Manifesto in competition at the Nashville Film Festival

Manifesto in competition at the Nashville Film Festival

Hello folks!
Manifesto has gained a place in another American film festival: the Nashville Film Festival (April 20-29) has set the movie in the Spectrum section (Spectrum Spotlight). At the time there isn’t a more detailed program.

The Tribeca Film Festival unveils program, Manifesto goes to Bucharest and Ankara

The Tribeca Film Festival unveils program, Manifesto goes to Bucharest and Ankara

Good morning! The Tribeca Film Festival has released the full program of this year. Manifesto will screen three times, at the end of April, you can find the detailed information here.
Manifesto also continues its tour in Europe, with two projections at the Bucharest International Experimental Film Festival (March 28 – April 2), and then it will compete in the Masterwork Section at the 28th Ankara International Film Festival (20-30 April).

We’ll keep you as postes as we can, for all the known sceenings, check the calendar on the right column of the site.

Cate Blanchett: “Everyone Gets Obsessed With Anti-Aging” #SKII

One more promotional interview for SK II and a new beautiful photo!

It took Winter Storm Stella to prove what we’ve long suspected:

Cate Blanchett is fucking hardcore.

The acclaimed actress is dressed, glossed, and ready to go at 10 am, despite blizzard conditions shutting down Manhattan. She insists she’ll perform as scheduled in the stage hit The Present, even if half the audience will be stuck home in New Jersey. She gamely talks about politics, Rihanna, and day-old eyeliner as the wind hits 70 mph outside. And she knows a lot about skincare, too, which is good because we’re here for SK-II’s latest launch.

It’s a version of their famous Facial Treatment Essence, decked with flowers and designed for Mother’s Day gifting. Called “Sakura” after Japan’s famous cherry blossom season, the limited-edition bottle hits Sephora this week—just as Blanchett, SK-II’s most famous spokeswoman, wraps her six-month run on Broadway.

We grabbed our sled dogs and mushed uptown for the chance to meet Blanchett in person. (Yes, she looks exactly the same as she does onscreen. Yes, we were nervous. Yes, that means we asked really random questions… Would you have it any other way?)

You’ve played two immortal characters: Galadriel in ‘Lord of the Rings,’ and Hela, the goddess of death, in the upcoming ‘Thor’ movie. Is there a skincare technique you use to look immortal onscreen? Some sort of seriously ageless primer?

Okay, that’s really interesting. An ageless primer… hmm… Well, first I need to give credit to my amazing makeup artist Morag Ross. I’ve worked with her for years, and she’s truly a genius. And I will say that she’s used the SK-II mist to help set my looks, because it’s hydration but not shiny. I can’t stand powder, and feeling dry on my face. This mist, I guess it is sort of an immortal primer, if you want to call it that, because it keeps the glow but also seals my makeup look in. And I’ll tell you that when I first started meeting with the Thor team about Hela, they wanted her to wear a mask the whole time.

No! She’s too cool for that.

Well, Morag and I had gone on YouTube and found all these incredible Hela makeup looks that women all over the world had done, as fans. They showed her face, and they imagined it was sort of necrotized, and it was so powerful. So I said, “Don’t you want to know what she looks like without her mask? Isn’t that more interesting?” And Morag did such an incredible job with the makeup that I think you’ll get to see my the character’s face a lot more.

What does the goddess of death get to wear?

Morag worked a lot with iridescent powders and veins in the face—I mean, she’s the goddess of death. She has to look striking, obviously.

She’s also got some serious after-party eyeliner happening.

Good, that’s what we were going for! I mean, she’s been locked in a closet for millennia.



How do you get makeup like that off, after you’ve been filming for twelve hours straight?

You know, this is a true story: I spoke to SK-II years ago and [requested] an eye makeup remover, exactly because of things like that! And they gave me this oil cleanser, and it’s what I always use on-set and onstage.

This Sakura bottle is meant for Mother’s Day. But how do you give your mother a skincare product without the implication that she needs help in the beauty department?

I mean, my mother asks for it! She’s very happy when I come back from an SK-II press trip. This is the thing: I’ve got friends in their 20’s who use anti-aging facial treatments. I’ve been using mine for over 15 years. Everyone gets obsessed with anti-aging but I’d rather look as good as I can at the age I am. And the thing about the facial treatment essence is there’s no other product like it because it’s about clarity, tone, texture, and what I’ve found is it’s given my skin elasticity. Which is great for anti-aging, but it’s not the only benefit. So if you have someone who’s sensitive about it, maybe just spin it away from aging. Say something like, “This is for you, to make you feel good.” Also, it’s very pretty. The cherry blossoms on the bottle really make it look like a gift, although do you give gifts to yourself?

Of course.

Good, I do, too. I have SK-II products all over my house.

Do they ever go missing, like after you have a party?

You know, I have a friend—she works in the beauty industry—and she lines up scents in her bathroom. So when you go visit her, you can try something new, and I quite like that. So if you want to try one of my products, that’s out in full view, go for it. But if your friends are stealing your beauty products, you might want to get new friends. Or stop having parties where you don’t know everyone.

Have you thrown a rager recently?

It’s been a while. But I do think, also, that there used to be something illicit about a woman’s beauty regimen, where it had to be a “secret,” and so sometimes people would snoop because everyone’s products were behind closed doors. And I’m incredibly open about that stuff. All my friends know what I use. They’re already stocked up.

Can you talk about Ocean’s Eight at all? Did you get to pick pockets like Matt Damon?

Oh, my character doesn’t get to rob people like that. At one point, and I don’t know whether it’s in the movie or not, but I had to learn to ride a motorbike. And I did have to play a lot of poker. That’s what my character does, she plays poker. So I would play all the time with Sandra [Bullock].

Did you win?

I’ve got a really good poker face, to be honest. You just have to blank your eyes. But the bluffing of poker is where the pleasure really is, at least for me. But you know who’s a really good poker player? Ben Affleck. He is world class, as they say. I’m not there yet.

My mom plays poker, and she’s amazing. But she says sometimes people can’t read her, just because they don’t expect a woman at the table…

The idea of women playing poker, they’re not given a lot of credit. People underestimate you. Women have the power to ambush in that situation, and there’s a lot of fun and pleasure in that. But I just wish we had power, full-stop.

We’re fighting for it. We won’t stop.

Yeah, but we’ve been working on it for a couple of Millennia now. It’s been a long time since universal suffrage, and I’m sick of the old white men running the show.

What do you think is the way forward? A strike?

We have to band together, but the thing in this country is that people are terrified of losing their jobs… Maybe California needs to secede. The only thing that’ll make any difference is the money… Tax dollars and losing that amount of money. It’s one of the most economically powerful states, isn’t it? That’s where it hurts.

What about through the arts? Should political stories be given more exposure right now? What can artists do?

You know, I was talking to a theater director who I really rate. He was saying some work is overly political. If you were doing a production of Richard III right now, it wouldn’t be anything but political. But then some work deals with the kind of timeless undertones of being human. And I think it’s really important to embrace both types of work, because culture civilizes us, and that’s why every single despotic regime has tried to smash [the arts]. Because art civilizes us and it connects us and activates us. And so it’s really important to connect with compassion, with stories about people who are different from us. Moonlight is an astonishing film because it’s not overtly political, but it’s human. And that’s why it had such a big trajectory, because in the current climate, things that are true, brave human stories become political.

Many women love music festivals, art openings, ballets… but it’s harder to get some people to go see a play. What’s your advice for theater newbies?

The first thing is to accept that theater is an unknown. If you go to a concert, you know the music. If you go to an art show, you can literally see the art on your phone before you see it in person. But with theater, often times people aren’t prepared to take risks, even though that’s exactly what’s great about it. So go get a rush seat to a play, or get a really cheap ticket through an online promotion or because it’s a smaller theater. The great thing about theater is that when it’s great, you’ll remember it for the rest of your life. But if you go see ten shows, you’ll only get five—if you’re lucky—that’ll give you that experience. But the rest, at the very least, will be interesting. You will not leave the theater with nothing to talk about. For me, comedy and tragedy when you get them both in one evening, that’s the most satisfying. So I’d say, look for that.

Benedict Cumberbatch had to tell audiences to stop filming ‘Hamlet’ on their phones. Do you see smartphones onstage when you’re performing in ‘The Present’?

You do sometimes! I know actors who have stopped the show. I haven’t done that yet, but at the same time, you know, I just don’t understand it. To record something on your iPhone to be watched later, that’s like the opposite of theater. The joy of being there is experiencing it with other people. It doesn’t translate onto your phone. It’s about being present. And I can absolutely see you if you’ve got your phone up. You can’t hide it from us.

Last question: How’s Rihanna as an actress?

Oh, she’s honestly great! She’s really open and humble, and she’s got a great sense of humor. She’s got a really dry wit about her. And she’s really relaxed and natural.

Did she beat you at poker?

She never got to play! Her character is more of a computer person. But if she did start playing poker, I bet she’d be really good at it. Really good.

via Elle Magazine

‘Thor: Ragnarok’: Cate Blanchett Took Inspiration From Cosplayers for Hela’s Look

Hi everyone!

In this new interview, Cate discusses the sources of inspiration for Hela’s look. Enjoy the reading!

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‘Thor: Ragnarok’: Cate Blanchett Took Inspiration From Cosplayers for Hela’s Look

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Cate Blanchett as Hela in Thor: Ragnarok.
Cate Blanchett as Hela in Thor: Ragnarok. (Photo: Marvel)
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She’s played Queen Elizabeth, Bob Dylan, and elven royalty. So perhaps one of the few acting challenges left for Cate Blanchett is tackling a comic-book villain. She’s about to prove her Marvel mettle this fall as Hela, the Asgardian goddess of death who’ll wreak havoc in the November Avenger sequel Thor: Ragnarok.

Hela, who has had multiple incarnations in the comics, usually wears an elaborate headdress, but Blanchett also gave a lot of thought to how she’d look without her gear — and took some inspiration from fans online.

“When I was starting to think about how she might look, I went back to the fanbase,” said Blanchett, who recently spoke to Yahoo. “All these girls were doing Hela makeup looks on YouTube. I thought about what their takes on her were. I spoke to Marvel about what she would look like when she would be unmasked, so she wasn’t a faceless, generic baddie. They were very open to everything.”

Blanchett was first drawn to the project by director Taika Waititi and “his unique, slightly askew take on the universe,” she said. In Ragnarok, our hero, Thor (Chris Hemsworth), will battle Hela when she’s inadvertently unleashed on Asgard after spending millennia locked away. The scale of destruction that she represents is enough to unite the god of thunder with his seriously estranged brother Loki (Tom Hiddleston) and his Avenger rival the Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), who’s along for this intergalactic ride.

The Marvel universe “needed a bit of a shakeup,” the actress said. “I didn’t realize until I got on the set that this is the first Marvel film incarnation of a female villain. What decade are we in? It was shocking to me. The character they created is ballsy and front-footed.” Hela also happens to be the reason Blanchett, 47, has some new street cred with her four children. “I earned a few brownie points,” she bragged.

via Yahoo

[Interviews] Cate Blanchett shares a few of her favorite things #SKII

Hello everyone!

Two more promotional interviews with Cate for SK II. Enjoy the reading!

Cate Blanchett Loves Japanese Skin Care, Italian Food, And Rick Owens Onesies

“Look, I am really interested in fashion, but not when it comes to skin care,” deadpanned Cate Blanchett, the Oscar-winning actor who recently decamped from her native Australia to New York City for her Broadway debut in The Present.

The red carpet risk taker, who regularly earns a spot atop every best dressed list, admitted to being far less daring when it comes to maintaining her poreless complexion. “I’ve learned that when you find something that works, you stick with it,” she said during a blizzardy afternoon as we discussed her longtime role as brand ambassador of SK-II.

Just in time for Mother’s Day, SK-II is releasing a limited edition bottle of its cult favorite (read on to hear Blanchett wax poetic about its nourishing effects) Facial Treatment Essence festively decorated with flowering cherry blossoms. “Isn’t it beautiful,” Blanchett said of the design. “It fits perfectly with the Japanese heritage of SK-II.”

We asked Blanchett to fill in our T&C Questionnaire, and she let us in on her skin care secrets (you’ll want to take notes) and Mother’s Day traditions, while sharing the surprisingly practical ensemble that has been getting her through this New York winter.

What is the beauty product you can’t stop talking about?

Well, I have been using the SK-II essence for about 15 years now and was thrilled when they finally released it as a mist last year. I have been at them for about 10 years to put it in a spray dispenser because that’s what I have always done when I’m traveling. If I could only take one product with me, it would be that. I also love to use it during particularly long hours on a film set. Rather than putting makeup on again, you can just refresh it and feel hydrated. It sets makeup without leaving that powdery look.

I also use the SK-II LXP serum, eye cream, and moisturizer morning and night. And since I am on stage [in The Present] at the moment, I am using the oil cleanser. Ordinarily, I would use the gel cleanser, but the cleansing oil really takes everything off. I am removing makeup three times a night, eight times a week. My eye area takes a bit of beating, but the oil cleanser is really gentle.

When I’m on a film set, I feel the need to exfoliate because I am wearing my makeup so much longer. SK-II doesn’t do an exfoliator, so I use one from Dermalogica or this Australian company called Intraceuticals.

What is most important to you: skin care, makeup, or fragrance?

I could go without wearing makeup for sure. Skin is the largest organ in the body, so if your skin is feeling healthy, then you feel brighter and more positive about entering the day. If you’ve got an allergy or an outbreak, then you are going to feel slightly less get up and go. And then fragrance really alters your mood. Those two things are really important to me.

I am very lazy when it comes to makeup—I guess because I spend a lot of time in it portraying other people. So when I am just me, I use mascara. And if it’s a big, exciting day, I’ll wear some lipstick.

Do you have a favorite fragrance?

I worked with an actor on stage years ago, who changed her fragrance depending on the role, and I thought that was very interesting. For instance, when I was on stage with Isabelle Huppert [in The Maids], she gave me a fragrance that she had designed with a fragrance house, so I wore it and it became the scent I associated with that story and that character. I am currently wearing Giorgio Armani Sì [editor’s note: Blanchett is a spokesperson for the fragrance] on stage because the character is very of optimistic and outward looking and forward thinking, so that feels like a very positive way to enter the role.

What’s your favorite restaurant in New York? Sydney?

There is a Japanese restaurant that I love. It’s a bit of an underground one in Tudor City. And then there is an Italian spot called Il Buco that is down on Bond Street. It’s the one we’ve probably been to most. In Sydney, likewise, it’s an Italian restaurant called Buon Ricordo.

What is your favorite place to vacation?

This year, I’m looking forward to going home to Australia.

What is your best travel hack?

Besides packing my SK-II mist, I put electrolytes in my water to help keep hydrated and bounce back after a flight.

Is there anyone who makes you feel star struck?

Gosh, lots of people, but Meryl Streep for sure.

What is your favorite movie? Theater production?

That’s like asking who your favorite child is! You know what I saw recently that has really stayed with me is Martin Scorsese’s Silence. Theater is trickier because once we’re on stage, we are in sync with all of the other shows and I don’t get to see anything. While we were in rehearsals, I went and saw as much as I could. I really loved Ivo van Hove’s Kings of War.

When I feel like I have nothing to wear, I reach for ________.

I went to Tokio 7 on the Lower East Side recently. It’s got second hand clothing on consignment, and I found an unworn Rick Owens onesie. I’ve been wearing that and a pair of Acne boots.

What is your go-to drink?

Grapefruit juice and vodka.

Do you have any Mother’s Day traditions?

Mother’s Day has always been far more important to my mother than her birthday. We never really were allowed to celebrate her birthday, but we would celebrate Mother’s Day. It’s all about something that you write—a message that you write. It’s always a big celebration, and we have a lot of May birthdays in my family, so we do try to gather. If it’s not on the day, we try to have a Mother’s Day celebration close to the day.

Fill in the blank: People are most likely to come to me for advice about _________.

Skin care!

What is the best advice you ever received?

To quote a drama teacher from school, “If you are going to fail, fail gloriously.”

How cate blanchett maintains her crazy-glowy skin while traveling

Though Cate Blanchett wasn’t the one reverse-aging in The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, you could say she’s doing it IRL. The Australian beauty and Oscar-winning actress’ porcelain skin has remained virtually unchanged over the course of her uber-successful career.

Besides starting her day with lemon water (a celeb fave), wearing minimal makeup, and always covering up with sunscreen, the star revealed another key beauty secret that keeps her glowing—no matter how often she has to fly for work.

In a recent interview with Allure, Blanchett revealed how she deals with the dreaded (and drying) air on airplanes: She’s all about doing treatments mid-flight.

“I mask on the plane, but I wait until the lights go off,” she says (relatable to those of us who don’t quite have the guts to look like a scary movie villain in front of a bunch of strangers). “Although sometimes I’m so desperate I can’t wait, so I’ll put an eye mask on.”

Blanchett also notes that she keeps a facial mist with her for up-in-the-air skin refreshers. Hey, doing your beauty routine at 40,000 feet isn’t the craziest thing celebrities do while they travel—it’s not like Blanchett has her SoulCycle bike in tow, a la Lady Gaga. And let’s face it: You definitely can’t argue with her results.

via Town and Country & Well and Good

Cate Blanchett reveals her beauty routine secrets #SKII

Cate Blanchett reveals her beauty routine secrets #SKII

Hi everyone!

Last Tuesday, Sephora released a new photo of Cate promoting SK II. She is currently promoting the SK-II Mother’s Day Limited Edition Facial Treatment Essence. Also, two new promotional interviews with Cate Blanchett for the brand are available. Enjoy the reading!

Cate Blanchett’s Secret to Great Skin? Consistency

It’s not every day that a skin-care company crafts a product made specifically with you in mind. But then again, not everyone is Cate Blanchett. (A sad, but deeply true fact.) The 47-year-old actor, who has been the gorgeous, glow-y face of SK-II for 15 years, and was the inspiration behind the super-luxe Japanese skin-care brand’s recent Mid-Day Essence face spray, is still—if not more—in love with her beloved brand. As she tells Allure, it’s the reason her skin is the way it is today (again: gorgeously glow-y and virtually wrinkle-free), along with keeping a consistent routine, wearing lots of sunscreen, and letting the aging process, well, happen. Here, we’ve highlighted Blanchett’s best advice for obtaining skin like hers, which is, without question, the definition of immaculate.

1. Stay consistent.

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“I love clothes and the idea of changing your hair and what you’re wearing—but I don’t do that with my skin. It’s a very different thing. I think consistency is a big part of making your skin more resilient. Since I’ve been using SK-II—my skin has taken a lot of beatings being on stage, having four children, working in fil, and traveling—and I feel like it’s a lot more stable. And I can only attribute that to the consistency of using SK-II for a long time.”

2. Wear your sunscreen.

“I’m eternally grateful that my mother always encouraged me to stay out of the sun and wear sunscreen [when I was growing up]. With very pale skin, it was especially important not to become a bronzed sun bunny. I think 90 percent of people who have issues with their skin—health-wise and also in terms of satisfaction with their complexion—are actually talking about sun damage.”

3. Don’t give into the pressure.

“I’m not a model, and I certainly was never the gorgeous girl in school. So I never thought about myself in terms of my looks. My looks have been a tool rather than the end result. They’re part of who I am, but they’re not all of who I am. I feel much more pressure to do my job properly, which is to tell the story and create an interesting character. That’s what I feel the pressure to do—look like the character versus look younger. It’s a high road to nowhere, really. The only thing you can do is look the best you can. The rest is invisible people talking on the internet—and I don’t really listen to that.”

4. Mask away—wherever you are.

“I mask on the plane, but I wait until the lights go off. Although, sometimes I’m so desperate I can’t wait, so I’ll put an eye mask on and the SK-II Facial Treatment Mask. But, up until recently, I was decanting the Facial Treatment Essence into a spray bottle, but now they’ve come out with [the Mid-Day Essence], so I’ll take that on the plane with me.”

5. Take your vitamins.

“I’ve always been big on the vitamins my children take, but I was erratic on my own, so now I’m trying to fix that. That’s my promise to myself this year—I’m going to be much more regular. I’ve just started taking a liquid skin vitamin, called Aethern Advanced Skin Beauty Program. I’ve already noticed my skin is a little brighter.”

6. Don’t give into the pressure.

“I’m not a model, and I certainly was never the gorgeous girl in school. So I never thought about myself in terms of my looks. My looks have been a tool rather than the end result. They’re part of who I am, but they’re not all of who I am. I feel much more pressure to do my job properly, which is to tell the story and create an interesting character. That’s what I feel the pressure to do—look like the character versus look younger. It’s a high road to nowhere, really. The only thing you can do is look the best you can. The rest is invisible people talking on the internet—and I don’t really listen to that.”

Cate Blanchett’s Refreshingly Real Beauty Mantra: ‘Work With What You’ve Got’

There’s age-denying. There’s age-defying. And then there’s Cate Blanchett, the two-time Oscar winner who defines what it means to own your beauty.

“You’re going to get wrinkles. You’re going to get older. I’m married to a man who’s attracted to me — and has been attracted to me over the years,” Blanchett, 47, tells Yahoo Beauty. “I’m fortunate that I’m around people who feel similarly.”

The mother of Ignatius, Dashiell, Roman, and Edith Upton doesn’t sweat all the bells and whistles that come with being famous. When she was eight months pregnant, she was fitted for her Dries van Noten Oscars dress in 2008 in just one quick session — and killed it on the red carpet.

During a BAFTA pre-Oscars event years ago in Hollywood, Blanchett laughingly showed off one of her tattoos — located in a hidden spot. Workwise, she vacillates between stage (co-starring in The Present, written by her husband, Andrew Upton) and screen, where she just wrapped the lady-heavy Ocean’s Eight, co-starring Mindy Kaling and Sandra Bullock.

“I got to work with those fabulous ladies. I was so excited to be working with them. I wasn’t prepared for how much I would be madly in love with them all. It was an amazing experience,” she says.

Her work speaks volumes, but her face tells a whole other story. Blanchett is the spokeswoman for the luxe brand SK-II, a skin care partnership that happened organically more than 15 years ago. Mary Greenwell, Blanchett’s longtime makeup artist, introduced her to the Facial Treatment Essence, which cleared up her skin when Blanchett was going through a rough spell. She’s been swearing by the brand ever since, and is currently promoting the SK-II Mother’s Day Limited Edition Facial Treatment Essence.

“That’s the cornerstone of the whole brand. I started using the product when I was pregnant with my first son, who’s now 15 going on 16. I started to notice changes in my skin. I was getting a bit of melasma,” she says.

She’s referring to patchy skin discoloration that can occur on the face, often during pregnancy. Today, says Blanchett, “My skin is in better condition than when I was in my early 30s. I have a clear, simple morning and evening ritual. I use the essence, and I generally use the LXP Ultimate Revival Serum and LXP Ultimate Revival Cream. I’ve been working with [the brand] officially for about 13 years. I wish I’d discovered it in my 20s.”

Blanchett embodies inner beauty, focusing on the interior, as opposed to the exterior. Aging, she sums up, is going to happen anyway, so why shun it? “You can’t run from it. There’s a level of scrutiny around the way women look, and it’s really unhelpful. Everyone will have a different relationship to their looks.”

She obliquely refers to plastic surgery and her aversion to it: “I didn’t grow up in an environment where the older women did that stuff. It doesn’t sit comfortably with me. Work with what you’ve got. Otherwise, no matter how much you try and change yourself, if you feel panicked, it will radiate through. I wear less makeup now than I did in my 20s. I stay out of the sun.”

Yes, but she’s also down for a libation when life calls for it. “One always looks better when you don’t drink coffee or when you’ve done a detox. Life is stressful, and sometimes it’s easier to have one glass of wine than do eight yoga classes. Life is never perfect. You have to do the best you can,” says Blanchett.

She’s passing the same lesson along to her daughter, Edith. “Maybe it’s because I’ve had three boys. I wasn’t done having children. I kept all the boys’ clothes. So she’s wearing the boys’ clothes. Once again, that’s how I grew up. I grew up just being. It doesn’t matter what she wears. It’s about who she is, not what she looks like.”

via Allure & Yahoo Beauty

Manifesto in competition at Instanbul Film Festival (Turkey)

Manifesto in competition at Instanbul Film Festival (Turkey)

Hello folks! The 36th Instabul Film Festival (5-15 April 2017) has included Manifesto in the International Competition section, setting four screenings from on April 8 to April 11. For more info, click here, for tickets, here

According to IMDb Manifesto is set to open in the USA on May 10th, but the news has not been confirmed yet.

Cate Blanchett features in Creatives: Jill Bilcock (Documentary)

Cate Blanchett features in Creatives: Jill Bilcock (Documentary)

Good morning! Cate Blanchett gave her contribute to a documentary on Jill Bilcock, the australian editor that worked on movies like Elizabeth and Moulin Rogue. The video will be available for a month on IView ABC Australia (geotagged).



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Cate Blanchett and Richard Roxburgh Sardi’s caricature unveiling

Cate Blanchett and Richard Roxburgh Sardi’s caricature unveiling

Earlier today, Cate Blanchett and Richard Roxburgh attended the unveiling ceremony of their Sardi’s caricature. Sardi’s is a restaurant located in the Theater District in Manhattan, New York City. The restaurant is known for the hundreds of caricatures of stars that adorn its walls. Here are some photos and two videos.



Cate Blanchett Unveiling [Video]

Richard Roxburgh Unveiling [Video]

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Cate Blanchett and Richard Roxburgh guest on Theater Talk Broadcast March 17 #ThePresent

Cate Blanchett and Richard Roxburgh from The Present, on Broadway until March 19, will be interviewed in this week edition of Theater Talk, the acclaimed talk show that offers interviews with top theatre celebrities and writers. See the full schedule below!

We welcome the luminescent, yet and strikingly articulate actors Richard Roxburgh and 2-time Academy Award- winning actress Cate Blanchett, now starring on Broadway in the Sydney Theatre Company’s production of The Present. The play is a riveting comic drama, loosely adapted by Andrew Upton from Anton Chekhov’s first play, Platonov

on Thirteen:
Friday, March 17 at 1:30 AM (Saturday morning)
Sunday, March 19 at 11:30 AM

on WLIW/21:
Monday, March 20 at 5:30 PM

on CUNY TV:
Saturday, March 18 at 8:30 PM
Sunday, March 19 at 12:30 PM
Monday, March 20 at 7:30 AM, 1:30 & 7:30 PM

NEW on NYC LIFE/25:
Thursday, March 23 at 11:00 PM
Monday, March 27 at 3:30 AM

via Theater Talk

Additional Photos from UN Women for Peace Association March In March Awards Luncheon + Video

Additional Photos from UN Women for Peace Association March In March Awards Luncheon + Video

I added more photos from 2017 UN Women for Peace Association March In March Awards Luncheon in New York City that happened last week.


Also, here’s a video from Cate’s speech introducing Deborra-Lee Furness who received the Leadership Award:



Armani Sì Rose Signature – New photos

Armani Sì Rose Signature – New photos

Good evening! We have a new photo from teh set of Sì Eau Rose Signature

via Elit Magazine
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New footage from RED starring Cate Blanchett

New footage from RED starring Cate Blanchett

Hi everyone!

This week on The Mix, an ABC News 24’s new weekly arts, entertainment and culture program, RED’s director Del Kathryn Barton talked about the short film and Cate Blanchett’s latest role – as a redback spider. There’s also some new footage of Cate’s perfomance. Enjoy the full interview below (starts at 24 min) and we have added some screen captures to our gallery.



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via The Mix

Watching, Waiting: Behind the scenes photos of Cate Blanchett from W Magazine

Watching, Waiting: Behind the scenes photos of Cate Blanchett from W Magazine

Hello everybody!

New behind the scenes images of Cate Blanchett for W Magazine were released yesterday in a new video about Peter Lindbergh’s work for the publication. The video is entitled Peter Lindbergh: Watching, Waiting. See the screen captures and video below!



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via Nowness

Entertainment Weekly – March 17th – Digital Scans

Entertainment Weekly – March 17th – Digital Scans

I added digital scans from the March 17th Issue of Entertainment Weekly, which features Thor: Ragnarok, just click a thumb to view all the scans. Enjoy!



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