77th Venice Film Festival: Additional Photos and Video Links

Tuesday, Sep 15, 2020

Hello, Blanchetters! Hope you’re all having great day/evening.

This is quite a lengthy post but we have added hundreds of photos on our gallery from Day 0-11 of 77th Venice Film Festival. We’ve also added social media posts with Cate and links from where you can watch her red carpet appearances, jury press conference, opening and closing ceremony. Enjoy!

 

Jury Press Conference starts at 1:13:00

 

Cate arrives at the red carpet at 30:40; opening ceremony starts at 58:20

 

Cate arrived at 45:00

 

Cate arrived at 46:00

 

Closing Ceremony started at 2:45

 

Main Competition Jury Press Conference started at 2:58:00

 

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IT’S CHIC TO REPEAT! #CateBlanchett has decided to rewear some of her most cherished looks at this year’s Venice Film Festival, like this @estebancortazarofficial worn to tonight’s Opening that was first worn to a premiere in 2015. In her words, Beautiful things can come out of sustainability! AND……Cate and #EstebanCortazar have donated this gorgeous look to the RAD at VENICE auction which will benefit @facinghistory and @unwomen. Please visit @chic-relief website (link in bio) from September 23 – October 2 to bid on this and other looks from many actors at Venice! 100% of sales will be donated to these two charities. #venicefilmfestival #radvocacy #FacingHistory #FinallyFacingHistory #GenerationEquality @facinghistory uses lessons of history to challenge teachers and their students to stand up to bigotry because we know education is an antidote to hate. @unwomen is a global champion for women and girls, established to accelerate progress on meeting their needs worldwide.

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#venezia77 Jury

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