Hollywood actress cate Blanchett will receive the Britannia award named Stanley Kubrick for achievements in film. This was reported on the official website of the Los Angeles division of the British Academy of film and television (BAFTA L. A.), which presents this award.
This award is given for unique signature style and inventiveness in work. The award ceremony will be held on October 26 at the Beverly Hilton.
“Thanks to the impressive and vast repertoire on the screen and the stage, Kate has reached unprecedented heights in his talent, receiving international acclaim and numerous awards,” said Chairman of the BAFTA L. A. Kieran Breen.
Another Britannia award this year will get Steve McQueen (“12 years a slave,” “Shame”) for outstanding achievement in directing.
In past years, the prize Britannia name Stanley Kubrick’s got Matt Damon, jodie foster, Meryl Streep, Robert Downey Jr. and George Clooney.
Earlier, cate Blanchett already has received three BAFTA award for the film “Elizabeth”, “the Aviator” and “Jasmine”. In addition, the actress won two awards “Oscar”, three “Golden globes” and two “awards of Guild of film actors of the USA”.