The Italian-Tunisian actress Claudia Cardinale, the guests of honour of the first edition of the Brussels International Film Festival (BRIFF), from 20 to 30 June. The nearly 80-year-old filmicoon lives in the capital city of the present and the retrospective which will be dedicated.
Claudia Cardinale, born in Tunis of Sicilian origin, was discovered by the French you stay and rest Abel Elegance and made his debut in 1958 in the movie ‘Goha’. In the year 1963, her career really started thanks to the movie ‘Otto e Mezzo’ of Federico Fellini, in which she was the ideal woman embodies in the imagination of the in a sanatorium resident Marcello Mastroianni. Then followed roles in ‘Il Gattopardo’ (The Leopard) by Luchino Visconti, “Once Upon a Time in the West’ by Sergio Leone, ‘The Pink Panther of Blake Edwards and the epic ‘Fitzcarraldo’ by Werner Herzog.
Last year, adorned them with an old photo on the campaign of the seventieth edition of the Cannes film festival.
In 2000 she became because of her fame, named a UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador, which she took on the task of empowering women to promote.
The new film will do different locations (Bozar, Flagey, UGC De Brouckère, Palace, Galleries, etc.) and come up with three competitions (national, international and European). There are also openluchtvertoningen equipped with a special hatch for young people, workshops, master classes, a film market and a forum for European co-production.
Somewhere in mid-may will be the programme at a press conference to be communicated.