After law studies, the young Alice Winocour enters the FEMIS in the section production first of all, to finally join the scenario section. In 2003, she co-writes and plays in the short film Orpheus, adaptation of the famous myth. Winner in 2004 of the Prize of the Future for the best scenario rewarding young scriptwriters, she writes and realizes her first short film Kitchen in 2005 with Elina Löwensohn in the lead, the short film which will be presented in Cannes in competition the same year. In 2006, she is going to find Elina Löwensohn for a medium-length film the shooting of which will take place in Switzerland. In 2011, the young woman realizes Augustine, her first full-length film with Soko and Vincent Lindon.