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India Hair

member of the Revelation Jury of the 47th American Film Festival


"The cinema is a place of refuge… A place with people I would never have met otherwise, and who, at the end of the film, become friends." India Hair

Born to a Franco-American father and an English mother, India Hair landed her first film role in 2011 in "Before Dawn" by Raphaël Jacoulot. A year later, she received the Lumières Prize for best female hope and a nomination for the César for best female hope for her performance in "Camille redouble" by Noémie Lvovsky. She then goes on as well roles in the cinema ("Rester vertical" by Alain Guiraudie (2016), "Petit paysan" by Hubert Charuel (2017), "Crash Test Aglaé" by Eric Gravel (2017) or, more recently , "Mandibules" by Quentin Dupieux (2020)) than on the small screen ("La Bête curieuse" by Laurent Perreau (2017), the series "Mouche" by Jeanne Herry (2019) or "La Maladroite" by Eleonore Faucher ( 2019). This year, India Hair is once again nominated for the César for Most Promising Actress for her role in "Poissonsexe" by Olivier Babinet. She will soon be on Arte in the miniseries "Les Hautes Herbes" by Jérôme Bonnell and on the great screen in "The Line" of Ursula Meier and "A young girl who goes well", the first feature film by Sandrine Kiberlain.