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Tygh Runyan of 'Doppelgänger Paul' at Toronto Film Festival 2011

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A conversation with Tygh Runyan and Brad Dryborough of 'Doppelgänger Paul' at the Toronto Film Festival 2011. http://www. redcarpetdiary.

Roundtable: The 'Versailles' Cast Introduce Their Historical Characters, Talk Recreating the Gilded Cage of the Sun King

through her relationships to men in power); Anna Brewster (Madame de Montespan, Louis' “Maîtress en titre,” who was rumored to have been a leading participant in the murder scandal known as the Affaire des Poisons); and Tygh Runyan (Fabien, the


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Provides a close-up look at the Showtime cable television series about a close-knit group of lesbian and bisexual friends living in Los Angeles, explaining how the controversial show has challenged traditional ideas of gender, sex, and relationships in modern society. Original. (A Showtime television series, starring Jennifer Beals, Pam Grier, Erin Daniels, Mia Kirshner, and others) (Performing Arts)

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Roger Ebert’s “criticism shows a nearly unequaled grasp of film history and technique, and formidable intellectual range. . . .” —New York Times Pulitzer Prize–winning film critic Roger Ebert presents more than 600 full-length critical movie reviews, along with interviews, tributes, and journal entries inside Roger Ebert’s Movie Yearbook 2013. It includes every movie review Ebert has written from January 2010 to July 2012. Also included in the Yearbook: —In-depth interviews with newsmakers and celebrities —Tributes to those in the film industry who have passed away recently —Essays on the Oscars, reports from the Toronto Film Festival, and entries into Ebert's Little Movie Glossary

Roundtable: The 'Versailles' Cast Introduce Their Historical Characters, Talk Recreating the Gilded Cage of the Sun King - Flavorwire

Louis XIV lived a long life, and in that long life, he started wars copiously. and he spent copiously, particularly on the palace that he built out of his father’s hunting lodge at Versailles, creating a new seat for his government as a way of destabilizing the power of Parisian French nobility. In other words, Louis XIV’s life seems readymade for the current television landscape, with its fascination with the ways socially stratified societies use sex, opulence, and violence to compartmentalize people, creating a complex terrain of... Louis’ expensive taste would be hard to replicate without a bit of imitation: Versailles , which premieres on October 1 on Ovation, is one of the costliest European series ever made. Versailles ‘ first season takes place when Louis XIV is in his mid-20s, right as he’s gearing up to officialize Versailles as the political center of France — essentially turning the isolated spot into the plushest detention center you’ve ever seen. Here, nobles are housed, but also have to navigate within an immobilizing limbo state, as the king grows increasingly aware of his agency and begins affronting their power and influence. (By the second episode, he’s gathered enough confidence to furiously declare his catchphrase, “I am the state” — a moment that Louis XIV surely anticipated becoming a pivotal plot point on a prestige cable series. But it’s also a place whose perfection denotes brutality and whose rigid social order is maintained by an underlying threat towards anyone who wishes to upend it. In advance of the U. S. premiere of the series — whose first season has already... Alexander Vlahos (Louis’ brother, Philipe I, Duke of Orléans, whose open homosexuality and cross-dressing, at a time where such a thing was entirely foreign, characterizes both his privilege his burdens, and speaks immensely to the most... Noemie Schmidt (Philippe’s wife, who, in the show, is in the midst of a long, relatively open affair with Louis, and who is able to affect policy through her relationships to men in power). Anna Brewster (Madame de Montespan, Louis’ “Maîtress en titre,” who was rumored to have been a leading participant in the murder scandal known as the Affaire des Poisons ). and Tygh Runyan (Fabien, the only actor present playing a fictional... Apart from the one character was was the King of France, all of these characters were either related to the King of France, slept with the King of France, or killed for the King of France — and their proximity to him was both a source of power and... I spoke to the cast about creating a world that’s as foreign as a fantasy, yet so well-documented as to require the replication of certain mannerisms and legacies people have come to know. Flavorwire: Prior to coming on to Versailles , what were your preconceived notions about 17th century French royalty/nobility. George Blagden : I had a basic British education of it — there was this building, and this guy built it, and it wasn’t that impressive. I’d never visited [Versailles]. British school kids don’t see the scale. The scariest thing for me psychologically was how Louis XIV made decisions that most people would find very hard — when he built the Grand Canal, he was advised that he’d potentially be sending 9,000 people to their deaths. When he built the Hall of Mirrors, he imported glass from Venice at the time, and if you’ve ever been in the Hall of Mirrors, it’s composed of consistent mirrored sheets — there are hundreds. The amount that he spent for the price of beauty, that was the most shocking thing about this world, the extreme scale. Noémie Schmidt : The first part of the script I read was [the episode with] the fashion show. You don’t get a script like that everyday, a fashion show at Versailles in the 17th century. It was beautifully written and described and you could see the grandeur of the castle and how crazy they were — they were all crazy. The show is called Versailles, not Louis XIV , and it does seem to encapsulate the environment as an organism.

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  1. through her relationships to men in power); Anna Brewster (Madame de Montespan, Louis' “Maîtress en titre,” who was rumored to have been a leading participant in the murder scandal known as the Affaire des Poisons); and Tygh Runyan (Fabien, the
  2. An intriguing anomaly: a London-set crime thriller boasting just enough storytelling heft and idiosyncratic style to merit investigation. Writer-director Ryan Bonder takes a borderline preposterous set-up – brooding Canuck Adam (Tygh Runyan) hides out
  3. Starring Anthony Head, Tygh Runyan, Belinda Stewart Wilson and Jed Rees, The Brother will be self-distributed in the UK later this year. Border's first feature Daydrift debuted at the Vancouver International Film Festival in 1999, since when he has
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Tygh Runyan is an award-winning actor, best known for his work in feature films such as 15 Minutes with Robert DeNiro, K-19 The Widowmaker with Harrison ...

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Tygh Runyan; Born (1976-06-13) June 13, 1976 (age 40) Vancouver, British Columbia: Nationality: Canadian: Occupation: Actor: Years active: 1991–present

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Lauren Lee Smith wearing Ines Di Santo - Heart and Stroke Foundation - The Heart Truth celebrity fashion show - Red Dress - Red Gown - Thursday February 8, 2012 - Creative Commons
Audiences first discovered Lauren Lee Smith when she was cast as a series regular on the hit Showtime drama series The L Word, which was filmed in her hometown of Vancouver. Her work received much praise and attention when she played an outgoing and very sexual woman in the independent award-winning film directed by Clement Virgo, Lie With Me, in which she had the leading role. Things have yet to slow down as Lauren Lee Smith is quickly establishing herself as one of Hollywood’s newest rising stars. In 2009, Smith worked aside Laurence Fishburne as ‘CSI Riley Adams’ on Season 9 of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. 2009 also saw Smith at Sundance appearing in Sandra Nettlebeck’s Helen starring Ashley Judd – for which Smith won a Leo Award. To stir things up a little, the end of 2009 had Smith spending three months in Germany filming Philip Kadelbeck’s epic period piece, Hindenburg. In 2010, Smith started the year filming Terry Miles’ independent feature, A Night for Dying Tigers,...
Lauren Lee Smith wearing Ines Di Santo - Heart and Stroke Foundation - The Heart Truth celebrity fashion show - Red Dress - Red Gown - Thursday February 8, 2012 - Creative Commons
Audiences first discovered Lauren Lee Smith when she was cast as a series regular on the hit Showtime drama series The L Word, which was filmed in her hometown of Vancouver. Her work received much praise and attention when she played an outgoing and very sexual woman in the independent award-winning film directed by Clement Virgo, Lie With Me, in which she had the leading role. Things have yet to slow down as Lauren Lee Smith is quickly establishing herself as one of Hollywood’s newest rising stars. In 2009, Smith worked aside Laurence Fishburne as ‘CSI Riley Adams’ on Season 9 of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. 2009 also saw Smith at Sundance appearing in Sandra Nettlebeck’s Helen starring Ashley Judd – for which Smith won a Leo Award. To stir things up a little, the end of 2009 had Smith spending three months in Germany filming Philip Kadelbeck’s epic period piece, Hindenburg. In 2010, Smith started the year filming Terry Miles’ independent feature, A Night for Dying Tigers,...
Lauren Lee Smith wearing Ines Di Santo - Heart and Stroke Foundation - The Heart Truth celebrity fashion show - Red Dress - Red Gown - Thursday February 8, 2012 - Creative Commons
Audiences first discovered Lauren Lee Smith when she was cast as a series regular on the hit Showtime drama series The L Word, which was filmed in her hometown of Vancouver. Her work received much praise and attention when she played an outgoing and very sexual woman in the independent award-winning film directed by Clement Virgo, Lie With Me, in which she had the leading role. Things have yet to slow down as Lauren Lee Smith is quickly establishing herself as one of Hollywood’s newest rising stars. In 2009, Smith worked aside Laurence Fishburne as ‘CSI Riley Adams’ on Season 9 of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. 2009 also saw Smith at Sundance appearing in Sandra Nettlebeck’s Helen starring Ashley Judd – for which Smith won a Leo Award. To stir things up a little, the end of 2009 had Smith spending three months in Germany filming Philip Kadelbeck’s epic period piece, Hindenburg. In 2010, Smith started the year filming Terry Miles’ independent feature, A Night for Dying Tigers,...
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A Night For Dying Tigers
Patrick (Tygh Runyan), the youngest of the three brothers, is an arrogant filmmaker on the rise and unable to let go of his love for his adopted sister Karen (Lauren Lee Smith), the loose cannon of the family. These disparate individuals are no candidates ...

Tygh Runyan on ‘Versailles’ enforcer’s reality check
They say it’s lonely at the top, but Versailles actor Tygh Runyan might argue it’s lonelier protecting the man at the top. Runyan plays Fabien Machal, the head of King Louis XIV’s police force, in the costume drama currently airing on Ovation.

5 Season Finales to Watch on TV in November
Alexander Vlahos, Elisa Lasowski, Stuart Bowman, and Tygh Runyan co-star in the series, which has already been renewed for a sophomore season.

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