Manifesto goes to Czech Republic and Russia

Manifesto goes to Czech Republic and Russia

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Two more places to see Manifesto!

Czeck Republic

According to Koenig Galerie website, Manifesto is set to be exhibited in the National Gallery Prague from 4.10.2017 to 7.1.2018.

For more info: Official Website


The Buro100 together with the 4th Ural Industrial Biennial of Contemporary Art will present the first screening of the film Manifesto in Yekaterinburg.

The screening is set to September 17 at 19:00 in the “Passage Cinema”. Buy tickets here .

More info: Passage Cinema

via It’s My City Ru

New promo art for Thor Ragnarok

New promo art for Thor Ragnarok

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We have added few new promo art images to the gallery. Few posters were replaced with better versions. Enjoy!

via Marvel Studios VK

via Comic Book Movie

Manifesto goes to Singapore and Colombia

Manifesto goes to Singapore and Colombia

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Manifesto’s next stop will be in Singapore and Colombia with two screenings in each place. Read more below:


The National Gallery Singapore has launched a new film festival, which will focus on all things related to art.
The inaugural edition of Painting With Light: International Festival of Films On Art will run from Oct 7 to 29.
It features over 30 works, such as Manifesto ,an experimental film starring award-winning actress Cate Blanchett. Directed by German artist Julian Rosefeldt, it features the actress performing 13 monologues based on some of the world’s most influential art manifestos that gave birth to movements such as Dadaism, Surrealism and Pop Art.

via Channel New Asia

Full Program Here

Screening details: October 8 / October 21


Museo de Arte Moderno de Medellín

Screening details: 21/09/2017 19:00:00 / 07/10/2017 19:00:00

Site official:

Cate Blanchett to head Dubai International Film Festival jury

Cate Blanchett to head Dubai International Film Festival jury

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Cate Blanchett to Head IWC Filmmakers Jury at DIFF 2017


Swiss luxury watch manufacturer IWC Schaffhausen and the Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF) have confirmed Academy Award-winning actress and IWC Schaffhausen brand ambassador Cate Blanchett as head of the IWC Filmmakers Jury for the sixth IWC Filmmaker Award. The renowned award gives cinematic talent from the region the chance to bring their projects to the silver screen. It will be presented during DIFF, which takes place from 6 to 13 December 2017.

Marking her third appearance on the DIFF red carpet, Cate Blanchett joins the jury panel that will select a winning project from the shortlisted entries. A USD 100,000 cash prize will be awarded to one feature-length film project in development to help the winning filmmaker bring their idea to fruition on the big screen. Previous years have seen winning scripts from Emirati directors Abdullah Hassan Ahmed and Layla Kaylif, Kuwaiti director Abdullah Boushahri and British-Iraqi director Maysoon Pachachi.

Commenting on this year’s award, IWC CEO Christoph Grainger-Herr said: “Filmmaking is an integral part of cultural creation – it is an art form that allows us to look in the mirror and gives us an important opportunity for reflection. Being storytellers ourselves, we deeply appreciate the creativity, courage and passion that talented filmmakers invest in their work to enchant and captivate their audiences. IWC is a passionate brand and our involvement in this festival is for the love of cinema. For this reason, we are proud to support yet another promising film project with the sixth IWC Filmmaker Award later this year.” DIFF Chairman Abdulhamid Juma added: “Each year, the bar is set higher by the scripts we receive for the IWC Filmmaker Award and our expert jury members have tough decisions to make. We are privileged to welcome back an icon of the silver screen to Dubai to lend her insight to the distinguished jury and inspire new emerging talent from the region.”

Two-time Oscar winner Cate Blanchett is an internationally acclaimed star with a long and illustrious career and has featured in an array of successful films including “The Aviator”, “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”, all three “The Lord of the Rings” films, “Carol” and “Blue Jasmine”. The Australian actress has broken multiple Academy Awards records, including being the only actress in history to be nominated more than once for the same role, having played Elizabeth I in both “Elizabeth” (1998) and “Elizabeth: The Golden Age” (2007), and being the first person to win an Oscar for portraying another Oscar winner for her performance as Katharine Hepburn in “The Aviator”.

The IWC Filmmaker Award will be presented to the winning filmmaker at a star-studded gala on 7 December 2017, during the 14th edition of DIFF.

via Dubai Film Fest

Interview with Cate Blanchett this Wednesday on Entertainment Tonight

Interview with Cate Blanchett this Wednesday on Entertainment Tonight

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Interview with Cate Blanchett tomorrow on Entertainment Tonight. Stay tuned!

This week’s episodes

Red carpet premiere of “Kingsman 2” with CHANNING TATUM and HALLE BERRY! Interview with CATE BLANCHETT on being Marvel’s first female villain for her new movie “Thor: Ragnarok!” MINDY KALING talks about the final season of “The Mindy Project!”

via CBS

Cate Blanchett for Sì by Giorgio Armani: new footage and photos

Cate Blanchett for Sì by Giorgio Armani: new footage and photos

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As we get closer to September 17th, when the new Sì film campaign directed by Matthew Frost will be presented by Giorgio Armani, Glamour Italy website has released a 6-seconds teaser with new footage with Cate.

There is also two new photos from the campaign.

via Instagram

via Allure Italia

The first ad with the new bottle (Sì Nacre)

via Glamour Italia

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