There are no prizes for guessing who takes the lead in the forthcoming film Colette, which tells the story of the groundbreaking early 20th-century French novelist who carved a world of opportunities wide open for other women. Keira Knightley, 33, pictured has been cast as the lead in a new film about French novelist Colette who opened doors of opportunity for other women. Colette was born Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette in the French provinces in to a mother, Eugenie, of Caribbean heritage who grew up in an anarchist colony in Belgium where they believed in gender equality. The series was a huge hit with both French housewives and intellectuals, so much so that it spawned Claudine-branded soaps, perfumes and cigars. One story was turned into a play, starring French actress Polaire. But when she asked to have her name on her own works as they grew more lucrative, Willy resisted and locked her in her room until she wrote more pages. It went on to win nine Oscars, a record at the time.
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She is the daughter of actor Will Knightley and actress turned playwright Sharman Macdonald. An older brother, Caleb Knightley , was born in Her father is English, while her Scottish-born mother is of Scottish and Welsh origin.
Watch the video. Inspired by The Farewell director Lulu Wang 's call to action at the Independent Spirit Awards, we celebrate women filmmakers working in their field. Keira Knightley Actress Soundtrack Producer. Up 53 this week. She is the daughter of actor Will Knightley and actress turned playwright Sharman Macdonald. An older brother, Caleb Knightley , was born in Her father is English, while her Scottish-born mother is of Scottish and Welsh origin. Brought up
To dare. To shout. I want her to be able to walk along the road — alone, in the dark, at night, in whatever she wants to wear — without fear.