BAFTA Picture & Video coverage – Part 2

I think I have now finished adding all the pictures and videos of Marion Cotillard at last Sunday’s BAFTA Awards. Due to the high amount of pictures of Marion on the red carpet, in the pressroom and attending after parties – mostly HQ – I decided to divide them into 3 different albums. Additionally to adding a video of Marion presenting an award to Javier Bardem I’ve also replaced the existing clip of her own win with one that includes the full presentation speech of Harvey Keitel and the clip from La Vie en Rose. Finally, there’s a clip called ‘Various’ – it includes small glimpses of Marion on the red carpet, Eva Green, Keira Knightley and Daniel Day-Lewis mentioning Marion and Marion’s comment about being confused with Keira by fans on the red carpet.

If you have any additional pictures/clips please feel free to send them in. Also, does anybody have a better quality clip of Marion’s acceptance speech? Could you in that case please send in screencaptures? That’d be awesome!

040 The Orange British Academy Film Awards 2008
080 The Orange British Academy Film Awards 2008 – Pressroom
071 The Orange British Academy Film Awards 2008 – After Parties
003 Videos Public Appearances – 2008 – BAFTA


1 Comment on “BAFTA Picture & Video coverage – Part 2”

  1. Dear Hearts,

    If you never see another movie–SEE this one. Critic A.O. Scott of the NY Times panned it. See my counter review to him.

    “La vie en rose” Sadly A.O. Scott lives in a world of cynicism and despair. Remote, detached and untouchable he surgically dissects la vie en rose with the cold calculation of a biologist extracting the innards of a worm. La vie en rose is a cinematic tour de force. Both as a movie and even more for the performance of Marion Cotillard. Some have mentioned Academy Award. Non, mes amis, amies,mademoiselle Cotillard transcends all acting and all such awards. None could do her justice. The pathetic Hollywood bimbos who prance before the Screen Actors Guild should all rush to see this film with note books in hand for a lesson of a lifetime. Cotillard is the living embodiment of Edith Piaf. Never in my 47 years of life in film and theatre have I witnessed such a breathtaking, pin-point rendering of vulnerability and gut-wrenching emotion emblazoned in one actor on the silver screen. “Oscar” should be on his knees to this woman. A.O. Scott, genuflect, genuflect…you have seen a saint.

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