The New York Times ran a profile on one of my most highly anticipated films of 2010… John Cameron Mitchell’s “Rabbit Hole.” Reading it made me even more fascinated in the project, which star Nicole Kidman is producing, and which is being made on a much more miniscule budget than I expected:
“[Nicole Kidman] took on another demanding new role as well, as a producer of the movie, the first from her production company, Blossom Films,” the profile writes. “With a modest budget of less than $10 million, a brisk 28-day shoot, a surprising director in John Cameron Mitchell, few frills (no trailers for the stars) and many interns, ‘Rabbit Hole’ is more like an indie than a Hollywood production. Make no mistake: it was Ms. Kidman’s wattage that got it made, and quickly. But it does not yet have distribution.
Read the whole piece here – its well worth your time. And here are some images from the film (I love Kidman’s return to red):