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On Wednesday, May 8, Cate Blanchett attended the Louis Vuitton Cruise 2020 show that took place in the center of the TWA Flight Center at JFK airport, New York. Cate was at the front row of the fashion show alongside Emma Stone, Julianne Moore, Alicia Vikander, Michelle Williams and other famous #LVCRUISE guests. Here are some photos! Enjoy!
ABC’s Australian Story will have Cate Blanchett as its presenter next Monday. She will be introducing directors Jocelyn Moorhouse & Pj Hogan in the episode called Jocelyn Moorhouse and PJ Hogan – The Kids are Alright. The program offers an intimate portrait of Muriel’s Wedding directors as they speak candidly about the challenges, heartbreak and unexpected joys of living with two severely autistic children and why Moorhouse dropped out of sight and didn’t direct a movie for 18 years.
Australian Story will air Monday, April 15 at 8pm (Australia Time) on ABC and ABC iview.
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As we previously announced Cate Blanchett was part of the cast that held a public reading of the play Land of the Free by Diane Samuels last Sunday.
The play interrogates the conflict between personal and political love as seen in the context of political discourse in the United States from the hysteria of the McCarthy era to the year of the Twin Towers attack. The play explores the true price of freedom and the cost of devoting one’s life to fighting for a more just world.
The public reading, directed by Joe Harmston and sponsored by the Kalisher Trust, has taken place at the Middle Temple Hall in London. Cate played Rosa Gold and her second-born, Roman Upton, debuted with her, playing young Ben Gold.
We have collected more pictures from the two most recent events attended by Cate. We would like to thank our own super-heroine, the admin of brie-larson.net, for proving us so many pictures. You rock!
Enjoy! EE Bafta – Arrivals
Cate attended the Up Next Gala fundraising event tonight. She was among the guests attending The NationalTheatre’s Gala tonight, hosted by Rufus Norris. She took a risk with Gucci but still fabulous! Here are the first photos. Stay tuned for more soon!
Cate Blanchett, Olivia Colman, Sir Lenny Henry, Charles Dance, Imelda Staunton, Natalie Dormer and Toby Stephens are among guests attending The @NationalTheatre's Up Next Gala tonight, hosted by Rufus Norris.
UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador Cate Blanchett is warning of a ‘race against time’ to protect Rohingya refugees from the impact of the upcoming monsoon season in Bangladesh. Increased rainfall, potential cyclones and adverse weather conditions are threatening to put hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees at serious risk in the coming months.
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Where’d You Go, Bernadette
Role: Bernadette Fox Status: In cinemas || Available in Blu-ray and DVD from November 26 Release: August 16, 2019 (USA)
Plot: After her anxiety-ridden mother disappears, 15-year-old Bee does everything she can to track her down, discovering her troubled past in the process
Role: Cornelia Rau Status: Filming in Adelaide Release: To be released in 6 episodes in 2020 on ABC (Australia)
Plot: The series centres on four strangers in an immigration detention centre in the Australian desert. When their lives intersect they are pushed to the brink of sanity, yet unlikely and profound emotional connections are made amongst the group.
Plot: Set in a fictional European town in 1780, is a dark and magical short film inspired by the classic story of Hansel & Gretel by the Brothers Grimm, but it offers a different perspective on the tale
Role: Thirteen roles Release: Available in VOD and in DVD Installation (complete): The Israel Museum (Jerusalem, Israel) January 16 – November 2, 2019 || Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden (Washington, USA) June 15, 2019 – January 5, 2020
Plot: A collage of artists’ manifestos, ultimately questioning the role of the artist in society today