Delpy, Julie (Julie Delpy)( Actress)
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Biography Delpy, Julie (Julie Delpy)
Julie was born in Paris in a family of actors, and it seems simply had no choice but to follow in the footsteps of parents. Even in the age of 14 she was spotted by the great Godard, who directed her in the movie "Detective". After a successful debut and a trip to New York for her acting class were invited to his belt the most famous European directors, whose names sounded some music for the gifted young girl: Carax, Tavernier, Saura, SchlцTndorff. Career Delpy walked quickly up the hill. She pointed at the festivals, trying to get to Hollywood (which the actress has always resisted, preferring to take a provocative "festival" films), offered more roles. It's a shame that the majority of our visitors, Julie is known only for films of Krzysztof Keshlevskogo "Three Colors: White and Roger Eyvori" Killing Zoe ". She played it in them fine, but other works of this talented actress miss kinolyubu should not.
. In the early nineties perezzhaet Delpy in Manhattan, who has cared for her from a young age, and uploads the directing course at New York University
. In 1995. the festival in Sundance was her debut as a playwright and director (short film "La-la-la"), and since then she has regularly combines the work of actresses with the director and Scripting. In addition, Delpy draws, sings, dances, enjoys cooking, chess and mathematics (!). If we add everything, and its custom, fragile beauty, then right, Julie simply deserves the epithet of the ideal woman.
Detective - Detective (1985). Directed. Jean-Luc Godard.
Bad blood - Mauvais sang (1986). Directed. Leo Carax.
Passion Beatrice - Passion Beatrice, La (1987). Directed. Bertrand Tavernier.
King Lear - King Lear (1987). Directed. Jean-Luc Godard.
Another night - Autre nuit, L '(1988). Directed. Jean-Pierre Limozen.
Dark Night - Noche oscura, La (1989). Directed. Carlos Saura.
Europa, Europa - Europa Europa (1990). Directed. Agnieszka Holland.
Traveler - Voyager, The (1991). Directed. Volker SchlцTndorff.
Warsaw - Warszawa (1992). Directed. Janusz Kiyovsky.
The Three Musketeers - Three Musketeers, The (1993). Directed. Stephen Gierek.
Younger and younger - Younger and Younger (1993). Directed. Percy Adlon.
Three Colors: White - Trzy kolory: Bialy (1994). Directed. Krzysztof Keshlevski.
On the sunny side - Sunny Side Up (1994). Directed. Bettina Speer.
Killing Zoe - Killing Zoe (1994). Directed. Roger Eyvori.
La-la-la - Blah Blah Blah (1995). Directed. Julie Delpy.
Before dawn - Before Sunrise (1995). Directed. Richard Linklater.
An American Werewolf in Paris - An American Werewolf in Paris (1997). Directed. Anthony Waller.
In Los Angeles without a map - L. A. Without a Map (1998). Directed. Mika Kaurismaki.
The food - Treat, The (1998). Directed. Jonathan Gems.
Crime and Punishment - Crime and Punishment (1998). Directed. Joseph Sargent.
Looking for Jimmy - Looking for Jimmy (1998). Directed. Julie Delpy.
Ayn Rand's passion - Passion of Ayn Rand, The (1999). Directed. Christopher Menol.
But I'm the leader of a support group - But I'm a Cheerleader (1999). Directed. Jamie Babb.
Sand - Sand (2000). Directed. Matt Pelmieri.
Tell me - Tell Me (2000). Directed. Julie Delpy.
MacArthur Park - MacArthur Park (2001). Directed. Billy Wirth.
For beginners luck - Beginner's Luck (2001). Directed. James Collis, Nick Cohen.
Investigating Sex - Investigating Sex (2001). Directed. Alan Rudolph.
Villa in roses - Villa des roses (2002). Directed. Frank Van Passel.
Kinomagiya - Cinemagique (2002). Directed. Jerry Reese.