Bonnie shared something very special on her twitter today:
USPS are releasing 20 special Harry Potter Forever USPS stamps this November 19th. As you can see, Bonnie has revealed that Ginny Weasley will be on her own stamp! The entire collection of 20 stamps can be pre-ordered here.
Bonnie’s first short film, Separate We Come, Separate We Go, has been made available online. Bonnie linked to the film on her twitter today, and you can view it on her BonBonLumiere vimeo account.
Having just finished watching it, I thought it was absolutely beautiful. Not only has Bonnie done a great job, but I’d like to give a mention to Emily Dunham and David Thewlis, who played off each other very well.
Bonnie has donated her shoes to the Small Steps Project for the third year in a row. Photos of Bonnie with the shoes she’s donating can be seen here, along with a message from Bonnie.
“I’m donating these shoes as they’ve been lucky to me. I hope Small Steps can ride on that luck too and raise lots of money this year to support their amazing work.”
Bonnie attended the Only Make Believe’s 14th Annual Gala in New York City last week (photos in the gallery), where she spoke about the Only Make Believe charity, her past year work experiences, as well as an upcoming/current one.
Bonnie Wright, most notably known for her role as Ginny Weasley in the Harry Potter films said, “I think it’s a great thing to harness performance and use it as a way to interact and help people.” She’s been quite busy these days, having just wrapped up performing in a play in London and filming in Connecticut, she is now about to begin filming for a movie that she will be directing.
Once we learn more about this second film she’s directing, we’ll share it.
Bonnie has joined, with hundreds of others, the See Through Fashion campaign, which is aimed at helping 3.6 million Bangladeshi garment workers get safer working conditions. What Bonnie wrote in to the campaign:
“Some UK High Street retailers have yet to sign the Bangladeshi safety accord.
See Through Fashion encourages all global citizens in the UK to demand transparency in the fashion industry.
As a Global Poverty Project Ambassador, I want to know where my clothes are made, who makes them and the conditions in which these women and men work, day in and day out.
Join us today as we try to change lives. #ThroughFashion”
For more information, visit SeeThroughFashion.org.
Separate We Come, Separate We Go, Bonnie’s directorial debut, is having its US premiere this month. The premiere is taking place in New York on Friday, October 25, at the Gold Coast International Film Festival. Tickets to the premiere can be found here. Bonnie is attending the event and is scheduled to do a Q&A with attendees.
Bonnie attended the premiere of The Counselor this evening. Photos of her from the event can be seen at Photogenic.
There were some cute tweets between her and her friend Gillian on twitter, where they seemed to enjoy Michael Fassbender in the film.
thisisbwright: “@1eyedgillysnake: Michael Fassbender you absolute dream!!! Come brush my arm again” staircase loving ♥ heart palpitations
thisisbwright: “Life is being in bed with you, everything else is just waiting.” Fassbender, The Counselor
Bonnie’s film, Before I Sleep, which she filmed last summer, is having its premiere at the Heartland Film Festival in Indianapolis, Indiana on October 19th, 2013. The festival’s website has a brand new photo of Bonnie as her character Phoebe, as well as an official run time of the film, which is listed as 82 minutes.