Category: Events

Cate Blanchett and the Cast of The Present will be featured on the LIVE webcast at www.timessquarenyc.org on 12/31!

Cate Blanchett and the Cast of The Present will be featured on the LIVE webcast at www.timessquarenyc.org on 12/31!

Great news!

The cast of The Present, a Sydney Theatre Company production currently in previews on Broadway, will be featured on the live webcast of Times Square New Years Eve at www.timessquarenyc.org tomorrow, December 31th. Thanks to @fabcateblanchet on Twitter for sharing the news with us!

Watch it here!

For the schedule and more information >> www.timessquarenyc.org

Cate-blanchett.com and cateblanchett.net are merging

Cate-blanchett.com and cateblanchett.net are merging

Good evening and Merry Christmas!!
We received an early Christmas present few weeks ago: Denise, webmaster of Cateblanchett.net (Cate Blanchett’s most famous fansite) contacted us offering all the material they collected until 2008/2009. We are so happy to share with you all the first part this merger, starting with (very old) events and public appereances. We are also trying to reach the webmasters of Australian Cate Blanchett Online (ACBO): if you follow this site or anybody knows a way to contact them, please leave a comment or sent an e-mail.
To all our followers, thanks for your support, may your holidays be blessed with happiness and joy!

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Hamilton Holiday Door Decoration Competition

Hamilton Holiday Door Decoration Competition

Last night, Cate Blanchett joined Lin-Manuel Miranda and Josh Groban at the Hamilton Holiday Door Decoration Competition. Here are photos, thanks to Mouza from LinMiranda.com.


Pedro Almodovar Retrospective at MoMa’s Opening Night

Pedro Almodovar Retrospective at MoMa’s Opening Night

Last night Cate attended the opening of the Pedro Almodovar Retrospective exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art, here are photos:


26th Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards Photos

26th Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards Photos

On Monday night, Cate attended the Gotham Independent Film Awards to present an award to Amy Adams, here are the photos:


Gallery Updates: Events (2006)

Gallery Updates: Events (2006)

Hello folks! Another big update of the gallery, continuing with public events. 2006 sees three movie debut: Babel and The Good German and Notes on a Scandal, while earlier in the year Cate reprised her role as Hedda Gabler on American soil. At the end of 2006 Cate and her husband Andrew announced their joined artistic direction of the Sydney Theatre Company. As usual, if you like our work and you want to support us, send us material or leave a donation. Enjoy!









Cate Blanchett: ‘It’s a struggle being a parent and working in the film industry’

First interview from the IWC for BFI event! Enjoy

Cate Blanchett spoke of the struggle faced by parents in the movie business — as she presented a new £50,000 award to a filmmaker who said she would spend most of it on childcare.

British filmmaker Hope Dickson Leach, a mother of two, impressed judges with her low-budget entry The Levelling.

Blanchett, who joined Dickson Leach and other stars at a London gala to celebrate the award, told the Standard: “The film industry is no different from any other industry. It’s a struggle for working parents.

“Whether you’re making your second film or you’re trying to get your first feature out, there’s a time pressure. So anything that can afford you time, whether it’s through childcare or getting it through to the second draft, and allows you to take the time to develop things slowly [has to be welcomed].”

via The Evening Standard

IWC Gala In Honour Of The British Film Institute – Photos

IWC Gala In Honour Of The British Film Institute – Photos

Here are photos from earlier when Cate attended the IWC Gala In Honour Of The British Film Institute, here are pictures:



Cate Blanchett attends IWC Gala In Honour Of The British Film Institute in London

Cate is London where she’s attended the IWC Gala In Honour Of The British Film Institute, here’s a first look and more pictures to be added later!


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Cate Blanchett talks to Chris Hemsworth about the refugee crisis and launches new video for the #WithRefugees campaign

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

Event Alert: Cate Blanchett joins #WithRefugees World Tour

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

Gallery Updates: Events (1997-2003)

Gallery Updates: Events (1997-2003)

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Cate Blanchett on the front page of London Evening Standard – July 5, 2016

On July 4th, Cate Blanchett, UNHCR goodwill ambassador, attended A Night of Hope, organised by Good Chance and the Quintessentially Foundation, to support theatre in refugees camp.

The London Evening Standard from July 5th published an article covering the charity event who raised more than £100,000.

 

Jude Law and Cate Blanchett were among stars who helped to raise more than £100,000 for the charity behind the theatre in Calais’s “Jungle” camp.

Blanchett, 47, said she was proud to appear in support of Good Chance at the gala night on the South Bank. She said: “Good Chance build temporary theatres of hope, and created a space for artistic expression and sharing in the heart of the ‘Jungle’ camp in Calais.

“We should never underestimate the importance of hope and compassion.”

Good Chance was set up by playwrights Joe Murphy and Joe Robertson, who built their first temporary theatre in the camp in September. The night featured a poetry recital by Law and an auction hosted by Steve Coogan. The singer Tom Odell played a set he performed in the camp earlier this year as part of the project.
Supporters can still bid for auction lots online, including two tickets to Sir Elton John’s Oscars night party in Los Angeles and the chance to appear in the forthcoming Netflix show The Crown, which stars Matt Smith as Prince Philip and Claire Foy as a young Elizabeth II.

via London Evening Standard

Cate Blanchett visits the cast of “Queens Of Syria” at the Young Vic

Cate Blanchett visits the cast of “Queens Of Syria” at the Young Vic

Yesterday, Cate Blanchett, Goodwill Ambassador for UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, met the cast of Queens of Syria at the Young Vic. Here are some photos:


 

Cate Blanchett attends Giorgio Armani Prive Show at the Paris Fashion Week

Cate Blanchett attends Giorgio Armani Prive Show at the Paris Fashion Week

Earlier today, Cate attended the Giorgio Armani Prive Show for Haute Couture at the Paris Fashion Week, here are some photos:


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