Riley Keough poses with War Pony director Geena Gemmell at SXSW … amid Presley’s latest drama
Riley Keough was photographed with her War Pony co-director Geena Hammel at the film’s North American premiere at SXSW on Thursday at The Paramount Theater in Austin, Texas.
The 33-year-old actress/filmmaker wore a plunging V-neck dress with long sleeves and gold bracelets at the debut of the film, which tells “the intertwined stories of two young Oglala Lakota men growing up on the Pine Ridge Reservation.” according to the synopsis.
Keo is the granddaughter of the late Elvis Presley and daughter of the late Lisa Marie Presley – let her auburn locks down and parted with gold earrings at the show, where she posed alongside her project partner Hamel.
Gammel wore a cotton Bijou Check ensemble of a short-sleeved shirt and wide-leg trousers with tan sandals.
The creative, who has worked on projects such as Monodrome and Welcome to the Stranger in the past, let her wavy brown locks down and parted with hoop earrings at the film event.
The latest: Riley Keough , 33, was photographed with her War Pony co-director Geena Gemmell at the film’s North American premiere at SXSW on Thursday, held at The Paramount Theater in Austin, Texas.
The release came when the film’s US and Canadian rights were acquired by Momentum Pictures, Deadline reported on Wednesday.
The offer from Keough and Gammell comes after War Pony made its global debut last May at the Cannes Film Festival in Un Certain Regard, winning the Camera d’Or (Best First Feature Film).
Kiyo has been in the news lately for his ongoing feud with his grandmother Priscilla Presley over the will of her late mother, Lisa Marie Presley.
The actress lost her mother after suffering cardiac arrest at her Calabasas, California home in January.
The dispute with Priscilla arose because Keough and her brother Benjamin were appointed trustees of Lisa Marie’s estate in 2016, after she had been the sole trustee for many years.
Benjamin committed suicide in 2020, meaning that the estate now belongs to Keough. Priscilla is contesting the 2016 amendment and questioned the authenticity of her late daughter’s signatures on the document.
The family feud continued this week in a Los Angeles court when Lisa Marie’s ex-husband Michael Lockwood, 61, was awarded full custody of their twin daughters Harper and Finley, 14, following her death at 54.
Lockwood fought a contentious custody battle with Lisa Marie for seven years, with Riley siding with her because she was upset she was losing time with her half-sisters.
At the show, Kyo let her auburn locks down and parted with gold earrings
The 33-year-old actress/filmmaker wore a plunging V-neck dress with long sleeves and gold bangles at the film’s premiere.
She posed with Hamel, her award-winning project collaborator
Hamel wore a short-sleeved cotton check shirt and wide-leg pants with tan sandals
Keo smiled at the occasion amid a difficult few months since the death of her mother, Lisa Marie Presley
Keough and Hamel posed with the cast of the motion picture at the screening
A source said Priscilla agreed with Lockwood amid recent events as she is keen to “be a part of her grandchildren’s lives”. People the last month.
Kea has also been busy promoting her new 10-episode Amazon Prime miniseries Daisy Jones and The Six, which focuses on the 1970s music scene. Los Angeles and inspired by Fleetwood Mac.
A show that follows the rise of rock band Daisy Jones and The Six in the Los Angeles music scene of the 70s in their quest for global icon status.
The show is based on the New York Times bestselling novel and also stars Sookie Waterhouse, Camille Maron, Sam Claflin, Sebastien Chacon, Josh Whitehouse, Nabia Be and Tom Wright.
The series will feature 24 original songs written exclusively for the series and recorded by the cast. The original score will be released by Atlantic Records during the run of the series.
The series debuts on March 3, with new episodes airing every Friday through March 24.
Keough stars in the Prime Video series Daisy Jones and The Six, which follows the rise of rock band Daisy Jones and The Six through the 1970s Los Angeles music scene in their quest for global icon status
Based on the New York Times bestselling novel, the series also stars Sookie Waterhouse, Camille Maron, Sam Claflin, Sebastien Chacon, Josh Waterhouse, Nabia Be and Tom Wright.
The series will feature 24 original songs written exclusively for the series and recorded by the cast