#IWCTalksTo: Cate Blanchett
Posted on
Dec 17, 2016

#IWCTalksTo: Cate Blanchett

Hello everyone!

Last October, Cate attended the IWC Gala In Honour Of The British Film Institute and she was also interviewed by IWC Schaffhausen CEO Georges Kern as part of the #IWCTalksTo series. Enjoy the interview!

Source: IWC Watches



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BFI – Truth Fellowship Gala Presentation – Pictures
Posted on
Oct 18, 2015

BFI – Truth Fellowship Gala Presentation – Pictures

Last night Cate Blanchett attended a Gala Presentation of Truth, at the BFI – London Film Festival. (Note: yesterday I wrote British Film Festival, when it’s actually London Film Festival from the British Film Institute. Don’t do updates when you’re half asleep). Ok, here are the photos from last night:


British Film Festival – Carol Premiere, Press Conference & Photocall
Posted on
Oct 17, 2015

British Film Festival – Carol Premiere, Press Conference & Photocall

Earlier this week, Cate Blanchett attended the Premiere for Carol at the British Film Festival (BFI) and here are pictures from the Premiere, Photocall and Press Conference. There are a LOT of pictures for you to enjoy!





BFI Portraits
Posted on
Oct 16, 2015

BFI Portraits

Happy Friday, everyone! I uploaded some portraits from the British Film Festival, taken during the Carol Photocall and Press Conference. I’m still uploading the pictures from the Event, and they’ll be up later today. For now, enjoy these beautiful portraits.


Posted on
Aug 27, 2015

Cate Blanchett to Receive British Film Institute Fellowship

Cate Blanchett is to receive the British Film Institute’s highest honor, the BFI Fellowship, at the BFI London Film Festival’s awards ceremony on Oct. 17 at London’s Banqueting House.

“Truth,” starring Blanchett and Robert Redford, will have its U.K. premiere on the same night. Based on the book “Truth and Duty” by Mary Mapes, the film tells the story of Mapes, a CBS News journalist and Dan Rather’s “60 Minutes” producer, and the risks she took to expose a story about President George W. Bush.

Greg Dyke, chairman of the BFI, said: “Cate Blanchett is a compelling and brave actress whose mesmerizing screen presence has captivated audiences since her earliest roles. We are absolutely delighted to honor her extraordinary talents with a BFI Fellowship at this year’s LFF awards.”

The Fellowship is awarded to individuals in recognition of their “outstanding contribution to film or television.” The BFI described her as a “fearless and subtle actress,” adding, “She has the rare gift of seeming utterly to inhabit the characters she plays and has an amazing ability to convey complex layers of emotion to stunning effect.”

Blanchett also appears at the festival in Todd Haynes’ “Carol,” which is the American Express Gala screening on Oct. 14. She plays an alluring woman trapped in a loveless marriage who falls for a young woman, played by Rooney Mara, working as a department store clerk in 1950s Manhattan. Blanchett won a Golden Globe for her performance in Haynes’ “I’m Not There,” in which she plays an incarnation of Bob Dylan.

Previous BFI Fellowships at the same LFF ceremony have been presented to Stephen Frears in 2014, the late Christopher Lee in 2013, Tim Burton and Helena Bonham Carter in 2012, and Ralph Fiennes in 2011. In the past year, Al Pacino and Mel Brooks were also awarded BFI Fellowships.

Via Variety