Not to be confused with Sara Adler.

Sarah Adler (Hebrew: שרה אדלר‎‎; born 1978) is a French and Israeli actress with dual citizenship.[1]

Career

She is probably the best known for her roles in films Stones (2004), directed by Raphael Nadjari; Our Music (2004), directed by Jean-Luc Godard; and Marie Antoinette (2006). Adler was nominated for European Film Award for Best Actress for her performance in Our Music, and Ophir Award for Best Actress for her performance in Jellyfish which won the Cannes Film Festivals' Caméra d'or.

Filmography

Title Year Role Notes
Afraid of Everything 1999 Iris
Dresden 1999 Woman in Coffee Shop
Upheaval 2001 Unknown Short Film
French Variety 2003 Pascale Variété française
Stones 2004 Lili אבנים (Avanim)
Our Music 2004 Judith Lerner Notre musique
Nominated—European Film Award for Best Actress
Year Zero 2004 Anna שנת אפס (Shnat Effes)
How I Feel 2005 Unknown Short Film
Nina's House 2005 Marlène La maison de Nina
Marie Antoinette 2006 Comtesse d'Artois
The Case of the Week 2006 Anna TV Series (2006–09)
פרשת השבוע (Parashat Ha Shavua)
Jellyfish 2007 Batia מדוזות (Meduzot)
Nominated—Ophir Award for Best Actress
Ultimatum 2009 Tamar Ultimatum
Andante 2010 Sarah אנדנטה (Andante)
Bachelor Days Are Over 2011 Léa Pourquoi tu pleures?
Restoration 2011 Hava בוקר טוב אדון פידלמן (Boker Tov Adon Fidelman/Good Morning Mr. Fidelman)
Aya 2012 Aya

Nominated for the Oscars 2015

Ana Arabia 2013 Miriam
Self Made 2014 Michal
Dawn 2014 Ilana
Tsili 2014 Tsili

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Nominated Work Result
2004 European Film Awards Best Actress Our Music Nominated
2007 Ophir Awards Best Actress Jellyfish Nominated
2015
Oscars
Short Films
Aya

References

  1. ^ Halutz, Doron; Melnikov, Ilya (Dec 16, 2011). "There's something unusual about Sarah Adler". Haaretz. Tel Aviv, Israel. Retrieved Oct 28, 2013. 

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