Feodor Atkine

Born in France in 1948, raised in Latin America and with Russian, Chinese and British blood running through his veins, Feodor Atkine seemed destined for an international career. At the age of 24, Atkine debuts on stage in Paris. For 10 years, he plays for the best French theatre directors. It is not until several years later that Atkine will make his first movie appearance. His piercing eyes and his deep, impressive voice make him very popular with great directors such as Woody Allen (Love and Death, 1974), Sydney Pollack (Bobby Deerfield, 1977), Robert Altman (Vincent and Theo, 1989) and Eric Rohmer (Le Beau Mariage, 1981). Atkine also stars in Lola (Bigas Luna, 1985), Henry & June (Philip Kaufman, 1989), Ronin (John Frankenheimer, 1998) and Tacones Lejanos (Pedro Almodovar, 1991). Together with co-star Christina Brondo, Atkine will introduce his latest film, the chilling thriller Hypnos