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Catherine Deneuve Receives Lifetime Honor at Venice Film Festival - The Hollywood Reporter

Catherine Deneuve Receives Lifetime Honor at Venice Film Festival – The Hollywood Reporter

The legend of French cinema Catherine Deneuve She was all smiles as she sneaked into the Venice press conference room international Film Festival on Wednesday.

Deneuve is being honored in Venice this year with the festival’s Golden Lion award for his lifetime achievement.

Named this year’s honor, Venice artistic director Alberto Barbera has directed a long list of creators acclaimed by Deneuve and inspired by directors Roger Vadim, Jacques Demme, Luis Buñuel, François Truffaut and Roman Polanski to actors such as Marcello Mastroianni and. Gerard Depardieu. She is also one of the rare performers to receive an Oscar nomination for a non-English performance, receiving Best Actress in 1993 for the film Regis Wargnier. Indochinese.

“It’s always very hard to stop and look back at things as if you’ve made decisions as if you’re thinking about the future, but it never is,” Deneuve said. “There is a lot of luck, good decisions, and sometimes bad decisions. After so many years, you have a list to look at, and you hope you have chosen it most of the time.”

Choose Deneuve Demi Cherbourg Umbrellas (1964), as well as her work with Truffaut and André Téchiné as the most significant of her career.

Not that the 78-year-old actress has any plans to quit. She has two new projects on the go, with Léa Domenach no tortue Offline shooting and English feature funny birdsdirected by Marco La Villa and Hanna Ladol, is scheduled to go into production later this year.

Referring to her age, Deneuve said that she felt “it’s so much better to be in Europe than in America if I’m an actress and grow up…Things have changed a lot.” [around ageism in the film business]But I still think things are better in Europe for that.”

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Deneuve is a regular rifle. her great movie, Bill de Gor From director Buñuel, she won the Golden Lion at Venice in 1967, and Deneuve won Coppa Volpi for Best Actress at the festival in 1998 for her performance in Nicole Garcia. Place Vendome.

Deneuve will receive the honor of her life at the opening ceremony Wednesday night.