org and i’m very excited to keep going with this work and give you the latest info about T.  So keep in touch !

19 March 2017   No Comments

Hilary Swank, Michael Shannon and Robert Forster are set to star in What They Had, a drama from writer-director Elizabeth Chomko.

Blythe Danner and Taissa Farmiga are also part of the film’s ensemble cast.

Unified’s Keith Kjarval (Inland Empire), Bill Holderman (A Walk In The Woods), Bona Fide Productions’ Ron Yerxa and Albert Berger (Little Miss Sunshine) and June Pictures’ Alex Saks and Andrew Duncan (Thoroughbred) are producing the indie, which is set to begin production March 22 in Chicago.

The story is centers on a woman (Swank) who must fly back to her hometown when her Alzheimer’s-stricken mother, played by Danner, wanders into a blizzard. The return home forces her to confront her past.

Chomko is an actress and playwright making her screen directorial debut with What They Had. Her script for the film was a recipient Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences’ Nicholl Fellowship in Screenwriting.

“Elizabeth is an exceptionally talented new voice and we are excited to be partnering with her on her extraordinarily moving directorial debut,” said Unified’s Kjarval. “Hers is a very personal story about a subject that affects millions of people around the world.”

Unified Film Fund II is financing the venture. The fund is allowing Unified to produce three films a year with budgets up to $10 million. Ride, directed by Jeremy Unger and starring Bella Thorne and Jessie T. Usher, is the first film from the fund.

WME Global is repping What They Had’s worldwide rights.

Swank is executive producing along with the Fyzz Facility’s Wayne Godfrey and Robert Jones as well as Levi Sheck and Mike Rowe of Interlock Capital.

Swank, repped by WME and Jackoway Tyerman, last starred as a pianist dealing with ALS in 2014’s You’re Not You. She will next be seen in Steven Soderbergh’s Logan Lucky.

Shannon, who was nominated for an Oscar for his work in last year’s Nocturnal Animals, recently wrapped the all-star war drama Horse Soldiers. He is repped by CAA, Wetzel Entertainment and Morris Yorn.

(source)

19 February 2017   No Comments

I’ve just updated our gallery with 62 high-quality screen captures of Taissa as Sarah Bransford in her 2016 film Rules Don’t Apply. The 2016 comedy-drama, also starring Lily Collins, Alden Ehrenreich and Haley Bennett, tells the story of the unconventional love story of an aspiring actress, her determined driver, and the eccentric billionaire who they work for. Be sure to check the captures in our gallery!

5 February 2017   No Comments

Taissa attended Rebecca Minkkoff’s ‘See Now, Buy Now’ Fashion Show yesterday (February 4) in Los Angeles. High-quality images have been added to our gallery – enjoy!

26 January 2017   No Comments

Back in 2015, Taissa was photographed by Emily Berl for the New York Times. I was able to get my hands on a few high-quality outtakes that were, until now, missing from our gallery. Check them out:

20 January 2017   No Comments

I have just updated our gallery with photos of Taissa attending the 2017 Annual Artios Awards yesterday (January 19) in Beverly Hills with her “Rules Don’t Apply” co-star, Lily Collins. Huge thanks to my friend Neide for sending these my way!

8 December 2016   No Comments

Yesterday morning (December 7) was held Hollywood Reporter’s Annual Women in Entertainment Breakfast in the city of Los Angeles. Taissa and her sister Vera Farmiga were amongst the event’s guests. High-quality images can now be found in our gallery:

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