This one has been more difficult due to the smaller nature of the project. However, your favourite young actress, Julia Goldani Telles, is set to star in a small film called ‘Any Other Friday’. Incase you missed it (our bad), this film is a short film about a football coach in a small town. It raised $10,000 on indiegogo, and clearly takes a lot of its inspiration from Friday Night Lights, which I loved.
Julia’s attachment to this project was not initially revealed, but there was a video of an interview with her talking about her role in the film – the coach’s granddaughter.
This is possibly the project of Julia’s that I am most interested in, and I can’t wait for it to be released. I’ll keep my ears to the ground for any news on that – all I see at the moment is a 2014 update on the director’s site stating that the project is coming along well and aiming for a Spring completion, which should be around now.
This is by no means news anymore, but in an attempt to catch up and update this site, I am posting it now.
Julia has signed on with Showtime to join Dominic West (The Wire) and Ruth Wilson (Luther) in ‘The Affair’. The show will feature two families, each of which will have one parent succumb to infidelity. Julia Goldani Telles will play the role of a 16 year old girl called Whitney, daughter of the character played by Dominic West.
We believe that this will be a defining role for Julia assuming it is given a full season order, as it is expected to be. We can’t wait to see Julia back on TV on a regular basis.
This site has been criminally underloved for too long.
Obviously Julia has not stopped existing, and there have been developments. Obviously Bunheads has been cancelled, about which I have plenty to say. Julia though has signed on to at least one new project which I actually found out about independently of her, because it looks very interesting.
So, in the next few weeks I will attempt to post any new interviews Julia has given in 2013, as well as a post about the cancellation of Bunheads and her upcoming project(s).
In short, I intend to revive this site in the upcoming months, and I will eventually get around to doing the summaries of each episode with screencaps, mostly because it’ll be a nice excuse to re-watch the show.
If anyone is interested in working with me on this site, because I do have other time commitments, don’t hesitate to let me know in the comments below. Make sure you leave an email address.
From this there are a couple of interesting answers from Julia about her future which I will paste, but it really is worth reading the whole interview.
When asked if they planned on sticking to acting, Julia replied:
“I love to act. I want to write too, though. I’m obsessed with The New Yorker, and I love to read good journalism. The storytelling aspect is what attracts me to acting. If I’m ever able to screen-write and act, that would be great. I love Lena Dunham; she produces, she acts, she does all of it, and I’d love to be on the other side of the camera.”
I like this answer, it suggests an all-round interest in the art of production akin to maybe Dianna Agron. It would be disappointed if she decided to stay on the other side of the camera for too long though.
Also, when asked if they wanted to attend college, Julia replied:
“I’d like to go to college and study journalism. I looked at Barnard yesterday, and I’m applying to schools this year.”
Again, a nice answer. Suggesting a very interesting future for her and hopefully a very successful one too.
Ok, so I promised to have the site updated by yesterday, no such luck. I’ll probably do the screencaps and review of episode 11 today as I don’t currently have access to the previous episodes. Also, I’ve missed plenty of reviews and pictures of Julia, so I’ll try to update the site with these. This is a site I intend to keep updated, even if I haven’t so far.