Juliette Binoche is the guest of Cultural Affairs

Juliette Binoche has played nearly 80 different roles since her debut on the big screen in 1983, in “Liberty Belle”, by Pascal Kané. She quickly obtained small roles in Jean-Luc Godard, “I salute you Marie”, and Jacques Doillon, “La Vie de famille” in 1985, and was revealed in “Rendez-vous” by André Téchiné the same year. Since then, she has played in big entertaining productions (“Godzilla”, “Ghost in the Shell”) as well as in first films or even committed projects, in particular on the fate of refugees (“By effraction”), the Israeli conflict -Palestinian (“Disengagement”) or precarious work in “Ouistreham”, according to the story of journalist Florence Aubenas. She also passes in front of the camera of directors as diverse and recognized as Krzysztof Kieślowski (“Three Colors: Blue” in 1974), Michael Haneke (“The English Patient” in 1997, “Unknown Codes” in 2000, “Hidden” in 2005) , John Boorman (“In my country” in 2004), Bruno Dumont (“Camille Claudel 1915” in 2013 then “Ma Loute” in 2019), Hou Hsiao-Hsien (“Le Voyage du ballon rouge”, 2008), Olivier Assayas (“L’Heure d’été” in 2008, “Sils Maria” in 2014 and “Doubles vies” in 2019) or even Claire Denis (“A beautiful inner sun” in 2017, “High Life” in 2018 and “Avec Amour and relentlessness” in 2021). In 2019, Juliette Binoche opposite Catherine Deneuve in “The Truth”, the new film by Kore-eda, a Japanese filmmaker who won the Palme d’Or at Cannes in 2018 with “A Family Affair”.

Also an actress on stage, Juliette Binoche performed “Pirandello” in London in 1997 and “Pinter” in New York in 2001. In 2008, she signed and danced “In-I” with Akram Khan. In 2011, she played in “Mademoiselle Julie”, by August Strindberg, directed by Frédéric Fisbach, presented at the Festival d’Avignon then revived at the Odéon theater.

Recently, she has been filming with Marie-Monique Robin a documentary adapted from her book “La Fabrique des Pandemics” (2022) which questions scientists on the relationship between biodiversity and the emergence of pandemics.

While starring in Christophe Honoré’s new film, Juliette Binoche returns with us on an extraordinary journey, which began almost forty years ago. She, who has received interpretation awards at the Cannes, Venice and Berlin Festivals, but also a César, a BAFTA (British Academy of Film and Television Arts) and an Oscar, lifts the veil on her working methods.

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Its news:

Film : Juliette Binoche is showing the new film by Christophe Honoré, “Le Lycéen” in theaters today, November 30, 2022.

Synopsis : Lucas is 17 years old when suddenly his adolescence is shattered. With the help of his brother, who has moved to Paris, and his mother, with whom he now lives alone, he will have to struggle to learn to hope and love again.

Sounds played during the show:

– The actress Dominique Raymond in “Cultural Affairs” on 02/14/2022

– The author, director and director Christophe Honore in “Cultural Affairs” on 11/15/2022

– Director Bruno Dumont in “Cultural Affairs” on 08/30/2021

– Playwright and Writer Archive Eugene Ionescoat the microphone of Jacques Chancel, on France Inter, on 06/07/1973

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Juliette Binoche is the guest of Cultural Affairs