Actress, Actress GERMANY

Barbara SUKOWA

Barbara SUKOWA
Biography

Actress (Germany)
Barbara Sukowa has enjoyed a distinguished career on the stage in Europe, but is best known in the United States for her powerful performances in latter-day masterpieces of the New German Cinema. She played the victimized Mieze in Rainer Werner Fassbinder's Berlin Alexanderplatz (1980), for which she won the German Best Young Actress Award and she received the German film Award in Gold for her performance in the role in Fassbinder's Lola (1981).
Equally memorable were her portrayals of fiercely independant radicals in two films directed by Margarethe von Trotta, Marianne and Julianne which earned her the Golden Phoenix at the Venice Film Festival and Rosa Luxemburg, for which she won the award of the Best Actress at the Cannes Film Festival (1986).
Other credits include Lars von Trier's Zentropa, David Cronenberg's M. Butterfly, Michael Cimino's The Sicilian, Volker Schloendorff's Voyager, Agnieszka Holland's The Third Miracle and tim Robbins' Cradle Will Rock.
She starred in the Arts & Entertainment movie, The Lady in Question, directed by Joyce Chopra and appears in Urbania directed by Jon Shear (2000).
Apart from her career as an actress, B. Sukowa is an internationally renowned concert artist. She has been critically acclaimed as a leading interpreter of Schoenberg's Pierrot Lunaire, which she has performed in Europe and United States.

Films presented at Cannes

Awards

ROSA LUXEMBURG
ROSA LUXEMBURG 1986 Award for Best Actress ((tied)) Actor
Jury members
Member - Feature films - 2000
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Directors

Clint EASTWOOD

Clint EASTWOOD

Director, Actor
Emilio FERNANDEZ

Emilio FERNANDEZ

Script Writer, Director
François TRUFFAUT

François TRUFFAUT

Director, Script Writer
Jean-Luc GODARD

Jean-Luc GODARD

Director
Laurent CANTET

Laurent CANTET

Script Writer
Laszlo VAJDA

Laszlo VAJDA

Director
Mahamat-Saleh HAROUN

Mahamat-Saleh HAROUN

Director
Miklós JANCSÓ

Miklós JANCSÓ

Director
Woody ALLEN

Woody ALLEN

Director, Actor
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