News Archive: December 2004|
Newsletter from Buskaid
Posted at 9:36 AM (PST) on Monday, December 13, 2004
Dear Buskaid Supporter,
Our last newsletter for 2004 which includes some delightful photos. Please do open it.
Please forward this to any interested friends and colleagues.
Administration SA Office
Bleak House Update
Posted at 1:08 PM (PST) on Wednesday, December 8, 2004
Gillian shall be playing the role of Lady Dedlock.
Dickens' ninth novel was intended to illustrate the evils caused by long, drawn-out suits in the Courts of Chancery. Dickens had observed the inner workings of the courts as a reporter in his youth and observed that "The one great principle of the English law is to make business for itself". Bleak House is often considered Dickens' finest work although not his most popular. - David Perdue's Charles Dickens Home Page.
Gillian's Next Project
Posted at 3:27 PM (PST) on Monday, December 6, 2004
In February 2005, Gillian shall begin working on a BBC production of Charles Dickens' "Bleak House."
From BBC News:
Seasons Greetings from Gillian
Posted at 8:48 PM (PST) on Saturday, December 4, 2004
Gillian at British Independent Film Awards
Posted at 8:16 PM (PST) on Wednesday, December 1, 2004
From Hello Magazine Online:
Gillian and Amanda Celebrate Indie Film Awards
1 DECEMBER 2004
Showcasing a newly svelte figure and blonde hairdo, Gillian Anderson led the red carpet roster of stars at the British Independent Film Awards in London on Tuesday.
The X-Files star, swathed in a halter-neck white satin gown, was beautifully backed in the glamour stakes by fellow actress Amanda Holden, who also had the flashbulbs blazing outside the Hammersmith Palais when she made her entrance in a romantic multi-coloured frock and orange pumps.
The big winner at the event was Mike Leigh's critically acclaimed movie Vera Drake, which centres on a back street abortionist in 1950s London. The movie swept the boards, scooping a total of six gongs – including best film and director - while stars Phil Davis and Imelda Staunton were awarded best actor and best actress respectively.
Bob Hoskins, the star of films including The Long Good Friday and Mona Lisa, took home the 2004 Richard Harris award for outstanding contribution by an actor to British film.
Also reigning triumphant were Korean film Oldboy which beat Fahrenheit 9/11 for the best foreign independent film prize, and Irishman John Crowley, who won the debut director award for Intermission.
Fashion Acts 2004 Auction
Posted at 8:24 AM (PST) on Wednesday, December 1, 2004
The 2004 Fashion Acts auction was held on Wednesday 17th November and raised upwards of £35,000. After 42 photos were auctioned live, a further 42 are being auctioned on eBay.
Here's your chance to get involved and bid for this photograph taken on an Olympus C-760UZ and donated by Gillian Anderson.
Fully mounted with a black wooden frame and signed by Gillian, the photograph is a unique piece of memorabilia.
Each year Fashion Acts distributes the money raised from the auction in the form of grants to HIV and Aids related charities and organisations throughout Britain - all money raised will go towards a number of projects
Gillian said: "Given the context of this project I think this image speaks for itself"
To view and bid on Gillian's photograph, click here.
Auction ends in 1 Day 19 Hours!