I’ve diligently transferred all the existing video clips of Marion at public appearances from the old to the new archive – bringing the total count in the new archive to 110. I’ve also added 4 new clips: 2006 Cannes Festival, 2007 Hollywood Awards Interview (by a rather ignorant reporter…) and 2009 Oscars Backstage & Red Carpet.
And here’s the transcript of what Marion said to Kate Winslet during the recent Oscar ceremony:
Kate Winslet, with each new role you continue to push the boundaries of what’s possible. Your brilliant performance in “The Reader” encompasses all the qualities that have always drawn us to you: passion, vulnerability and extraordinary depth. As your character move through time, love and the most dire of circumstances we, as your audience Kate, never lose a connection to you. This is yet another unforgettable portrait from one of our most gifted actresses and one of our most inspiring. Thank you!
And something cute I found online:
Fresh off her emotional acceptance speech, best actress Oscar winner Kate Winslet was still shaking when she came backstage.
“Oh my God. Oh my god. Did I make any sense?” she asked presenter Marion Cotillard.
“Totally. Don’t worry,” Cotillard, last year’s winner, told her.
“I’ve got to phone my kids,” Winslet, still shaking, said as she headed toward a hallway.
036 Award Ceremonies
005 Other Public Appearances
Here a list of pictures I’ve recently added to the Movies & Public Appearances sections of the gallery:
001 La Guerre dans le Haut Pays – Stills
015 Du Bleu Jusqu’en Amérique – Screencaptures > Trailer
001 Jeux d’enfants – Stills
003 Fair Play – Stills I also replaced a few stills with HQ versions
005 A Good Year – Official Wallpaper
009 ‘La Môme’ Premiere – Plan de Campagne, January 25, 2007
004 ‘La Môme’ – Festival International du 1er film February 13, 2007
030 ‘La Môme’ Press Conference – Los Angeles, April 17, 2007
001 Pre-Oscar Parties, February 21, 2009
The last picture is actually from Variety‘s 7th Annual Night Before Party at the Beverly Hills Hotel which helped raise funds for the Motion Picture & Television Fund. It seems like this was Marion’s first stop of an evening full of party hopping – from one Pre-Oscar party to the next.
Remember last October, how we posted that one of Marion’s first roles would air on TV? Ever helpful Paolo recorded Théo La Tendresse for us and now, half a year later, I finally added screencaptures and 3 clips with Marion Cotillard as Laura, protagonist Théo’s daughter.
Tonight, Marion Cotillard’s movie debut – the 1994 movie L’histoire du garçon qui voulait qu’on l’embrasse (Die Geschichte des Jungen, der geküsst werden wollte) – will air on German TV chain ARD at 1.45am. Hopefully, we’ll be able to provide caps of this as well.
Gallery: 240 Théo la tendresse: La Nouvelle de la semaine – 1996 > Screencaptures
Video: 003 Movie & TV Clips – Théo La Tendresse