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Welcome to Ethan Hawke Archives – an unofficial fansite looking at the career of the talented actor. Feel free to join the twitter page to keep up to date with the site and news also feel free to email me with your comments and suggestions. Thanks for visiting ~ Jules

For nearly 30 years, Ethan Hawke has done the same job — without ever repeating himself. He began his career as a poetry-loving kid in prep school and went on to be the poster boy for Generation X in “Reality Bites.” He’s played a cop, a cowboy and a dreamer, all in service of his most important role — “creator.” Read More: // here

Jules   Feb 19, 2017

Sam Rockwell, Steve Zahn, Wyatt Russell, Kris Kristofferson and Richard Linklater are in Ethan Hawke’s drama Blaze. Hawke, who also co-stars, produced and directed and even co-wrote the story based on Sybil Rosen’s memoir Living In The Woods In A Tree, about Rosen’s real, life-long love Blaze Foley, the unsung songwriting legend of the Texas Outlaw Music movement that spawned the likes of Merle Haggard and Willie Nelson. Read More: // here

Jules   Feb 12, 2017

The Berlin Film Festival is just getting underway in the German capital, but buyers and sellers are already on the ground with most arriving late Wednesday to adjust to the freezing temperatures and, hopefully, warm up to deals. The weather can be counted on to be icy — the heat of the deals is another matter. As we reported earlier today, the independent sector is in uncharted waters as big new players muscle in, ready to splash out on worldwide rights from their very deep streaming-fueled pockets.
STOCKHOLM – Director Robert Budreau; Cast: Ethan Hawke, Noomi Rapace. Jason Blum exec produces the Heist thriller based on the true story of a 1973 robbery and hostage crisis in Stockholm which gave rise to the psychological phenomenon “Stockholm syndrome.” Sierra/Affinity is proffering. Read More: // here

Jules   Feb 12, 2017

Ethan Hawke and Noomi Rapace will star in the thriller “Stockholm” with production starting in April. “Stockholm” is written and directed by Robert Budreau. Sierra/Affinity is handling international sales and will offer it to buyers for the first time at the European Film Market in Berlin at the Berlin Film Festival. Read More: // here

Jules   Jan 29, 2017

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* Regression
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Jules   Jan 29, 2017

Ethan Hawke has started production on Blaze, directing a drama based on the life story of late C&W songwriter Blaze Foley. Pic is an adaptation of Living In The Woods In A Tree, and Hawke wrote the script with author Sybil Rosen, Foley’s life long love. Newcomer Ben Dickey plays the title character and shooting is just getting underway in Louisiana and Mississippi. Who’s Foley? He is the unsung, hard-living songwriting legend of the Texas Outlaw Music movement that spawned the likes of Merle Haggard and Willie Nelson. Foley was born in a tree house, and was killed in a friend’s living room from a gunshot wound. He wrote hit tunes that included If I Could Only Fly and Election Day. Read More: // here

Jules   Jan 21, 2017

The Audi Dublin International Film Festival has set its lineup and will open with the Irish premiere of Maudie, Aisling Walsh’s biopic of folk artist Maud Lewis starring Sally Hawkins and Ethan Hawke. Read More: // here // Official Website: here

16th Feb @ 7:30pm (Savoy 1) – Maudie (Opening Gala)
17th Feb @ 4:00pm (Light House Cinema) – Seymour: An Introduction

Jules   Jan 21, 2017

New films from Stanley Tucci, Martin Provost and China’s Liu Jian complete the Berlinale’s competition lineup and will see their world premieres at the next month’s festival.
Berlinale Special: “Maudie,” Aisling Walsh (Canada/Ireland)
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Jules   Jan 21, 2017

Screencaps from the following added to the Gallery.
* Boyhood
* Brooklyn’s Finest
* Snow Falling on Cedars
* White Fang
* Gattaca
* Hamlet
* The Hottest State
* What Doesn’t Kill You
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Jules   Jan 8, 2017

There was some symmetry at work in this year’s release schedule, which included two movies drawn from the storied history of jazz. One, “Miles Ahead,” centered on Miles Davis as a genius fallen into dark seclusion in the late ’70s and the other, “Born to Be Blue,” looked at fellow trumpeter Chet Baker and his battle with a heroin addiction. A bit unfairly for such a rare cinematic subject, both films were released only a week apart this spring. Read More: // here

Jules   Dec 30, 2016