Actress & Director

Born in Quebec in 1983, Monia Chokri studied acting at Montreal’s Conservatoire d'art dramatique. She founded the Compagnie du Bunker and began her career in theatre, starring among others in “La fureur de ce que je pense” by Nelly Arcan. In 2011, she performed in a tribute to Gainsbourg (“Initiales S.G.”) at the FrancoFolies de Montréal. Her first big-screen role was in “L’Âge des ténèbres” by Denys Arcand. She has also starred in two films by Xavier Dolan, including “Laurence Anyways”, for which she won the Jutra Award for best supporting actress. In 2013, she directed the short film “Quelqu’un d’extraordinaire”, which won the Jutra Award for best short film and has garnered numerous other awards, including best short film at the South by Southwest festival. She has recently starred in “Réparer les vivants” by Katell Quillévéré. 

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LOST WEEKEND - Call for participants

For the 12th Edition of Luxembourg City Film Festival, the FILMREAKTER filmmakers' association, in partnership with the LuxFilmFest and with the support of the Œuvre National de Secours Grande-Duchesse Charlotte,... → More


Join us at Ciné Utopia Wednesday, February 9th at 7:30 PM for this month's LuxFilmLab at Ciné Utopia in the presence of the director, for a screening of Damien Odoul's... → More

Discover the 2022 Young Audiences Programme

IT'S HERE! Discover the 2022 Young Audiences 2022 programme! This year from March 3rd to March 13th, 2022, young cinephiles, parents and teachers will once again enjoy an array of... → More