Great news – Oppenheimer is now available on DVD, Blu-ray, 4K UHD, and digital! The movie, in which Tim plays Senator Pastore, comes with 3+ hours of bonus content, including the 70-minute featurette, “The Story of Our Time: The Making of Oppenheimer.” The various disc versions also include a digital download code.
Check out this link to find out where to buy Oppenheimer in your preferred format!
While we can still post about this – Oppenheimer hits theaters in the US and UK this Friday, July 21! Tim has a small role as Senator Pastore in the film, which was written and directed by Christopher Nolan and stars Cillian Murphy, Emily Blunt, Matt Damon, Robert Downey Jr., and Florence Pugh.
The film was shot in IMAX, and the best way to see it would be at a theater capable of showing the IMAX 70mm version. You can find a list of those in this article, which also explains the different film formats. The regular version of the film will also be playing in theaters across the country, so you can still check it out there if you don’t live close enough to an IMAX location.
This is one of the most highly-anticipated films of the year, and we’re thrilled that Tim got to be a part of it!
Edited to add: international release dates include July 19 for France, July 20 for Germany and Denmark, and July 21 for Norway and Sweden.
For those who didn’t see this on Instagram, we got some great news from Tim – he’ll be appearing in Christopher Nolan’s highly-anticipated upcoming film, Oppenheimer!
He’ll be portraying Senator John Pastore, and it’s a very small role, but this is still a really big movie with a star-studded cast.
The film will follow the life of physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer, who was the director of the Los Alamos Laboratory during the Manhattan Project, and his role as “the father of the atomic bomb.” Cillian Murphy is starring as Oppenheimer, and the cast also includes Emily Blunt, Robert Downey Jr, Rami Malek, and Matt Damon. It’s set for a July 2023 release, so stay tuned…
Toke is Cheap, the short film Tim filmed in Vancouver back in March of 2018, will have its US premiere at the Long Island International Film Expo on Monday, July 15, 2019! It was directed by Kerry van der Griend and co-stars Emmett Ford, Lisa Durupt, and Mary J. Eden.
If you want to check it out, it’s showing during block 3 (the 7:30-9:30pm block) at Bellmore Movies, 222 Pettit Avenue in Bellmore, NY. Check this link for more info and to buy tickets.
The film will also be shown at the Stony Brook Film Festival in Stony Brook, NY, on Sunday, July 21, 2019. It’s paired with the feature film Above the Clouds and will be showing at 9:30pm at the Staller Center for the Arts at Stony Brook University. More info and ticket link (scroll down to July 21) can be found here.
And for those fans in the UK who want to see the film even sooner, it’ll be shown at the High Peak Independent Film Festival in New Mills, Derbyshire on Saturday, June 15! It’s part of the Britain and Beyond 3 block at 12pm the New Mills Art Theatre on Jodrell Street. Check this link for more info and tickets.
I’ve also added a few behind the scenes photos and a trailer screencap to the gallery! If any of you get to see the film, let us know what you think!
ViewPoint, a short film starring Tim, Nick Thurston, Montana Roesch, and Amy Schloerb, is now available on demand on HBO and HBO Go! The release was a bit of a surprise to all of us, Tim included, but we’re excited that we get to see this one! It’s available through July 15, so be sure to check it out soon.
I won’t spoil anything, but I’ll say that it’s a very short film (8 minutes) and is an interesting commentary on something with which so many in society are currently obsessed. I enjoyed it, though I wish they’d had more time – I could easily have watched more of this!
Also, screencaps have been added to the gallery, courtesy of Aragarna!
Enjoy, and let us know what you think of the movie!
Follow the River is looking for investors and will hold a fundraising event in Santa Fe on April 29th and 30th. If you are interested in investing in this film, you can contact Emergence Films for details.
You can learn more about Follow the River on Rachel Noll’s website, as well as Slated.
Slated also released a teaser video, containing exclusive footages shot in preparation for the film. (Note that this video is a couple years old, and does not mean the movie itself is actually being filmed yet.) The video is available at the site, and screencaptures of the new footages are available in the gallery.
In their November 2015 issue, the magazine American Cinematographer featured a ‘behind the scene’ look into the making of Best Man Wins.
The full article is available in the magazine section of the gallery (as jpeg files) or here (as a PDF file). The pictures shown in the article have also been added separately to the film’s image gallery.