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When Cate Blanchett went to Singapore for Van Cleef & Arpels’ “The Art and Science of Gems’ official opening, she talked to Gerald Tan for Harper’s Bazaar Singapore. The interview appears in the August 2016 issue of the magazine.
Yesterday, Giorgio Armani Beauty Channel on You Tube released a video entitled “Sì – One year of Intensity with Cate Blanchett”. This video is part of a series covering Cate’s collaboration with Giorgio Armani. The first one was released in 2014 (here).
The new clip shows the year in review with new music and even some new images (from Sì Le Parfum campaign). Enjoy! #SaySì
Screencaptures from Sì – One year of Intensity with Cate Blanchett are now in the gallery!
Laima magazine has just released a new image of Cate Blanchett for Armani’s Sì parfum campaign. The article mentions the presentation of “Si Le Parfum”, a new, more intense version of the famous Sì fragance.
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.
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.
Check the link below for more info and how to donate:
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