“Liberal Arts” Screen Captures

As promised screen captures of Lizzie as Zibby from her 2012 movie Liberal Arts have been added to the gallery. If you have not seen this movie I highly recommend you do as it’s a great movie and Lizzie is flawless in it as always!

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written by Jess on January 09, 2013

“Very Good Girls” + “Liberal Arts” Stills

I’ve added the first two released stills from Lizzie’s upcoming movie Very Good Girls to the gallery as well as three more stills from her 2012 movie Liberal Arts (from which screen captures will follow tomorrow).

I also forgot to post that not only Kill Your Darlings will be screened at the Sundance Film Festival but Very Good Girls as well. The Sundance Film Festival will start on January 17.

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written by Jess on January 08, 2013

“Liberal Arts” get Blu-Ray and DVD release date

IFC Films and MPI Home Video has announced that dramedy LIBERAL ARTS, from actor and director Josh Radnor and starring Elizabeth Olsen, Richard Jenkins, Allison Janney, Zac Efron, Elizabeth Reaser and John Magaro, will be available on Blu-ray December 18th, 2012.

LIBERAL ARTS follows Jesse (Josh Radnor) a thirty-five year old New Yorker who works as a college admissions advisor. When his favorite professor (Richard Jenkins) is on the verge of retirement, Jesse decides to travel back to his alma mater to celebrate the event. While at his old college, Jesse meets a young student Zibby (Elizabeth Olsen) and ends up falling for her and finds himself in a dilemma: should he be with Zibby and follow this kindred spirit, or go back to the hum-drum of the real world.

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written by Jess on November 14, 2012

Q&A With Lizzie about her role in “Liberal Arts”

Elizabeth Olsen sat down in midtown Manhattan with Examiner Dorri Olds to discuss Olsen’s character in the movie “Liberal Arts” which opened in NYC this week. Olsen stars opposite Josh Radnor—who also wrote and directed the film.

Olsen’s character, 19-year old college student Zibby, is precocious and fun. Jesse (Radnor) is a 35-year old bookworm whose growth has been stunted by college nostalgia. In a chance meeting, Zibby and Jesse hit it off. They connect on multiple levels and effect each other’s lives in unexpected ways. Richard Jenkins is terrific as a sad retiring professor. Allison Janney is hilarious as Judith, a rather randy professor. Cast members Zac Efron and John Magaro also add solid performances in this bittersweet coming of age drama.
‘Liberal Arts’ official trailer 2012
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Examiner: Should I call you Elizabeth?

Olsen: Ugh, no. Nobody calls me that. I’m Lizzie.

Ok, Lizzie, did you relate to your character, Zibby, on an emotional level?

Emotionally? Yeah, absolutely. She’s someone who wants to jump ahead and go straight to being an adult and I had that my entire life—until now. Now I’m really happy being a child, I feel more youthful than I did when I was 19.

Like the Dylan lyric, “I was so much older then, I’m younger than that now.”

Yeah, I took myself way too seriously for too many years.
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written by Jess on September 16, 2012
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