Isabelle Huppert Profile
|Full Name:||Isabelle Huppert - Contact Isabelle Huppert|
|Birth Name:||Isabelle Ann Huppert|
|Date of Birth:||March 16, 1953|
|Place of Birth:||Paris, France|
|Sister(s):||Elisabeth Huppert (an actress), Caroline Huppert (a director)|
|Spouse:||Ronald Chammah (since 1982)|
|Son(s):||Lorenzo (b. 1986), Angelo (b. August 1997)|
|Daughter(s):||Lolita (b. October 1983)|
|Education:||Graduated from the CNSAD (National Conservatory of Dramatic Art of Paris)|
|Claim to Fame:||As Erika Kohut in Pianiste, La (2001)|
Isabelle Huppert News
Washington TimesIsabelle Huppert awarded Golden Thumb award at Ebertfest 2017
French thespian Isabelle Huppert, hot from her Oscar nomination for best actress for the thriller ?Elle,? was on hand for a screening of the film at Ebertfest Friday evening. ?Roger said sometimes your face was inscrutable, but you built your ...
Politics and women in film honored at Ebertfest
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Daily Illini14 Most Memorable Moments from Isabelle Huppert
The moment Isabelle Huppert stepped onto the Virginia Theatre stage Friday evening, moviegoers gave the French actress a standing ovation. She attended Ebertfest on the third day of the festival for the screening of her 2016 thriller ?Elle.? Huppert ...
New York TimesWhat's on TV Monday: Isabelle Huppert in 'Elle,' and 'A Cat in Paris'
New York Times
Isabelle Huppert earned her first best actress Oscar nomination ? and won a Golden Globe ? as Michèle Leblanc, a video-game executive (and, perhaps not incidentally, the daughter of a serial killer) who is raped and then turns the tables on her ...
VarietyEbertfest Honorees Isabelle Huppert, Norman Lear Share Memories ...
Every year industry heavyweights descend on Champaign, Ill., to pay tribute to Roger Ebert's lasting legacy in the world of film. Ebertfest, the annual week-long ...
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The Sydney Morning HeraldThings to Come review: Expressive Isabelle Huppert finds good in ...
The Sydney Morning Herald
Expressive Isabelle Huppert laughs, cries and even blows some raspberries in Things to Come.
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Hollywood ReporterCannes: Isabelle Huppert to Serve as Face of Women In Motion ...
The program, presented by Kering and the Cannes Film Festival, will once again showcase the contribution women have made to film.
Isabelle Huppert on the Poster of Kering/Cannes's 'Women in Motion ...
2017 Cannes Film Festival: Isabelle Huppert Named Face of ... - WWD
Isabelle Huppert Is The Face Of Women In Motion At Cannes 2017
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- 'It is not difficult': Isabelle Huppert on the role no American would touch - The Sydney Morning Herald
The Sydney Morning Herald'It is not difficult': Isabelle Huppert on the role no American would touch
The Sydney Morning Herald
Even by the Trappist standards of French celebrities, Isabelle Huppert is famously tight-lipped about anything that might be regarded as personal. The files are full of bewildered reporters' stories of her refusal to reveal where in Paris she was born ...
Herald SunThings To Come (2017): Leigh Paatsch film review | Herald Sun
PEOPLE are still lazily citing Meryl Streep as the best actor on the planet. Fact: she hasn't delivered a performance to truly justify the honour for over a decade.
Things To Come review: Mia Hansen-Love film embraces change ...
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- Film review: Things to Come ? Isabelle Huppert braves the trials of middle age in engaging portrait - South China Morning Post
South China Morning PostFilm review: Things to Come ? Isabelle Huppert braves the trials of middle age in engaging portrait
South China Morning Post
Continuing her current rich vein of form after Paul Verhoeven's Elle, Isabelle Huppert plays Nathalie, a fifty-something philosophy professor who finds that even her refined knowledge of the world's great thinkers provides little comfort after her ...
- Top five films
The Canberra Times
The great theme of the French writer-director Mia Hansen-Love is the passing of time, bringing changes which are impossible to predict let alone control. This closely observed character study stars Isabelle Huppert as a philosophy teacher who must find ...