Good morning! Cate Blanchett’s Anna Petrovna received its first American nod at the Drama League Awards: Cate is nominated for The Distinguished Performance Award. The award ceremony is set for May 19 in New York.
Category: Awards & Nominations
Cate Blanchett conquers her sixth nomination as Best Female Actor in a Play at the Helpmann Awards! The awards ceremony is set for July 25 in Sydney, we don’t know if Cate Blanchett will attend.
BEST FEMALE ACTOR IN A PLAY
Cate Blanchett, The Present (Sydney Theatre Company)
Catherine McClements, The Events (Belvoir, Malthouse and State Theatre Company of South Australia)
Noni Hazlehurst, Mother (If Theatre and GPAC)
Paula Arundell, The Bleeding Tree (Griffin Theatre Company)
The awards season ended with the Oscars, but accolades keep coming!
“Carol,” the 2015 romantic drama about the love between two women in New York in the 1950s, has been named the best LGBT film of all time by the British Film Institute.
In celebration of the BFI Flare: London LGBT Film Festival’s 30th anniversary, the organization announced its list of the top 30 LGBT films of all time on Tuesday. Voters included more than 100 film critics, writers and programmers. The list includes films made in 12 countries and over a span of 84 years.
Topping the list is Todd Haynes’ “Carol” (2015), followed by Andrew Haigh’s “Weekend” (2011), the Hong Kong romantic drama “Happy Together” (1997) and Ang Lee’s “Brokeback Mountain” (2005).
“Carol,” a film adaptation of “The Price of Salt,” a 1952 novel by Patricia Highsmith, was nominated for six Academy Awards and five Golden Globe Awards. It has been named one of the best films of 2015 by a number of critics and publications, includingthe American Film Institute.
Deputy Director of Festivals at the BFI praised the work of Haynes in a statement.
“Carol’s win excites us because it’s great to see a film about two women in love enjoy such prominence, particularly given cinema’s relative lack of lesbian content, and it’s such an extraordinarily fine film which has had near universal praise from critics and curators,” she said.
Haynes (“I’m Not There,” “Velvet Goldmine”) said the BFI festival has supported his work for years, and he is grateful for this honor.
“I’m so proud to have Carol voted as the top LGBT film of all time,” he said in a statement. “Carol is in illustrious company with so many films I love, from Brokeback Mountain and Un Chant d’Amour to Happy Together and My Own Private Idaho.”
The Irish Board announced the nomination fot the IFTA Awards. The winners will be revealed on April 9th.
Cate Blanchett – Carol
Rachel Griffith – Mammal
Brie Larson – Room
Charlotte Rampling – 45 Years
Good evening, everyone! Cate is at tonight’s EE British Academy Film Awards, also known as BAFTA’s. She’s nominated as Best Actress for her role in Carol. Here are the first photos. (And I’ll be adding more as they come, so check back on the gallery and our twitter at @BlanchettCom
It’s been confirmed!
Taking place on Sunday 14. February at the Royal Opera House, London, this year’s ceremony will be hosted by Stephen Fry and broadcast on BBC One and BBC One HD on Sunday 14. February, 9pm.
Awards presenters and other attendees include Domhnall Gleeson, Cuba Gooding Jr, Douglas Booth, Emilia Clarke, Jack O’Connell, Julianne Moore, Matt Smith, Rebel Wilson, Riz Ahmed, Sacha Baron Cohen, Stanley Tucci and more.
And, nominees up for awards include Alicia Vikander, Bel Powley, Bryan Cranston, Cate Blanchett, Christian Bale, Dakota Johnson, Eddie Redmayne, Idris Elba, John Boyega, Julie Walters, Hou Hsiao-Hsien,Kate Winslet, Leonardo DiCaprio, Maggie Smith, Mark Ruffalo, Matt Damon, Michael Fassbender, Rooney Mara and Saoirse Ronan.
The Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema Award will be given to Angels Costumes and Sir Sidney Poitier is to be honoured with the BAFTA Fellowship.
via Metro UK