Alice Rohrwacher

Alice Rohrwacher

Still: La chimera

Alice ROHRWACHER (1982, Italy) was born in Tuscany. She studied Literature and Philosophy, specialising in scriptwriting, at the University of Turin. Her feature debut Corpo celeste (2011) was the opening film at Directors' Fortnight in Cannes. In Rohrwacher's second feature, Le meraviglie/The Wonders (2014), her sister Alba Rohrwacher plays a leading role and the film won the Grand Prix at Cannes. In 2018  Lazarro felice/Happy as Lazarro was nominated for a Golden Palm and won the Best Screenplay award, at Cannes, as well as Best Feature at film festivals in Jerusalem and Chicago. In 2019, Rohrwacher was invited to join the jury for Cannes Film Festival. La chimera (2023) had its world premiere in Cannes, was selected to compete for the Golden Palm and is part of the official IFFR 2024 selection.


Checosamanca (2006, doc, co-dir), Corpo celeste (2011), Le meraviglie/The Wonders (2014), 9x10 novanta (segment Una canzone) (2014, doc), De Djess (2015, short), Lazzaro felice/Happy as Lazzaro (2018), Futura (2021, doc), Le Pupille (2022, short), La chimera (2023)

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