Helen made a flying visit to the Cannes Film Festival as the guest of L’Oreal this weekend and walked the red carpet in a spectacular dress by Elie Saab.
The Lincoln Centre Film Society’s Chaplain Award was given to Helen Mirren in a gala ceremony in New York. Many friends and admirers were there to celebrate with her including Taylor, Vin Diesel, Robert De Niro, Jeremy Iron, Michael Baryshnikov and many more.
Helen was honoured to present the Loewe Foundation Craft Prize at the Design Museum London. There were 1900 entrants from all over the world and 30 finalists. The standard of entries was truly overwhelming and the winner was Jennifer Lee. The exhibition is on at the Design Museum now and well worth a visit. Simone Pheulpin and Takuro Kuwata…
Helen is excited to announce her first-ever online class on acting. In her MasterClass, Helen teaches her process for acting on the stage and screen. Across 28 video lessons, you will learn her approach to breaking down a script, researching characters, and mastering acting techniques. Enrol now and begin Helen’s MasterClass here – MasterClass.
For International Women’s Day Helen is in Toronto to support the Women of Worth awards. Please have a look at her message and tell a story of someone in your life who inspires you or stepped up when you needed them. #pressforprogress #thankher #internationalwomensday #womensday @lorealmakeup @lorealhair #lorealparis
Helen attended the 90th Oscar ceremony and presented with Jane Fonda for Best Actor to Gary Oldman for his portrayal of Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour. She also had fun ‘demonstrating’ host Jimmy Kimmel’s jet ski prize for the shortest acceptance speech which caused much amusement!
Helen with HRH Prince Charles and young people from The Princes Trust and L’Oreal at a reception at St James’s Palace for the All Worth It campaign. A personal development programme for 16- to 25-year-olds to help them gain the social and life skills needed to get into work, education or training – to create the…
Catherine the Great is a four-part drama that delves into the politically tumultuous and sexually charged court of the most powerful female monarch in history. Catherine wielded supreme power throughout Russia for nearly half of the 18th century – strong-minded, independent, brilliantly intelligent and sexually liberated, she was the definition of the modern woman. The…
Helen attended the Golden Globes last night as a nominee for her performance in The Leisure Seeker and also presented an award with Viola Davies for Best Supporting Actor to Sam Rockwell for Three Billboards in Ebbing, Missouri.
Swiftly on from Venice, Helen travelled to the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) with her film The Leisure Seeker, where she did a special Q&A on her career.