Kristen Stewart St Vincent have been spotted together many times they went public earlier this year. The Twilight star previously dated Alicia Cargile, while musician St. Vincent was dating model, Cara Delevingne. Despite the controversial news surrounding their previous dating lives, they seem to be very happy as a couple now.
In fact, they are both involved in an upcoming movie entitled, Come Swim, where Stewart makes her directorial debut and St. Vincent provided scoring. The movie is set to premiere during the Sundance Festival.
Kristen Stewart, St Vincent Dating news
Stewart is dipping her toes in the world of directing and Come Swim also marks her debut as a screenwriter. Bringing her musically-talented girlfriend to this project, St. Vincent (whose real name is Annie Clark) will provide the scoring for the movie. Kristen Stewart’s Come Swim offers “a highbrow exploration for the first-time helmer” which has been described as “half impressionist and half realist portraits.”
As soon as the lineup for the upcoming festival was announced, St. Vincent quickly took to Twitter to share the good news to their fans.
I composed the soundtrack for Kristen Stewart's new short film Come Swim, which is also premiering at Sundance! https://t.co/ZE7rUmO206
— St. Vincent (@st_vincent) December 6, 2016
Kristen Stewart St Vincent joining Sundance for the first time
The 2017 Sundance Film Festival is featuring 68 new movies that include Stewart’s Come Swim. Moreover, other notable shorts included this year are Joe Talbot’s American Paradise, William Caballero’s Victor & Isolina, “a visualization of 3D printing” that tells the story of two elderly Latinos, and Garrett Bradley’s short documentary Alone, which “investigates the layers of mass incarceration and how it shapes the modern black American family.”
The Hollywood Reporter notes that next year’s Sundance Film Festival will also launch The New Climate program. For the first time, the festival is dedicating programming to a special and specific theme. In line with this, two shorts will screen under the New Climate Banner, namely: Esteban Arrangoiz’s The Diver and Jack Henry Robbins’ Hot Winter: A Film by Dick Pierre.
The 2017 Sundance Film Festival is set to happen in and around Park City, Utah, from Jan. 19 to Jan. 29.
— Liz. (@Had2BKristen) December 8, 2016