Julie Delpy
Back in theaters almost 30 years since it first debuted, Krzysztof Kieślowski's "Three Colors" trilogy finds a mystical hope in desolate times.
“I often think about it,” Delpy said of leaving the industry, although she's sticking around for now.
Jesse and Celine go virtual in "Before the End," a fan edit now streaming on Vimeo.
Julie Delpy revealed this week she did not receive equal pay on the "Before" trilogy until the third installment, "Before Midnight."
Delpy tells Variety she did not receive equal pay on the "Before..." movies until the third one.
For her seventh feature, the filmmaker and actress unspools a divorce drama, a medical mystery, and a contemporary morality play all in one ambitious package.
TIFF: As she readies to debut her seventh film, the filmmaker and actress tells IndieWire about the crazy path to "My Zoe," finding her voice, and what might come next.
Ruben Östlund’s's drama swept the EFA, which often presages the Foreign-Language Oscar.
It sounds like we might not have seen the last of Jesse and Celine on the big screen after all.
If you've never seen the trilogy, now's a perfect time to start. Here are some reasons why it's worth the watch.
"Gone Baby Gone," "Night of the Hunter" and more.
'Lolo' Star and Filmmaker Julie Delpy Explains Why Filmmaking Forces Her to Be a Better Actress
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