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Read industry research and statistics. Find out about booking film programmes internationally. David Parkinson 4 May Funny Face The daughter of a Dutch baroness and an English fascist, Audrey Hepburn seemed to come from nowhere and disappeared just as quickly.
Having won an Academy Award for her Hollywood debut, Roman Holiday , she became the embodiment of a new kind of screen chic.
But, while she tired of playing gamine Cinderellas, she was restricted in her ambition to grow as an actor by her protective but controlling husband, Mel Ferrer.
By the time she freed herself, she had decided she no longer wanted to be a movie star. Hepburn only appeared in four films in the last 25 years of her all-too-brief life, but the 16 she made between brought her five Oscar nominations and helped redefine cinematic charisma.
Having played the role of a lifetime while hiding her English origins in Nazi-occupied Holland, Audrey Hepburn was subsisting on walk-ons in British pictures when the French author Colette spotted her on location for Monte Carlo Baby and cast her in the Broadway production of Gigi.
Such was the acclaim that William Wyler insisted on selecting her over Jean Simmons as the runaway princess who charms American reporter Gregory Peck while scooting around the Eternal City on his Vespa.
Enchantingly combining demure innocence with mischievous poise, Hepburn deservedly won an Oscar. Conversely, Holden fell in love with Hepburn and tried to rekindle their affair on Paris When It Sizzles But her only lasting relationship forged during the shoot was with designer Hubert de Givenchy.
Indeed, director Stanley Donen anticipates French New Wave self-reflexivity with his dazzling visual ingenuity and witty parodies of modernity and MGM glitz.
Holly Golightly. Regina Lampert. TV Movie documentary Self. Princess Ann. Kilorenzos Smith in Talks Regina Lampert uncredited.
Eliza Doolittle. Self - Screen Test. A Father A Son Once Upon a Time in Hollywood TV Movie documentary Self. Tycoons Documentary Regina "Reggie" Lampert in "Charade" uncredited.
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Official Sites: Official Audrey Hepburn Site. Wait Until Dark US 1h 48min 12 Directed by: Terence Young Cast: Audrey Hepburn, Alan Arkin, Richard Crenna Thriller about a blind woman who takes on London's criminal underworld while her husband is away on business.
Two for the Road UK 1h 51min PG Directed by: Stanley Donen Cast: Audrey Hepburn, Albert Finney, Eleanor Bron The chronicles of the ups and downs of a marriage which has has varying degrees of satisfaction over a year period.
How to Steal a Million US 2h 3min U Directed by: William Wyler Cast: Audrey Hepburn, Peter O'Toole, Eli Wallach An art forger's daughter enlists the help of a handsome stranger to steal a statue in Paris and save her father from being revealed as a fraud.
Charade US 1h 53min PG Directed by: Stanley Donen Cast: Cary Grant, Audrey Hepburn, Walter Mattau UK release: 5 December Regina Lampert is staying in the ski resort of Megeve, where she intends to get a divorce.
Breakfast at Tiffany's US 1h 55min 15 Directed by: Blake Edwards Cast: Audrey Hepburn, George Peppard, Patricia Neal, Buddy Ebsen 'How do I look?
The Children's Hour US 1h 48min Directed by: William Wyler Cast: Audrey Hepburn, Shirley MacLaine, James Garner William Wyler's drama based on Lillian Hellman's play about two female teachers who were accused by a student of having an affair.
Funny Face US 1h 43min U Directed by: Stanley Donen Written by: Leonard Gershe Cast: Audrey Hepburn, Fred Astaire, Kay Thompson, Michel Auclair, Robert Flemyng Design is to the fore in Donen's visually brilliant musical fairytale that follows a vaguely Pygmalion structure.
Roger Ebert praised Hepburn's chemistry with Connery, writing, "Connery and Hepburn seem to have arrived at a tacit understanding between themselves about their characters.
They glow. They really do seem in love. And they project as marvelously complex, fond, tender people; the passage of 20 years has given them grace and wisdom.
The film, an international intrigue amid the jet-set , was a critical and box-office failure. Hepburn's last starring role in a feature film was opposite Gazzara in the comedy They All Laughed , directed by Peter Bogdanovich.
The film was overshadowed by the murder of one of its stars, Dorothy Stratten , and received only a limited release. Six years later, Hepburn co-starred with Robert Wagner in a made-for-television caper film , Love Among Thieves After finishing her last motion picture role—a cameo appearance as an angel in Steven Spielberg 's Always —Hepburn completed only two more entertainment-related projects, both critically acclaimed.
Gardens of the World with Audrey Hepburn was a PBS documentary series, which was filmed on location in seven countries in the spring and summer of A one-hour special preceded it in March , and the series itself began airing the day after her death, 21 January For the debut episode, Hepburn was posthumously awarded the Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement — Informational Programming.
The other project was a spoken word album, Audrey Hepburn's Enchanted Tales , which features readings of classic children's stories and was recorded in It earned her a posthumous Grammy Award for Best Spoken Word Album for Children.
In the s, Hepburn narrated two radio programmes for UNICEF , re-telling children's stories of war. On her appointment, she stated that she was grateful for receiving international aid after enduring the German occupation as a child, and wanted to show her gratitude to the organisation.
Hepburn's first field mission for UNICEF was to Ethiopia in She visited an orphanage in Mek'ele that housed starving children and had UNICEF send food.
I have a broken heart. I feel desperate. I can't stand the idea that two million people are in imminent danger of starving to death, many of them children, [and] not because there isn't tons of food sitting in the northern port of Shoa.
It can't be distributed. Last spring, Red Cross and UNICEF workers were ordered out of the northern provinces because of two simultaneous civil wars I went into rebel country and saw mothers and their children who had walked for ten days, even three weeks, looking for food, settling onto the desert floor into makeshift camps where they may die.
That image is too much for me. The 'Third World' is a term I don't like very much, because we're all one world.
I want people to know that the largest part of humanity is suffering. In August , Hepburn went to Turkey on an immunisation campaign. She called Turkey "the loveliest example" of UNICEF's capabilities.
Of the trip, she said, "The army gave us their trucks, the fishmongers gave their wagons for the vaccines, and once the date was set, it took ten days to vaccinate the whole country.
Not bad. Of her experiences in Venezuela and Ecuador, Hepburn told the United States Congress, "I saw tiny mountain communities, slums, and shantytowns receive water systems for the first time by some miracle — and the miracle is UNICEF.
I watched boys build their own schoolhouse with bricks and cement provided by UNICEF. Hepburn toured Central America in February , and met with leaders in Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala.
In April, she visited Sudan with Wolders as part of a mission called "Operation Lifeline". Because of civil war, food from aid agencies had been cut off.
The mission was to ferry food to southern Sudan. Hepburn said, "I saw but one glaring truth: These are not natural disasters but man-made tragedies for which there is only one man-made solution — peace.
John Isaac , a UN photographer, said, "Often the kids would have flies all over them, but she would just go hug them.
I had never seen that. Other people had a certain amount of hesitation, but she would just grab them. Children would just come up to hold her hand, touch her — she was like the Pied Piper.
In October , Hepburn went to Vietnam, in an effort to collaborate with the government for national UNICEF-supported immunisation and clean water programmes.
In September , four months before she died, Hepburn went to Somalia. Calling it "apocalyptic", she said, "I walked into a nightmare.
I have seen famine in Ethiopia and Bangladesh, but I have seen nothing like this — so much worse than I could possibly have imagined.
I wasn't prepared for this. I think perhaps with time, instead of there being a politicisation of humanitarian aid , there will be a humanisation of politics.
United States president George H. Bush presented Hepburn with the Presidential Medal of Freedom in recognition of her work with UNICEF , and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences posthumously awarded her the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award for her contribution to humanity.
In , at the United Nations Special Session on Children , UNICEF honoured Hepburn's legacy of humanitarian work by unveiling a statue, "The Spirit of Audrey", at UNICEF's New York headquarters.
Her service for children is also recognised through the United States Fund for UNICEF 's Audrey Hepburn Society. In , Hepburn became engaged to industrialist James Hanson ,  whom she had known since her early days in London.
She called it "love at first sight", but after having her wedding dress fitted and the date set, she decided the marriage would not work because the demands of their careers would keep them apart most of the time.
At a cocktail party hosted by mutual friend Gregory Peck , Hepburn met American actor Mel Ferrer , and suggested that they star together in a play.
Eight months later, on 25 September , they were married in Bürgenstock , Switzerland,  while preparing to star together in the film War and Peace She and Ferrer had a son, Sean Hepburn Ferrer.
Despite the insistence from gossip columns that their marriage would not last, Hepburn claimed that she and Ferrer were inseparable and happy together, though she admitted that he had a bad temper.
Hepburn met her second husband, Italian psychiatrist Andrea Dotti , on a Mediterranean cruise with friends in June She believed she would have more children and possibly stop working.
They married on 18 January , and their son Luca Andrea Dotti was born on 8 February While pregnant with Luca in , Hepburn was more careful, resting for months before delivering the baby via caesarean section.
Dotti was unfaithful and she had a romantic relationship with actor Ben Gazzara during the filming of the movie Bloodline From until her death, Hepburn was in a relationship with Dutch actor Robert Wolders ,  the widower of actress Merle Oberon.
She had met Wolders through a friend during the later years of her second marriage. In , she called the nine years she had spent with him the happiest years of her life, and stated that she considered them married, just not officially.
Upon returning from Somalia to Switzerland in late September , Hepburn began suffering from abdominal pain. While initial medical tests in Switzerland had inconclusive results, a laparoscopy performed at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles in early November revealed a rare form of abdominal cancer belonging to a group of cancers known as pseudomyxoma peritonei.
After surgery, Hepburn began chemotherapy. Hepburn and her family returned home to Switzerland to celebrate her last Christmas. As she was still recovering from surgery, she was unable to fly on commercial aircraft.
Her longtime friend, fashion designer Hubert de Givenchy , arranged for socialite Rachel Lambert "Bunny" Mellon to send her private Gulfstream jet, filled with flowers, to take Hepburn from Los Angeles to Geneva.
She spent her last days in hospice care at her home in Tolochenaz , Vaud and was occasionally well enough to take walks in her garden, but gradually became more confined to bedrest.
On the evening of 20 January , Hepburn died in her sleep at home. After her death, Gregory Peck went on camera [ where?
Maurice Eindiguer, the same pastor who wed Hepburn and Mel Ferrer and baptised her son Sean in , presided over her funeral, while Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan of UNICEF delivered a eulogy.
Many family members and friends attended the funeral, including her sons, partner Robert Wolders, half-brother Ian Quarles van Ufford, ex-husbands Andrea Dotti and Mel Ferrer, Hubert de Givenchy, executives of UNICEF, and fellow actors Alain Delon and Roger Moore.
Hepburn's legacy has endured long after her death. The American Film Institute named Hepburn third among the Greatest Female Stars of All Time.
She is one of few entertainers who have won Academy, Emmy, Grammy and Tony Awards. She won a record three BAFTA Awards for Best British Actress in a Leading Role.
In her last years, she remained a visible presence in the film world. She received a tribute from the Film Society of Lincoln Center in and was a frequent presenter at the Academy Awards.
She received the BAFTA Lifetime Achievement Award in She was the recipient of numerous posthumous awards including the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award and competitive Grammy and Emmy Awards.
She has been the subject of many biographies since her death including the dramatisation of her life titled The Audrey Hepburn Story which starred Jennifer Love Hewitt and Emmy Rossum as the older and younger Hepburn respectively.
But she was a movie star. Hepburn's image is widely used in advertising campaigns across the world. In Japan, a series of commercials used colourised and digitally enhanced clips of Hepburn in Roman Holiday to advertise Kirin black tea.
To celebrate its "Keep it Simple" campaign, the Gap made a sizeable donation to the Audrey Hepburn Children's Fund.
Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album cover — to celebrate the British cultural figures of his life that he most admires. Sean Ferrer founded the Audrey Hepburn Children's Fund  in memory of his mother shortly after her death.
Dotti also became patron of the Pseudomyxoma Survivor charity, dedicated to providing support to patients of the rare cancer Hepburn suffered from, pseudomyxoma peritonei ,  and the rare disease ambassador since and for on behalf of European Organisation for Rare Diseases.
Hepburn's son Sean said that he was brought up in the countryside as a normal child, not in Hollywood and without a Hollywood state of mind that makes movie stars and their families lose touch with reality.
There was no screening room in the house. He said that his mother didn't take herself seriously, and used to say "I take what I do seriously, but I don't take myself seriously".
Hepburn was known for her fashion choices and distinctive look, to the extent that journalist Mark Tungate has described her as a recognisable brand.
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