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"The umlaut isn't on my birth certificate. I had this book as a child called Chloë and Maude, and there was an umlaut on the e, and I said, I want that! It's a little flair. Just to confuse people even more. People always come up to me and say, Oh, you're Chloë Se-VIG-ny, right? Sevigny. Number seven, letter e."
— From Esquire, January 2009


Events:
• Cannes Film Festival May 11-22

Magazines:
Guardian Weekend (UK) May 14th 2016
Malibu Magazine (US) May/June 2016
Porter Magazine (US) Summer 2016
Purple Fashion (France) Spring/Summer 2016
PUSS PUSS (UK) issue #4
Sneeze (US) issue 26
The Ingénue (UK) issue #3
The Wrap (US) Cannes edition

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• Movies •
#Horror

Available on iTunes and VOD.
Director: Tara Subkoff
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Role: Alex Cox

Antibirth

Premiered at Sundance FF 2016.
Director: Danny Perez
Genre: Horror
Role: Sadie

Electric Slide

Available on iTunes and VOD.
Director: Tristan Patterson
Genre: Bio, Crime, Drama
Role: Charlotte

Golden Exits

Filming in New York City.
Director: Alex Ross Perry
Genre: Drama
Role: TBA

Kitty

Coming soon to Refinery29.
Director: Chloë Sevigny (debut)
Genre: Short Film
Role: N/A

Little Accidents

Out on DVD and VOD.
Director: Sara Colangelo
Genre: Drama
Role: Kendra Briggs

Look Away

In post-production.
Director: Monty Whitebloom
Genre: Drama, Comedy
Role: Carolyn

Love & Friendship

In U.S. theaters May 13th.
Director: Whit Stillman
Genre: Period Drama
Role: Alicia Johnson

Slow Machine

Kickstarter.
Director: Paul Felten, Joe DeNardo
Genre: Comedy
Role: Chloë (cameo)

The Dinner

Filming in New York City.
Director: Oren Moverman
Genre: Drama
Role: Barbara

The Snowman

Filming in Norway.
Director: Tomas Alfredson
Genre: Crime, Drama
Role: TBA

Untitled Lizzie Borden Project

Announced.
Director: Craig William Macneill
Genre: Bio, Thriller
Role: Lizzie Borden

• Television •
American Horror Story: Hotel

Reruns on FX.
Genre: Horror, Drama
Network: FX Networks
Role: Alex Lowe

Bloodline

Season 2 premieres May 27th.
Genre: Drama, Thriller
Network: Netflix
Role: Chelsea O'Bannon

Dr. Del

Pilot; in post-production.
Genre: Drama
Network: TBD
Role: Brandy Sommers

The Cosmopolitans

Pilot; pending update from Amazon.
Genre: Comedy
Network: Amazon
Role: Vicky Frazier

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Chloë Sevigny book
Chloë Sevigny for Opening Ceremony
No Time for Love zine


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Check out these amazing new images of Chloë Sevigny in the latest issue #4 of British PUSS PUSS magazine. Out on newsstands!

Updated Photo Albums:

Photoshoots in 2016 > Photoshoot #029


Hope you’ve all been watching and enjoying the new season of Bloodline on Netflix. :) Here’s our first batch of screen caps of Chloë Sevigny as Chelsea O’Bannon in the new season, from episode 2.03 “Part 16”.

More screen caps as we wade through the new episodes. Stay tuned! :)

New Photo Albums:

Television > ‘Bloodline’ Episode 2.03 Screen Captures


The complete Season 2 of Netflix’s critically acclaimed Bloodline is now online! Watch on Netflix. Chloë Sevigny guest stars.


As you may have noticed, there’s been so much buzz around Chloë in Cannes lately that other updates have had to take a bit of a backseat these past two weeks. However, lest we forget what else Chloë has going on at the moment…

Check out the following video clips of Chloë Sevigny opposite Kate Beckinsale in Whit Stillman’s Love & Friendship. The film, which has been receiving rave reviews stateside (with, among other things, a positively astounding 99% “Certified Fresh” rating on Rotten Tomatoes) is now playing in select US theaters and will premiere in the UK on May 27th.

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Earlier this week, Chloë Sevigny sat down with People Magazine to discuss her directorial debut Kitty at Cannes Film Festival. Check out her interview below:


Here’s an article that’s been making the rounds online this week.

On Wednesday, Chloë Sevigny sat down with Kering, Variety and Refinery29’s Amy Emmerich to discuss women in Hollywood and film. Read the candid interview that resulted on Variety.com or under the cut.


Chloë Sevigny Talks Sexual Harassment in Hollywood, Knocks ‘The Huntsman’
by Brent Lang

Three major directors “crossed the line” with Chloë Sevigny in auditions for film roles, the actress said at Variety’s Cannes Film Festival panel on Wednesday.

“I’ve had the ‘what are you doing after this?’ conversation,” Sevigny said. “I’ve also had the ‘do you want to go shopping and try on some clothes and, like, I can buy you something in the dressing room’ [conversation],” she added. “Just like crossing the line weirdness.”

At another point, the actress remembered, a director told her, “‘You should show your body off more. You shouldn’t wait until you’re as old as this certain actress who had just been naked in a film, you should be naked on screen now.'”

Sevigny, whose credits include such sexually explicit films as Kids and The Brown Bunny, had a quick retort.

“If you know my career, I’ve been naked in every movie,” she said with a laugh.

Perhaps it was her refusal to succumb to their advances, but Sevigny never got the roles. The same might not be true for other up-and-coming actresses, she admitted.

“If you’re young and impressionable and really want the part, it might be a tempting avenue, but I hope not,” she said.

But Sevigny stopped short of labeling the behavior sexual harassment.

“I would consider it Hollywood,” she said. “Was it sexual harassment? It’s such a fine line.”

The actress, who is in Cannes promoting a short film she just directed, entitled Kitty, said that female filmmakers are held to different standards than men.

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W magazine recently interviewed Chloë Sevigny about her directorial debut Kitty at Cannes Film Festival. Check out the full interview on WMagazine.com or under the cut.


Live from Cannes: Chloë Sevigny on her Directorial Debut
by Gillian Sagansky

After roles in ‘American Horror Story’, ‘Bloodline’, and ‘Portlandia’, Chloë Sevigny goes behind the camera.

Premiering tonight at the Cannes Film Festival, Kitty follows a young girl who wakes up to find herself transformed into a kitten after months spent wishing she was one. Based on the short story by Beatnik writer Paul Bowles, the fifteen-minute film marks Chloë Sevigny’s first time behind the camera as director. She enlisted an impressive cast of characters for her first project, including keyboardist Brian DeGraw from Gang Gang Dance and Oscar-nominated cinematographer, Seamus McGarvey (Atonement). “The film is very music heavy, and there’s not a lot of dialogue, so thank god I had Brian!” she explains. Sevigny looked to the photographs of Sally Mann and Louis Carol as atmospheric inspirations, and says her biggest task was convincing her seven-year old star, Edie Yvonne, that dirt was, in fact, ok. “There was a lot of scenes where she had to be on the ground,” says Sevigny. “She didn’t like getting dirty and she’s wearing these white dresses. That was the hardest thing to communicate — that it was okay to get dirty.”

When did you first read the short story “Kitty”?

I read the book when I was in my twenties. My boyfriend and I were fans of Paul Bowles’ work and his lifestyle — how he was the godfather of the Beats, gay, having a wife who was also a writer, his whole story and vibe. I read a collection of short stories called “Midnight Mass,” which included “Kitty,” and fell in love with it. It’s six pages, and I felt it was so cinematic and that it had to be put on film. Luckily enough, the Paul Bowles estate, who are very difficult to deal with because they are so protective, gave us the rights, so I went for it. I sat down, I wrote it. It was something I’ve wanted to do for twenty years.

The film has a sort of eighties vibe.

Cinematically, yes. It was more that I love eighties fantasy movies, and I love the way eighties films are shot. I wanted it to be sort of timeless, so you couldn’t figure out when it was taking place. I love Flashdance, and Foxes. Those movies have such a dreamy quality. I loved the magical realism elements to it. I love practical effects, and no one uses them anymore because everything is CGI.

Magical realism, transformation, the story sounds pretty Kafka-esque.

People are saying that… that it has a little “Metamorphosis,” a little Kafka. It’s very sweet. I wanted it to be a little whisper of a tale. Not a lot of dialogue, it’s very music heavy.

When you were little did you want to be an animal?

Oddly no. I was happy being a little girl. But I do remember looking at myself in the mirror and seeing that I had blonde hair, blue eyes, and having that sense of vanity creeping in, that sense of self when you’re discovering your image. I think that’s what I wanted to explore with her in the beginning, when she’s contemplating whether she likes her existence as a little girl, or whether she would prefer to be something like a cat.

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