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Aure Atika at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival
|Born||12 July 1970|
Monte Estoril, Portugal
|Years active||1979; 1992; 1995–present|
Aure Atika (born 12 July 1970) is a French actress, writer and director.
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Born to Jewish-Moroccan Ode Atika Bitton and Frenchman Michel Fournier, his father was born in Algeria from the Aimeur family of film actors and directors, Atika grew up in Paris. She won the 2004 Best French-Language Short Film Award at the Créteil International Women's Film Festival for À quoi ça sert de voter écolo? (What's the Point of Voting Green?) (2003) and was nominated for the 2010 César Award for Best Supporting Actress for Mademoiselle Chambon (2009). Atika has one daughter, Angelica (February 2002), with Philippe Zdar of house music group, Cassius.
Moroccan Jews are the Jews who live or have lived in Morocco. Some Jews migrated to this area and settled among the Berbers. They were later met by a second wave of migration from the Iberian peninsula in the period immediately preceding and following the 1492 Alhambra Decree, when the Jews were expelled from kingdoms of Spain, and soon afterwards, from Portugal as well. This second immigration wave deeply modified Moroccan jewry, who largely embraced the Andalusian Sephardic liturgy, making the Moroccan Jews switch to a mostly Sephardic identity.
The French are an ethnic group and nation who are identified with the country of France. This connection may be ethnic, legal, historical, or cultural.
Michel Fournier was a French cinematographer. He is most famous for his early collaborations with director Philippe Garrel.
|1995||Toujours les filles souffriront d'amour||Short film|
|1996||Homo automobilis||Short film|
|Just Do It||Short Film|
|La Vérité si je mens !|
|The Secret of Polichinelle||Aure|
|Long Live the Republic||Sabine|
|1999||Influence Peddling||Sandrine Anthen|
|Une vie de prince||Josée|
|2001||Would I Lie to You? 2||Karine|
|2004||Le quattro porte del deserto||Dassine|
|Turn Left at the End of the World||Simone Toledano|
|3 Dancing Slaves||Emilie|
|2005||Bonbon au poivre||Mélanie|
|The Beat That My Heart Skipped||Aline|
|2006||OSS 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies||Princess Al Tarouk|
|Hey Good Looking !||Léa|
|La vie d'artiste||Manager of Hippopotamus|
|Fear(s) of the Dark||Laura||Voice|
|2008||48 heures par jour||Marianne|
|2015||Dad in Training||Judith|
|2017||The Nature of Time|
|2003||À quoi ça sert de voter écolo?||Writer/Director||Short, title transl., "What's the point of voting Green?"[ citation needed ]|
|2007||De l'amour||Director||Short, title transl., "In Love"[ citation needed ]|
|2013||On ne badine pas avec Rosette||Director||Short, title transl., "You do not mess with Rosette"[ citation needed ]|
|2001||Combats de femme – Libre à tout prix||Maud|
|2012||World Without End||Queen Isabella||TV mini-series|
|2016||The Night Manager||Sophie (Sameera) Alekan||TV mini-series|
|2019||The Journey||Mysterious Woman||Super Bowl film|
|2001||Les enfants de la télé||Herself|
|2001–2006||Tout le monde en parle||Herself|
|2005||Le juge est une femme||Céline|
|Le grand journal de Canal+||Herself|
|2006||Tsunami: The Aftermath||Simone||Miniseries|
|2008||T'empêches tout le monde de dormir||Herself||1 episode|
|2014||Les hommes de l'ombre||Gabrielle Tackichieff||6 episodes|
|2017||Capitaine Marleau||Judith Garin||1 episode|
Michèle Morgan was a French film actress, who was a leading lady for three decades in both French cinema and Hollywood features. She is considered to have been one of the great French actresses of the 20th century. Morgan was the inaugural winner of the Best Actress Award at the Cannes Film Festival. In 1992, she was given an honorary César Award for her contributions to French cinema.
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Clash entre Aure Atika et le professeur Choron: En 1996, Aure Atika interviewe Jackie Berroyer pour Radio Nova. Très vite l'entretien dégènère avec le professeur Choron
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