Frasi di Vanessa Redgrave
Data di nascita: 30. Gennaio 1937
Altri nomi:Vanessa Redgraveová
Vanessa Redgrave è un'attrice britannica.
Durante la sua lunga e variegata carriera ha ottenuto numerosi riconoscimenti tra cui un Premio Oscar, due Golden Globe, un BAFTA , uno Screen Actors Guild Award, due Emmy, due Prix a Cannes e una Coppa Volpi a Venezia. Attiva anche in campo teatrale, ha vinto inoltre un Tony Award e un Olivier Award per la migliore attrice.
Ha vinto l'Oscar alla miglior attrice non protagonista nel 1978 per la sua interpretazione nel film Giulia. Ha ricevuto altre cinque candidature agli Oscar rispettivamente per Morgan matto da legare , Isadora , Maria Stuarda, regina di Scozia , I bostoniani e Casa Howard .
Frasi Vanessa Redgrave
„I've been to Sarajevo a few times and have got to know a lot of people there who put on plays during the siege. I wanted to share in that because I knew it was important to them... I began to see something of what was going on there in terms of actually keeping up people's spirit to resist - the resistance that causes change - even in the worst imaginable circumstances. And I realized that it paralleled the same spirit that existed during the Holocaust and in the gulag. Theater and poetry were what helped people stay alive and want to go on living. That experience changed me, because I realized that if, as actors or writers or directors or designers, we can keep the will to resist alive in as many people as possible, then that's what we are about, and that's what we can do. It's more and more important because of the terrible things that are happening in our cities and the political and economic agendas that various governments have.“
— Vanessa Redgrave
Shawn, Wallace (April 1997), [http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m1285/is_n4_v27/ai_19382618 “Mission: possible - interview with actress Vanessa Redgrave”], Interview.
— Vanessa Redgrave
[http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/entertainment/2551773.stm Redgrave: Actress and campaigner], (6 December 2002), BBC News. accessed 17 December 2006.