Knowledge Identifier: +Isabelle_Huppert
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1953.
Countries: France (57%), United States (12%), (5%)
Linked to: Abu Sayyaf, The Observer, Sydney Theatre Company, Arte
Mauro Bolognini - Returning to features in the late 1960s with "Mademoiselle De Maupin", his later works included the accomplished period dramas "Metello" and "Bubu" , "Fatti di gente per bene" starring Giancarlo Giannini, Catherine Deneuve and Fernando Rey, "L'eredità Ferramonti" with Anthony Quinn and Dominique Sanda, and "La Dame aux camélias" featuring a young Isabelle Huppert
Caroline Huppert - She is the sister of French actress Isabelle Huppert and has directed 20 films since 1977
She made her American film debut in Michael Cimino's 1980 film "Heaven's Gate", which was a notorious flop at the U.S. box office
Clio Goldsmith - In 1981, she played prostitute Clemence in Mauro Bologninis "La Dame aux camélias" together with Isabelle Huppert
Regarded as one of her most impressive turns, her performance netted the 2001 acting prize in Cannes
Marc Fitoussi - In 2010, his second long film was released, "Copacabana", whose action takes place in the Belgian town of Oostende, starring Isabelle Huppert and her daughter Lolita Chammah in the lead parts as mother and daughter
Daniele Thompson - In 2010, she was with Isabelle Adjani, Paul Auster, Isabelle Huppert, Milan_Kundera, Salman Rushdie, Mathilde Seigner, Jean-Pierre Thiollet and Henri Tisot among the petition's signatures for Roman Polanski when the film director was temporarily arrested by Swiss police at the request of U.S authorities
White Material - A digitally restored version of the film was released on DVD and Blu-ray by The Criterion Collection in April 2011 and features new interviews with Denis and actors Isabelle Huppert and Isaach de Bankolé, a short documentary by Denis on the film's premiere at the 2010 Écrans Noirs Film Festival in Cameroon, and deleted scene
Cannes film festival - In 2012, she starred in two films that competed for the Palme d'Or at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival; "Amour" and "In Another Country"
Catherine Breillat - However somewhat ironically, a film adaptation of her book "Abus de faiblesse", directed by Breillat and starring Isabelle Huppert, began production in 2012 and is expected to be released in 2013