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In 2017, Meryl Streep's film career will celebrate its 40th anniversary. Prepare for many new specials and media.
  April 9th, 2010       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

On April 07, Meryl has attended the White House Project’s EPIC Awards. She introduced the film Yes Madam, Sir directed by Megan Doneman about Kiran Bedi who was the first female police officer in India. As she introduced Kiran and the clip she said, “There are women in the world who are willing to stand up… You are changing the world one woman at a time”. The film is narrated by Helen Mirren. Pictures from the awards can be found in the Image Library.

  April 9th, 2010       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Many thanks to Tina, who has previously provided caps from these, for also providing clips from the “The Directors” documentaries on Wes Craven and Sydney Pollack. Both feature very in-depth and interesting interviews with Meryl on the makings of “Music of the Heart” and “Out of Africa”. Thanks!

  April 9th, 2010       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Meryl has attended the opening night of “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson”, starring Benjamin Walker. Pictures can be found in the Image Library.

  March 27th, 2010       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Eight new clips have been added to the video archive, including some amazing findings. Details and credits below the previews.


Meryl Streep speaks at the UN (2010) March 5, 2010. Meryl Streep talks about Woman’s Rights, the Beijing +15 Process and introduces her friend Sarah Jones at the United Nations. The Tony-award winner plays different characters of women from around the world whose lives are directly affected by discriminatory laws. Meryl Streep at Vassar (2010) Segment by the Vassar college on Meryl’s stage debut in the title role of “Miss Julie”. BBC Talking Movies (2009) Description: July 30, 2009. Report on and interview with Meryl Streep. Many thanks to Alvaro for taping and contributing this! Meryl Streep reads “The Sign on Rosie’s Door” (2008). Back in 2008, Meryl Streep attended the 80th birthday party for Maurice Sendak and read one of his stories, “The Sign on Rosie’s Door”. Many thanks to Tina for finding this! Biography: Bruce Willis (2005) Documentary on Bruce Willis, including interview by Meryl Streep on “Death Becomes Her” and their collaboration for Paul Newman’s “Hole in the Wall Gang Camp”. Many thanks to Alvaro for taping and contributing this! American Cinematheque Tribute to Nicole Kidman (2003) Director Stephen Daldry and Allison Janney salute Nicole Kidman for her performance in “The Hours” plus a taped congratulations segment by Meryl Streep. New York at the Movies (2002) A&E documentary on the films that were made in New York and how the city is portrayed in them. Hosted by Meryl Streep. An Evening with Friends of the Environment (1990) Meryl’s speech at the “An Evening with Friends of the Environment” charity concert in 1990. Many thanks to Daniel!

  March 24th, 2010       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Here comes a real treat for everyone interested in the real story behind Meryl’s 1983 film “Silkwood”, which was based on the real story of Karen Silkwood. This is a very in-depth documentary by the Biography Channel, featuring lots of insightful facts and interviews with Karen’s family and companions, as well as the film’s producer. Enjoy!

On the night of November 13, 1974, Karen Silkwood, a technician at the Kerr-McGee Cimarron River nuclear facility in Crescent, Oklahoma, was driving her white Honda to Oklahoma City. There she was to deliver a manila folder full of alleged health and safety violations at the plant to a friend, Drew Stephens, a New York Times reporter and national union representative. Seven miles out of Crescent, however, her car went off the road, skidded for a hundred yards, hit a guardrail, and plunged off the embankment. Silkwood was killed in the crash, and the manila folder was not found at the scene when Stephens arrived a few hours later. Nor has it come to light since. Although Kerr-McGee was a prominent Oklahoma employer whose integrity had never been challenged, as a part of the nuclear power industry it had many adversaries. The controversy ignited by Silkwood’s death regarding the regulation of the nuclear industry was intense, with critics finally finding an example around which to focus their argument. The legacy of the Silkwood case continues to this day in the on-going debate over the safety of nuclear technology.

  March 16th, 2010       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Added lots of new pictures since Meryl has been busy attending the previously announced events. She was spotted at the Women in the World Summit, the DVF Awards as well as the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony. There are also new additions from the 2010 Academy Awards. Enjoy the new pictures. Scans are coming next.


Image Library > Appearances > 2010 > Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony
Image Library > Appearances > 2010 > DVF Awards
Image Library > Appearances > 2010 > Women in the World Summit
Image Library > Appearances > 2010 > Academy Awards

  March 7th, 2010       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

How about spending your spare time until the Oscars kick off with reading some recent articles and interviews from Entertainment Weekly to Vanity Fair. A complete list of uploads can be found below the previews with many thanks to Alvaro, Elmira and All Stars Online.

Image Library > Magazine Scans > 2010 > Entertainment Weekly (USA, February 2010)
Image Library > Magazine Scans > 2010 > Tatler Magazine (Russia, February 2010)
Image Library > Magazine Scans > 2010 > The Observer (United Kingdom, February 2010)
Image Library > Magazine Scans > 2010 > The Sunday Telegraph (Uniked Kingdom, February 2010)
Image Library > Magazine Scans > 2010 > Vanity Fair (USA, March 2010)

  March 3rd, 2010       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Here’s Meryl’s full segment at 20/20’s “Before they were Famous” special with many thanks to Nora for the clip!

Before they were Famous (2010)

  January 27th, 2010       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

There have been quite a few articles on Meryl lately, so have a look at the recently added scans. Many thanks to Alvaro for contributing the US Weekly and Woman’s Weekly scans (both from January), Anke for the Laviva scans and Nathalie from Amazing Rachel Weisz for the Myself Magazine scans (both from Germany and both February 2010 issues).


 

Image Library > Magazine Scans > 2010 > US Weekly (USA, January 2010)
Image Library > Magazine Scans > 2010 > Women’s Weekly (United Kingdom, January 2010)
Image Library > Magazine Scans > 2010 > Myself Magazine (Germany, February 2010)
Image Library > Magazine Scans > 2010 > Laviva Magazine (Germany, February 2010)

  January 24th, 2010       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Here are the very first pictures of Meryl arriving at the 16th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. She is nominated as Best Actress for “Julie & Julia”.

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