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Cate Blanchett promotes Sì Le Parfum with Woman Germany

Hello folks! We recovered an issue of Woman Magazine Germany, part of Sì Le Parfum promotion (thanks to cate-blanchett.net).


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And an old issue of Grazia Italy. Enjoy!


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If you know of any interviews, magazines, photoshoots we missed, please, let us know. This site is by fans for fans, we always need you help!

September 27th, 2016
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Voyage of Time: Life’s Journey goes to Belgium and Brazil

Hello everyone! If you live in Belgium or in Brazil, you have the chance to see Voyage of Time: Life Journey, before the still unset official release. How? Going to Festivals!

For our European friends: the Film Fest Gent (October 11-21, 2016) has scheduled two screenings, on October 15 and on October 21;

for our South American friends: the Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival (October 6-16, 2016) released the line-up yesterday, but not the calendar.

Thanks to One Big Soul: The Terrence Malick Community on Facebook!

September 24th, 2016
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Voyage of Time: Life’s Journey goes to Filmekimi Festival (Turkey)

Hello people! Voyage of Time: Life’s Journey continues the promotional tour. After Italy, Canada and Norway, the movie is going to Turkey, as part of the 15th Filmekimi Festival (October 7-15 2016). There are four screenings scheduled, starting on October 13. More info at the Official site

September 23rd, 2016
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Cate Blanchett interviewed by Elle South Africa – October 2016

Hi everybody!
Scans of the interview with Cate Blanchett for Elle South Africa October 2016 issue have been added to our gallery.
There is an small photo from Sì Le Parfum promotional campaign shot by Tom Munro. Enjoy!

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September 23rd, 2016
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Cate Blanchett stars in Red, a Del Kathryn Barton short film

Hi everyone!

As part of the 2017 Adelaide Festival, the Art Gallery of South Australia will receive the new collaboration between two of Australia’s greatest artists – Cate Blanchett and Del Kathryn Barton. The short film entitled Red will be will be screened at AGSA and become part of the gallery’s collection. Enjoy some articles about the film and the first stills!

Better known for her dreamy, abstract portraits, Del Kathryn Barton is venturing into the world of film, with her first work – starring Cate Blanchett – to debut at the Art Gallery of South Australia.

The short film, titled Red, is a surrealist take on female power inspired by the mating rituals of the Australian red back spider.

“This brutal chronicle spoke to me of the poetics of female power as an inherent and indeed, elemental force in the universe,” Barton said in a statement.

“By intercutting human protagonists with extraordinary macro footage, Red has evolved into what I now consider to be an uncompromising celebration of female power.”

It will be the first time Blanchett and Barton have collaborated and the first time Barton has attempted a film on her own accord; the artist’s two other experiences in film have been under the guidance of filmmaker Brendan Fletcher.

The film will be presented as part of the 2017 Adelaide Festival in January, which runs from Thursday the 26th January to Sunday the 30th of April at the Art Gallery of South Australia..

Source: Vogue Australia

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She is venomous, eats her partner after sex and weaves a tangled web.

With such a reputation, it is little wonder the Australian redback spider has inspired two of Australia’s greatest artists – Cate Blanchett and Del Kathryn Barton – to create a short film that will premiere at the Art Gallery of South Australia as part of the 2017 Adelaide Festival.
RED is billed as a surreal, savage tale of female power inspired by the mating rituals of the redback spider, which stars Blanchett, actor Alex Russell and the Sydney Dance Company’s Charmene Yap.

“In essence, the narrative in RED illuminates the unusual mating rituals of the Australian red-back spider,” Barton said. “Here, our brave little male after copulating with the monumental female gently somersaults into her mouth, offering himself as a meal postcoital. If she is not hungry she will store his bound, dying body on her web for later consumption.”

In a Q&A with the gallery, Barton said the mating habits evoked what she described as “the poetics of female power as an inherent and indeed, elemental force in the universe”.

“By intercutting human protagonists with extraordinary macro footage, RED has evolved into what I now consider to be an uncompromising celebration of female power.”

The dual-screen work delve into themes of passion, sex and death, drawing on the symbolism of the female redback spider.

Barton’s portrait of Blanchett and her children, Mother (a portrait of Cate), was a finalist in the 2011 Archibald Prize.
Blanchett, a two-time Academy Award winner, can currently be seen in German artist Julian Rosefeldt art film Manifesto at the Art Gallery of NSW. The versatile actor will also make her Broadway in December in the Sydney Theatre Company production The Present, Andrew Upton’s adaptation of Anton Chekhov’s Platonov, which also stars Richard Roxburgh.

Barton said she screamed out loud when Blanchett agreed to appear in the short film.

“On shoot day, she nailed the long cutting performance on the first take,” she said. “Her energy exploded off the monitor. We were all blown away. Cate is mother. At that point I knew that the stakes on RED had just gone to another level. I was actually shitting myself just a little bit.”

Barton embarked on the film after winning a $50,000 creative fellowship from the Australian Film Television and Radio School in 2015.

A two-time Archibald Prize winner, Barton’s art often examines fertility and the psychology of relationships. Her previous films include the human dress (2012) and last year’sThe Nightingale and the Rose.

The short film will be screened at AGSA and become part of the gallery’s collection. AGSA director Nick Mitzevich said the short film would take Barton’s “career to a new level and to new audiences”.

Source: The Sydney Morning Herald

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September 22nd, 2016
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Celebrities wish Happy Birthday to the Broad Museum

Cate Blanchett recorded a brief video to celebrate the first birthday of the Broad Museum. Enjoy!


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September 21st, 2016
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Cate Blanchett interviewed by Marie Claire Spain – October 2016

Hello everyone!

New interview with Cate Blanchett for Marie Claire Spain! New photos from Sì Le Parfum promotional campaign shot by Tom Munro. She looks gorgeous! Enjoy!

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September 20th, 2016
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Hamburger Bahnhof and the Art Gallery of New South Wales extend Manifesto

Hello everyone! Good news for those who live or plan to visit Berlin or Sydney in the next weeks: you have a chance to watch Manifesto, the video installation by Julian Rosefeldt, in which Cate Blanchett embodies thirteen different characters.

The Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart (Berlin) has extend Manifesto for the second time, moving the closing day from September 18 to November 6, 2016.

The Art Gallery of New South Wales (Sydney) has prolonged the exhibition from November 2016 to January 2017.

Manifesto is currently showing in Hannover (until January 29, 2017) and Duisburg (until Sunday) too, is set to open in New York this December and a 90 minutes version will tour festivals in 2018.

September 19th, 2016
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UNHCR unveils new images

The UNHCR has published a new image from Cate’s humanitarian trip to Jordan during the past spring.

I’ve also added the screencaptures from the Facebook interview with Chris Hemsworth and the long version of What They Took With Them, and two images from the behind the scenes. Enjoy!



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September 18th, 2016
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New TV Spot for Broadway’s THE PRESENT, Starring Cate Blanchett and Richard Roxburgh

Hi everyone!

The site Broadway World released an exclusive tv spot for The Present, a Sydney Theatre Company’s production starring Cate Blanchett and Richard Roxburgh. Previews begin December 17th . Watch the video below!

 

 

For tickets and more information about The present, visit www.thepresentbroadway.com

 

Source: Broadway World

September 17th, 2016
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Cate Blanchett talks to Chris Hemsworth about the refugee crisis and launches new video for the #WithRefugees campaign

Hi everyone!

On Monday, UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador Cate Blanchett was interviewed by Chris Hemsworth to talk about the refugee crisis and her work with the UN refugee agency (UNHCR). The interview, live from Queensland/Gold Coast where Cate and Chris are filming the latest Thor movie, is part of the #WithRefugees World Tour live on Facebook, a series of events to support a petition ahead of a major UN summit. During the interview, Cate also answered some questions submitted by viewers and presented the new video, entitled ‘What They Took With Them’, to promote UN Refugee Agency’s #WithRefugees campaign and petition.
Read bellow the public note from UNHCR’s website, published before the event, with additional information and watch the videos. The petition can be sign here >> www.withrefugees.org 

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GENEVA – In the moment they flee, refugees cast a last desperate look around their homes and grab a few vital possessions to take into exile.
Highlighting their harrowing choices, UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador Cate Blanchett today launched a powerful video, supporting UNHCR’s #WithRefugees campaign and petition exclusively on the Facebook platform.
The video is based on a rhythmic poem entitled ‘What They Took With Them’ by Jenifer Toksvig, inspired by first person testimony from refugees of items they took with them when they were forced to flee.

“As soon as I read Jenifer Toksvig’s poem, and even more so after I took part in an early performance of it, I was struck by its immense power,” said Blanchett.

“The rhythm and words of the poem echo the frenzy and chaos and terror of suddenly being forced to leave your home, grabbing what little you can carry with you, and fleeing for safety,” she added.

Blanchett performs the poem alongside fellow actors Keira Knightley, Juliet Stevenson, Peter Capaldi, Stanley Tucci, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Kit Harington, Douglas Booth, Jesse Eisenberg and Neil Gaiman.

“Over 65 million people across the world have been forced to leave everything behind them – everything – and start their lives again from scratch,” Blanchett said. “As a UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador, I believe the very least each of us can do is work together to ensure refugees have the basics with which to build back their lives – an education, somewhere safe to live, the ability to work. I hope this film will urge people to go to withrefugees.org and sign the petition.”

The video is exclusively released on the Facebook platform. The centre-piece of the UN Refugee Agency’s #WithRefugees campaign is a petition asking governments to ensure all refugee children can go to school, all refugees have a safe place to live and that all refugees can work and contribute to their local community.

It already has nearly 900,000 signatures and will be delivered to the UN Secretary General and the President of the UN General Assembly on Friday September 16 ahead of the historic UN Summit on Addressing Large Movements of Refugees and Migrants on September 19.

The film of ‘What They Took With Them’ is also being released on UNHCR’s Facebook page at 09.00 BST on September 12 as part of a ‘Facebook live’ from Australia with Cate Blanchett.

During the broadcast, Blanchett talks about her personal experience of meeting refugees in Lebanon and Jordan with the UN Refugee Agency, and why the #WithRefugees campaign is so critical in the run up to the Summit on Refugees and Migrants. She will also be answering questions related to her work as a UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador submitted by viewers.

This broadcast will be the first in series of Facebook live events with UNHCR high profile supporters that will sweep across the world encouraging people in every region to sign the #WithRefugees petition, building momentum and support for the campaign in the lead up to the hand-in moment on September 16.

One of the sources for the poem was Brian Sokol’s photography project, ‘The Most Important Thing,’ made in collaboration with UNHCR. Many of Brian’s photos, along with firsthand accounts from the refugees he photographed, are featured in the film.

Sign the #WithRefugees petition and see the full version of the film here.

Interview ( Cate Blanchett is standing #WithRefugees )

 Let’s help this important campaign and show Cate that she has more than 3 fans!

What They Took with Them (short version) 

 

What They Took with Them (full version)

 

via UNHCR

September 13th, 2016
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Event Alert: Cate Blanchett joins #WithRefugees World Tour

UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador Cate Blanchett is the first among a team of supporters to join #WithRefugees World Tour: Live on facebook next Monday, September 12.
To follow this event, tune in to www.facebook.com/unhcr. A petition to support the campaign is also open here>> www.withrefugees.org.

 
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For additional information, follow the official pages of UNHCR

Twitter >>UN Refugee Agency

Facebook >> UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency

Official Site >> www.unhcr.org/

 

Source: Facebook , Twitter

September 10th, 2016
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Cate Blanchett narrates ‘Earthflight’, a BBC Earth 3D documentary

Cate Blanchett lends her voice to the documentary Earthflight, a coproduction of John Downer Productions and BBC Earth, that will arrive in theaters this month.

Earthflight 3D takes the audience on an incredible flight across the world on the wings of birds. Revolutionary aerial techniques and state-of-the-art 3D cameras fly wingtip to wingtip with some of the world’s most charismatic birds. On their fantastic journeys, the birds visit some of the most spectacular animal events and locations on earth. It is a totally immersive experience—at times the flocks seem to fly out of the screen. It is a whole new way of exploring the natural world, as birds time their seasonal journeys to coincide with some of the most intriguing events in nature they soon become immersed in great animal migrations, strange animal happenings, and awe-inspiring landscapes. In this thrilling experience the 3D cameras plunge the audience into the heart of these natural events. Through the eyes of birds, EARTHFLIGHT 3D shows the spectacles of our planet as never before.

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There will be a screening and a panel discussion at the Canadian Museum of Nature on September 15. Tickets and more information can be found here.

For additional information , visit www.gsfilms.com

Via Big Movie Zone

September 10th, 2016
Nelly

Cate Blanchett interviewed by Red Magazine

Hello everybody! Cate Blanchett is featured in the new issue of Red Magazine. The photos are from Sì Le Parfum promotional campaign, shot by Tom Munro. Enjoy!


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September 9th, 2016
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Voyage of Time: Life’s Journey premieres in Venice with mixed reviews

Hello everyone! Voyage of Time: Life’s Journey premiered at the Venice Film Festival yesterday, here are some reviews.

English reviews

The Guardian, Hollywood Reporter, Variety, The Film StageCineVueIndiewireAwards CircuitScreen DailyTime OutThe PlaylistYahoo!

Italian reviews

InternazionaleHuffington PostComing SoonFilmScreen WeekCult FrameCinematografoSentieri SelvaggiAnonima CinefiliUrban PostNews CinemaCine FattiCinefilosCinematographeCinecittà NewsLoud Vision

Spanish Reviews

FotogramasEl Pais, El Universal, Cineuropa

French reviews 

Le FigaroLe Soir

German review

Kino Zeit

September 8th, 2016
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