Isabelle Huppert to be honored at Stockholm Fest
Sunday 18 September 2011
At the 22nd Stockholm International Film Festival, November 2-20, French actress Isabelle Huppert will receive the event's Bronze Horse, awarded for Lifetime Achievement.
The Award will be presented to Huppert as one of "the most diverse and intrepid film personalities." She will also participate in the Face2Face Q&A session.
The actress has been the recipient of several awards including at Cannes for her films which include The Piano Teacher, Violette, La Cérémonie, and upcoming film Story of Women.
The complete program of approximately 200 films program will be announced October 19.
After the big film fests of the season at Toronto and New York, other film festivals this fall include the Busan Film Festival in South Korea, October 6-14 and the 42nd Chicago International Film Festival, October 6-20, and Denver, Dubai, Vancouver in Canada, and AFI Fest.
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