Dec 10
2021

Noomi’s upcoming film “You Won’t Be Alone” will celebrate its world-premiere at the Sundance Film Festival on January 23, 2022, before its theatrical release on January 28, 2022 in the United States.

In an isolated mountain village in 19th-century Macedonia, a young girl is taken from her mother and transformed into a witch by an ancient, shape-shifting spirit. Left to wander feral, the young witch beholds the natural world with curiosity and wonder. After inadvertently killing a villager and assuming her body, she continues to inhabit different people, living among the villagers for years, observing and mimicking their behavior until the ancient spirit returns, bringing them full circle.

The debut feature of Australian-Macedonian writer-director Goran Stolevski, You Won’t Be Alone is wonderfully unlike any witch film you’ve seen. Its striking artistry and aestheticism blends supernatural horror (there’s no shortage of blood and entrails) with poetic fable, yielding a sensory meditation on life that is unexpectedly emotional and profoundly humanistic. Even the malevolent ancient spirit, born of suffering and loneliness, is a contoured character. And the young witch (played by multiple actors, including Noomi Rapace, Alice Englert, Carloto Cotta, and Sara Klimoska) suggests a transcendent spirit who, across successive lives – woman, man, mother, child – experiences what it means to be human.

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Photo Gallery – Career Photography – You Won’t Be Alone – Production Stills

Dec 09
2021

On Wednesday and Thursday, Noomi Rapace and director Valdimar Jóhannsson participated in a comprehensive media tour in the United Kingdom to promote Friday’s theatrical release of “Lamb”. There were various screenings and Q&As for the film throughout London. Pictures from all events have been added to the photo gallery.


Then, Noomi participated in two separate press junkets for the film. Clips from both, as well as a clip from the Q&A at the British Film Institute have been added to the video archive. Check the list below for a complete list of updates. Enjoy.

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Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 2021 – “Lamb” London Gala Screening
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Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 2021 – “Lamb” Screening hosted by CAA
Video Archive – Career Videos – Lamb – Press Junket 01 (United Kingdom)
Video Archive – Career Videos – Lamb – Press Junket 02 (United Kingdom)
Video Archive – Public Appearances – Lamb Screening at British Film Institute (2021)
Video Archive – Podcasts – Times Radio with Mariella Frostrup (2021)

Dec 05
2021

In 2010’s “The Secrets we Keep”, Noomi Rapace – with a cigarette glued to her hand – plays a persecuted Romani with a traumatizing past, living an All-American life as a 1950’s housewife, when she suddenly sees the man she believes killed her sister during World War II. She kidnaps him, hides him in the family basement and tries to get a confession out of him. All the while, she cannot even convince her husband that two strangers who met at the end of the world end up in the same little town in America. “The Secrets We Keep” plays out like a four-person-play in a claustrophobic basement, but it can’t keep the pace and suspense the story needs. Much like last week’s “Angel of Mine”, the story’s premise allows only two ways to end, so there’s not much of a surprise to its climax. Still, it’s a good watch, so make sure to look out for it on your streaming device. Screencaptures from the Blu-Ray have been added to the photo gallery. Next Sunday will bring us yet another basement story with Tommy Wirkola’s “The Trip”.


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Photo Gallery – Career Photography – The Secrets We Keep – Blu-Ray Screencaptures

Dec 02
2021

On Monday, Noomi was among the many prominent guests to grace the red carpet of the 2021 Fashion Awards in London. Lots of pictures from the event have been added to the photo gallery.


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Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 2021 – The 2021 Fashion Awards

Nov 28
2021

This Sunday, we cover “Angel of Mine”, a 2019 release and a remake of a French film with Noomi Rapace playing a woman who’s certain that a girl from the neighborhood is her own daughter, which she lost days after giving birth in a hospital fire. Is she right or is she losing her mind? In this thriller-by-the-numbers, the answer is as clear as it is predictable. While its watchable, it ticks every box of the “maternal instincts” thriller along the way. You can’t blame its director or the actors, because there isn’t a much better film within this story. It’s an OK watch for a Sunday afternoon, but for a decent film evening I’d recommend any of those films that inspired “Angel of Mine”. Next week: The Secrets We Keep.


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Photo Gallery – Career Photography – Feature Films – Angel of Mine – Blu-Ray Screencaptures

Nov 21
2021

I’m happy to introduce a new site special that will allow me to keep up with screencaptures from Noomi’s films that haven’t been added in the last couple of years. While there are a couple of films to wrap up, I’ve decided to do it weekly with one update posted every Sunday from now on until Christmas (which will have a great surprise for all visitors) Let’s start with the first in line – 2019’s “Stockholm” about the bank robbery that gave birth to the “Stockholm Syndrome”. The Canadian film, starring Ethan Hawke, Noomi Rapace and Mark Strong, was shelfed for more than two years after being theatrically released in the US and the UK (titled “The Captor”, for whatever reason). “Stockholm” is not a documentary and a bit too focused on the absurdity of the story, in my opinion, but it’s still worth a watch, especially for Noomi’s performance. High quality screencaptures from the Blu-Ray can be now found in the photo gallery. Next week: Angel of Mine.


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Photo Gallery – Career Photography – Feature Films – Stockholm – Blu-Ray Screencaptures

Nov 09
2021

A big batch of additional production stills from “Lamb” have been added to the photo gallery, alongside a couple of new on-set pictures and international posters. I have been keeping my fingers crossed for today’s announcement of the European Film Award nominations, but besides a well deserved nomination for the best film by a first-time director, “Lamb” didn’t make the cut in any other categories. It would have been a fitting honor for Noomi to be recognized 10 years after her nomination for “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”. Anyway, have a look at the new pictures below.


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Photo Gallery – Career Photography – Feature Films – Lamb – Production Stills
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Photo Gallery – Career Photography – Feature Films – Lamb – Posters & Key-Art

Nov 05
2021

With all recent films being added to the photo gallery, I went through my archives to see which production stills were missing – and there have been a lot. So enjoy lots of additional updates on Noomi’s film, television and theatre working, starting as early as 2004’s stage production of “Den älskade” all the way through the “Millennium” trilogy, “Child 44” and “Unlocked” to the most recent “The Trip”. For a complete list of updates, have a look at the previews below.


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Photo Gallery – Career Photography – Feature Films – Lamb – Production Stills
Photo Gallery – Career Photography – Feature Films – The Trip – Production Stills
Photo Gallery – Career Photography – Feature Films – The Trip – Posters & Key-Art
Photo Gallery – Career Photography – Feature Films – The Secrets We Keep – Production Stills
Photo Gallery – Career Photography – Feature Films – Angel of Mine – Production Stills
Photo Gallery – Career Photography – Feature Films – Close – Production Stills
Photo Gallery – Career Photography – Feature Films – Close – On-Set Pictures
Photo Gallery – Career Photography – Feature Films – Bright – Production Stills
Photo Gallery – Career Photography – Feature Films – Bright – Promotional Stills
Photo Gallery – Career Photography – Feature Films – What Happened to Monday – Production Stills

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Oct 15
2021

The international promotion tour for “Lamb” continues with an appearance at the 65th BFI London Film Festival, where Noomi and director Valdimar Jóhannsson were on hand to promote the film. Pictures from the premiere have been added to the photo gallery.

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Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 2021 – 65th BFI London Film Festival – “Lamb” Premiere

Oct 11
2021

Noomi Rapace was a vision in white at yesterday’s screening of “Lamb” at the Sitges Film Festival in Spain, taking place only a day after the screening of “The Trip”. Pictures from the premiere have been added to the photo gallery.


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Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 2021 – Sitges Film Festival – “Lamb” Screening