Jan 31, 2015
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The gallery has just been updated with 553 Blu-Ray screen captures of Brit Marling as Karen from her 2014 film “I Origins”.

Jan 28, 2015
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“Babylon,” the new drama series from SundanceTV, is about to air its fourth episode of a short, six-part first season. So far, the London depicted from a police perspective is a chaotic mess, with the public clashing mightily against its oppressive guardians.

Brit Marling’s Liz is doing her best to stem the tidal wave rising against the police department, but there’s only so much a new-age, system-bucking PR chief can do. She needs support, which is exactly what she was getting from Commissioner Miller (Nesbitt) — but now he’s gone. Where? Watch the clip below to find out (but please be warned, spoilers follow for anyone not up to date on the series).

“Babylon” was created and executive-produced by Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle. It airs Thursdays at 10pm on SundanceTV.

Jan 18, 2015
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Last weekend, Brit Marling attended two events; on Saturday (Jan. 10) she attended Lynn Hirschberg’s ‘It Girls’ party and then on Sunday (Jan. 11), she attended the Art of Elysium 8th Annual Heaven Gala. High-quality images from both events are now up in the gallery.

Jan 18, 2015
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It has recently been reported that Brit Marling is set to be a juror at the upcoming Sundance Film Festival, where she will serve as part of the group that will award the Alfred P. Sloan Prize for the depiction of science in film.


Brit Marling will be seen in Daniel Barber’s “The Keeping Room”, a film about three Southern women defending their home during the Civil War which premiered at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival. Marling recently portrayed a molecular biologist in Mike Cahill’s “I Origins”. and has also been seen in Robert Redford’s “The Company You Keep” and Nicholas Jarecki’s financial thriller, “Arbitrage”. At the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, Marling became the first female multi-hyphenate to have two films premiere side-by-side: “Sound of My Voice”, and “Another Earth”, both of which she co-wrote, co-produced and starred in. Fox Searchlight acquired both films, releasing them in 2012 and 2011, respectively. Marling’s foray into filmmaking started during her college years at Georgetown University. This introduction led Marling to Havana, Cuba, to co-direct the documentary “Boxers and Ballerinas” which followed young artists and athletes living in the communist country. Marling graduated valedictorian from Georgetown, having studied economics and studio art.

The festival, which runs Jan. 22 – Feb. 1, named the members of its six juries, which will award prizes at the annual indie film pilgrimage to Park City, Utah.

Jan 18, 2015
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Drafthouse Films has acquired North American distribution rights to writen Julia Hart’s Black List Western feature “The Keeping Room,” which has been at large on the market since its acclaimed world premiere at Toronto International Film Festival.

Directed by Daniel Barber, “The Keeping Room” “focuses on the violent resilience and dramatic camaraderie of three Southern women as their home is besieged during the purges at the close of the American Civil War. Forced to defend their land and fight for their lives, the women take up arms against their male oppressors, shattering gender and genre conventions in the process,” per the official synopsis.

“The Keeping Room” will open in an expansive theatrical release across North America in September 2015 and will be released on a variety of VOD platforms and digital, DVD, and Blu-ray formats after its theatrical run.

The well-reviewed film stars indie darling Brit Marling of “Another Earth” and “I Origins,” Hailee Steinfeld and newcomer Muna Otaru. Sam Worthington plays a villainous renegade soldier. Indiewire’s Eric John called it a “feminist western with bite.”

Anne Thompson interviewing Marling extensively ahead of Toronto ’14 about the film, writing “If you’re eager to see movies about strong women who might actually exist in the real world, check out anything starring brainy actress Brit Marling.” Read the full interview here.

Leave it to a distributor like Drafthouse to pick up this worthy film; they’ve had terrific success with edgy titles on VOD, from “Borgman” to “The Congress,” “R100″ and Joshua Oppenheimer’s upcoming “The Look of Silence.”


Nov 12, 2014
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Current Projects
The Better Angels (2014)
Brit Marling plays Nancy Lincoln
The story of Abraham Lincoln's childhood in the harsh wilderness of Indiana and the hardships that shaped him, the tragedy that marked him for ever and the two women who guided him to immortality.
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I Origins (2014)
Brit Marling plays Karen
A molecular biologist and his lab partner uncover evidence that may fundamentally change society as we know it.
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The Keeping Room (2014)
Brit Marling plays Augusta
A Civil War soldier broken off from the Union Army encounters a group of women who have been left to fend for themselves.
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Posthumous (2014)
Brit Marling plays McKenzie Grain
After false reports of his death put his work on the map, an artist decides to continue the charade by posing as his own brother.
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Babylon (2014)
Brit Marling plays Liz Garvey
A look at the people in charge and on the front lines of a contemporary police force.
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