Vicky Krieps is a 39-year-old Luxembourg-born actress and star who has appeared in several European films—most notably Luxembourgish, French and German productions or coproductions—as well as a few American films. Her international breakthrough role was in Paul Thomas Anderson’s film “Phantom Thread” (2017), with Ms. Krieps playing one of the female leads opposite Daniel Day-Lewis, followed by celebrated lead turns in films such as “Bergman Island” (2021) and “Corsage” (2022), the latter earning her a European Film Award as Best Actress.
Her latest films include “Les trois mousquetaires: D’Artagnan,” based on the Alexandre Dumas novel of 1844, and Vigo Mortensen’s “The Dead Don’t Hurt” which was screened at the Toronto International Film Festival earlier this month. In her third feature of the year so far, “The Wall,” directed by Brussels-born filmmaker Philippe Van Leeuw, Ms. Krieps plays Jessica Comly, a maverick and harsh U.S. border patrol agent posted in Tuscon, Arizona, who dislikes migrants crossing the U.S.-Mexico border. Her behavior becomes increasingly erratic until one day, she pulls the trigger and shoots a harmless migrant in front of three witnesses: her colleague, who attempts to make the crime look like an accident, a Native American man, played by Mike Wilson, and his grandson. She then has to face these inconvenient witnesses.
“The Wall” (2023, trailer)
During the 6th edition of the Brussels International Film Festival last July, both Vicky Krieps and Mike Wilson talked about “The Wall” during the following roundtable interview.
The film is now playing in theaters in various territories; Belgian distribution is done through O’Brother Film Distribution.
Ms. Krieps, can you talk about the physical aspect of playing your role? One eyebrow is always up. Is that a way of expressing the rage you feel inside? Are those physical elements essential?
[VICKY KRIEPS] First of all, I was trying to convince [director] Philippe Van Leeuw to cast someone else because there are many actors in the world, and it doesn’t have to be me to play the part of Jessica Comley. Many actors come from there. But he convinced me by explaining that he wanted it to be honest like in a fairy tale, which also has characters that don’t feel like they are from there. That is why we believe her, follow her, and want her to be good, but she’s not. That’s how he convinced me, and that’s how I got the part. I knew then what I could bring to it, and I wanted to take it even further. Jessica could be full of tattoos; she could be angry all the time, and she could be exercising and punching walls. But I tried to avoid that because it could be an excuse like, ‘We feel comfortable when we see black and white—this is a good person, that is a bad person.’ So I made her a bit boring and someone who doesn’t look like she’s angry. But yes, she is angry, she’s very angry, but it comes out in these little things. I wanted it to be so small that we think it could be us, that she is us, all of us.
Can a European point of view on an American subject as sensitive as the border shed another light on the subject?
[VICKY KRIEPS, to Mike Wilson] I’ll go first because your answer is longer [laughs]. This is clearly the only way this movie is different than others, and it’s also interesting because Philippe dares to show this point of view from a European angle; he dares to go and fail. After all, the possibility of failure is very high. You would say, ‘Why do you want to do that movie?’ So for Philippe going out there and trying, that’s already something that is humble and selfless because he’s at least trying. The movie brings the problem to light, and maybe it’s interesting that the light comes from a neutral place.
[MIKE WILSON] I was hesitant to participate in this film. I told Philippe three years ago. I hesitated because you got this other ‘bad guy’ from Europe. Not only is he coming from Europe, but he’s also coming from Nordic Europe, and my perception was, ‘Okay, the further north you are, the more racist you are.’ So why am I accepting Nordic Europeans coming to my land and trying to tell my story? It’s paternalistic, it has the seeds of racism. So I said, ‘Philippe, please convince me to take this role. There’s a whole genre of immigration films. What are you going to do differently, what are you going to say differently, what is the audience going to see differently that hasn’t been told ten times already? So please convince me, Mister Northern European white guy, and how authentic will you portray me? You don’t know jack about where I come from, or about my people. You have this Hollywood perception of what your expectations are.’ When I first read the script, I thought, ‘Hell, no,’ and said, ‘You know, I don’t talk like that. You know better, I don’t talk like that. I expect respect, and part of that respect is being authentic. I will work with you, but if you don’t do that, I won’t be any part of it.’
Does that mean you made adjustments to the screenplay?
[MIKE WILSON] Yes, a lot. Fortunately, Philippe understood, and he allowed me the liberty to make those changes. Initially, in the first draft, I was a human smuggler. I said, ‘Philippe, I’m a human rights activist. I put out water on my reservation for migrants so they don’t die. So I will not be portrayed in fiction as a human smuggler.’ I have a reputation as a human rights activist in Arizona. I will not betray Mike Wilson. So he said, ‘Okay.’ That’s why you see in the film I’m handing food to the migrants who are sitting on the ground. I give them food, and I provide them with water. That’s what I did for twelve years.
Do you still do that now?
[MIKE WILSON] No, not anymore. There’s too much control by the drug cartels. On the Mexican side of the reservation, you have the drug cartels. On the other side is the border patrol. So that is my history as a human rights activist. Let me say something; you’ve seen the film, right? You know the storyline. The character of Jessica is a corrupt border patrol agent. She shoots a migrant, he’s wounded but he’s alive. So she comes up and boom. Me and my grandson we see it. That’s the storyline. This year, on May 18—that’s six weeks ago—three border patrol agents shot and killed a tribal member. Twelve of them showed up with guns, and three of them killed him. He was hit ten times. So what you see is this fictionalized corrupt system. My point is that her character, Agent Comley, pulled the trigger. Who gave her the gun to pull the trigger? Who gave her the bullet to put in the gun? Hatred gave her the gun, racism gave her the bullets. So it was just up to her to pull the trigger—there’s a whole hatred racist system involved. And that’s no longer fiction. That’s the reality. So it’s a story that has to be told. Philippe gave me the liberty to do some edits, but it’s a real-life story, as we found out eighteen months later.
In the film, there are a lot of close-ups of yours, and in the first half of the film, you have very little dialogue. Does that influence your way of acting and the way you portray your character?
[VICKY KRIEPS] I try not to think of how they film me. My character certainly has very little dialogue because I took away most of the dialogue there was. There is nothing to be said; it’s all there, it’s internal and I wanted it to be almost boring to follow what she does. It would be so much worse if I would use this character and make her a sensation, or show you how good I am as an actor, like if I showed you my pirouette. That’s why I tried to make it so silent, so it’s almost really not there. The most dangerous people who think they’re doing the right thing can be your neighbor; they can be yourself—we can all be evil. We build walls, but there’s no wall between me being the evil version of me, and me being the good version of me. My mother comes from the Nazi story, and my father’s father was in the concentration camps, so I am both. In my blood, I have the two sides; I could be the one, and I could be the other. And because I was educated correctly doesn’t mean I’m safe. Only when we accept that we can be the good guy and the bad guy we will open up our hearts to be true, human, and loving human beings. We all have preconceptions, and you can say yes to the movie with all of your obvious preconceptions and doubts, and me saying yes with all of my preconceptions and all of my doubts. Philippe was going through the process of telling people, ‘I want to this movie. Will you give me the money to make it, please?’ You don’t do that because you want to be comfortable or know people will like you. In the end, I don’t know what kind of movie we did, but I do know it’s sincere in a way that everyone came with their doubts, and we do this to help people see a part of this society. There’s a wall between societies, between social classes, they’re putting up walls where you can or can’t live, or after nine pm, you can’t go on the metro. That’s a wall, that’s a frontier. And the film raises a question without telling you what to think. So why do you talk? Because you have a question. If your question is answered, you can go to sleep. If it’s not answered, you go like, ‘Oh, did you see this film? Can we talk about it? It was really weird, and I feel so uncomfortable. And this one guy, did you see what I saw?’ That’s what a movie can do: ask questions.
[MIKE WILSON] And I think, as a romantic, when I first read the script, I was hoping for redemption, I was hoping for sorrow, I was hoping Jessica’s life would turn around. But it never happened. She never redeemed.
[VICKY KRIEPS] My character never changes her mind. She never becomes a good person.
[MIKE WILSON] So not only is she never redeemed, there is also no justice. We forgot that a human being was murdered. There’s no justice for him or his family, but justice must still be served somehow. So when the film ends, there’s no justice for anybody, and there’s no redemption for her, so who wins? Does evil win? Or does goodness win? We don’t know. I don’t think the film wants to give you an answer; it wants to give you a question, so you answer it and decide how you will change. I present the question to you, and that’s all we can ask for.
Do you have a favorite scene in the film?
[VICKY KRIEPS] To me, the only real human scene about the good side of human beings is the relationship between this child and the horse. That is where we went wrong and could have gone right, with human beings saying, ‘I am human, and you’re a horse.’ The horse is more powerful than the human being. So, what is the relationship between the horse and the human being? The human could say, ‘I accept your strength; I’m weaker, but let me help you with my consciousness. If I ride on top of you, I can see further and tell you where to slow down or stop. I can give you water, and I can take care of you.’ So, the relationship between horses and men symbolizes what human beings could do on this planet.
Were you able, or was it necessary, to do any research?
[VICKY KRIEPS] I come from a privileged, educated white European background and was raised to hate guns. I’m a pacifist; I don’t like guns. But now I play someone who likes to shoot a gun, and it was shocking to see how fast it goes. It’s a little switch in your brain, and then it seems easy. It’s something very primitive in the human brain. ‘I can be powerful, I can dominate physics with a little trigger.’
[MIKE WILSON] She comes from a pacifist background; I come from a militant background. I was in the American army for twenty-two years. My background was in Special Operations. I was a military advisor in El Salvador during the civil war. When I retired, I spiritually demilitarized because my spiritual conversion in El Salvador moved me into the light.
Brussels International Film Festival
July 3, 2023
HOUSE OF BOYS (2009) DIR Jean-Claude Schlim PROD Bob Bellion, Jimmy de Brabant SCR Jean-Claude Schlim, Chistian Thiry (story and original idea, Jean-Claude Schlim) CAM Carlo Thiel ED Katharina Schmidt MUS Gast Waltzing CAST Udo Kier, Stephen Fry, Oliver Hoare, Benn Northover, Layke Anderson, Emma Griffiths Malin, Vicky Krieps (Flower Shop Girl)
WER WENN NICHT WIR (2011) DIR Andres Veiel PROD Thomas Kufus SCR Andres Veiel (story by Gerd Koenen) CAM Judith Kaufmann ED Hansjörg Weißbrich MUS Annette Focks, Nikko Weidemann CAST August Diehl, Lena Lauzemis, Alexander Fehling, Thomas Thieme, Imogen Kogge, Michael Wittenborn, Susanne Lothar, Vicky Krieps (Dörte)
HANNA (2011) DIR Joe Wright PROD Scott Nemes, Leslie Holleran, Marty Abelstein SCR Seth Lochhead, David Farr (story by Seth Lochhead) CAM Alwin H. Küchler ED Paul Tothill MUS The Chemical Brothers [Tom Rowlands, Ed Simons] CAST Saoirse Ronan, Eric Bana, Cate Blanchett, Vicky Krieps (Johanna Zadek), Paris Arrowsmith, John Macmillan, Tim Beckmann, Paul Birchard
ELLE NE PLEURE PAS, ELLE CHANTE, a.k.a. SHE’S NOT CRYING, SHE’S SINGING (2011) DIR – SCR Philippe de Pierpont PROD Isabelle Truc CAM Alain Marcoen CAST Erika Sainte, Laurent Capelluto, Marijke Pinoy, Jean-François Wolff, Jules Werner, Vicky Krieps (Nurse), Martin De Myttenaere, Galatéa Bellugi, Hervé Piron, Nilton Martins
ANONYMOUS (2011) DIR Roland Emmerich PROD Roland Emmerich, Larry Franco, Robert Leger SCR John Orloff CAM Anna Foerster ED Peter R. Adam MUS Harald Kloser, Thomas Wanker CAST Rhys Ifans, Vanessa Redgrave, Sebastian Armesto, Rafe Spall, David Thewlis, Edward Hogg, Xavier Samuel, Sam Reid, Vicky Krieps (Bessie Vavasour)
FORMENTERA (2011) DIR Ann-Kristin Reyels PROD Titus Kreyenberg SCR Ann-Kristin Reyels, Katrin Milhahn, Antonia Rothe CAM Henner Besuch ED Halina Daugird MUS Henry Reyels, Marco Baumgartner CAST Sabine Timoteo, Thure Lindhardt, Ilse Ritter, Tatja Seibt, Christian Brückner, Jeff Layton, Vicky Krieps (Mara), Franc Bruneau
D’BELLE EPOQUE (2012) DIR – SCR Andy Bausch PROD David Grumbach, Paul Thiltges CAM Carlo Thiel ED Misch Bervard MUS Serge Tonnar, Georges Urwald CAST Gintaré Parulyté, Vicky Krieps (Belle), Marco Lorenzini, Henri Losch, Massimo Brancatelli, Adolf El Assal, Sébastien Fernandes Tasch, Ender Frings
SCHATZRITTER, a.k.a. KING’S TREASURE (2012) DIR Laura Schroeder PROD Bernard Michaux SCR Eileen Byrne, Oliver Kahl, Martin Dolejs, Stefan Schaller (idea by Bernard Michaux) CAM Peter von Haller ED Uta Schmidt MUS Natalia Dittrich CAST Alexandra Neldel, Clemens Schick, Luc Feit, Anton Glas, Thierry Koob, Tun Schon, Lana Welter, Vicky Krieps (Marie Kutter)
ZWEI LEBEN, a.k.a. TWO LIVES (2012) DIR Georg Maas, Judith Kaufmann PROD Axel Helgeland, Rudi Teichmann, Dieter Zeppenfeld SCR Georg Maas, Judith Kaufmann, Christoph Tölle, Ståle Stein Berg (novel by Hannelore Hippe) CAM Judith Kaufmann ED Hansjörg Weißbrich MUS Julian Maas, Christoph Kaiser CAST Juliane Köhler, Ken Duken, Liv Ullmann, Sven Nordin, Julia Bache-Wiig, Rainer Bock, Vicky Krieps (Kathrin Lehnhaber)
DIE VERMESSUNG DER WELT, a.k.a. MEASURING THE WORLD (2012) DIR Detlev Buck PROD Detlev Buck, Claus Boje SCR Detlev Buck (novel “Die Vermessung der Welt”  by Daniel Kehlmann) CAM Slawomir Idziak ED Dirk Grau MUS Enis Rotthoff CAST Florian David Fitz, Albrecht Abraham Schuch, Sebastian Grandes, Baldanpurev Sambuu, Agi Ariunsaichan Dawaachu, Karl Markovics, Vicky Krieps (Johanna Gauss)
UNE HISTOIRE D’AMOUR (2013) DIR Hélène Fillières PROD Matthieu Tharot, Jani Thiltges SCR Hélène Fillières (novel “Sévère”  by Régis Jauffret) CAM Christophe Beaucarne ED Philippe Bourgueil MUS Étienne Daho CAST Benoît Poelvoorde, Laetitia Casta, Richard Bohringer, Reda Kateb, Hervé Sogne, Jean-François Stévenin, Vicky Krieps (The Angel)
MÖBIUS (2013) DIR – SCR Éric Rochant PROD Mathias Rubin, Christophe Cervoni, Eric Juhérian CAM Pierre Novion ED Pascale Fenouillet MUS Jonathan Morali CAST Jean Dujardin, Tim Roth, Cécile De France, Émilie Dequenne, John Lynch, Maxim Vitorgan, Brad Leland, Branka Katic, Dean Constantin, Vicky Krieps (Olga)
AVANT L’HIVER, a.k.a. BEFORE THE WINTER CHILL (2013) DIR – SCR Philippe Claudel PROD Romain Rojtman, Yves Marmion CAM Denis Lenoir ED Elisa Aboulker MUS André Dziezuk CAST Daniel Authieul, Kristin Scott Thomas, Leïla Bekhti, Richard Berry, Vicky Krieps (Caroline), Jérôme Varanfrian, Anne Metzler, Laure Killing, Laurent Claret
LA CONFRÉRIE DES LARMES, a.k.a. BROTHERHOOD OF TEARS (2013) DIR Jean-Baptiste Andrea PROD Laurent Baudens, Didar Domehri, Gaël Nouaille SCR Jean-Baptiste Andrea, Gael Malry CAM Jean-Pierre Sauvaire ED Antoine Vareille MUS Laurent Perez Del Mar CAST Jérémie Renier, Audrey Fleurot, Mélusine Mayance, Bouli Lanners, Antoine Basler, Fabrice Michel, Bruno Ricci, Luc Feit, Vicky Krieps (The Red-Headed Woman)
A MOST WANTED MAN (2014) DIR Anton Corbijn PROD Andrea Calderwood, Simon Cornwell, Stephen Cornwell, Gail Egan, Malte Grunert SCR Andrew Bovell (novel “A Most Wanted Man”  by John le Carré) CAM Benoît Delhomme ED Claire Simpson MUS Herbert Grönemeyer CAST Philip Seymour Hoffman, Rachel McAdams, Willem Dafoe, Robin Wright, Grigoriy Dobrygin, Homayoun Ershadi, Daniel Brühl, Nina Hoss, Vicky Krieps (Niki)
DAS ZIMMERMÄDCHEN LYNN, a.k.a. THE CHAMBERMAID LYNN (2014) DIR Ingo Haeb PROD Ingmar Trost, Olaf Hirschberg SCR Ingo Haeb (novel “Das Zimmermädchen”  by Markus Orths) CAM Sophie Maintigneux ED Nicole Kortlüke MUS Jakob Ilja CAST Vicky Krieps (Lynn), Lena Lauzemis, Steffen Münster, Christian Aumer, Christine Schorn, Sonja Baum, Lisa Guth, Cornella Dörr
OUTSIDE THE BOX (2015) DIR Philip Koch SCR Philip Koch, Anna Katrin Schneider CAM Markus Eckert ED Max Fey MUS Sophie Trudeau, Jessica Moss CAST Volker Bruch, Stefan Konarske, Vicky Krieps (Yvonne von Geseke), Sascha Alexander Gersak, Lavinia Wilson, Samuel Finzi, Hanns Zischler, Kida Khodr Ramadan
COLONIA (2015) DIR Florian Gallenberger PROD Nicolas Steil, Benjamin Herrmann SCR Florian Gallenberger, Torsten Wenzel CAM Kolja Brandt ED Hansjörg Weißbrich MUS André Dziezuk, Fernando Velázquez CAST Emma Watson, Daniel Brühl, Michael Nyqvist, Richenda Carey, Vicky Krieps (Ursel), Jeanne Werner, Julian Ovenden, August Zirner, Martin Wuttke
FERIEN (2016) DIR Bernadette Knoller PROD Tilman Kolb, Jochen Cremer SCR Bernadette Knoller, Paula Cvjetkovic CAM Anja Läufer ED Jana Dugnus MUS Ryan Robinson, Paul Eisenach CAST Britta Hammelstein, Inga Busch, Detlev Buck, Jerome Hirthammer, Ferdinand von Schirach, Golo Euler, Victoria Trauttmansdorff, Vicky Krieps
WAS HAT UNS BLOß SO RUINIERT, a.k.a. WE USED TO BE COOL (2016) DIR – SCR Marie Kreutzer PROD Alexander Glehr, Franz Novotny CAM Leena Koppe ED Ulrike Kofler MUS Florian Blauensteiner CAST Vicky Krieps (Stella), Marcel Mohab, Pia Hierzegger, Manuel Rubey, Pheline Roggan, Andreas Kiendl, Livia Teppan, Amelie Engstler, Marie Strohmaier, Benninger Tao
LE JEUNE KARL MARX, a.k.a. THE YOUNG KARL MARX (2017) DIR Raoul Peck PROD Raoul Peck, Nicolas Blanc, Rémy Grellety, Robert Guédiguian SCR Raoul Peck, Pascal Bonitzer CAM Kolja Brandt ED Frédérique Broos MUS Alexei Aigui CAST August Diehl, Stefan Konarske, Vicky Krieps (Jenny von Westphalen-Marx), Olivier Gourmet, Hannah Steele, Alexander Scheer, Hans-Uwe Bauer, Michael Brandner
GUTLAND (2017) DIR – SCR Givonda Van Maele PROD Givonda Van Maele, Jean-Louis Schuller, Gilles Chanial CAM Narayan Van Maele ED Stefan Stadenow MUS Dominique Depret CAST Frederick Lau, Vicky Krieps (Lucy Loschetter), Marco Lorenzini, Pit Bukowski, Gerdy Zint, Leo Folschette, Martine Kohn, Davy Mertens, Jean Koch
PHANTOM THREAD (2017) DIR – SCR Paul Thomas Anderson PROD Paul Thomas Anderson, JoAnne Sellar, Daniel Lupi CAM Paul Thomas Anderson [uncredited] ED Dylan Tichenor MUS Jonny Greenwood CAST Daniel Day-Lewis, Lesley Manville, Vicky Krieps (Alma), Julie Vollono, Sue Clark, Joan Brown, Harriet Leitch, Dinah Nicholson, Julie Duck, Maryanna Frost
3 TAGE IN QUIBERON, a.k.a. 3 DAYS IN QUIBERON (2018) DIR – SCR Emily Atef PROD Karsten Stöter CAM Thomas W. Kiennast ED Hansjörg Weißbrich MUS Julian Maas, Christoph Kaiser CAST Marie Bäumer, Birgit Minichmayr, Charly Hübner, Robert Gwisdek, Denis Lavant, Yann Grouhel, Christopher Buchholz, Vicky Krieps (Hotel Maid), Vincent Furic
THE GIRL IN THE SPIDER’S WEB (2018) DIR Fede Álvarez PROD Eli Busch, Elizabeth Cantillon, Berna Levin, Amy Pascal, Scott Rudin, Ole Søndberg, Søren Stærmose SCR Fede Álvarez, Steven Knight, Jay Basu (novel “The Girl in the Spider’s Web”  by David Lagercrantz; characters introduced in the three “Millenium” books by Stieg Larsson) CAM Pedro Luque ED Tatiana S. Riegel MUS Roque Baños CAST Claire Foy, Beau Gadsdon, Sverrir Gudnason, LaKeith Stanfield, Sylvia Hoeks, Stephen Merchant, Vicky Krieps (Erika Berger), Cameron Britton, Synnøne Macody Lund
THE LAST VERMEER (2019) DIR Dan Friedkin PROD Dan Friedkin, Ryan Friedkin, Bradley Thomas, Sabine Brian SCR Mark Fergus, John Orloff, Hawk Ostby (book “The Man Who Made Vermeers”  by Jonathan Lopez) CAM Remi Adefarasin ED Victoria Boydell MUS Johan Söderqvist CAST Guy Pearce, Claes Bang, Vicky Krieps (Minna Holmberg), Roland Møller, August Diehl, Karl Johnson, Andrew Havill, Paul Bentall, Olivia Grant
DE NOS FRÈRES BLESSÉS, a.k.a. MY TRAITOR, MY LOVE (2020) DIR Hélier Cisterne PROD Justin Taurand SCR Hélier Cisterne, Katell Quillévéré (novel “De nos frères blessés”  by Joseph Andras) CAM Hichame Alaouie ED Lila Desiles, Thomas Marchand, Marion Monnier MUS Emile Sornin CAST Vincent Lacoste, Vicky Krieps (Hélène Iveton), Jules Langlade, Marc Brunet, Thomas Ducasse, Jeanne Carré
NEBENAN, a.k.a. NEXT DOOR (2021) DIR Daniel Brühl PROD Daniel Brühl, Malte Grunert SCR Daniel Kehlmann (idea by Daniel Brühl) CAM Jens Harant ED Marty Schenk MUS Jakob Grunert, Moritz Friedrich CAST Peter Furth, Daniel Brühl, Rike Eckermann, Aenne Schwarz, Gode Benedix, Vicky Krieps (The New Tennant), Justine Hirschfeld, Luisa-Céline Gaffron
BERGMAN ISLAND (2021) DIR – SCR Mia Hansen-Løve PROD Erik Hemmendorff, Charles Gillibert, Rodrigo Teixeira CAM Denis Lenoir ED Marion Monnier CAST Vicky Krieps (Chris Sanders), Tim Roth, Mia Wasikowska, Anders Danielsen Lie, Hampus Nordenson, Anki Larsson, Kerstin Brunnberg, Melinda Kinnaman, Wouter Hendrickx
SERRE MOI FORT, a.k.a. HOLD ME TIGHT (2021) DIR Mathieu Amalric PROD Felix von Boehm, Laetitia Gonzales, Yaël Fogiel SCR Mathieu Amalric (play “Je reviens de loin”  by Claudine Galea) CAM Christophe Beaucarne ED François Gédigier CAST Vicky Krieps (Clarisse), Arieh Worthalter, Anne-Sophie Bowen-Chatet, Sacha Ardilly, Juliette Benveniste, Aurèle Grzesik, Aurélia Petit, Erwan Ribard
OLD (2021) DIR M. Night Shyamalan PROD M. Night Shyamalan, Marc Bienstock, Ashwin Rajan SCR M. Night Shyamalan (novel “Château de sable” by Pierre-Oscar Lévy, Frederick Peeters) CAM Mike Gioulakis ED Brett M. Reed MUS Trevor Gureckis CAST Gael Garcia Bernal, Vicky Krieps (Prisca), Rufus Sewell, Alex Wolff, Thomasin McKenzie, Abbey Lee, Nikki Amuka-Bird, Ken Leung, Eliza Scanien, M. Night Shyamalan
BECKETT (2021) DIR Ferdinando Cito Filomarino PROD Luca Guadagnino, Francesco Melzi D’Eril, Marco Morabito SCR Kevin A. Rice (story by Ferdinando Cito Filomarino) CAM Sayombhu Mekdeeprom ED Walter Fasano MUS Ryuichi Sakamoto CAST John David Washington, Boyd Holbrook, Vicky Krieps (Lena), Alicia Vikander, Michael Stuhlarg, Yorgos Pirpassopoulos
THE SURVIVOR (2021) DIR Barry Levinson PROD Barry Levinson, Scott Pardo, Jason Sosnoff, Aaron L. Gilbert, Matti Leshem SCR Justine Juel Gillmer (autobiography  by Alan Scott Haft) CAM George Steel ED Douglas Crise MUS Hans Zimmer CAST Ben Foster, Vicky Krieps (Miriam Wofsoniker), Billy Magnussen, Peter Sarsgaard, John Leguizamo, Danny DeVito, Saro Emirze, Laurent Papot
CORSAGE (2022) DIR – SCR Marie Kreutzer PROD Alexander Glehr, Johanna Scherz CAM Judith Kaufmann ED Ulrike Kofler MUS Camille CAST Vicky Krieps (Empress Elisabeth of Austria), Florian Teichtmeister, Katharina Lorenz, Jeanne Werner, Alma Hasun, Manuel Rubey, Finnegan Oldfield, Aaron Friesz
PLUS QUE JAMAIS, a.k.a. MORE THAN EVER (2022) DIR Emily Atef PROD Xénia Maingot SCR Emily Atef, Lars Hubrich CAM Yves Cape ED Sandie Bompar, Hansjörg Weißbrich MUS Jon Balke CAST Vicky Krieps (Hélène Mouchet), Gaspard Ulliel, Bjørn Floberg, Sophie Langevin, Valérie Bodson, Jérémy Barbier d’Hiver, Marion Cadeau, Yacine Sif El Islam, Estelle Kerkor
INGEBORG BACHMANN – REISE IN DIE WÜSTE (2023) DIR Margarethe von Trotta PROD Bettina Brokemper, Alexander Dumreicher-Ivanceanu, Katrin Renz, Bady Minck CAM Martin Gschlacht ED Hansjörg Weißbrich MUS André Mergenthaler CAST Vicky Krieps (Ingeborg Bachmann), Ronald Zehrfeld, Tobias Resch, Basil Eidenbenz, Luna Wedler, Marc Limpach, Renato Carpentieri, Katharina Schmalenberg
LES TROIS MOUSQUETAIRES: D’ARTAGNAN (2023) DIR Martin Bourboulon PROD Dimitri Rassam SCR Alexandre de La Patellière, Matthieu Delaporte (novel “Les trois mousquetaires”  by Alexandre Dumas) CAM Nicolas Bolduc ED Célia Lafitedupont MUS Guillaume Roussel CAST François Civil, Vincent Cassel, Romain Duris, Pio Marmaï, Eva Green, Louis Garrel, Vicky Krieps (Anne of Austria), Lyna Khoudri, Jacob Fortune-Lloyd
THE DEAD DON’T HURT (2023) DIR – SCR – MUS Viggo Mortensen PROD Viggo Mortensen, Regina Solórzano, Jeremy Thomas CAM Marcel Zyskind ED Peder Pedersen CAST Vicky Krieps (Vivienne Le Coudy), Viggo Mortensen, Solly McLeod, Garret Dillahunt, W. Earl Brown, Danny Huston, Shane Graham, Rafel Plana
THE WALL (2023) DIR – SCR Philippe Van Leeuw PROD Guillaume Malandrin CAM Joachim Philippe ED Gladys Joujou MUS Lio Vancauwenberge CAST Vicky Krieps (Jessica Comley), Mike Wilson, Haydn Winston, Simon Sears, Marla Robison, Ezekiel Velasco, Steve Anderson, Rogelio Camarillo, Santiago Craig, Harris Kendall, Brendan Guy Murphy
LES TROIS MOUSQUETAIRES: MILADY (2023) DIR Martin Bourboulon PROD Dimitri Rassam, Jérôme Seydoux SCR Alexandre de La Patellière, Matthieu Delaporte (novel “Les trois mousquetaires”  by Alexandre Dumas) CAM Nicolas Bolduc MUS Guillaume Roussel CAST François Civil, Vincent Cassel, Romain Duris, Pio Marmaï, Eva Green, Louis Garrel, Vicky Krieps (Anne of Austria), Lyna Khoudri, Jacob Fortune-Lloyd
HOT MILK (2024) DIR Rebecca Lenkiewicz PROD Kate Glover, Giorgos Karnavas, Christine Langan SCR (novel “Hot Milk”  by Deborah Levy) CAM Christopher Blauvelt ED Mark Towns CAST Vicky Krieps (Ingrid), Emma Mackey, Fiona Shaw, Yann Gael
WENT UP THE HILL (2024) DIR Samuel Van Grinsven PROD Vicky Pope, Samantha Jennings, Kristina Ceyton SCR Samuel Van Grinsven, Jory Anast CAM Tyson Perkins ED Dany Cooper CAST Dacre Montgomery, Vicky Krieps (Jill), Sarah Peirse, Arlo Green
SEXUAL HEALING (2024) DIR Julien Temple SCR Matthew Broughton, Marvin Williams CAM Steve Organ MUS Vassal Benford CAST Jesse L. Martin, Vicky Krieps (Eugenie Vis), Elarica Johnson, Clarke Peters, S. Epatha Merkerson, Rowena King, Hana Sofia Lopes, Dwight Henry, Julian Nest
ROMMEL (2012) DIR – SCR Nikolaus Stein von Kamienski [Niki Stein] PROD Nico Hoffmann, Ariane Krampe, Jürgen Schuster, Sascha Schwingel CAM Arthur W. Ahrweiler ED Corina Dietz MUS Ulrik Spies, Jacki Engelken CAST Ulrich Tukur, Rolf Kanies, Arthur Klemt, Tim Bergmann, Benjamin Sadler, Thomas Limpinsel, Vicky Krieps (Countess La Rochefoucauld)
ELLY BEINHORN – ALLEINFLUG (2014) DIR Christine Hartmann PROD Ariane Krampe SCR Christine Hartmann, Rodica Döhnert CAM Emre Erkmen ED Sabine Brose MUS Fabian Römer CAST Vicky Krieps (Elly Beinhorn), Max Riemelt, Rory Acton Burnell, Christian Berkel, Colin Moss, Harald Krassnitzer, Lennart Betzgen
DAS ZEGENHAUS (2014) DIR Matti Geschonneck PROD Oliver Berben, Sarah Kirkegaard SCR Magnus Vattrodt (novel “Das Zeugenhaus – Nürnberg 1945: Als Täter und Opfer unter einem Dach zusammentrafen”  by Christiane Kohl) CAM Judith Kaufmann ED Karola Mittelstädt MUS Annette Focks CAST Tobias Moretti, Iris Berben, Matthias Brandt, Samuel Finzi, Johanna Gastdorf, Britta Hammelstein, Vicky Krieps (Marie-Claude Vaillant-Couturier)
TAG DER WARHEIT (2015) DIR Anna Justice PROD Alexandra Kordes, Meike Kordes SCR Johannes W. Betz CAM Adrian Cranage ED Ulrike Leipold MUS Julian Maas, Christoph Kaiser CAST Florian Lukas, Vicky Krieps (Marie Hoffmann), Benjamin Sadler, Laurent Stocker, Christoph Moosbrugger, Nico Rogner, Jules Armana
MON CHER PETIT VILLAGE (2015) DIR Gabriel Le Bomin PROD Bruno Petit, Nelly Kafsky SCR Eric Eider, Ivan Piettre (original story by Sarah Romano, Iris Strauss, Bruno Saignez) CAM Jean-Marie Dreijou ED Bertrand Collard MUS Ivan Beck CAST Laurent Stockner, Katja Riemann, Eric Savin, Claude Gensac, Philippe Duquesne, Vicky Krieps (Elisabeth), Aurélia Petit
BERLIN 1 (2015) DIR Marvin Kren PROD Quirin Berg, Max Wiedemann SCR Benjamin Hessler, Arndt Stüwe (story by Thorsten Wettcke, Chris Silber; original idea by Martin Kluger, Thomas Teubner) CAM Armin Franzen ED Lars Jordan, Philipp Stahl MUS Stefan Will, Marco Dreckköoter CAST Friedrich Mücke, Tobias Moretti, Antje Traue, Emilia Schüle, Frederick Lau, Vicky Krieps (Charlotta Barnekow)