Matt Bomer al Giffoni 2014: “Essere autentici è il valore della diversità”


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Matt Bomer about parenthood [mediafire]

Question as translated by the translator: How do you live your parenthood … your fatherhood?

Matt: All that into that? [Editor: That long question became that short question??]

Question: Yeah! She introduced it being… [Editor: The translator did not include the questioner giving a story or example. Her question is basically something about how he feels about parenting or what his parenting philosophy is or how being a father has changed him.]

Matt: Wow! Oh, yeah, oh gotcha. I mean, to me, parenthood is… I feel like I learn as much from our children as they — as I’m able to teach to them. Um, and I try to … You know, I think one of the amazing things that you realize — that helps with your authenticity as an artist…. And you know, it goes along with this festival of [the theme of] “Be Different”…. We have three sons, and they’re all completely different, with the exact same upbringing, and they’re so authentic and so truthful, and that’s very inspiring to me as a parent. But my job, I feel, is to try to be present and give them the structure that they need to thrive in the world but also never fence them in so much that they lose that identity that they come into the world with.

Matt and Simon leaving the blue carpet [mediafire]

Matt and Simon arriving at the juror Q&A + Simon fixing Matt’s tie [mediafire]

WELCOME MATT BOMER at Giffoni Film Festival

Matt Bomer on the importance of gay characters and out gay actors in tv and film [mediafire]

Question: I will ask you a question: Do you think that gay characters in movies or tv series, or also ‘coming out’ of actors in real life, could help gay guys or girls in the world to feel less lonely in the world, yeah maybe? Or something like that?

Matt: Yes, absolutely, but it all depends on how they’re [gay characters] represented. Because I feel that it’s important to me…. I didn’t have, as a kid, I didn’t have characters to look up to to say “Oh, this [being gay] is okay, or this is alright.” So I feel a responsibility as an actor to only take those roles that are really well-written and where they’re written as a human being and not a stereotype. So as long as we have… we have a responsibility as writers, as well, to write really well-drawn characters, who just happen to be gay [and] aren’t defined by that. And I think that’s important for all of us as artists to keep that dialogue going, so that we can give people positive [gay] role models

Matt Bomer protagonista al Giffoni Film Festival [x]


Simon fixing Matt’s tie [x]

Simon fixing Matt’s tie [x]

Matt Bomer a Giffoni [x]

MATT BOMER blue carpet e premiazione @ Giffoni Experience 2014 [x]

Matt Bomer talking about his new project: “I’m also going to narrate a documentary for HBO that’s about the abuse of gay people in Russia that I’m very excited about” [mediafire]


Matt Bomer; Giffoni Experience 2014 - 07.09.201412:11 The persons for the M&G are coming inside the Sordi hall. We are all waiting for Matt. The percentage of women participating is eerie. Nobody can resists hormones… 12:30 Matt Bomer is beautiful even in person, i’m telling you. While entering the room he had his eye spread wide open at seeing a wall of colorful t shirts and frenzy girls. He almost doesn’t believe it. 12:33 First question: Was it hard to play the role in The Normal Heart? It’s a hard story, about AIDS. A good start: “It was difficult to confront. I tried to bring out all the will to live the character had, while the situation was gettin’ harder.” 12:34 “Would you like to do Glee again? How was your adventure there?” - “It was a beautiful experience, fantastic. They work they do in every episode is amazing, they sing and dance. Of course i’d like to go back.” We’d like you too if you wet back on it, trust us. 12:37 “Since i was a kid i wanted to do something in the world, so i channeled my education on this too. I also studied music, but i didn’t expected all this success of course.” (At the “sing something” request he skate over…)12:38  How did you prepare for the role in The Normal Heart? - “I worked a lot on it because i wanted that it came out as good as the director wanted. I even rented a theater, an hall, to rehears. The more i identified with the character the more i dropped weight, the more i entered his difficulties the more weight i’d lose. And thanks to the chemistry with the protagonist every scene was better than the one before that.” 12:40 Will you miss White Collar when it will end? - “Of course i will miss it. We only have left two weeks of filming before the end. I will miss the cast, we’re like a family now. It was amaing to work with this cast for six years, but all the beautiful things comes to an end and this is the moment for the end of White Collar.” 12:42 “I like my character, but i can’t paint like him. When i had to fake that the drawings that came out was almost childish. The crew would hang them to mock me. I love art and the impressionists: i always get starstruck at seeing what they was able to create.” 12:45 What should we expect from the last season of WC? - “It’s a dense and decisive season. I had an idea about how it should end, and i’m happy because the writers have accepted my ideas. It will also be a shocking end for some reason, but i think it’s good to be moved and touched by the finale.” 12:47 “I have a little role in an animation movie with Melissa MCCarthy, so i’m already working on a kids movie. “ 12:48 Finally he get the congratulations for the Emmy nomination and a girl give him a portrait to be autographed. So, these are the moments i whish i knew how to draw. But we’re back talking about TNH. “If i’m moved by a story, like with TNH, if it engage and convince me i do not spare myself for it.” 12:51 The “I love you”s are being throw out, but we are at ta key moment: “Would have you liked to do 50SoG? I’ve read the book and thought it would have been perfect for you.” - “Honestly i didn’t read the book, i know there has been a lot of talks about it, and i’m flattered that people thought of me for the role, but i’ve no idea about what it is.” Diplomacy? 12:53 What was the best experience about True Calling? - “It was my first regular role on prime time tv. I learned a lot from that experience and i had a lot of fun with the cast.” 12:55 “I think that gay roles can help, but it’s important that they’re not stereotypes, that doesn’t help. Both as an actor and person i feel the responsibility to represent people that are human being, and between their characteristics is that they are gay. “ 12:57 “I’m working on the sequel of Magic Mike and i’m excited to work again with that group of actors and crew. I’d like to be involved in bigger roles like with TNH, both on tv and movies. And i’ll narrate a documentary for HBO about the mistreatment of gay people in Russia.” 13:30 “Which of my characters [Bryce Larkin and Neal Caffrey] i like more? Both and neither of them. Both, for example are married to their work. And it’s not good.” 13:01 “BE DIFFERENT” it’s is final incitement. And it close here. Source
Matt Bomer;
Giffoni Experience 2014 - 07.09.2014


12:11 The persons for the M&G are coming inside the Sordi hall. We are all waiting for Matt. The percentage of women participating is eerie. Nobody can resists hormones…

12:30 Matt Bomer is beautiful even in person, i’m telling you. While entering the room he had his eye spread wide open at seeing a wall of colorful t shirts and frenzy girls. He almost doesn’t believe it.

12:33 First question: Was it hard to play the role in The Normal Heart? It’s a hard story, about AIDS. A good start: “It was difficult to confront. I tried to bring out all the will to live the character had, while the situation was gettin’ harder.

12:34 “Would you like to do Glee again? How was your adventure there?” - “It was a beautiful experience, fantastic. They work they do in every episode is amazing, they sing and dance. Of course i’d like to go back.” We’d like you too if you wet back on it, trust us.

12:37Since i was a kid i wanted to do something in the world, so i channeled my education on this too. I also studied music, but i didn’t expected all this success of course.” (At the “sing something” request he skate over…)

12:38  How did you prepare for the role in The Normal Heart? - “I worked a lot on it because i wanted that it came out as good as the director wanted. I even rented a theater, an hall, to rehears. The more i identified with the character the more i dropped weight, the more i entered his difficulties the more weight i’d lose. And thanks to the chemistry with the protagonist every scene was better than the one before that.

12:40 Will you miss White Collar when it will end? - “Of course i will miss it. We only have left two weeks of filming before the end. I will miss the cast, we’re like a family now. It was amaing to work with this cast for six years, but all the beautiful things comes to an end and this is the moment for the end of White Collar.

12:42I like my character, but i can’t paint like him. When i had to fake that the drawings that came out was almost childish. The crew would hang them to mock me. I love art and the impressionists: i always get starstruck at seeing what they was able to create.

12:45 What should we expect from the last season of WC? - “It’s a dense and decisive season. I had an idea about how it should end, and i’m happy because the writers have accepted my ideas. It will also be a shocking end for some reason, but i think it’s good to be moved and touched by the finale.

12:47I have a little role in an animation movie with Melissa MCCarthy, so i’m already working on a kids movie.

12:48 Finally he get the congratulations for the Emmy nomination and a girl give him a portrait to be autographed. So, these are the moments i whish i knew how to draw. But we’re back talking about TNH. “If i’m moved by a story, like with TNH, if it engage and convince me i do not spare myself for it.

12:51 The “I love you”s are being throw out, but we are at ta key moment: “Would have you liked to do 50SoG? I’ve read the book and thought it would have been perfect for you.” - “Honestly i didn’t read the book, i know there has been a lot of talks about it, and i’m flattered that people thought of me for the role, but i’ve no idea about what it is.” Diplomacy?

12:53 What was the best experience about True Calling? - “It was my first regular role on prime time tv. I learned a lot from that experience and i had a lot of fun with the cast.

12:55I think that gay roles can help, but it’s important that they’re not stereotypes, that doesn’t help. Both as an actor and person i feel the responsibility to represent people that are human being, and between their characteristics is that they are gay.

12:57I’m working on the sequel of Magic Mike and i’m excited to work again with that group of actors and crew. I’d like to be involved in bigger roles like with TNH, both on tv and movies. And i’ll narrate a documentary for HBO about the mistreatment of gay people in Russia.

13:30Which of my characters [Bryce Larkin and Neal Caffrey] i like more? Both and neither of them. Both, for example are married to their work. And it’s not good.

13:01BE DIFFERENT” it’s is final incitement. And it close here.


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Matt Bomer @ Giffoni Experience 2014[x]

FORD GETS INSPIRED: Tom Ford can soon add to his list of industry accolades, including CFDA Womenswear and Menswear Designer of the Year and Geoffrey Beene Lifetime Achievement Award, when he receives the Award of Inspiration at amfAR’s fifth annual Inspiration Gala Los Angeles on Oct. 29. At the Inspiration Gala, a celebration of men’s style, amfAR will recognize both his contributions to men’s wear design and his commitment to combating the AIDS crisis. 

Ford has been a longtime supporter of amfAR and an outspoken advocate on behalf of people living with AIDS. The event, to be held at Milk Studios, is chaired by amfAR chairman Kenneth Cole, Bryan Lourd and Aileen Getty, and cochaired by Simon Halls and Matt Bomer. Proceeds from the black-tie gala will benefit amfAR’s life-saving AIDS research initiatives. [wwd.com]

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