News Archive: February 2005|
Gillian at Oscar Parties
Posted at 9:02 PM (PST) on Monday, February 28, 2005
Yesterday Gillian attended two Oscar Parties:
- The 2005 Vanity Fair Oscar Party
- The 13th Annual Elton John AIDS Foundation Oscar Party
Thank you to the David & Gillian Online for many of these pictures.
National Doodle Day Celebrity Doodle Auction
Posted at 12:53 PM (PST) on Friday, February 25, 2005
The auction has begun.
To view all the available doodles, click here.
With every bid, you'll be helping thousands of people with epilepsy and neurofibromatosis.
Legends Memorabilia Charity Sci Fi Auction
Posted at 11:03 AM (PST) on Thursday, February 24, 2005
Legends Memorabilia is once again supporting an important cause: the local food banks in the Greater Vancouver area. They have decided to use this special Sci-Fi auction to help fund the purchase of several thousand cans of food to be used in a major charitable event called CANstruction?.
Drawing on the ingenuity and compassion of Vancouver's business community, CANstruction? brings together teams to design and build extraordinary structures that are made entirely of canned food. Following a public display, the structures are disassembled and the cans donated to local food banks. In 2004 this event raised more than 125,000 cans of food!
One of the items they are auctioning is Gillian's Robe: "This navy blue house coat was a crew gift from Gillian Anderson. The robe has been designed by 'Boardroom Custom Clothing' in a soft fleece fabric and on the left upper side, embroidered in gold, are the words '19983-1998 Goodnight Everybody - I Love You - Forever - G.A.'."
To view the robe, click here.
And to view all of the items, including a TXF t-shirt/cap and a TXF 5th year commemorative sweatshirt, click here.
NEW! They've added a David Duchovny Life Mask: "This fabulous Limited Edition life mask of David Duchovny (Agent Mulder), is an original casting that was taken for his role in the television series ?The X-Files?. One hundred were produced and the mould was then destroyed. No two are exactly alike due to variations in painting and casting techniques."
Spring 2005 Auction
Posted at 3:56 PM (PST) on Wednesday, February 23, 2005
We will be holding a small charity auction in April (exact dates will be announced later). The auction will take place on eBay and benefit Neurofibromatosis, Inc..
To preview two of the items that will be auctioned, click here. New items will be unveiled on a weekly basis until the start of the auction in April.
Posted at 10:01 AM (PST) on Friday, February 18, 2005
Piper Anderson is also participating in the National Doodle Day 2005 fundraiser.
Doodle Day Reminder
Posted at 9:50 AM (PST) on Monday, February 14, 2005
As part of National Doodle Day 2005, aiming to raise thousands of pounds for The Neurofibromatosis Association and Epilepsy Action Epilepsy Action, over 200 doodles, created and drawn by celebrities, will be available to buy on eBay.
An eclectic mix of the great and the good have picked up their pens, pencils, crayons and paintbrushes in aid of National Doodle Day. Terry Wogan, Stephen Fry, Katie Melua, Nick Park, Brian Blessed, Sir Matthew Pinsent, Maureen Lipman, Glenda Jackson, Fern Britton, Joanne Harris, Terry Gilliam, John McCririck, Joanna Lumley, Charles Kennedy, Manolo Blahnik, Gillian Anderson and many other celebrities have done their doodles and they can be yours.
The stars of 'Coronation Street, 'Hollyoaks' and 'The Bill' are involved as well as famous names from the worlds of football, Forumla One, cricket, rugby and horse-racing.
See the doodles now at National Doodle Day's website and bid from 25 February 2005 at eBay.
With every bid, you'll be helping thousands of people with epilepsy and neurofibromatosis!
Gillian at the BAFTAs
Posted at 6:29 PM (PST) on Saturday, February 12, 2005
Gillian attended the 2005 Orange British Academy Film and Television Awards, which were held today at The Odeon, Leicester Square in London.
Click here to view pictures and a video clip both from the event itself and the Artists Independent Networks Pre-BAFTA Party. Pictures are courtesy of Muzmar, Dany, MediaGrrrl, and DavidandGillian.net. Video Clip courtesy of Lorna (Back in the Day).
Gillian scheduled to attend BAFTAs
Posted at 11:29 AM (PST) on Wednesday, February 9, 2005
The 2005 Orange British Academy Film and Television Awards take place in the UK this Saturday 12th February 2005 at The Odeon, Leicester Square in London.
International broadcasters that have signed on include BBC Prime, BBC America, STAR, Cinenova Scandinavia and PT Indonesia. (Worldscreen.com)
The ceremony will air "live" (after some on-site fast-track editing) on primetime BBC One in the United Kingdom, with the show then fed into BBC America Stateside. (Hollywood Reporter)
Hosted by comedian Stephen Fry, attendees confirmed to attend this weekend’s BAFTAs include Leonardo DiCaprio, Clive Owen, Cate Blanchett, Diane Kruger, Martin Scorsese, Christian Slater, Juliette Lewis, Anjelica Huston, Jim Broadbent, Richard Gere, Sienna Miller, Gillian Anderson, Helen Mirren, Pierce Brosnan, Keanu Reeves and Lord Attenborough.
Prime Television in New Zealand will broadcast the ceremony less than 12 hours later, this Sunday 13th February at 8.30pm. (Scoop.co.nz)
BBC Prime is to bring the glitz and glamour of the British Academy Film Awards (BAFTAs) to South Africa for the first time. The awards will be broadcast on BBC Prime (Channel 40 on DStv) in South Africa at 8pm on Wednesday 16th February. (iAfrica.com)
Check your local listings!
Wankie the elephant
Posted at 7:13 AM (PST) on Wednesday, February 2, 2005
In the wake of the recent death of the elephant Peaches at Lincoln Park Zoo, actress and animal rights activist Gillian Anderson has written state Sen. John Cullerton and state Rep. Sara Feigenholtz urging them to encourage zoo officials to ship Wankie -- the zoo's sole surviving African elephant -- to a warm-weather sanctuary.
Anderson is contacting Cullerton and Feigenholtz since their districts include the zoo.
As first reported here last fall, she wrote to zoo director Kevin Bell on behalf of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals after the elephant Tatima died in October. At that time, Anderson asked that both Wankie and Peaches be shipped to warmer climes. PETA has offered to subsidize Wankie's transportation to one of two warm-weather sanctuaries where the 35-year-old pachyderm can "roam freely on hundreds of acres in the company of other African elephants."
In her letter to lawmakers, Anderson stresses a sanctuary is preferable, "rather than shuffle her off to more problems at another zoo."
At this point, a zoo committee is considering where to send Wankie, but no decision has yet been reached.