Shiloh Fernandez Source has been online for 4 years as of today! It seems like a milestone and I can’t thanks enough all the fans for continuing visiting and supporting the site! THANK YOU!
And of course, the biggest thank you to Shiloh! I’m truly honored to run this fansite for you and I’ll be there for the many years to come!
I have added 3 new stills of Shiloh in White Bird In A Blizzard. The movie will be available on VOD on 25 September 2014 and released in the US on 24 October 2014. French release has also been announced for 15 October 2014.
I have replaced a few photoshoots with large quality photos thanks to my friend Kaci!
I have added 9 photos of Shiloh attending Children Mending Hearts 6th Annual Fundraiser on June 15.
Children Mending Hearts is dedicated to empowering disadvantaged youth through educational and arts programs that build empathy and global citizenry. Our goal is to directly engage the youth of America in global children’s causes where they can positively impact the life of another child and ultimately realize their potential to effect change both in their own community and around the world. Find more information about Children Mending Hearts on their official site.
I have added screen captures from the new White Bird In A Blizzard clip. I also have added a new still.
Fantastic news guys! Johnny will finally start filming!
First, there was “Tapia.”
Soon, there will be “Johnny.”
A feature film depicting the turbulent life of the late Johnny Tapia, a five-time world boxing champion from Albuquerque’s Wells Park neighborhood, will begin filming in late July.
The New Mexico Film Office made the announcement Friday. The movie will be filmed in Albuquerque and is expected to employ hundreds of New Mexicans, said Nick Maniatis, film office director.
Eddie Alcazar, who earlier filmed the award-winning documentary “Tapia,” will direct the feature film. Actor Shiloh Fernandez will portray the young Tapia.
According to a film office news release, the film will focus on Tapia’s rise to contender status; his precipitous, cocaine-fueled fall from grace in 1990 at age 23; and his struggle to reclaim his life and career.
I have added 2 more stills of Shiloh in White Bird In A Blizzard.
Magnolia Pictures has acquired the North American distribution rights to the Shailene Woodley-starrer “White Bird in a Blizzard” and plans a theatrical release for later this year.
Gregg Araki directed from his own script, based on Laura Kasischke’s novel. The drama also stars Eva Green, Christopher Meloni, Shiloh Fernandez, Gabourey Sidibe, Thomas Jane and Angela Bassett.
The film was produced by Pascal Caucheteux, Sebastien K. Lemercier, Alix Madigan-Yorkin, Pavlina Hatoupis and Gregg Araki. Why Not Productions, Desperate Pictures, Orange Studio and Wild Bunch are the production companies on board.
Woodley stars as a college-bound teenager who is just discovering her sexuality when her mother (Green) disappears — an event that barely registers with Woodley’s character. But as time passes, she begins to come to grips with how deeply the disappearance has affected her life.
“White Bird” premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in late January. Variety‘s Peter Debruge gave the film a mixed review, calling it “naughty, campy and wildly uneven.”
The deal was negotiated for Magnolia by Dori Begley and Peter Van Steemburg with CAA and Wild Bunch on behalf of the filmmakers.