16 January 1947|
|Died||10 January 1990
|Occupation||Actress, film director, screenwriter|
Juliet Berto (16 January 1947 – 10 January 1990) was a French actress, director and screenwriter.
A member of the same loose group of student radicals as Anne Wiazemsky, she first appeared in Jean-Luc Godard's Two or Three Things I Know About Her, and would go on to appear in many of Godard's subsequent films, including La Chinoise, Week End, Le Gai Savoir, and Vladimir et Rosa. She later became a muse for the French New Wave director Jacques Rivette, starring in Out 1 and Celine and Julie Go Boating.
In the 1980s she also became a screenwriter and film director. Her film Cap Canaille (1983) was entered into the 33rd Berlin International Film Festival. In 1987, she was a member of the jury at the 37th Berlin International Film Festival.
She died of cancer at age 42.
- 2 or 3 Things I Know About Her (1967)
- La Chinoise (1967)
- Weekend (1967)
- Le Gai savoir (1968)
- Slogan (1969)
- La Cavale (1971)
- Out 1 (1971)
- The Middle of the World (1974)
- Celine and Julie Go Boating (1974)
- Mr. Klein (1976)
- The Moving Picture Man (1977)
- L'Argent des Autres (1978)
- Neige (1981)
- Cap Canaille (1983)
- Family Life (1985)
- Juliet Berto at the Internet Movie Database
- Juliet Berto's Cinématon - A 4 minutes online portrait of the actress by Gérard Courant
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