The gallery has been updated with HD screencaptures from bluray disc of Flawless in which Natalie played Cassie.
The movie is from 2007 and stars Demi Moore and Michael Caine.
Set in 1960 London, where a soon to retire caretaker convinces a glass-ceiling constrained American executive to help him steal a handful of diamonds from their employer, the London Diamond Corporation.
Ed Balls, fresh from charming the audience on Strictly Come Dancing, will present the Peter Sellers Award for Comedy at the event next week.
Mayor Sadiq Khan will hand over the Editor’s Award in partnership with Claridge’s, which is this year’s venue for the glittering event.
Treadaway, currently on cinema screens in A Streetcat Named Bob, and Kirby, who plays Princess Margaret in hit Netflix drama The Crown, will present the Everyman Award for Best Film and Anna Friel will hand over the Amanda Eliasch Award for Best Screenplay.
Hollywood actor Danny Huston will fly in to present the New West End Company Award for Best Actress, and Game Of Thrones star Natalie Dormer will hand over the best supporting actor gong.
The best documentary winner will receive their prize from Sir Bob Geldof and NW actress Nikki Amuka-Bird will be there to honour the technical achievement winner. Amanda Nevill, the chief executive of the British Film Institute, will announce the winner of the most powerful scene category.
The ceremony, held next Thursday, will be hosted by IT Crowd star, comedian and director Richard Ayoade. The shortlist was unveiled last week. The Everyman Award for Best Film pitches Andrea Arnold’s road-trip epic American Honey against Bridget Jones’s Baby and Ken Loach’s exposé of a failing welfare state I, Daniel Blake.
Comedian Dave Johns, who made his cinema debut in the title role of Loach’s film, is shortlisted for best actor with Dev Patel for Lion, Hugh Grant for Florence Foster Jenkins and Russell Tovey for his performance as a closeted footballer in The Pass.
Emily Blunt’s performance in The Girl On The Train sees her shortlisted for the New West End Company Award for Best Actress. She is in the running with Kate Beckinsale, for Love & Friendship, Dame Helen Mirren for Eye In The Sky and Tilda Swinton, the star of A Bigger Splash.
The Evening Standard British Film Awards are held in partnership with Claridge’s.
Thanks to my friend Nicole we’ve got HQ scans from Natalie’s cover on Grazia Magazine, a weekly Italian magazine.
I added the scans to the gallery and translated myself the article from their site online. Have a look!
«I like to run and swim in the Ocean», says Natalie Dormer with a wide shining smile when asked what she enjoys doing to relax. This was her most intense year in her career. And if by “relaxing” she took part to the London marathon, completing it in less than four hours, and not many can make it, before that she was in the saga Hunger Games and also her role as queen Margaery Tyrell in Game of Thrones, who shaked this last season.
«Running taught me to work harder for my goals and not to lose on them. I can also run for training for several hours. It’s like a meditation status, and I focus a lot on myself. Once it’s over, I feel ready for the challenge». It’s no surprise that this british actress of 34 was given with the Women in Film Max Mara Face of the Future Award, the award that Italian maison dedicates each year to the most promising of the moment. An award that in the past went to actress like Kate Mara, Emily Blunt, Rose Byrne, Zoe Saldana and Katie Holmes.
Natalie Dormer is that typical blonde with the right face for all those epic movies and in costume: «I am fascinated by women in power, those characters like Anne Boleyn in The Tudors, who make of their strength something sensual. I am very different from this, I’m shy». Who knows that by accepting all these roles I won’t become myself a seductress». Dormer is also that typical British beauty, who fits in thriller and horror movies, as it shows in The Forest: «I’m so scared, though. During my youth time at parties where you watch scary movies, I was the one hiding in my sleeping bag. It’s still hard to watch again some scenes for me, even if I’m the protagonist».
Read the full article in our press archive
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