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Julie Delpy to Direct a Sixth Feature

Women and Hollywood By Inkoo Kang | Women and Hollywood February 5, 2014 at 12:51PM

A family of vaudeville performers make a movie during their road trip across America in "A Dazzling Display of Splendor."
Julie Delpy

Julie Delpy has announced plans to write and direct her sixth film, A Dazzling Display of Splendor.

Variety reports that the film is set during "the early days of silent films and the automobile industry and follows a family of vaudeville performers embarking on a cross-country road trip from New York to Los Angeles while making a motion picture." 

It is unknown whether Delpy will also star. 

Delpy directed her first film project, the short "Blah Blah Blah," the same year she co-wrote and starred in Before Sunrise (1995). Her debut feature, Looking for Jimmy, was released seven years later. Since then, the indefatigable Delpy has made a film every other year, including the two romantic comedies 2 Days in Paris and 2 Days in New York, co-starring Chris Rock as Delpy's lover. 

This article is related to: Julie Delpy, Women Directors, 2 Days in New York, Women Writers, 2 Days in Paris, A Dazzling Display of Splendor

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