On Thursday, April 26, the Coolidge honored Academy Award, Golden Globe, and Emmy award winning actress Julianne Moore with the Coolidge Award, recognizing her iconic performances and distinctive contributions to cinema.
Moore was present for a 2pm screening of Gloria Bell, followed by an 8pm onstage conversation (moderated by The Boston Globe's Loren King) and presentation of the Coolidge Award.
About Julianne Moore
Julianne Moore began her film career in the early ‘90s and quickly emerged as an independent film darling, boasting both perfectly nuanced and dynamic tour-de-force performances. She collaborated with such directors as Robert Altman (Short Cuts), Louis Malle (Vanya on 42nd Street), Todd Haynes (Safe, Far From Heaven, I’m Not There), Paul Thomas Anderson (Boogie Nights, Magnolia), Joel and Ethan Cohen (The Big Lebowski), Lisa Cholodenko (The Kids Are All Right), Tom Kalin (Savage Grace), and Alfonso Cuarón (Children of Men). Moore has received multiple awards for her work including an Academy Award, Golden Globe, SAG, and BAFTA in 2015 for Best Actress for her performance in Still Alice.
In addition to her prolific acting career, Julianne Moore is an activist and supporter of gun safety laws, LGBTQ rights and Pay Equality for women.