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18
Sep

Ellie Bamber attends the LOVE Magazine 10th birthday party with Perrier-Jouet at Loulou’s on September 17, 2018 in London, England.

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18
Sep

Ellie Bamber attends the Emilia Wickstead front row during London Fashion Week September 2018 at the Phillips Gallery on September 17, 2018 in London, England.

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Posted by 18.Sep.2018 • filed in Appearances Events Fashion shows


15
Sep

Ellie Bamber attends the Jasper Conran show during London Fashion Week September 2018 at The Sackler Gallery on September 15, 2018 in London, England.

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04
Aug

This year’s Nevada City Film Festival celebrates creatives, visual storytellers and filmmakers that dare us to dream, seek out new possibilities, forge connections, and embrace diversity, all the while sharing in this grand experiment called life.

NCFF has been called the “Sundance of the Sierra” for its emphasis on fiercely independent cinema by showcasing innovative, progressive and exciting new voices in film. Each year, NCFF attends major film festivals, collaborates with film schools around the world, reads countless film blogs, and watches the hundreds of films submitted, to narrow it all down to the very best in independent film.

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Posted by 04.Aug.2018 • filed in Events Festivals High Resolution Movies News Taipei


03
Jul

Ellie talked about her next work, the BBC mini-series Les Misérables, with WWD during the Chanel Haute Couture Show today in Paris.

“It’s like a terrarium,” said Ellie Bamber, who had wrapped filming “Les Mis” the day before. (The six-part drama adaptation of Victor Hugo’s 19th century classic also stars Dominic West and Lily Collins, with Bamber in the role of Cosette.)

“It was really challenging, it’s been amazing creating Cosette’s journey. I feel like there are so many new things that an audience is going to see that, if they’ve watched the musical, they might not know about,” she said. “The book is 1,500 pages long, Victor Hugo goes into so much detail, and [screenwriter] Andrew Davies has captured that so well.”

Coming “from that to this was just beautiful,” she continued, adding: “I sat in my room and had French onion soup last night — it’s something I do every time I come to Paris.”

Posted by 03.Jul.2018 • filed in Chanel Events Fashion shows Interviews Les Misérables News Tv