The 'Chloe' actress will be acknowledged 'for her ability to represent both mainstream Hollywood and independent movies' at the upcoming festival.
Actress Julianne Moore will be the toast of the upcoming Rome Film Festival in Italy when she is honored for her career achievements. "The Hours" star will premiere her latest movie, "The Kids Are All Right", at the annual event and she will be acknowledged by festival organizers for her ability to represent both mainstream Hollywood and independent movies, according to artistic director Piera Detassis.
The 2010 Rome Film Festival will also mark the 50th anniversary of director Federico Fellini's "La Dolce Vita" with a special screening of the restored classic. Actresses Keira Knightley and Eva Mendes will open the event on October 28 with their new marital drama "Last Night".
Julianne Moore first gained attention after winning a Daytime Emmy Award for her role on soap opera "As the World Turns". She later began landing roles in movies such as "Magnolia", "Far from Heaven", "A Single Man" and "Chloe".