Tár – Cate Blanchett
In the Beverly Hilton hotel the night before last, everything glittered with movie stars. However, only a few returned home with the Golden Globe.
Perhaps the greatest success was achieved by the Australian Cate Blanchett, winner of the Golden Globe in the category of best actress in the film drama TÁR. With the role of Lydia Tár, a top conductor with a complex character, Cate Blanchett has been delighting critics and audiences around the world for months. Ever since its premiere in Venice, the movie Tár and its title star have been among the biggest favorites for the Oscar. This was confirmed last night when Cate Blanchett received the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Drama.
With this win, Blanchett joined Meryl Streep, Ingrid Bergman and Jane Fonda as the most awarded actress in the three wins. Blanchett has already won the Golden Globe for Best Actress twice, once in 1999 for Elizabeth and once for Jasmine French in 2014. She also won the Best Supporting Actress category in 2008 for Nema me.
Cate Blanchett was not present at the awards ceremony on Tuesday night, and presenter Henry Golding said that she was not there because she is filming a new movie in Great Britain. It was not mentioned which movie it was, but it is known that Blanchett should soon be seen in the television series Disclaimer by director and screenwriter Alfonso Cuaron and the spectacle Borderlands, a film adaptation of the computer game of the same name.
And the fans of the movie Tár, we could soon see her again as Lydia Tár. Namely, film director Todd Field revealed the upcoming short film The Fundraiser, which is set in the same universe as Tár. Although he did not go into detail about the film’s plot, he assured fans that the movie refers to “the first three letters of that title.” The premiere is supposed to be at this year’s Berlinale.
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