The Times BFI 53rd London Film Festival: Julianne Moore Talk


Posted by Craig Grobler on Google+ On Monday, September 14, 2009

One of the most daring and talented actors of her generation comes to the BFI to discuss her diverse slate of work.



When she first appeared in feature films, Julianne Moore garnered much attention for her talent and her presence on screen, with roles in films such as Short Cuts (LFF 1993) and [Safe] (LFF 1995). A number of Oscar nominations and a slew of other awards followed, for her roles in Boogie Nights (LFF 1997), The End of the Affair, Far from Heaven (LFF 2002) and The Hours. By cleverly positioning her career across both the mainstream studio system and independent film, Moore has been able to use her status at the box office to help independent directors find funding for projects that otherwise may not have been made. Although she always brings individuality and originality to the diverse range of roles that she chooses, Moore has a rare skill of being able to play characters in a natural and believable way that audiences often relate to, whilst at the same time highlighting the complexities of a character (few other actors could play a porn-star cokehead with such tenderness and sensitivity). The range and diversity in her talent are especially evident in her portrayal of a wife and mother in Atom Agoyan's Chloe and almost the antithesis of that in Tom Ford's A Single Man. Timothy Smith









Where
BFI NFT1

When
18:30 Fri 23 October

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