Isabelle Huppert loves BerlinaleThe 2018 Berelinale is well underway by now and is famous forwelcomning cinema's greatest from all around the world. Oscar nominee Isabelle Huppert for example was there with her latest movie 'Eva', and showing the movie at this festival was something really special for her.
One of the best known actresses from the European cinema, Isabelle Huppert, is currently promoting her fresh movie Eva (2018), at the Berlin film festival.
Huppert started making a name of herself in thelate 1970s, appearing in movies such as The Lacemaker (1977), The Indians Are Still Far Away (1977) and Les soeurs Bronte (1979).
She became a world-wide sensation, making an appearance in Michael Haneke's adaptation of Elfriede Jelinek's novel The Piano Teacher (2001).
For her excellent role in Elle (2016) she was nominated for the Academy Award, and she has won the Golden Globes award.
Huppert's newest movie Eva (2018) is about a playwright who encounters a mysterious woman when he takes shelter in a chalet during a violent snowstorm.
Directed by Benoit Jacquot, Eva (2018) is based on a novel by James Hadley Chase. It was written for the screen by Jacquot and Gilles Taurand.