Julie Delpy Is Not That Worried About AI

One of the biggest concerns surrounding the WGA writer’s strike is the threat of artificial intelligence.

LATF sat down with two-time Oscar nominated screenwriter, actress, director Julie Delpy to talk about AI and its future in the industry of filmmaking.

She’s not that worried. Watch the interview on our Youtube channel.

Currently, Delpy stars in “The Lesson” alongside Daryl McCormack and Academy Award nominee Richard E. Grant.

Delpy has worked with some of the world’s most esteemed directors, including Jean-Luc Godard for Detective, Agneiszka Holland for Europa Europa, Krzysztof Kieslowski for the trilogy Trois Couleurs, and Jim Jarmusch for Broken Flowers.

As a writer, Delpy co-wrote Before Sunset and Before Midnight which landed her two Oscar nominations and multiple wins for best screenplay. Before Midnight has earned her a Golden Globe and Spirit award nomination for best actress.

In 2009, Delpy presented The Countess at the Berlinale, which Delpy wrote and directed. She won the director’s prize at San Sebastian film festival for her film Skylab in 2011. Lolo, a French comedy blockbuster was presented at TIFF in 2016, so was her feature My Zoe in 2019. In 2021, Delpy presented the series On The Verge on Canal+ and Netflix.

In 2012, Delpy wrote, directed and starred in 2 Days in New York starring Chris Rock and herself, a follow up to her critically acclaimed 2007 film, 2 Days in Paris.

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