Isabelle Huppert was born in Paris. Her acting debut took place during her studies at the Sorbonne. The debut was successful, and the future actress continued her studies at the Academy of Dramatic Arts.
Since the beginning of her acting career, the actress has starred in more than 100 films, including “Madame Bovary” (Claude Chabrol), “8 Women” (Francoiz Ozon), “The Pianist” (Michael Haneke), “Time of the Wolf” (Michael Haneke), “Elle” (Paul Verhoeven).
Isabelle Huppert has received such awards as a BAFTA (1978), a Golden Globe (2017), two Cezar awards (1996, 2017), the Silver Bear of Berlinale (2002), three Cannes Film Festival awards (1978, 2001, 2017), and this year the actress was nominated for an Oscar for her lead performance in “Elle”. The total number of the actress’s awards and nominations reaches about 150.
At the Odesa Film Festival, the actress will receive a Golden Duke for her contribution to cinema, and will also take part in a press briefing dedicated to the closing of the festival.