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M (2014)
In Pre-Production
Adèle as Lila
Genre: Currently Unknown
Director: Sara Forestier
More Information | Photos | Official Site

Qui vive (2014)
In Post-Production
Adèle as Jenny
Genre: Drama
Director: Marianne Tardieu
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Rochemort (2014)
In Post-Production
Adèle as Anne Rochemort
Genre: Adventure
Director: Jonathan Helpert
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Voyage vers la mère (2014)
In Post-Production
Adèle as Marie Louise
Genre: Drama
Director: Mikhail Kosyrev-Nesterov
More Information | Photos | Official Site

Blue Is the Warmest Color (2013)
In Select Theaters
Adèle as Adèle
Genre: Drama, Romance
Director: Abdellatif Kechiche
More Information | Photos | Official Site

I Used to Be Darker (2013)
Limited Release
Adèle as Camille
Genre: Drama
Director: Matthew Porterfield
More Information | Photos | Official Site

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Quoting Adèle

Some people want me to be a gay militant. I have hate messages on Facebook, racist or homophobic: they talk about an Arabic man making two girls have sex. Then some people say, ‘Will she be good in the next film or is it just Abdellatif Kechiche?’ I’m only 19. Stop asking me what I’m going to do tomorrow. I don’t know.

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April 22nd, 2014

HOLLYWOOD REPORTER – Adele Exarchopoulos, part of the Blue is the Warmest Color trio of director Abdellatif Kechiche and co-star Lea Seydoux that won an historical joint Palme d’Or last year, will turn heads and likely conjure press interest on her return to the Croisette with her turn in Que Vive, directed by Marianne Tardideu.

The movie, set to unspool as one of nine titles in this year’s L’Acid, an unofficial sidebar of movies which is run in parallel to the Cannes Film Festival. The sidebar mostly focuses on French films, and aims to give them an international stage when all the world’s film press is in town, as well as secure international distribution.

Reda Kateb (Zero Dark Thirty) also stars alongside Exarchopoulos in Tardideu’s family drama.

Other films set to unspool in the sidebar include new features by Petr Vaclav, whose movie Marian won the Silver Leopard in Locarno in 1996 and Aurelia Georges whose The Walking Man played San Sebastian Film Festival in 2007.

Vaclav will hit the Croisette with Cesta Ven, a drama about a couple of young gypsies trying to out down roots while Georges brings La Fille et Le Fleuve about love, life and death to Cannes.

The indie organization has been growing its Cannes program in recent years with the help of French organizations the National Cinema Center (CNC) and the Society of Dramatic Authors and Composers (SACD). The edgy sidebar, which last year played host to Justin Triet’s Age of Panic (La Bataille De Solferino) and 2 Autumns, 3 Winters, directed by Sebastien Betbeder, will also feature Brooklyn, by Pascal Tessaud, a guerilla-style street movie starring real-life rapper KT Gorique set in the rough Parisian suburb of Saint Denis. Two documentaries will also be screened, Claudine Bories and Patrice Chagnard’s Les Regles du Jeu about young adults looking for work in the new economy and Ioanis Nuget’s Spartacus & Cassandra about two gypsy children who are adopted and struggling in their new lives.

April 12th, 2014

With thanks to the lovely Ivonne for some of her donations, I have updated the gallery with scans of Adéle in various publications including Numéro Homme, ELLE France and Vogue Paris.

April 12th, 2014

With huge thanks to my lovely friend Lora, I’ve updated the gallery with some additional photoshoots of Adèle taken this year. She photographs so well!

April 12th, 2014

I’d like to take the time to apologize for the lack of updates on the site recently. I’m slowly working on catching up with what is missing, beginning with this beautiful photoshoot of Adèle for her Ela Stone campaign.

March 5th, 2014

Earlier today, Adèle was in attendance at Paris Fashion Week alongside her friend and Blue Is the Warmest Color co-star, Léa Seydoux. She was photographed at both the Louis Vuitton and Miu Miu presentations–both great looks for her!

February 28th, 2014

Many congratulations to Adèle, who won the award for Most Promising Actress at the César Film Awards in Paris just a short time ago. I’ve added a few photos from the ceremony to the gallery, be sure to check back later for more additions.

February 22nd, 2014

I have added a photo of Adèle featured in the latest issue of TANK magazine to the gallery. In addition, you can read her interview with the publication by clicking here–hopefully that Judd Apatow wish comes true for her!

February 9th, 2014

I’ve uploaded a gorgeous new photoshoot of Adèle from her cover feature on the current issue of Madame Figaro to the gallery. I’ll work on adding scans from the magazine very soon.

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