Site News + Bernadette Promotion

Site News + Bernadette Promotion

Hello dear Blanchetters!

This post is hard to write.
As some of you may have noticed we have been silent for a long time, or late to make posts and to keep the site updated to our usual standard. Few months ago the oldest members of the team realized that their lives made impossible for them to keep the site open any longer, so they decided to look up for new collaborators to help them out.
The transition process was not promising and nearing Cate’s 50th birthday the team decided to put the site on sale setting a deadline for end of August, when the servers hosting the site and the gallery expire, and then to close the site for good, if nobody had stepped up.
We would like to remind you all that this site is fan made, built with our own money (and the ones kindly donated), using our skills and our free time, pushed by endless passion. We have no affiliation with Mrs. Blanchett and her managment, we just admire her (a lot).
We decided to post as much as we had from our personal archives before the site closes but we can’t make it: we can’t even prepare the Vault posts on social media or moderate the chat we created to bring fans together, we don’t have available time.
Our hard called decision about the site made us really sad: it’s like a children to us and we have spent years collecting material and making it available to the public at large, for free (you can check all the social media around: most pages dedicated to Cate Blanchett won’t be here today without our work and we don’t even ask for credit).
We received an offer for the site, but with one condition: to dismember the team behind it. We declined.
But that moment made us realize that we are not ready to step down, for three reasons: we received a legacy from another fansite, we are the best at doing this and we love it. So the site will stay open, but one thing remain: the yearly servers deadline. If we can’t find the money to pay for them the site will close on August 22nd.
So, here we are, asking for donations. You can click on the yellow button “Donate” on the right sidebar of the homepage, after site info, and ask any further question contacting the team by clicking on “Contact page” in same sidebar, in the site info space.
We are gonna keep up as we can, we all our love
Annie, MLS and Nelly

Faithfull to our commitment, let’s talk about Cate!

Where’d You Go Bernadette is opening in less than a month, and we have a big update to make. A series of short clips and the first featurette have been posted recently, plus new stills, an interview with Cate and more news.

First thing first: group sales are available on the official site. For more infos click here.

The New York Times will host a screening followed by a public talk with director Richard Linklater on August 12. More infos here

The Austin Film Society will held a special screening of the movie on August 15. The director will be there. More infos here

The movie soundtrack has released, here’s the album track list:

1. Welcome to Antarctica (2:43)
2. Seattle (2:20)
3. Sleeping (0:56)
4. Blackberry Abatement Specialist (1:11)
5. Mudslide Aftermath (1:26)
6. Medicine Cabinet (0:37)
7. 18 Miracles (3:15)
8. Ice Cream Rescue (1:14)
9. Invisible Cosmic Rays (1:05)
10. Jingle Bells (2:21)
11. Gone (2:38)
12. Home From School (1:01)
13. I’m Talking To You, Aren’t I? (1:03)
14. Why Do You Always Set It So High? (1:30)
15. Storm Tossed (1:50)
16. I’m a Ghost (1:09)
17. Dad, I’ve Made a Decision (1:15)
18. Crochet and Icebergs (2:21)
19. Welcome to Port Lockroy (2:12)
20. Palmer Station (2:02)
21. You Can Go (3:38)
22. Where’d You Go, Bernadette (2:19)


A series of international posters

New still!


A series of clips and the first featurette! The official social media account are quite active. I suggest you to follow them!

The first press junket interview and a new still in the new issue of Entertainment Weekly. Enjoy!

Closing with the updated release dates for some coutries from IMDB:
Release Dates
Poland 16 August 2019
USA 16 August 2019
Argentina 29 August 2019 (Argentina)
Netherlands 29 August 2019
Portugal 29 August 2019
Indonesia 30 August 2019
Russia 5 September 2019
Mexico 4 October 2019
Italy 10 October 2019
Sweden 11 October 2019
Australia 24 October 2019
Brazil 14 November 2019
Germany 12 December 2019

UNHCR – New Podcast and Collaboration

UNHCR – New Podcast and Collaboration

Hello Blanchetters!

Back in 2015 Cate was appointed Goodwill Ambassador for the UNHCR, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, leading to a fruitful partnership and collaboration.
One week after the annual World Refugee Day, the UNHCR released a new podcast inteview from the series Awake at Night. You can listen it here. Alongside the podcast the UN Refugee Agency relased two new pictures from Cate’s humanitarian missions in Lebanon (2015) and in Bangladesh (2018).

Thanks to Catepedia on the CBFchat, we have news about another project Cate was involved in: she has written the foreword for the new book Forced to Flee, featuring pictures of refugees children:

The book is on sale from June 25. More infos here

We have also added to the gallery a new picture from the Hands Up for Syria fundraising (2016)

and we have replaced the picture below with a larger version (The Ideas Box – Google Zeitgeist). Enjoy!



actor, Oscar-winner and mother of four Cate Blanchett is the final guest of this season’s award-winning podcast series Awake at Night, hosted by the UN Refugee Agency. The podcast centres around remarkable individuals engaged in supporting refugees, and Blanchett, a UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador, has dedicated herself to the cause since 2014.

In a frank and emotional conversation with Melissa Fleming, UNHCR’s Head of Global Communications, Blanchett reflects on her experiences during prior field visits with UNHCR. She recalls her time in Jordan, accompanied by her son Iggy, where she met Syrian refugees: “In Jordan you have two refugee camps [Azraq and Za’atari] and one of them is completely barren, it’s almost like a moonscape. We had this extraordinary lunch with an extended family that had been in the camp for quite some time. One of the boys was going out to play soccer. But there was a 13-year-old boy, very engaged, very cheery, that didn’t go out.”

Iggy — keen to play football with all the boys in the family — was curious to know why the cheery boy didn’t join them: “I explained that he had a wound in his foot; that he had shrapnel in his ankle as he was shot on their journey there. The colour just drained from Iggy’s face and you could see him trying to put those pieces together.”

There, in the barren, hot, Jordanian desert, might have well been the moment her son Iggy understood what it meant to be a refugee: “I think, if you told him in abstract or he’d read it in a newspaper article, he would have thought about the boy being in a hospital bed, being incredibly depressed, but you could see that this boy was still full of hope.”

When asked how being a mother has helped her with her role as a Goodwill Ambassador, Blanchett says: “Simply by being a mother you form a greater empathetic, immediate connection to the experience of refugee mothers and what they will do, the lengths they will go to try and normalize their experience as fragile as it is for their children.”

As a Goodwill Ambassador for UNHCR, Blanchett helps raise awareness and humanize the issue of forced displacement and statelessness. She has travelled with UNHCR to meet refugees in Lebanon, Jordan and Bangladesh, learning first-hand about peoples’ experiences of flight from conflict and persecution, or the challenges of statelessness and then turning this experience into powerful advocacy and human storytelling. She has turned this witness into film and drama, and also into powerful testimony at fundraising events as well as high-level meetings such as at the UN Security Council and Davos.

The Awake at Night podcast series focuses on remarkable humanitarians who provide unique and intimate insights into their work. They disclose what drives them, what they have learned from the people they serve, and the challenges and hopes that keep them awake at night.

So, what keeps Cate Blanchett awake at night? When asked this question, she vividly describes meeting a Syrian woman, an architect, at a refugee community centre in Lebanon. The woman, a mother of three, told the people gathered at the centre that she was taking a boat the next week with her children to try to reach Europe: “The room fell silent and everyone said: ‘You know how dangerous that is.’ And she said, ‘I have no choice! My children have been out of school. I have no choice!’.”

Blanchett continues: “Often, for people who get on boats, it’s not the first point of trauma. They’ve experienced starvation. They have been shot at. They have travelled miles without any medical aid. Their children are at their wits’ end, already traumatized, when they get on the boat.”

“They are doing this because they are thinking profoundly about their children’s future. They are the people who are being washed up on the beaches.”

“Think. Just think about that, as you’re drifting off to sleep.”

Blanchett’s work with refugees has also exposed her to the immense resilience and courage of refugees, despite their difficult circumstances. This reminds her of another meeting: “When we were at Azraq, I encountered a young schoolteacher whose child was a month old. It was incredibly hot. It was in the desert and they’d made their tent. He took me into a courtyard and he had planted a little tree for his daughter. He would walk for a long time every day to get enough water to feed this tree. Just the love that he was pouring into this tree. He wanted it to grow and he knew that he would probably be in the camp for quite some time. He was talking about how this tree would grow and it would shade his daughter. And it made me want to weep. I thought it was like the quintessential image of hope that a father has for his daughter. That he wanted her to play under that tree.”


This Changes Everything – First trailer, special screening and promotional material

This Changes Everything – First trailer, special screening and promotional material

Hello dear Blanchetters!

The first trailer for This Changes Everything has been released a couple of days ago, but there isn’t a single frame with Cate. The trailer announces that wider release is set for July 22nd during a special screening in US cinemas (the documentary is set to debut on June 28 for a limited release). Tickets can be bought here

No pictures from the trailer, but fear not! The official Instagram account is promoting the movie, some stills may come from it. Stay tuned!

Official Facebook

Peter Lindbergh – Women’s Stories featuring Cate Blanchett for W

Peter Lindbergh – Women’s Stories featuring Cate Blanchett for W

Hello Blanchetters!

We have just found out a brand new documentary featuring some unseen footage.
A quick recap: back in 2016 W Magazine, for its yearly Oscar issue commissioned the cover photoshoot to the great Peter Lindbergh. The famous photographer has filmed the creative process and released it in two different videos.

This Febrary, during the last Berlin Film Festival a new documentary dedicated to Peter Lindberg was amongst the competition: Peter Lindbergh – Women’s Stories.

In the documentary’s trailer there are few seconds of new footage from that Best Performance editorial from 2016.

The feature opened in Germany on May 30. There aren’t any news of a possible distribution outside Germany.

Interview, Beauty Papers and Von – Magazine Scans (and some pics)

Interview, Beauty Papers and Von – Magazine Scans (and some pics)

Hello Blanchetters, a long awaited post!

We had purchased and scanned the last three magazine featuring a brand new photoshoot with Cate Blanchett. Meanwhile we have also found some pics to add in the photoshoot section. (Remeber to clear your cache to see the updated pics)

Interview Magazine – March 2019

Behind the scenes

BTS Sources: 2

Beauty Papers


Promotional videos focused on each characther

Ellen Von Unwerth’s VON

Photoshoot and Behind the scenes

BTS source: Von’s Insta

First pictures form the set of Stateless

First pictures form the set of Stateless

Hello dear Blanchetters!

Cate is currently filming Stateless in Adelaide, Australia! The first pictures from the set came out yesterday, enjoy!