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ISABELLE HUPPERT has appeared in over 80 films since her debut. Her most prominent film appearances include LA DENTELLIERE (Best Newcomer Award in England) VIOLETTE NOZIERE (Best Actress Award, Cannes Film Festival), LES SOEURS BRONTE, LA DAME AUX CAMELIAS, PASSION, COUP DE TORCHON, LA TRUITE, STORIA DI PIERA, HEAVEN'S GATE, AMATEUR, THE BEDROOM WINDOW, EVERY MAN FOR HIMSELF, LES DESTINÉES SENTIMENTALES, SIGNE CHARLOTTE, LES POSSEDES, UNE AFFAIRE DE FEMMES (Best Actress Award, Venice Film Festival), MALINA (Best Actress Award, Berlin Film Festival), MADAME BOVARY (Best Actress Award, Moscow Film Festival), LA SEPARATION, LA CEREMONIE (Cesar Award for Best Actress, Best Actress Award, Venice Film Festival), RIEN NE VA PLUS, MERCI POUR LE CHOCOLAT (Best Actress Award, Montreal Film Festival), Michael Haneke's controversial LA PIANISTE (Best Actress Award, European Film Awards, Cannes and Seattle Film Festivals) HUIT FEMMES (European Film Awards, The Ensemble Award at the Berlin Film Festival, and the Golden Taurus Award for Best Actress at the Moscow Film Festival and SAINT-CYR. She most recently starred in MA MERE and THE TIME OF THE WOLF.

Directors with whom Huppert has worked include Claude Chabrol, Michael Cimino, Joseph Losey, Jean-Luc Godard, Marco Ferreri, Andrzej Wajda, François Ozon, Michael Haneke, Bertrand Tavernier, Olivier Assayas, Hal Hartley, Curtis Hanson and Patrice Chéreau. Huppert's experience on the stages of London and Paris includes an appearance in the title role of the Royal National Theater's production of "Mary Stuart,” as well as "Orlando” for director Bob Wilson.


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