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List of Isabelle Huppert performances

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Isabelle Huppert is a French actress who has appeared in more than 120 feature films, mostly in starring roles.[1] Regarded as one of the most respected actresses in French cinema,[2] she has appeared in films directed by Claude Chabrol, Jean-Luc Godard and Michael Haneke.[3] She has also starred in numerous stage productions, in Paris and around the world.

Her first big break came in Bertrand Blier's Les Valseuses (1974), which was a success in France.[4] Huppert's first English-language film was Rosebud (1975), directed by Otto Preminger and starring Peter O'Toole.

As of 2017, she has appeared in 20 films that have been screened In Competition at the Cannes Film Festival.[5] At Cannes she has won the Best Actress Award twice, for her roles in Violette Nozière (1978) and The Piano Teacher (2001).[5] She has also won a BAFTA Award for Most Promising Newcomer for The Lacemaker (1977),[6] and two Volpi Cups at Venice for Story of Women (1988) and La Cérémonie (1995).[7] She has been nominated for 16 César Awards, twice winning the Best Actress award, for La Cérémonie and for Elle.[8] Huppert won the Golden Globe Award and received a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actress for her work in Paul Verhoeven's Elle (2016).

Films

Key
Denotes films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Title Year Role(s) Director Notes Ref(s)
Faustine et le Bel Été 1972 Student #2 Nina Companeez (Out of Competition – 1972 Cannes Film Festival) [9][10]
The Bar at the Crossing 1972 Annie Smith Alain Levent (In Competition – 1972 Berlin Film Festival) [11]
César and Rosalie 1972 Marite Claude Sautet [12]
Successive Slidings of Pleasure 1974 Bit Alain Robbe-Grillet [13]
Going Places 1974 Jacqueline Bertrand Blier [14]
L'Ampélopède 1974 The storyteller Rachel Weinberg [15]
Serious as Pleasure 1975 A girl brought home Robert Benayoun
The Common Man 1975 Brigitte Colin Yves Boisset (In Competition – 1975 Berlin Film Festival)
Rosebud 1975 Helene Nikolaos Otto Preminger
Aloïse 1975 Aloïse as a child Liliane de Kermadec (In Competition – 1975 Cannes Film Festival)
The Big Delirium 1975 Marie Dennis Berry
Docteur Françoise Gailland 1976 Élisabeth Gailland Jean-Louis Bertucelli
The Judge and the Assassin 1976 Rose Bertrand Tavernier
I Am Pierre Riviere 1976 Aimée Christine Lipinska
Little Marcel 1976 Yvette Jacques Fansten
The Lacemaker 1977 Pomme Claude Goretta (In Competition – 1977 Cannes Film Festival)
Spoiled Children 1977 The secretary of the deputy Bertrand Tavernier Uncredited
The Indians Are Still Far Away 1977 Jenny Patricia Moraz [fr]
Violette Nozière 1978 Violette Nozière Claude Chabrol (In Competition – 1978 Cannes Film Festival)
Scénario de 'Sauve qui peut la vie 1979 Herself Jean-Luc Godard Short film
Return to the Beloved 1979 Jeanne Kern Jean-François Adam
The Brontë Sisters 1979 Anne Brontë André Téchiné (In Competition – 1979 Cannes Film Festival)
The Heiresses 1980 Irène Márta Mészáros (In Competition – 1980 Cannes Film Festival)
Loulou 1980 Nelly Maurice Pialat (In Competition – 1980 Cannes Film Festival)
Every Man for Himself 1980 Isabelle Rivière Jean-Luc Godard (In Competition – 1980 Cannes Film Festival)
Heaven's Gate 1981 Ella Watson Michael Cimino (In Competition – 1981 Cannes Film Festival)
The Lady of the Camellias 1981 Alphonsine Plessis Mauro Bolognini
The Wings of the Dove 1981 Marie Benoît Jacquot
Coup de Torchon 1981 Rose Mercaillou Bertrand Tavernier
Eaux profondes 1981 Melanie Michel Deville
Passion 1982 Isabelle Jean-Luc Godard (In Competition – 1982 Cannes Film Festival)
The Trout 1982 Frédérique Joseph Losey
The Story of Piera 1983 Piera Marco Ferreri (In Competition – 1983 Cannes Film Festival)
Entre Nous 1983 Lena Weber Diane Kurys Also known as Coup de foudre
My Best Friend's Girl 1983 Viviane Bertrand Blier
La Garce 1984 Aline Kaminker / Édith Weber Christine Pascal
Sincerely Charlotte 1985 Charlotte Caroline Huppert
All Mixed Up 1985 Rose-Marie Martin Josiane Balasko
Cactus 1986 Colo Paul Cox
Milan noir 1987 Sarah Ronald Chammah [fr]
The Bedroom Window 1987 Sylvia Wentworth Curtis Hanson
The Possessed 1988 Maria Sjatov Andrzej Wajda
Story of Women 1988 Marie Claude Chabrol (In Competition – 1988 Venice Film Festival)
Migrations 1989 Dafina Isakovic Aleksandar Petrović
A Woman's Revenge 1989 Cécile Jacques Doillon (In Competition – 1990 Berlin Film Festival)
Malina 1991 The Woman Werner Schroeter (In Competition – 1991 Cannes Film Festival)
Madame Bovary 1991 Emma Bovary Claude Chabrol
Love After Love 1992 Lola Diane Kurys
Amateur 1994 Isabelle Hal Hartley
The Flood 1994 Sofia Igor Minaiev [fr] Also associate producer
La Séparation 1994 Anne Christian Vincent
La Cérémonie 1995 Jeanne Claude Chabrol (In Competition – 1995 Venice Film Festival)
The Elective Affinities 1996 Carlotta Paolo and Vittorio Taviani (Out of Competition – 1996 Cannes Film Festival)
Les Palmes de M. Schutz 1997 Marie Curie Claude Pinoteau
The Swindle 1997 Elizabeth / Betty Claude Chabrol
The School of Flesh 1998 Dominique Benoît Jacquot (In Competition – 1998 Cannes Film Festival)
No Scandal 1999 Agnès Jeancourt Benoît Jacquot (In Competition – 1999 Venice Film Festival)
Modern Life 2000 Claire Laurence Ferreira Barbosa
False Servant 2000 La comtesse Benoît Jacquot
The King's Daughters 2000 Madame de Maintenon Patricia Mazuy (Un Certain Regard – 2000 Cannes Film Festival)
Sentimental Destinies 2000 Nathalie Barnery Olivier Assayas (In Competition – 2000 Cannes Film Festival)
Merci pour le Chocolat 2000 Marie-Claire 'Mika' Muller Claude Chabrol
Comedy of Innocence 2000 Ariane Raúl Ruiz (In Competition – 2000 Venice Film Festival)
The Piano Teacher 2001 Erika Kohut Michael Haneke (In Competition – 2001 Cannes Film Festival)
8 Women (8 femmes) 2002 Augustine François Ozon (In Competition – 2002 Berlin Film Festival)
Two 2002 Magdalena / Maria Werner Schroeter
La vie promise 2002 Sylvia Olivier Dahan
Time of the Wolf 2003 Anne Laurent Michael Haneke (Out of Competition – 2003 Cannes Film Festival)
Ma Mère 2004 Hélène Christophe Honoré
I Heart Huckabees 2004 Caterine Vauban David O. Russell
Les Sœurs fâchées 2004 Martine Demouthy Alexandra Leclère
Gabrielle 2005 Gabrielle Hervey Patrice Chéreau (In Competition – 2005 Venice Film Festival)
Comedy of Power 2006 Jeanne Charmant-Killman Claude Chabrol (In Competition – 2006 Berlin Film Festival)
Private Property 2006 Pascale Joachim Lafosse (In Competition – 2006 Venice Film Festival)
Hidden Love 2007 Danielle Alessandro Capone
Medea Miracle 2007 Irène / Médée Tonino De Bernardi [it]
Home 2008 Marthe Ursula Meier
The Sea Wall 2008 Mother Rithy Panh
Villa Amalia 2009 Ann Benoît Jacquot
White Material 2009 Maria Vial Claire Denis (In Competition – 2009 Venice Film Festival)
Copacabana 2010 Elisabeth Delmotte, known as Babou Marc Fitoussi
Sans queue ni tête [fr] 2010 Alice Bergerac Jeanne Labrune
Fantastic Mr. Fox 2010 Mrs. Felicity Fox (voice) Wes Anderson French dubbed version
Die Blutgräfin 2011 Maid Hermine Ulrike Ottinger
My Little Princess 2011 Hanna Giurgiu Eva Ionesco
My Worst Nightmare 2011 Agathe Novic Anne Fontaine
Dubaï Flamingo [fr] 2012 The goat (voice) Delphine Kreuter [fr] Uncredited
Captive 2012 Thérèse Bourgoine Brillante Mendoza (In Competition – 2012 Berlin Film Festival)
Amour 2012 Eva Michael Haneke (In Competition – 2012 Cannes Film Festival)
In Another Country 2012 Anne Hong Sang-soo (In Competition – 2012 Cannes Film Festival)
Lines of Wellington 2012 Cosima Pia Valeria Sarmiento (In Competition – 2012 Venice Film Festival)
Dormant Beauty 2012 Divina Madre Marco Bellocchio (In Competition – 2012 Venice Film Festival)
The Nun 2013 Supérieure Saint Eutrope Guillaume Nicloux (In Competition – 2013 Berlin Film Festival)
Michael H – Profession: Director 2013 Herself Yves Montmayeur Documentary
Dead Man Down 2013 Maman Louzon Niels Arden Oplev
Tip Top 2013 Esther Lafarge Serge Bozon (Directors' Fortnight – 2013 Cannes Film Festival)
Abuse of Weakness 2013 Maud Schoenberg Catherine Breillat
The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby 2013 Mary Rigby Ned Benson (Un Certain Regard – 2014 Cannes Film Festival)
Paris Follies 2014 Brigitte Lecanu Marc Fitoussi
Dior and I 2014 Herself Frédéric Tcheng Documentary
Louder Than Bombs 2015 Isabelle Reed Joachim Trier (In Competition – 2015 Cannes Film Festival)
Valley of Love 2015 Isabelle Guillaume Nicloux (In Competition – 2015 Cannes Film Festival)
Macadam Stories 2015 Jeanne Meyer Samuel Benchetrit (Special Screening – 2015 Cannes Film Festival)
Things to Come 2016 Nathalie Chazeaux Mia Hansen-Løve (In Competition – 2016 Berlin Film Festival)
Elle 2016 Michèle Leblanc Paul Verhoeven (In Competition – 2016 Cannes Film Festival)
Tout de suite maintenant 2016 Solveig Pascal Bonitzer
Close Encounters with Vilmos Zsigmond 2016 Herself Pierre Filmon (Cannes Classics – 2016 Cannes Film Festival)
Documentary
Souvenir 2016 Liliane Cheverny, known as Laura Bavo Defurne [fr]
What Tears Us Apart 2016 Isabelle Hu Wei Short film
Barrage 2017 Elisabeth Laura Schroeder (Forum – 2017 Berlin Film Festival) [16]
Happy End 2017 Anne Laurent Michael Haneke (In Competition – 2017 Cannes Film Festival) [17]
Claire's Camera 2017 Claire Hong Sang-soo (Special Screening – 2017 Cannes Film Festival) [18]
Madame Hyde 2017 Marie Géquil / Madame Hyde Serge Bozon [19]
Reinventing Marvin 2017 Isabelle Huppert Anne Fontaine (Horizons – 2017 Venice Film Festival) [20]
Isle of Dogs 2018 Interpreter Woman (voice) Wes Anderson (In Competition – 2018 Berlin Film Festival)
French dubbed version
[21]
Eva 2018 Eva Benoît Jacquot (In Competition – 2018 Berlin Film Festival) [22]
Greta 2018 Greta Neil Jordan [23]
Une jeunesse dorée Denotes films that have not yet been released 2019 Lucile Eva Ionesco Post-production [24]
Blanche-Neige Denotes films that have not yet been released 2019 Maud Anne Fontaine Post-production [25]
Frankie Denotes films that have not yet been released 2019 Frankie Ira Sachs Post-production [26]
La Daronne Denotes films that have not yet been released TBA Patience Portefeux Jean-Paul Salomé Filming [27]

Television

Title Year Role(s) Director Notes Ref(s)
Le Prussien 1971 Elisabeth Jean L'Hôte TV film
Les Cent Livres des Hommes [fr] 1971 Gilberte Episode: "Du côté des chez Swann"
Figaro-ci, Figaro-là 1972 Pauline Hervé Bromberger TV film
Histoire vraie 1973 Adelaïde Claude Santelli TV film
Le Maître de pension 1973 Annie Marcel Moussy TV film
Le Drakkar 1973 Yolande Jacques Pierre TV film
Vogue la galère 1973 Clotilde Raymond Rouleau TV film
Madame Baptiste 1974 Blanche Claude Santelli TV film
Plaies et bosses 1974 Patsy Lackan Yves-André Hubert TV film
No Trifling with Love 1977 Camille Caroline Huppert TV film
Un siècle d'écrivains 1995 Narrator Jacques Doillon Episode: "Nathalie Sarraute"
Gulliver's Travels 1996 Houyhnhnm Mistress (voice) Charles Sturridge Episode #1.2
Médée 2001 Médée Don Kent TV film
Isabelle Huppert, une vie pour jouer 2001 Herself Serge Toubiana [fr] Documentary
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 2010 Sophie Gerard Peter Leto Episode: "Shattered"
False Confessions 2016 Araminte Luc Bondy TV film; released in U.S. theatres in July 2017 [28]
I Love Isabelle Huppert 2017 Herself Jean-Marie Nizan and Stéphane Bergouhnioux Documentary [29]
Call My Agent! 2018 Herself Marc Fitoussi Episode: "Isabelle" [30]
The Romanoffs 2018 Jacqueline Matthew Weiner Episode: "House of Special Purpose" [31]

Stage

Year(s) Play Role Venue(s) Ref.
1971–72 Les Précieuses ridicules Lucile Comédie-Française, Paris [32]
1972 A Hunger Artist Caged panther National Theatre Daniel Sorano, Paris / Shiraz Arts Festival [33]
1973 The True Story of Jack the Ripper (La Véritable Histoire de Jack l'éventreur) Café-théâtre Le Sélénite, Paris [34]
1973 The Miser Marianne Tour across universities in 25 American states [35]
1973 Will There Be Another Summer? (Viendra-t-il un autre été ?) Murielle Odéon-Théâtre de l'Europe, Paris [36]
1974 For Whom the Bell Tolls Maria Comédie de Reims [37]
1975 Travel Around My Pot (Voyage autour de ma marmite) Théâtre Essaïon, Paris [33]
1977 No Trifling with Love (On ne badine pas avec l'amour) Camille Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord, Paris [38]
1989 A Month in the Country Natalia Petrovna Théâtre Édouard VII, Paris [39]
1991 Measure for Measure Isabella Odéon-Théâtre de l'Europe / Théâtre National Populaire, Paris / Opéra-Théâtre de Clermont-Ferrand / Maison de la Culture, Chambéry / Théâtre de Nîmes / Maison de la Culture, Le Havre [40]
1992 Jeanne d'Arc au bûcher Joan of Arc Opéra Bastille, Paris [41]
1993–95 Orlando Orlando Théatre Vidy, Lausanne / Odéon-Théâtre de l'Europe, Paris [42]
1996 Mary Stuart Mary, Queen of Scots National Theatre, London [43]
2000–01 Medea Medea Festival d'Avignon, / Odéon-Théâtre de l'Europe, Paris / La Rochelle / Toulouse [44]
2002–03 4.48 Psychosis She Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord, Paris / Tour around Caen, Geneva, Lorient, Lisbon, Villeurbanne, Rennes, and São Paulo [45]
2003 Jeanne d'Arc au bûcher Joan of Arc Teatro Nacional de São Carlos, Lisbon [46]
2005 Hedda Gabler Hedda Gabler Odéon-Théâtre de l'Europe, Paris / Tour around Caen, Geneva, Barcelona, Hérouville-Saint-Clair, and Festival de la Rhur [47]
2005 4.48 Psychosis She Théâtre des 13 vents, Paris / UCLA Arts, Los Angeles / Brooklyn Academy of Music / Montreal / Berlin / Milan [48]
2006–07 Quartett Madame de Merteuil Odéon-Théâtre de l'Europe, Paris / Piccolo Teatro, Milan / Berliner Festspiele / Théâtre du Gymnase, Marseille / Comédie de Genève [49]
2008 God of Carnage Véronique Houillé Théâtre Antoine-Simone Berriau, Paris [50]
2009 Quartett Madame de Merteuill São Paulo / Porto Alegre / Brooklyn Academy of Music [51]
2010–12 A Streetcar Named Desire Blanche DuBois Odéon-Théâtre de l'Europe, Paris / Berliner Festspiele / Maison de la culture de Grenoble / Grand Théâtre de Luxembourg / Polish Theatre in Warsaw / Athens / Genève / Amsterdam / The Hague / Adelaide Festival [52]
2013–14 The Maids Solange Sydney Theatre Company, Sydney / New York City Center [53]
2014–15 Les Fausses Confidences Araminte Odéon-Théâtre de l'Europe, Paris / Tour throughout France [54]
2016 Phèdre(s) Phèdre Odéon-Théâtre de l'Europe, Paris / Comédie de Clermont-Ferrand / Barbican, London / Brooklyn Academy of Music / Théâtre de Liège / Onassis Cultural Center, Athens [55]
2019 The Mother Mother Atlantic Theater Company, New York City [56]
2019 Mary said What She said Mary Théâtre de la Ville, Paris [57]

Public readings

Date(s) Title Author(s) Venue(s) Ref.
20 January 2006 Selected text Maurice Blanchot and Françoise Sagan Cinémathèque Française [58]
18 October 2010 Just Kids Patti Smith Odéon-Théâtre de l'Europe [59]
26 November 2012 Une tribu, voilà ce que je suis, Je suis une erreur, Another sleepy dusty delta day[a] Jan Fabre Théâtre de Gennevilliers [60]
2015–18 Juliette et Justine, le vice et la vertu Marquis de Sade Festival d'Avignon / Théâtre des Capucins / Printemps des comédiens / Ancient Theatre of Fourvière / Queen Elizabeth Hall [61][62]
2017–18 The Lover Marguerite Duras Shanghai Culture Square / Guangzhou Opera House / Beijing Tianqiao Performing Arts Center / Teatro di San Carlo / Thalia Hall [63][64][65][66][67]

Discography

Albums

Tracks

Audiobooks

See also

Notes

  1. ^ From Jan Fabre 4 solos

References

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