By Jean-Paul Eliard
The 12 October 2021
Hi Brigitte, I'm glad to do this interview
Hello Jean-Paul, I'm delighted to meet you.
Can you introduce yourself to
the visitors of cinema-movietheater.com?
I am an English / German actress with a base in London and Germany and probably best known for my role as Dr Vogel in 007 James Bond Spectre and No Time To Die.
What could you tell us about
your character Dr Vogel in No Time to Die?
She is a scientist and Spectre member and close friend of Oberhauser.
How was the filming with Daniel Craig, Ana de Armas, Rami Malek........... and with the Director Cary Joji Fukunaga?
it was very exciting and creative.
We did improvise the scenes I am in.
Working with background artists is
often very challenging and it can take a long time to get things right.
Daniel Craig is a eligth to work with, he is so generous and the perfect Englsih gentleman.
How long did the filming for this movie?
I was on set for 7 days. that is how long it took to finish our scenes.
How did you prepare for your role ?
I didn't have to prepare as I had already played Dr Vogel in Spectre.
But I did tune into the character again before coming on set.
".............In 2011, she won the award for Best Supporting Actress at the Los Angeles International Film Festival for her role as "Amelia Holland" in the
multi-award winning feature film "David is Dying" directed by Stephen Lloyd Jackson. . This film won 8 awards in the United States alone. The first independent British feature film to do
What is the award you have won, who was the hardest to win and the most rewarding for you?
I think the most amazing film I got an award for was NOX directed by Keyvan Sheikhalishahi.
It was really exciting and challenging to film in such a short period of time, but to win several award for it is amazing and makes it all worth it.
I was awarded Best Actress for Nox at the London International Motion Picture Awards in England...
What does this photo and the shooting of this movie remind you of?
My scene in Harry Poter with Natalie Tena, Daniel Radcliff and Brendon Gleeson. Sucjh a l ong time ago now, but still lovely to remember
And this photo ?
I know it is difficult to predict what the future holds for movies, TV series, etc. for the moment with Covid-19, but what is your next challenge / project?
I am waiting to hear back, but as you said it is all a littleuncertain at the moment due to covid.
Thank you very much for your interview Brigitte and I wish you all the best.
And to you Jean-Paul