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BAFTA-winning French actor Isabelle Huppert is set to head to Italy as she will preside over the main jury of the upcoming edition of the Venice Film Festival.
The actor has a long-standing rapport with the festival as she has won Venice’s Coppa Volpi for Best Actress twice, first with Story of Women in 1988, and subsequently with La Ceremonie in 1995, both directed by Claude Chabrol.

The actor has made eight films with Chabrol, and also has a close bond with the Cannes Film Festival where in 1978, she won the Best Actress statuette for Chabrol’s Violette.

Venice Film Festival is the oldest film festival in the world and is included in the ‘big three’ European film galas and ‘big five’ film festivals across the world.
In 2005, she was honoured by Venice with a Special Golden Lion for her titular role in Gabrielle, Patrice Chereau’s costume drama about an imploded marriage.

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