Ingeborga Dapkunaite acts for cinema, television and theatre. She began her film career in 1986 with the film Night Whispers. Since then she has participated in many films such as Katia Ismailova by Petr Todorovski (1993), Burnt By The Sun by Nikita Mikhalkov (1994), Mission: Impossible by Brian de Palma (1996), Seven Years In Tibet by Jean-Jacques Anaud (1997), Lady Behave by John Malkovich and Moscow by Alexander Zeldovich (1999). She has acted in theatre in, amongst others, Richard II and Antigone directed by Jonas Vaitkus and The Seagull directed by Eimuntas Nekrosius. She can currently be seen in Emily Young's first film, Kiss of Life presented in Un Certain Regard.
Films presented at Cannes
Cinéfondation & Short Films