Ralph Fiennes joins his cast for “The White Crow”

Two time Academy Award nominated actor Ralph Fiennes has announced that he will be acting in his film “The White Crow”

The film is due to release most likely some time next year, however as it is still in pre-production it is not clear when it will be released. The film focuses its story on the late Russian ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev. It will be a biographical film depicting his life and his influence. It will be based on the book by Julie Kavanagh and screenplay by David Hare. Oleg Ivenko will be playing the main protagonist Rudolf Nureyev. Several sources have announced that the film will be sold to international buyers at the Berlin International Film Festival. This will be the third film Ralph Fiennes has directed, his previous two films are Coriolanus (2011) and The Invisible Woman (2013)

 

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