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Ethan Hawke was born in Austin, Texas in 1970. After making his breakthrough appearance in ‘Dead Poets Society’ in 1989, he went on to star in ‘Reality Bites’ (1994). He has frequently collaborated with American director Richard Linklater in ‘Before Sunrise’ (1995) and its subsequent sequels ‘Before Sunset’ (2004) and ‘Before Midnight’ (2013). For the latter two films he received Oscar nominations for co-writing the screenplays.
She is the daughter of an opera singer and successful businessman. Her career began in Mexican television and film, but Hollywood took no time in enticing her across the border. Her breakthrough came with appearances in a number of films by fellow Mexican Roberto Rodriguez. They include 'Roadracers' (1994), 'Desperado' (1995), 'Four Rooms' (1995), 'From Dusk Till Dawn' (1996), 'Spy Kids 3D: Game Over' and 'Once Upon a Time in Mexico' (both 2003). She dazzled in '54' (1998), is fun in 'The Faculty' (1998), perhaps should have avoided 'Wild Wild West' (1999) and is game in Mike Figgis’ split-screen cinematic experiment 'Timecode' (2000). She is a welcome recurring character in both 'Ugly Betty' (2006-7) and '30 Rock' (2009-13) but is at her best playing the iconic Mexican artist in 'Frida' (2002) and a Queen in 'Tale of Tales' (2015), whose desire to have a child leads to a pact with dark forces that change her destiny.
Tom Hiddleston, born in 1981 in London, is a Cambridge graduate best known for his villainous roles in blockbusters such as 'Thor' (2011) and 'The Avengers' (2012). He is also renowned for his theatre work in Donmar Warehouse productions, and has been in a creative partnership with British director Joanna Hogg, starring in all of her feature films to date: 'Unrelated' (2007), 'Archipelago' (2010) and 'Exhibition' (2014).
Philip Seymour Hoffman (1967-2014) was an American actor and director, known for 'Capote' (2005) for which he won the Oscar for Best Actor. After his breakthrough role in 'Boogie Nights' (1997), he quickly became an icon of independent cinema and established his reputation as one of America's finest actors, bringing depth and humanity to each of his versatile performances. 'Jack Goes Boating' (2010) was Hoffman's directorial debut.
One of the most famous and respected French actresses of her generation, Isabelle Huppert was born in Paris, France in 1953. She has appeared in more than 100 television productions since 1971, and has been directed by filmmakers such as Jean-Luc Godard, Claude Chabrol and Michael Haneke. She has won two Best Actress Awards in Cannes, and a Most Promising Newcomer BAFTA for her role in Claude Goretta's 'The Lacemaker' (1977).