Saturday, October 27

David Duchovny - GQ Magazine Spain

David Duchovny - November 2012



Friday, October 26

More photos: After The Fall - David Duchovny

Public meetings are a common sight inside City Hall, but Wednesday, the building served as the set for an independent movie starring David Duchovny, Timothy Hutton and Hope Davis. The movie, “After the Fall,” is inspired by true events that led to the founding of the Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital, which served as a model for including family in the healing process. The hospital is in Valhalla, N.Y. Duchovny, probably best known for his TV role in “The X Files,” and Hope Davis play parents whose daughter dies but go on to help form the new children’s hospital. Movie crews arrived at 6 a.m. Several trucks lined up adjacent to the building, and dozens of cables snaked their way through the auditorium and the surrounding halls for the shoot. The crew shot two scenes for the movie.

One scene was a town council meeting where a concerned citizen gives a speech about how a local developer manages to get around zoning restrictions. Duchovny’s character sat in the back of the auditorium listening.

The large scope of the auditorium was one of the reasons it was chosen for the scene.

“We just loved the look and feel of it,” said Anthony Mastromauro, producer for the movie. “We are happy to work here, and the people are friendly.”

The main entrance to the hall was left open during the scene to give it the feel that any person could walk into the meeting, he said.

Mayor Ben Blake’s personal office was transformed into a New York senator’s office for the day.

“This is great exposure for Milford,” Blake said. “It’s also good for the downtown shops and businesses as people come in and out.” Continued...
http://nhregister.com/articles/2012/10/24/news/milford/doc5088b7868b82b564521768.txt








Thursday, October 18

David Duchovny, Hope Davis, Timothy Hutton Start ‘After The Fall’

EXCLUSIVE: David Duchovny, Hope Davis, and Timothy Hutton are starring in After The Fall, a film that is just getting underway in Connecticut. Scripted by Carroll Cartwright (What Maisie Knew), the film is being directed by Anthony Fabian (Skin) and produced by Anthony Mastromauro’s Identity Films.

 The film is based on the true story of John and Brenda Fareri, grieving parents who used the unexpected death of their young daughter Maria as the impetus to build a world class state of the art children’s hospital where families are welcomed into the healing process. It has become the template for facilities that are more inclusive of the families of ailing kids.

 “John and Brenda Fareri are truly extraordinary people,” said Mastromauro, whose Identity Films just wrapped the Claire Danes-James Mardsen-starrer As Cool As I Am. Duchovny and Davis play the parents, while Hutton plays Komiske, who helped them obtain funds for the Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital.


  http://www.deadline.com/2012/10/david-duchovny-hope-davis-timothy-hutton-start-after-the-fall/

Wednesday, October 17

Duchovny - Pedigree Ad 2012

The 2012 PEDIGREE® Feeding Project presents: Going Home
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Tuesday, October 16

Duchovny in Greenwich for very local movie shoot

The latest movie to film in Greenwich has a story that hits close to home.
Actor David Duchovny was in town Tuesday to film scenes for a movie that is based on the true story of a Greenwich family whose mission is to build a world-class children's hospital after the death of their daughter.
The film, "After the Fall," will also be shooting for the next couple of weeks in the basement of the town-owned Nathaniel Witherell nursing home on Parsonage Road.
The nursing home's director, Allen Brown, said "After the Fall" is based on the story of Maria Fareri, a 13-year-old Greenwich girl who died of rabies in 1995. Her parents, Brenda and John Fareri, after observing that hospitals weren't geared toward families and their children, went on to help found the Maria Fareri Children's Hospital at Westchester Medical Center in New York.
Brown said the nursing home has been approached by location scouts before, but have had to turn down requests to turn the facility into a movie set because they would have to clear residents out of their rooms during the shoot.
For "After the Fall," producers were looking for a space that was old, and apparently found what they were looking for in the abandoned basement, which was once used by Greenwich Adult Day Care.
"They liked the way it looked because it gave them the opportunity to simulate the very negative environment that the pediatric hospital offered before they built the new hospital," Brown said.
For the past week, the crew has been setting up for the shoots, which are scheduled for Wednesday, Friday and most of next week. Brown said there haven't been any issues.
"I think it's fair to say that nobody knows they're there," Brown said.
There was an extra flurry of activity Tuesday in the shopping center on East Putnam Avenue that houses Whole Foods Market, where filming for "After the Fall" took place at Hunan Gourmet, a Chinese restaurant at the end of the strip.
A producer on set referred comment to the movie's publicist, who could not be reached for comment Tuesday. According to the Internet Movie Database, the film is slated for release in 2013.
Carole Belfiore, a receptionist at the Carlo and Company Salon next door said the production had just set up when she got in at 8:30 a.m. She said someone from the production stopped by with Starbucks coffee and asked that the salon workers let them know if the shoot caused any problems.
A bearded Duchovny, dressed in a blue button-down shirt, could be seen standing by the entrance to the restaurant, which was packed with lights and other production equipment. It's not clear what role he plays in the movie.
Belfiore, a fan of Duchovny's most recent TV series, Showtime's "Californication," worked up the nerve in the afternoon to approach the actor and ask him to pose with her for a photo.
"He was really cool, took a nice picture and that was it," Belfiore said.
Scenes were also supposed to be filmed Tuesday in a bathroom at the YMCA of Greenwich -- the bathroom was to stand in as a hospital bathroom -- but the Y's chief operating officer, Edward Philipp, said the shoot there was canceled because they had found another location.
"We hit the cutting room floor before we ever made it on film," Philipp said.
Philipp said that the "X Files" actor was in the building Tuesday while he waited to go on set.
Coincidentally, an episode from the first season of "The X-Files," the long-running science-fiction show that made Duchovny famous, was set in Greenwich.
TV and film productions have become a common sight in Greenwich, with "The Big C," also on Showtime, filming in bars and stores around town. Last year, "The Big Wedding," a movie starring Robert De Niro and Katherine Heigl and directed by Greenwich native Justin Zackham, filmed at Gabriele's Italian Steakhouse and two town churches.
Michael Long, director of environmental services for the town Department of Health, which handles filming applications, said "The Big C," which stars Laura Linney as a woman battling cancer, will be back in town this week to shoot scenes for its fourth, and final, season. The production will be at the Eastern Greenwich Civic Center on Harding Road in Old Greenwich on Thursday.
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Friday, October 12

old Californication stills

Phantom

Project Status: Completed Release Date: March 22, 2013 Director: Todd Robinson Executive Producer: Rui Costa Reis, Ricardo Costa Reis, Eliad Josephson Cast: Ed Harris, David Duchovny, William Fichtner Ed Harris (in a tour-de-force performance) plays the captain of a Cold War Soviet missile submarine who has secretly been suffering from seizures that alter his perception of reality. Forced to leave his wife and daughter, he is rushed into a classified mission, where he is haunted by his past and challenged by a rogue KGB group (led by David Duchovny) bent on seizing control of the ship's nuclear missile. With the fate of humanity in his hands, Harris discovers he’s been chosen for this mission in the belief he would fail. ‘Phantom’ is a suspense submarine thriller about extraordinary men facing impossible choices. http://www.rcrmediagroup.com/projects/phantom

New Phantom Trailer

Wednesday, October 3

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