Aure Atika

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Aure Atika
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Aure Atika at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival
Born (1970-07-12) 12 July 1970 (age 49)
Monte Estoril, Portugal
OccupationFilm actress
Years active1979; 1992; 1995–present
Partner(s)Philippe Zdar

Aure Atika (born 12 July 1970) is a French actress, writer and director.


Life and career

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.



1979 The Adolescent uncredited
1992Sam suffitEva
1995Toujours les filles souffriront d'amourloShort film
1996Homo automobilisShort film
1997EcchymoseShort Film
Just Do ItShort Film
La Vérité si je mens !
The Secret of PolichinelleAure
Long Live the RepublicSabine
1998(G)rève partyJulie
Bimboland Alex Baretto
1999Influence PeddlingSandrine Anthen
Une vie de princeJosée
2000Highway MelodyPérinne
Poetical Refugee Nassera
2001Would I Lie to You? 2Karine
2003Mister V.Cécile
2004Le quattro porte del desertoDassine
Turn Left at the End of the WorldSimone Toledano
Le convoyeurIsabelle
3 Dancing Slaves Emilie
Testament Nora
2005Bonbon au poivreMélanie
The Beat That My Heart Skipped Aline
2006 OSS 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies Princess Al Tarouk
Hey Good Looking ! Léa
2007 Ill Wind Frédérique
La vie d'artisteManager of Hippopotamus
Fear(s) of the Dark LauraVoice
2008 48 heures par jour Marianne
2009 Mademoiselle Chambon Anne-Marie
Sticky Fingers Maddy
2010 Copacabana Lydie
2013 Nesma Claire Slimane
2014 Avis de mistral Magali
2015 Dad in Training Judith
2017 The Nature of Time

As director

2003À quoi ça sert de voter écolo?Writer/DirectorShort, title transl., "What's the point of voting Green?"[ citation needed ]
2007De l'amourDirectorShort, title transl., "In Love"[ citation needed ]
2013On ne badine pas avec RosetteDirectorShort, title transl., "You do not mess with Rosette"[ citation needed ]


1999Premières neigesJuliette
2001Combats de femme – Libre à tout prixMaud
2012 World Without End Queen Isabella TV mini-series
2016 The Night Manager Sophie (Sameera) AlekanTV mini-series
2019The JourneyMysterious WomanSuper Bowl film

TV guest appearances

1995–1996Sexy ZapCo-Host
  • "(segment "Ça se regarde)" (22 September 1995 episode)
  • "(segment "Ça se regarde)" (5 January 1996 episode)
2001Les enfants de la téléHerself
  • 12 January 2001 episode
2001–2006Tout le monde en parleHerself
  • 3 March 2001 episode
  • 6 May 2006 episode
2005Le juge est une femmeCéline
  • Ficelle (2005) TV episode
Le grand journal de Canal+Herself
  • 7 April 2005 episode
2006 Tsunami: The Aftermath SimoneMiniseries
En apartéHerself
  • 30 April 2006 episode
2008T'empêches tout le monde de dormirHerself1 episode
2014Les hommes de l'ombreGabrielle Tackichieff6 episodes
2017 Capitaine Marleau Judith Garin1 episode

Awards and nominations

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