Juliette Binoche to head Berlin film festival jury
BERLIN - AFP
"The festival shares a strong connection with her, and I'm very happy that she'll be returning to the festival in this distinguished position."
Binoche, who made her cinematic debut in 1983 in "Liberty Belle" by Pascal Kane, has since appeared in more than 70 films.
Prolific in both European and US productions, she took home an Academy Award for her role in "The English Patient" in 1996.
Her most recent film screened at the Berlinale was "Nadie Quiere la Noche" (Endless Night) by Isabel Coixet.
The next edition of the Berlinale is to run from Feb 7 to 17, 2019.