Juliette Binoche, the Jury-President of the 69. Film Festival In Berlin. Thus, your has been appointed to two Directors in the coming year, a woman at the peak of the Jury, the last-acted Meryl Streep in 2016 as the Jury President of the Berlinale. The French actress and Academy award winner emphasized a long relationship with the Festival as Berlinale Director Dieter Kosslick. In 2001, she was seen in Lasse Hallströms Melodrama "Chocolat" with Johnny Depp in the competition, in 2004, she played the main role in "Country Of My Skull" by John Boorman. Most recently, she was represented with "Camille Claudel" by Bruno Dumont and "Endless Night" by Isabel Coixet in competition.
Juliet Binoche is one of the most versatile and the most prolific Actresses of the European cinema, she played in films of the Iranian Director Abbas Kiarostami, as well as in Blockbuster productions such as "Godzilla". With the French filmmaker Claire Denis has a close working relationship: their latest collaboration, the sci-Fi Drama "High Life, comes in March in the cinemas.
their international breakthrough had Binoche in 1988 with the adaptation of the novel "The unbearable lightness of Being", for her role in "Three colors: Blue" by Krzysztof Kieślowski, she was awarded in 1993, with both the Coppa Volpi in Venice and the French César Film awards. In the same year she also received the Berlinale camera. For her role in "The English Patient" by Anthony Minghella, she received in 1997 the Academy award. Binoche was the first European actress, which was awarded to all three European A-Festivals (Berlin, Cannes, Venice).
The appointment of Juliette Binoche to the Jury President is a positive Signal for the last year of the Berlinale-boss Dieter Kosslick, was one of the first supporters of an international Charter for Gender parity at film festivals. The Berlinale opened at 7. February with the Drama "The Kindness of Strangers" and the Danish Director Lone Scherfig. (Tsp)More about
French Comedy with Juliette Binoche art of letting goAndreas Busche