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Adèle Haenel • Actress

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22-year-old Adèle Haenel made her screen acting debut in 2002 in the lead role of Christophe Ruggia's The Devils. In 2007, she resumed acting and received a César nomination as Best Female Hope for her role in Céline Sciamma's Water Lilies [+see also:
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After appearing in films during her studies, Adèle finally opted for an acting career from 2010 and made four films in a row, three of which were selected for Cannes 2011: Valérie Mrjeen's Iris in Bloom [+see also:
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, Bertrand Bonello's House of tolerance [+see also:
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, and Jean Jacques Jauffret's Heat Wave, while Caroline Deruas' short Les Enfants de la nuit won a Silver Leopard in Locarno. She has since worked on Catherine Corsini’s Trois Mondes, Sylvie Verheyde's Confession of a child of the century and Elie Wajeman's Alyah.


Shooting Stars 2012

Hilmar Gudjônsson - Iceland

Jakub Gierszal - Poland

Bill Skarsgård - Sweden


Max Hubacher - Switzerland

Riz Ahmed - UK

Anna Maria Mühe - Germany

Ana Ularu - Romania

Antonia Campbell-Huges - Ireland


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