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August 16th, 2017 

Mackenzie gave an interview to Vulture discussing about race, money and the value of having difficult conversations. Below you can read the whole interview. Enjoy!


A long with a duct-taped copy of Donna Tartt’s The Goldfinch, Mackenzie Davis toted a glass bottle of green water around with her on set of Halt and Catch Fire. “Recently I was like, ‘I smell bad,’” Davis said as she took a swig. She used to put droplets of chlorophyll into her water, but when she stopped, she noticed her body odor, so she started up again. “If you drink it for like a week and a half, you smell like sweet cut grass,” she said. “It also increases cellular respiration and allows you to have more oxygen in your bloodstream, but I can only vouch for the sweet cut grass.”

We’re lounging on a couch in Donna’s (played by her co-star, Kerry Bishé) living room, which has been retrofitted in a palette of salmon pink to reflect the interior-decorating tastes of the early 1990s. Davis is taking a break between scenes while shooting the series finale of a show she started on five years ago playing Cameron Howe, the coding savant who can best relate to people through technology. Since then, Davis’s career has moved forward at a fast clip with roles in That Awkward MomentThe Martian, a beloved episode of Black Mirror, and an upcoming part in Blade Runner 2049. Four seasons later, perhaps the most concrete acknowledgment of her ascent (as well as a changing industry) is this: AMC offered her and Bishé a salary commensurate to their male co-stars Lee Pace and Scoot McNairy for the final season.

Davis, 30, who studied English at McGill University in Montreal and didn’t pursue acting professionally until she graduated, maintains the demeanor of someone who thinks of herself as a lifelong student. She loves books, ideas, and the cultural conversation. So when I bring up The Martian, where she played engineer Mindy Park, she knows immediately what I’m talking about. “Are you talking about the whitewashing thing?” she says. “I’ve actually wanted somebody to ask me about this.” What follows is an engrossing, thoughtful conversation about the things most people don’t like to talk about: money, race, and feminism.

My understanding is that the Halt and Catch Fire cast had wine readings at Lee Pace’s house. How did that come about?
Lee started it, and I’m so grateful that he did. We didn’t have table reads for the show because of our schedule, which is hard, especially because we don’t work with the whole cast every scene, so you don’t get the whole shape of the episode or pick up on dramatic subtleties if you’re working in isolation like that. So we’d go to Lee’s house and make dinner and drink wine and just have a table read and bitch about what we needed to. If somebody had to complain, it was really nice, because you got to hear other people’s point of views about your character. You’d go, “I’m super frustrated over this!” and they’d go, “That’s not how we experience you at all,” which can be helpful and not helpful because you’re like, “All that matters is whatever this person thinks of themselves.” But sometimes it’s nice to have a read from somebody without your particular sensitivities for your character voice. It just bonded us so well. We’re not from L.A., we don’t know anybody, it was super lonely, and then we had this thing every Sunday where we got together, read the script, worked it out, and had a laugh and got drunk. It really felt like we came here in this concentrated theater camp for four months every year and devoted ourselves to this thing and went our separate ways. I think the show would have been so unbelievably different if we hadn’t done that. Read More

August 3rd, 2017 

I have added to the gallery Mackenzie’s portraits for the final season of “Halt & Catch Fire”. So, be sure to check them out. Below you can also find a featurette video with the cast and crew. Enjoy!

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TV Productions > Halt And Catch Fire > Season 04 > Promotional Photoshoot
TV Productions > Halt And Catch Fire > Season 04 > Official Posters

August 3rd, 2017 

“Halt & Catch Fire” is coming back for its final season on August 19th and we finally have the first production stills of Mackenzie as Cameron Howe in the two first episodes. So, be sure to check them out in our gallery. Below you can find the promo video, in case you missed it. Enjoy!

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TV Productions > Halt And Catch Fire > Season 04 > Production Stills > Episode 01
TV Productions > Halt And Catch Fire > Season 04 > Production Stills > Episode 02

June 7th, 2017 

Mackenzie graces the cover of the “Youth in Revolt” issue of Interview Magazine for June/July. Mackenzie was interviewed by her friend and Editor-in-chief  of the Interview magazine Nick Haramis. The first pictures from the photoshoot have been added to the gallery and be sure to read the interview below. Enjoy!

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Magazine Scans > Magazine Scans 2017 > June/July – Interview
Photoshoots > Photoshoots 2017 > Interview

Mackenzie Davis is lying next to me in a bed at the Bowery Hotel in downtown New York. She has taken off her pleated skirt to get a bit more comfortable and is uncorking a bottle of white wine with the precision of a master sommelier. We swore we wouldn’t drink—as a rule, it’s best not to mix alcohol and interviews—but then again, this interview isn’t exactly normal for either of us.

A native of Vancouver, Davis studied English at McGill University in Montreal—which is where we met and quickly became friends. Even then, her dream was to make movies, and she spent much of those earlier years honing her craft with secret acting classes and in school plays. Shortly after graduating, she moved to New York and stepped into the revolving door that’s so familiar to aspiring stars: auditions, in person and on tape; meetings and callbacks and screen tests; and the inevitable, “They decided to go with someone a little more established.”
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May 31st, 2017 

LA Film Festival released a promo clip for Mackenzie’s upcoming movie ‘Izzy Gets The F*ck Across Town‘  which it will have its premiere  on June 17 during the the festival. So, be sure the first clip below. Enjoy!

May 23rd, 2017 

Mackenzie joined  the ‘Black Mirror’ panel Q&A at the FYSee exhibit space on Friday (May 19th). High-quality pictures have been added to the gallery so make sure to check them out. She looked lovely. Enjoy!

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Appearances & Events > Appearances 2017 > May 19 – ‘Black Mirror’ Panel Q&A At The FYSee Exhibit Space

May 22nd, 2017 

Mackenzie and the cast of ‘Halt and Catch Fire’ attended a Q&A panel hosted by Los Angeles Time yesterday. I have added to the gallery some high-quality pictures of Mackenzie with Lee Pace, Kerry Bishe and Toby Huss. Enjoy!

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Appearances & Events > Appearances 2017 > May 21 – ‘Halt And Catch Fire’ Panel Hosted By Los Angeles Times

May 19th, 2017 

Mackenzie Davis is set to star in Vivarium, a sci-fi thriller directed by Lorcan Finnegan. XYZ Films is launching sales on the project to foreign buyers here in Cannes this week.

Davis will play a young woman who, along with her fiancé, is in search of the perfect starter home. After following a mysterious real estate agent to a new housing development, the couple finds themselves trapped in a maze of identical houses and forced to raise an otherworldly child.

Fantastic Films’ Brendan McCarthy and John McDonnell will produce in co-production with Belgium’s Frakas Productions, with XYZ exec producing and handling global sales. Vivarium will also receive additional support from the Irish Film Board. Project is eyeing a September start of production.

Davis can next be seen in Denis Villenueve’s highly-anticipated Blade Runner 2049, along with appearing in the title role of Jason Reitman’s upcoming motherhood comedy Tully. She also starred in the critically-acclaimed “San Junipero” episode in the latest season of sci-fi anthology Black Mirror.


May 9th, 2017 

Great news for Mackenzie’s upcoming indie movie “Izzy Gets the … Across Town,” got selected in the U.S. fiction competition at the LA Film Festival. The festival will open on June 14.

The LA Film Festival has unveiled its lineups for the competition sections with 42% of the films directed by women and 40% by people of color.

The U.S. fiction competition has several entries with recognizable names — Camille Thoman’s “Never Here” features Mireille Enos and Sam Shepard; Christian Papierniak’s “Izzy Gets the … Across Town,” starring Mackenzie Davis, Lakeith Stanfield, and Carrie Coon; Vincent Grashaw’s “And Then I Go” with Melanie Lynskey, Justin Long, and Royalty Hightower; and Paul Briganti’s “Village People” starring Aya Cash.


May 8th, 2017 

The first trailer for the very anticipated movie “Blade Runner 2049” has been released today and it’s a must watch. In this trailer we also got a first look on Mackenzie’s role.  I have added to the gallery some captures of Mackenzie. Check it out!

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Movies Productions > Blade Runner 2049 > Trailer Captures

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