The British film and toneelactrice Charlotte Rampling will be on the upcoming Berlin film festival, a Golden Erebeer for her work. With more than a hundred films and television productions, the 72-year-old actress for “unconventional and exciting cinema”, said Dieter Kosslick, manager of the Berlinale. Rampling will receive the award on February 14. The 69th film festival in Berlin runs from 7 to 17 February.
Rampling was the 2006 president of the jury at the Berlinale. In 2015, she won the Silver Bear for Best Actress for her performance in “45 Years” by Andrew Haigh.
Rampling grew up in England and France. Since the middle of the 70s, she lives in the south. In the years 2000 she became the muse of the French director François Ozon. She was with him for four films: “Sous le Sable” (2000), “Swimming Pool” (2003), “Angel” (2007) and “Jeune et Jolie” (2013).
The Berlinale will Rampling honor with the display of a series of her most important films, such as “The Damned” by Luchino Visconti, “The Night Porter” by Liliana Cavani, “Sous le Sable” and “Swimming Pool” by François Ozon, and “Stardust Memories” by Woody Allen.