Kristen Stewart has been chosen to be the head of the international jury at next year’s Berlin International Film Festival.
The actor became famous after starring in movies like “Panic Room” and “Twilight.” She is known for her body of work as an actor, including her recent role as Princess Diana in “Spencer,” for which she was nominated for an Oscar. “The Chronology of Water,” a movie based on Lidia Yuknavitch’s book of the same name, will be her first full-length film as a director.
In 2010, she made her Berlinale debut with the independent film “Welcome to the Rileys,” which Jake Scott directed.
She also went to the Cannes Film Festival this year to promote David Cronenberg’s “Crimes of the Future,” in which she plays a transplant center worker. During the showing of the scary movie, a lot of people left, but it also got a 7-minute standing ovation.
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“We’re happy that Kristen Stewart will be taking on this important job,” said Mariette Rissenbeek and Carlo Chatrian, who are in charge of the festival. “She is one of the best and most versatile actors of her time. She has made characters like Bella Swan and the Princess of Wales come to life. Kristen Stewart is the perfect bridge between the United States and Europe. She is young, beautiful, and has done a lot of great work.
Stewart is also making a paranormal reality show, for which she recently put out a call for people to audition. She is the executive producer of the project, which is about ghosthunters who are LGBTQ+. She is also working on a project with her fiance, the screenwriter Dylan Meyer. The two of them are writing a TV series that doesn’t have a name yet.