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Away From Her (2006)

Julie Christie as "Fiona"

Long married, Fiona (Julie Christie) and Grant (Gordon Pinsent) find their mutual devotion tested by her struggle with Alzheimer's disease. When it becomes apparent that the condition is worsening, she checks into a rest home. Grant visits her a month later and finds that his wife has grown close to Aubrey (Michael Murphy), a fellow resident. Jealous and hurt, Grant finally seeks help from Aubrey's wife (Olympia Dukakis) when Fiona suffers a crisis.

Academy Award (2007) Nominated Best Actress
British Academy of Film & Television Arts (2007) Nominated Leading Actress
Golden Globe (2007) Won Best Performance By an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama
Screen Actors Guild Awards (2007) Won Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role

Finding Neverland (2004)

Julie Christie as "Mrs. du Maurier"

This charming account of a period in the life of author J.M. Barrie (Johnny Depp) reveals the real relationships and events that served as the basis for the author's most iconic work, "Peter Pan." After Barrie develops a platonic relationship with the widowed Sylvia (Kate Winslet) and her four sons, he is inspired to write a play about a group of children who don't want to grow up. The work proves a hit and winds up bringing Barrie and the children together in a way he had never expected.

British Academy of Film & Television Arts (2004) Nominated Actress in a Supporting Role
Screen Actors Guild Awards (2004) Nominated Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture

Shampoo (1975)

Julie Christie as "Jackie Shawn"

Against the backdrop of Nixon's election to office, Beverly Hills hairdresser and notorious rake George Roundy (Warren Beatty) runs into trouble when his lascivious habits begin to clash with his more responsible business ambitions. Things get even more complex when Roundy asks his wealthy mistress, Felicia Karpf (Lee Grant), for a business loan, unaware that his best friend and ex-girlfriend, Jackie (Julie Christie), is sleeping with Karpf's husband, Lester (Jack Warden).

Golden Globe (1975) Nominated Best Performance By an Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical

Don't Look Now (1973)

Julie Christie as "Laura Baxter"

Still grieving over the accidental death of their daughter, Christine (Sharon Williams), John (Donald Sutherland) and Laura Baxter (Julie Christie) head to Venice, Italy, where John's been commissioned to restore a church. There Laura meets two sisters (Hilary Mason, Clelia Matania) who claim to be in touch with the spirit of the Baxters' daughter. Laura takes them seriously, but John scoffs until he himself catches a glimpse of what looks like Christine running through the streets of Venice.

British Academy of Film & Television Arts (1973) Nominated Actress

McCabe & Mrs. Miller (1971)

Julie Christie as "Constance Miller"

Charismatic gambler John McCabe (Warren Beatty) arrives in a mining community and decides to open a brothel. The local residents are impressed by his confident demeanor and fast talk, but crafty prostitute Constance Miller (Julie Christie) sees through McCabe's words and realizes he isn't as sharp as he seems. For a share in his profits, Mrs. Miller agrees to help plan and run McCabe's establishment, but soon a powerful company threatens to destroy what they have built up.

Academy Award (1971) Nominated Best Actress

The Go-Between (1971)

Julie Christie as "Marian"

In this period drama, British teenager Leo Colston (Dominic Guard) spends a summer in the countryside, where he develops a crush on the beautiful young aristocrat Marian (Julie Christie). Eager to impress her, Leo becomes the "go-between" for Marian, delivering secret romantic letters to Ted Burgess (Alan Bates), a handsome neighboring farmer. However, when Marian becomes engaged to Hugh Trimingham (Edward Fox), a local viscount, all their lives are altered.

British Academy of Film & Television Arts (1971) Nominated Actress

Fahrenheit 451 (1966)

Julie Christie as "Linda/Clarisse"

Adaptation of the Ray Bradbury novel about a future society that has banned all reading material and the job of the firemen is to keep the fires at 451 degrees: the temperature that paper burns. A fireman begins to re-think his job when he meets a book-loving girl.

British Academy of Film & Television Arts (1966) Nominated British Actress

Doctor Zhivago (1965)

Julie Christie as "Nurse Lara Antipova"

During the Russian Revolution, Yuri Zhivago (Omar Sharif), is a young doctor who has been raised by his aunt and uncle following his father's suicide. Yuri falls in love with beautiful Lara Guishar (Julie Christie), who has been having an affair with her mother's lover, Victor Komarovsky (Rod Steiger), an unscrupulous businessman. Yuri, however, ends up marrying his cousin, Tonya (Geraldine Chaplin). But when he and Lara meet again years later, the spark of love reignites.

British Academy of Film & Television Arts (1966) Nominated British Actress

Darling (1965)

Julie Christie as "Diana Scott"

Beautiful but easily bored Diana Scott (Julie Christie) becomes a popular model and actress in London in the 1960s while toying with the affections of two older men, married television newsman Robert Gold (Dirk Bogarde) and public relations mastermind Miles Brand (Laurence Harvey). Although Diana is the toast of swinging London, the dark side of fame and fortune begins to take its toll, but it proves harder to escape the mod scene than she expects.

Academy Award (1965) Won Best Actress
British Academy of Film & Television Arts (1965) Won British Actress
Golden Globe (1965) Nominated Best Performance By an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama

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