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17 December 2013 à 18:13

Blue is the Warmest Color heats up its international appeal

Blue is the Warmest Color and its lead actress Adèle Exarchopoulos have scooped up a growing number of international awards.

The British and Americans are on the same page when it comes to Blue is the Warmest Color, which is currently amassing a multitude of awards, notably from international film critics. Here is an update on the film's latest accolades and nominations, as well as some of the not-to-be-missed award ceremonies in upcoming weeks:

British Independent Film Awards: Best Independent Film
New York Film Critics' Circle Awards: Best Foreign Language Film
Los Angeles Film Critics' Awards: Best Actress (Adèle Exarchopoulos), Best Foreign Film
San Francisco Film Critics' Awards: Best Foreign Language Film

Golden Globes: Nomination in the Best Foreign Language Film category
Broadcast Film Critics Awards: two nominations (Best Foreign Language Film and Best Actress for Adèle Exarchopoulos)
European Film Awards:
Two nominations (Best Film, Best Director)

And finally, Blue Is the Warmest Color has just received, in France this time, the prestigious Louis-Delluc prize.

Author : Grégory Alexandre

Latest update : 23 December 2013 à 18:13 CET

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