Honoured to attend @womeninfilmla with the baddest woman I know- @chloe_domont 🔥Working alongside you will forever be a highlight of my career. I cannot wait to see what you do next. Thank you for bringing me along on this ride ❤️
#PhoebeDynevor has another career-making role in her sights: a hedge fund employee in Chloe Domont’s film #FairPlay , a thriller that raises some uncomfortable questions about sex and power. “This film was personal to me," Dynevor says. “Every woman I know, it’s their experience in this world. And with any film with a message, you just really want it to start a conversation.” That’s exactly what it did at Sundance Film Festival, where the audience was buzzing about the film’s meaty themes. A woman came up to Dynevor almost immediately to tell her how much the film had meant to her. Others soon followed. “It was my first film festival, my second-ever film, and I was still aware of how unique and special that experience was, and how it might not happen again or for a very long time.”
Dynevor discusses how her life changed after #Bridgerton and making work that matters for ELLE’s October issue. Tap the link in bio for the full story.
This interview was conducted prior to the SAG-AFTRA strike.
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On #InternationalWomensDay , I'm joining @ActionAidUK to celebrate incredible women who are leaders in their communities during emergencies and crises.
Ayat is a volunteer with Violet, ActionAid’s partner in northwest Syria, and she is working with communities affected by the devastating recent earthquakes which killed tens of thousands of people.
"More than 90% of people who survived the earthquake are suffering from mental health issues. They need urgent help", says Ayat.
“Since the volunteers at Violet also live in the north of Syria, our homes were affected and we also lost people."
"It was very hard for us to overcome this reality and offer support to those in need when at the same time, we were also experiencing the same feelings.”
Tap the link in @ActionAidUK ’s bio to support their Emergency Appeal