Juliette Binoche (* 9. März in Paris) ist eine französische Schauspielerin und Oscar-Preisträgerin. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Leben; 2 Filmografie. Die Schauspielerin Juliette Binoche ist eine Frau mit einer einzigartigen Filmkarriere. Sie nahm in Zürich ein Goldenes Auge entgegen. Juliette Binoche ist eine französische Schauspielerin und Oscar-Preisträgerin.
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Les Amants du Pont-Neuf. La Veuve de Saint-Pierre. Globes de Cristal. Her mother was born in Czestochowa, Poland, of French, Walloon Belgian, and Polish descent, while her father is French.
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Won 1 Oscar. Haar ouders scheidden toen ze twee jaar was. De eerste jaren speelde ze slechts af en toe in film, maar gedurende de jaren tachtig groeide ze uit tot een ster in Frankrijk.
Ze kreeg een relatie met Leos Carax ,  een destijds zeer populaire filmmaker die haar een grote rol gaf in de film Mauvais sang.
De actrice ontving in de Prix Romy Schneider en in kreeg ze internationale erkenning voor haar rol als de jonge, onschuldige Tereza in The Unbearable Lightness of Being naast Daniel Day-Lewis en Lena Olin.
Dit was de eerste film waarin ze Engels spreekt, wat ze 'heel bevrijdend' vond. Hierna was ze onder andere te zien in Les Amants du Pont-Neuf van Carax later dat jaar gingen de twee uit elkaar en Damage van Louis Malle , tegenover Jeremy Irons Bleu gaat over een jonge vrouw wier echtgenoot en kind zijn omgekomen in een auto-ongeval, haar verdriet en de langzame verwerking ervan.
Zelf beschouwt Binoche dit als haar beste vertolking. Voor deze prestatie kreeg ze veel waardering. In de andere twee delen uit de trilogie is ze eveneens kort te zien.
Na deze film nam ze een acteerpauze voor het moederschap. In keerde ze weer terug op het witte doek met de hoofdrol in Le Hussard sur le Toit , een van de duurste Franse films ooit.
In speelde ze de rol van een verpleegster in de Tweede Wereldoorlog in The English Patient , van Anthony Minghella waarvoor ze de Oscar voor beste Vrouwelijke Bijrol won.
Binoche was released from the film six weeks into the shoot due to differences with Berri regarding the authenticity of his script.
The film failed to find an audience in France, although it was critically acclaimed in the UK. The production, directed by Jonathan Kent , was very favorably received.
The film depicted Sand's affair with the poet and dandy Alfred de Musset played by Benoit Magimel. The following year saw Binoche in four contrasting roles, each of which enhanced her reputation.
Next, she appeared in Michael Haneke 's Code Unknown , a film which was made following Binoche's approach to the Austrian director.
Staged by the Roundabout Theatre Company and directed by David Leveaux , the production also featured Liev Schreiber and John Slattery.
For her role Binoche won a European Film Audience Award for Best Actress and was nominated for an Academy Award and a BAFTA.
The film was a worldwide hit. In a feature article entitled "The Erotic Face" in the June edition of British film criticism magazine Sight and Sound , Ginette Vincendeau pondered Binoche's persona; Vincendeau suggested that the fixation of numerous directors upon her face had led to an erasure of her body, and to her being perceived only as a romantic icon rather than a versatile actress.
After the success of Chocolat , Binoche was internationally recognized as an A-list movie star in the early s, but as an actor her persona became somewhat fixed following a series of period roles portraying a stoic heroine facing tragedy and desolation.
Initially the pair despises each other, but, over the course of one night, they find common ground and maybe even love.
This playful spirit continued when Binoche featured in a Italian television commercial for the chocolates Ferrero Rocher.
The advertisement played upon her Chocolat persona featuring Binoche handing out the chocolates to people on the streets of Paris. In a more serious vein, Binoche traveled to South Africa to make John Boorman 's In My Country opposite Samuel L.
Based on the book Country of My Skull by Antjie Krog , the film examines The Truth and Reconciliation Commission TRC hearings following the abolition of Apartheid in the mids.
The film was an immediate success, winning best director for Haneke at the Cannes Film Festival,  while Binoche was nominated for a European Film Award for Best Actress for her role.
Binoche's next film, Bee Season , based on the celebrated novel by Myla Goldberg , cast her opposite Richard Gere. Mary featured Binoche in a somewhat unlikely collaboration with the controversial American director Abel Ferrara for an investigation of modern faith and Mary Magdalene 's position within the Catholic Church.
Despite these accolades and favorable reviews, particularly from the cultural magazine Les Inrockuptibles ,  Mary failed to secure a distributor in key markets such as the US and the UK.
The Cannes Film Festival in saw Binoche feature in the anthology film Paris, je t'aime appearing in a section directed by the Japanese director Nobuhiro Suwa.
Suwa's Place des Victoires is the story of a grief-stricken mother who manages to have a final brief moment with her dead son. The segment also features Willem Dafoe and Hippolyte Girardot.
Despite an impressive cast including John Turturro , Nick Nolte and up-and-coming French star Sara Forestier , the film was a failure.
A Few Days in September is a thriller set between 5 and 11 September , in which Binoche plays a French secret service agent, who may, or may not, have information relating to impending attacks on the U.
Next, Binoche traveled to the Toronto International Film Festival for the premiere of Breaking and Entering , her second film with Anthony Minghella in the director's chair, based on his first original screenplay since his breakthrough film Truly, Madly, Deeply In Breaking and Entering , Binoche played a Bosnian refugee living in London, while Jude Law co-starred as a well-to-do businessman drawn into her life via an act of deception.
In preparation for her role, Binoche traveled to Sarajevo where she met women who had survived the war of the s. Although Binoche began the decade on a professional high with an Academy Award nomination for Chocolat , she struggled at the beginning of the s to secure roles that did not confine her to the tragic, melancholic persona developed in the s.
When that idea failed to find sufficient funding, Hou developed it into a feature-length film and secured the necessary financing. Paying homage to Albert Lamorisse 's short The Red Balloon , Hou's film tells the story of a woman's efforts to juggle her responsibilities as a single mother with her commitment to her career as a voice artist.
Shot on location in Paris, the film was entirely improvised by the cast. Hoberman's "Top 10 List" for published in The Village Voice.
Disengagement by Amos Gitai premiered out-of-competition at the Venice Film Festival. She arrives in Gaza during the Israeli disengagement.
In stark contrast, Peter Hedges co-wrote and directed the Disney -produced Dan in Real Life , a romantic comedy featuring Binoche alongside Steve Carell.
It was released in October , becoming a popular commercial success in the US, before debuting around the world in The film also features Dane Cook , Emily Blunt and Dianne Wiest.
Also in France, Summer Hours , directed by Olivier Assayas , is the critically acclaimed story of three siblings who struggle with the responsibility of disposing of their late mother's valuable art collection.
The film premiered in France in March and had its U. Widely acclaimed, the film was nominated for the Prix Louis Delluc in France and appeared on numerous U.
Jones's list in the Chicago Reader. In the autumn of , Binoche starred in a theatrical dance production titled in-i , co-created with renowned choreographer Akram Khan.
The show, a love story told through dance and dialogue, featured stage design by Anish Kapoor and music by Philip Sheppard. It premiered at the National Theatre in London before embarking on a world tour.
The production was part of a 'Binoche Season' titled Ju'Bi'lations , also featuring a retrospective of her film work and an exhibition of her paintings, which were also published in a bilingual book Portraits in Eyes.
She also penned a few lines to each director. In April and again in December , Binoche traveled to Tehran at the invitation of Abbas Kiarostami.
Binoche's visit proved controversial when two Iranian MPs raised the matter in parliament, advising more caution be exercised in granting visas to foreign celebrities which might lead to "cultural destruction".
The film went on general release in France on 19 May to very positive reviews. She has nothing — absolutely nothing".
I understand you don't have to like everyone and you can dislike someone's work. But I don't understand the violence [of his statements] I do not understand why he is behaving like this.
It is his problem. Following the success of Certified Copy , Binoche appeared in a brief supporting role in The Son of No One for American writer and director Dito Montiel.
The film also stars Channing Tatum , Al Pacino and Ray Liotta. The Son of No One premiered at the Sundance Film Festival to fairly negative reaction.
Elles , produced under the working title Sponsoring ,   is an examination of teenage prostitution with Juliette Binoche playing a journalist for ELLE.
The film was released in France on 1 February Another Woman's Life is the story of Marie Binoche a young woman who meets and spends the night with Paul Kassovitz.
When she wakes up, she discovers that 15 years have passed. With no memory of these years she learns she has acquired an impressive career, a son and a marriage to Paul which seems headed for divorce.
The film met with generally mixed reviews in France. On 17 February , Screendaily announced that Binoche had been cast in David Cronenberg's film Cosmopolis with Robert Pattinson , Paul Giamatti , Mathieu Amalric , and Samantha Morton.
The film, produced by Paulo Branco, began principal photography on 24 May and was released in , following a competition slot at the Cannes Film Festival.
The film depicts the consequences of an unexpected pregnancy and alcoholism upon their relationship. Released at the Berlin International Film Festival , Bruno Dumont 's Camille Claudel is a drama recounting three days of the 30 years French artist Camille Claudel Binoche spent in a mental asylum though she had not been diagnosed with any malady.
The film examines Claudel's fight to maintain her sanity and find creative inspiration while awaiting a visit from her brother, the poet Paul Claudel.
The film received excellent reviews with Binoche in particular gaining excellent reviews for her performance. Following this, Binoche completed work on A Thousand Times Good Night for director Erik Poppe in which she plays a war photographer and the romantic drama Words and Pictures with Clive Owen from veteran director Fred Schepisi.
She co-starred in Gareth Edwards 's Godzilla , which was theatrically released in May August saw Binoche reunite with Olivier Assayas for Clouds of Sils Maria.
The film was written especially for Binoche and plot elements parallel her life. The film had its debut at Cannes