Nicole is an Academy Award, Emmy Award & Golden Globe Award winning actress who is best known for her roles in films such as Moulin Rouge!, The Hours, and Cold Mountain. She also starred as Celeste in HBOs Big Little Lies.
At the age of 16 she landed her first film role in the Australian holiday film, Bush Christmas. She continued in television & movie roles in her native Australia and then in 1989 made her US debut in the film Dead Calm. Since then she has wowed audiences in her roles on the stage, the silver screen and television screens in a wide variety of roles.
Nicole is an advocate for womens rights and an UNIFEM Goodwill Ambassador. Nicole is married to singer Keith Urban and a mother to her son Connor and daughters Isabella, Sunday, & Faith
Yay! Nicole’s new film Destroyer will be screened at the Toronto Film Festival! Thanks to the Toronto Sun for this fun news!
TORONTO — A crime thriller starring Nicole Kidman and Regina native Tatiana Maslany will compete for a $25,000 jury prize at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival.
“Destroyer,” directed by Karyn Kusama, will be among 12 feature films screening in the festival’s international Platform program.
It stars Kidman as a police detective dealing with the repercussions of a dark undercover assignment from her past.
Other films competing for the prize include “Her Smell” by Alex Ross Perry, starring Elisabeth Moss, Amber Heard, and Cara Delevingne.
Meanwhile, Patricia Clarkson is among the stars of “Out of Blue” by Carol Morley, and Jamie Bell stars in “Donnybrook” by Tim Sutton.
Now in its fourth year, the Platform program features works that have high artistic merit and a strong directorial vision.
Previous titles that have screened as part of the program include Pablo Larrain’s “Jackie” and Barry Jenkins’ “Moonlight.”
A three-person international jury will announce the winner on the last day of the fest, which runs Sept. 6 to 16.
The rest of this year’s Platform program comprises:
— “Angelo” by Markus Schleinzer
— “Cities of Last Things” by Ho Wi Ding
— “The Good Girls” by Alejandra Marquez Abella
— “The Innocent” by Simon Jaquemet
— “Jessica Forever” by Caroline Poggi and Jonathan Vinel
— “Mademoiselle de Joncquieres” by Emmanuel Mouret
— “The River” by Emir Baigazin
— “Rojo” by Benjamin Naishtat