Isabelle Huppert

Francois Ozon Filming ‘Madeleine’ With Isabelle Huppert, Dany Boon; Playtime Handles Sales (EXCLUSIVE)

Click here to read the full article. Francois Ozon, whose latest film, “Peter von Kant,” opened the Berlinale, is already shooting his next movie, “Madeleine,” with a flurry of stars including Isabelle Huppert, Dany Boon and Fabrice Luchini. The project, which is believed to be his most ambitious since “8 Women,” is being introduced to buyers at Cannes by Playtime and has already sparked strong interest. The plot is being kept under wraps, but Playtime is presenting the script to select buyers. Ozon is one of the few bankable European directors whose films have opened at major festivals and traditionally sell around...
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21 Exquisite Old Pictures Of Isabelle Huppert, One Of France’s Greatest Stars

Isabelle Huppert has been a star for over 40 years, carving out a career of remarkable style and unusual daring. Born in a comfortable Parisian suburb, she made her acting debut as a teenager in the early 1970s, going on to work with the likes of Maurice Pialat, Jean-Luc Godard, Claude Chabrol, Claire Denis, Mia Hansen-Løve, and Paul Verhoeven in France and Márta Mészáros, Aleksandar Petrović, Mauro Bolognini, and Hong Sang-soo abroad. (She is also, somehow, almost always in a play: Since last summer alone, she’s done both The Cherry Orchard in Avignon and The Glass Menagerie in Amsterdam.)
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At 69, Isabelle Huppert Does French Beauty In The Chicest Way

The whole world is obsessed with the French aesthetic, but Isabelle Huppert is out there living it. In addition to starring in everything from The Lacemaker to The Piano Teacher, the acclaimed actor has a knack for looking impossibly chic with apparently minimal effort. Parisian to her core, she has a penchant for a statement red lip, and has experimented with different hair lengths over the years – most recently settling for mid-length tousled waves.

At 68, Isabelle Huppert Is The Coolest Person At The Balenciaga Show

Welcome to the latest instalment of we’re not worthy of Isabelle Huppert. Sacré bleu, she looked good at the Balenciaga show. The seasoned Demna disciple, who memorably shook things up at Cannes in the creative director’s second-skin satin, did the step and repeat at the autumn/winter 2022 show wearing a luxe leather version of the pantaboots that have taken the celebrity world by storm.

‘About Joan’ Review: Isabelle Huppert Deserves Better Than This Lumpy Europudding of a Character Study

Click here to read the full article. All great actresses of a certain age should get to anchor as many starring vehicles as the indefatigable Isabelle Huppert. Her prolific output and enduring marquee-name status are testament to French cinema’s continued interest in women past the age where Hollywood mostly confines them to secondary mom roles. But that doesn’t mean every project is going to be a gem, and “About Joan,” a muddled, maudlin character study that gives its leading lady plenty of screen time but little to actually do, sits at the least memorable end of her filmography. Starring Huppert...

Isabelle Huppert Tests Positive for COVID, Will Miss Berlin Film Festival Award Ceremony

After testing positive for COVID, French star Isabelle Huppert will not be coming to the Berlin International Film Festival to receive a honorary Golden Bear for her life’s work. The Oscar-nominated actress, whose work included Elle, The Piano Teacher, and 8 Women, was to be honored at a gala ceremony in Berlin on Tuesday, February 15 and to present her new film, the Laurent Larivière-directed About Joan.More from The Hollywood ReporterBerlin: XYZ Acquires Horror Comedy 'Gatlopp: Hell of a Game' from Signature (Exclusive)Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall Tests Positive for COVID-19Mark Rylance in 'The Outfit': Film Review | Berlin 2022 But late Monday...

Isabelle Huppert, Berlinale Golden Bear Honoree, to Skip Festival After COVID Diagnosis

Click here to read the full article. Isabelle Huppert, this year’s recipient of the Berlinale’s Honorary Golden Bear, has pulled out of attending the festival after testing positive for COVID in Paris. The festival confirmed the French star’s absence on Monday night. “Unfortunately, today Isabelle Huppert has been tested positive for the coronavirus in Paris and therefore she will not be able to attend the Berlin International Film Festival,” reads a statement from the Berlinale. “While informing the festival, she emphasized that she feels very dedicated to the Berlinale and wants to participate in any possible way also to support her latest film...

Isabelle Huppert Tests Positive for COVID, Unable to Accept Berlinale Golden Bear

The in-person Berlin International Film Festival hit an obstacle today, as Isabelle Huppert, this year’s recipient of the prestigious Honorary Golden Bear award, is unable to attend the festival after testing positive for COVID-19, the festival announced. The actress caught the virus in Paris, and while she is not seriously ill, she can not accept her lifetime achievement award in person. Huppert was scheduled to be in Berlin both to accept the award and to promote her latest film, “About Joan,” which is screening at the festival. The film, hailing from director Laurent Larivière, stars Huppert as a woman forced to...