Fidelio: Alice's Odyssey

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Fidelio: Alice's Odyssey
Fidelio, l'odyssée d'Alice poster.jpg
Film poster
Directed by Lucie Borleteau
Produced by Pascal Caucheteux
Marine Arrighi de Casanova
Olivier Père
Written by Lucie Borleteau
Clara Bourreau
Mathilde Boisseleau
Starring Ariane Labed
Melvil Poupaud
Anders Danielsen Lie
Music by Thomas De Pourquery
Cinematography Simon Beaufils
Edited by Guy Lecorne
Distributed by Pyramide Distribution
Release date
  • 29 August 2014 (2014-08-29) (Locarno Film Festival)
  • 24 December 2014 (2014-12-24)
Running time
97 minutes
Country France
Language French
Budget $4 million[1]
Box office $440.000[2]

Fidelio: Alice's Odyssey (French: Fidelio, l'odyssée d'Alice), also titled Fidelio: Alice's Journey, is a 2014 French drama film directed by Lucie Borleteau.[3]


  • Ariane Labed as Alice
  • Melvil Poupaud as Gaël
  • Anders Danielsen Lie as Felix
  • Pascal Tagnati as Antoine
  • Jean-Louis Coulloc'h as Barbereau
  • Nathanaël Maïni as Frédéric
  • Bogdan Zamfir as Vali
  • Corneliu Dragomirescu as Constantin
  • Manuel Ramirez as Felizardo
  • Laure Calamy as Nadine Legall
  • Jan Privat as Patrick Legall
  • Luc Catania as Patrick Legall (voice)


Award / Film Festival Category Recipients and nominees Result
40th César Awards[4] Most Promising Actress Ariane Labed Nominated
Best First Feature Film Nominated
Les Arcs European Film Festival[5] Press Prize Won
Women in Film Prize Lucie Borleteau Won
Locarno International Film Festival[6] Best Actress Ariane Labed Won
Europa Cinemas Label Award Won
20th Lumières Awards[7] Most Promising Actress Ariane Labed Nominated


  1. ^ "Fidelio, l'odyssée d'Alice". JP's Box-Office.
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  3. ^ "'Fidelio: Alice's Journey' ('Fidelio: L'odyssee d'Alice'): Locarno Review". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 30 December 2014.
  4. ^ "Juliette Binoche, Marion Cotillard, Kristen Stewart Among France's Cesar Awards Nominees". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 31 January 2015.
  5. ^ "Yury Bykov's 'The Fool' Wins Top Prize at Les Arcs". Variety. Retrieved 30 December 2014.
  6. ^ "Fidelio, l'odyssée d'Alice wins the Europa Cinemas Label in Locarno". Creative Europe. Archived from the original on 22 November 2014. Retrieved 30 December 2014.
  7. ^ "France's Lumiere Awards Nominations Unveiled". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 13 January 2015.

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