JULIE DELPY (Writer, Actor -- Celine) has made a name for herself as an accomplished actress, screenwriter,
director, and writer in Europe and the U.S. Delpy co-wrote and stars in her most recent
film, BEFORE MIDNIGHT, which premiered in 2013 at the Sundance Film Festival.
The film is a follow up to its successful predecessors, BEFORE SUNRISE (1995) and
BEFORE SUNSET (2004), which earned Delpy an Oscar nomination for co-writing
with Ethan Hawke and Richard Linklater.
Prior to that, in 2012 Delpy wrote, directed and starred in 2 DAYS IN NEW YORK, a follow up to her critically acclaimed 2007 film, 2 DAYS IN PARIS. The latter film was
made independently in Paris, and after rave reviews in Berlin, received global
Since the tender age of 14, Delpy has worked with some of the world's most
esteemed and intellectual directors, including Jean-Luc Godard for DETECTIVE,
Agneiszka Holland for EUROPA EUROPA, Krzysztof Kieslowski for the trilogy "Trois
Couleurs," and Roger Avary for KILLING ZOE as the lead opposite Eric Stoltz. Her list
of directors is as versatile as her talents and films. Other film credits include
Bertrand Tavernier's THE PASSION OF BEATRICE, Carlos Saura's THE DARK NIGHT,
and Voker Schlondorff's VOYAGER.
Delpy has continued to transition seamlessly from acting, composing, writing and
directing, with memorable film roles such as: Focus Features BROKEN FLOWERS
starring alongside Bill Murray, which was written and directed by Jim Jarmusch; and
2009's THE COUNTESS, which Delpy also composed, wrote and directed. She also
won the director's prize at San Sebastian film festival for her film THE SKYLAB in
Delpy's affinity for acting, which she attributes to her parents, both of whom are
actors, is what inspired her to begin directing. In 1997, Julie made her directorial
debut with the short film, BLAH BLAH BLAH which was shown at the 1995
Sundance Film Festival.
Delpy truly enjoys immersing herself in the creative process and looks forward to
contributing in all aspects of future projects. She currently resides in Los Angeles
and Paris. She is fluent in French, English and Italian.
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