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Judith Chemla

Judith Chemla
Judith Chemla 2017.jpg
Judith Chemla in 2017
Born (1985-07-05) 5 July 1985 (age 35)
Gentilly, France
OccupationActress
Years active2007–present

Judith Chemla (born 5 July 1985) is a French actress.[1][2]

Life and career

In 2012, Chemla appeared in Camille Rewinds,[3] for which she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress at the 38th César Awards.[4]

On 10 April 2020, during the coronavirus lockdown, Chemla was one of a handful of people to take part in a Good Friday service led by Michel Aupetit, Archbishop of Paris, in the Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris, still being rebuilt after being damaged by fire a year earlier. All wore protective clothing.[5] Chemla read, and gave an a capella rendition of Ave Maria.[6]

Filmography

Year Title Role Director Notes
2007 Hellphone Margot James Huth
Let's Dance The student Noémie Lvovsky
2008 A Day at the Museum Rosine Bagnole Jean-Michel Ribes
Versailles Nina Pierre Schoeller
Le petit chaperon rouge Delphine Shinji Aoyama Short
2009 La fenêtre The woman Anne-Sophie Rouvillois Short
Suite noire Mathilde Claire Devers TV Series (1 Episode)
2010 The Princess of Montpensier Catherine de Guise Bertrand Tavernier
De vrais mensonges Paulette Pierre Salvadori
Je suis un no man's land Chloé Thierry Jousse
Sur la tête de Bertha Boxcar The girl Soufiane Adel & Angela Terrail Short
2011 Les pseudonymes Isabelle Nicolas Engel Short
2012 Camille Rewinds Josepha Noémie Lvovsky (2) Lumières Award for Most Promising Actress
Nominated – César Award for Best Supporting Actress
Fuir Marie Dénilier Virginia Bach Short
Miroir mon amour Snow White Siegrid Alnoy TV Movie
Spiral Sophie Mazerat Jean-Marc Brondolo, Manuel Boursinhac, ... TV Series (12 Episodes)
2013 15 jours ailleurs Hélène Didier Bivel TV Movie
Luchon International Film Festival – Best Young Actress
Le Boeuf clandestin Roberte Gérard Jourd'hui TV Movie
2014 In the Name of My Daughter Françoise André Téchiné
Atlit Asia Shirel Amitay
Tout est permis Claire Émilie Deleuze TV Movie
2015 This Summer Feeling Zoé Mikhaël Hers
2016 A Woman's Life Jeanne Le Perthuis des Vauds Stéphane Brizé Nominated – César Award for Best Actress
Nominated – Lumières Award for Best Actress
L'âge de raison Sophie Mathilde Petit Short
Maman Elsa Victoria Musiedlak Short
Guillaume à la dérive Sylvain Dieuaide Short
2017 C'est la vie ! Héléna Olivier Nakache & Éric Toledano
Drôle de père Camille Amélie van Elmbt
2018 Maya

Theater

Year Title Author Director
2008 L'Illusion Comique Pierre Corneille Galin Stoev
The Misanthrope Molière Lukas Hemleb
Douce vengeance et autres sketches Hanoch Levin Galin Stoev (2)
2009 Figaro lässt sich scheiden [de] Ödön von Horváth Jacques Lassalle
Sik-sik, l'artefice magico Eduardo De Filippo Dan Jemmett
2010 Tue-Tête Judith Chemla Judith Chemla
2010–11 The Sweet Hereafter Russell Banks Emmanuel Meirieu
2011 Le Babil des classes dangereuses Valère Novarina Denis Podalydès
2011–12 L’Entêtement Rafael Spregelburd Marcial Di Fonzo Bo & Élise Vigier
2013 Le crocodile trompeur/Didon et Enée Samuel Achache & Jeanne Candel Samuel Achache & Jeanne Candel
2014 The Annunciation of Marie Paul Claudel Yves Beaunesne
2016 Traviata, vous méritez un avenir meilleur Benjamin Lazar Benjamin Lazar

References

  1. ^ "Judith Chemla". Gala. Retrieved May 25, 2015.
  2. ^ "Judith Chemla". Premiere. Archived from the original on May 25, 2015. Retrieved May 25, 2015.
  3. ^ Chang, Justin (June 5, 2012). "Review: 'Camille Rewinds'". Variety. Retrieved May 25, 2015.
  4. ^ Keslassy, Elsa (January 25, 2013). "'Camille Rewinds' leads Cesar race". Variety. Retrieved May 25, 2015.
  5. ^ Salomé Vincendon (10 April 2020). "Vendredi saint à Notre-Dame". bfmtv.com. BFM TV.
  6. ^ "L'émouvante interprétation de l'Ave Maria chanté par la comédienne Judith Chemla". BFM TV YouTube Channel. 10 April 2020.

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