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You are in: Home > 2002. 50th Edition  > Awards and Jury Members > Official Selection Jury Members > ARIANE ASCARIDE
ARIANE ASCARIDE
 

(Marseilles, France, 1954) After studying sociology at the University of Aix-en-Provence, where she met the man who was to become her husband, the director Robert Guédiguian, she moved to Paris to continue her studies with Pierre Vial, Antoine Vitez and Marcel Bluwal at the National Conservatory of Dramatic Art. She made her theatrical debut together with her brother Pierre Ascaride in the show "Aventures, spectacles à domicile". After taking part in various films in small roles, she found her first important leading role in Dernier été, by Robert Guédiguian, the first of the ten films that the director and actress have made together. In the 80's and early 90's, Ariane devoted herself to her children Valentine y Madeleine, and worked exclusively with her husband to become the visible face of the militant ideas in Guédiguian's films. Chroniclers of life in the port district of L'Estaque in Marseilles, it was not until halfway through 1995 that both of them achieved international success with Marius et Jeannette, the sixth film they had made together. Presented at the Festival de Cannes Film Festival it won her the César for Best Actress in 1996. Since then Ariane Ascaride, as well as continuing to work closely with her husband, has also worked with Dominique Cabrera, Olivier Ducastel, Jacques Martineau Alain Guesnier, Jean-Pierre Améris and Jean-Louis Milési, among others. Her most recent films have been, Marie-Jo et ses deux amours, by Robert Guédiguian, Ma vrai vie à Rouen, by Olivier Ducastel and Jacques Martineau, and Lulu, de Jean-Henri Roger.

 

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