Alice Barnole

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Alice Barnole
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Alice Barnole at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival
Prades, France
💼 Occupation
Actress and Film Director

Alice Barnole, born in Prades en 1986.[1], is a french actress and film director.

She first carries out literary studies with theater option[1], in Montluçon. In 2003, she takes drama lessons in the company Euphoric Mouvance directed by Bruno Bonjean. After a Commedia dell'arte training with Carlo Boso, she studies at the drama school Les Enfants Terribles in Paris (2005-2007) directed by Jean-Bernard Feitussi, and at the Studio de l'Aigle (2007-2009) directed by Antonio Ferreira, where she follows a master class with Bernard Hiller[2],[3]

In 2014, she follows a dubbing/voice-over course at the Institute of Dubbing and Audiovisual Professions. In 2017 she joins the formation "Practical documentary realization" at the Jean Rouch's founded Ateliers Varan, under the direction of Marie-Claude Treillou and Jean-Noel Cristiani, where she follows the classes of Alice Diop, Jean-Louis Comolli, Abbas Fahdel…


Year Title Author Notes
2003–05 L'Éveil du printemps Frank Wedekind Creation and production



Year Title Role Director Notes
2011 House of Tolerance (in french L'Apollonide : Souvenirs de la maison close) Madeleine Bertrand Bonello
2012 Renoir The girl in the cabaret Gilles Bourdos
2013 Nos héros sont morts ce soir Anna David Perrault
2014 Saint Laurent Madeleine Bertrand Bonello
2016 A Couple (in french "Un Couple") Anaïs David Steiner Short Film
2016 Je les aime tous Leonore, the daughter Guillaume Kozakiewiez Short Film
2017 Lovedoll Claire Louise Pagès Short Film

Film Director[edit]

Year Title Notes
2017 God Bless Claude François Short Film[4]


  • 2011 : Pre-selection at the César Award for Most Promising Actress
  • 2012 : Lumières Award for Most Promising Actress, for her role of Madeleine in House of Tolerance
  • 2012 : "Mague de la culture" Award, best female newcomer
  • 2013 : "Mague de la culture" Award, best actress "not seen enough" in 2012


  1. 1.0 1.1 "Alice Barnole, fille en joie". Libé (in français). Retrieved 2018-01-31.
  2. "Portrait | Alice Barnole | Rough Dreams". (in français). Retrieved 2018-01-31.
  3. CC.Communication/CanalCast.Com. "Alice Barnole - Fiche Artiste - Artiste interprète". Retrieved 2018-01-31.
  4. "BnF Catalogue général". (in français). 2017. Retrieved 2018-01-31.

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