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You are in: Home > 2013. 61st Edition  > Awards and Jury Members > Official Selection Jury Members > Valeria Bruni Tedeschi
Valeria Bruni Tedeschi
 

Valeria Bruni Tedeschi attended theatre classes given by Pierre Romans and Patrice Chéreau at the École des Amandiers in Nanterre along with Agnès Jaoui, Vincent Pérez, Laurent Grévill, Marianne Denicourt and Bernard Nissille.

In 1987, she made her theatrical debut in Platonov by Anton Chekhov, directed by Patrice Chéreau.

In 1987, she was offered her first major film role in Patrice Chéreau’s Hôtel de France along with other students from the École des Amandiers.

They renewed their collaboration in 1998 with Ceux qui m’aiment prendront le train.

In 1993, she played in Les gens normaux n’ont rien d’exceptionnel, directed by Laurence Ferreira Barbosa, for which she won the Cesar for Best Supporting Actress (1994). Her collaboration with Noémie Lvovsky began with the short film Dis-moi oui, dis-moi non and was followed by her first feature film Oublie-moi.

She then successively starred in Claire Denis’ Nénette et Boni, Claude Chabrol’s Au Coeur du mensonge and Marion Vernoux’s Rien à faire. She was also offered prestigious roles in Italian movies such as in La Nourrice, directed by Marco Bellocchio, and La seconda volta, by Mimmo Calopresti. 5x2, anX-ray of the couple by François Ozon, and more recently, Cédric Kahn’s Les regrets.

In 1997, while co-writing the dialogues for Mots d’amour with Mimmo Calopresti, she acquired a taste for screenwriting. Five years later, she wrote and directed a semi-autobiographical film, Il est plus facile pour un chameau…, for which she won the Louis-Delluc Prize for Best First Film in 2003, as well as Best Actress and Best First Film at the Tribeca Film Festival that same year.

This was followed by Actrices in 2007, Un certain regard Special jury prize, and Un Château en Italie,screened in this year’s official selection at the Cannes Film Festival. All three films are co-written with Noémie Lvovsky and Agnès de Sacy.

In 2011, she once again joined Patrice Chéreau in theatre for Rêve d’automne by the Norwegian Jon Fosse.

 
Copyright : Manuele Geromini and Laura Villa Baroncelli for M le magazine du Monde
Copyright : Manuele Geromini and Laura Villa Baroncelli for M le magazine du Monde

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