This year's Magritte Awards, which celebrate the most outstanding achievements in Belgian cinema, were announced at a ceremony held Saturday, February 7, 2015. France, which has close ties with the Belgian movie industry, featured strongly in the awards list, with a host of co-productions honored. Indeed, French co-productions picked up the majority of awards this year.
- Best Film, Best Director, Best Actor (Fabrizio Rongione): Two Days, One Night by Luc and Jean-Pierre Dardenne (minority French co-production)
- Best Foreign Co-Production: Minuscule: Valley of the Lost Ants by Hélène Giraud & Thomas Szabo (majority French co-production)
- Best Original Screenplay, Best Actress (Émilie Dequenne), Best Sound: Not My Type by Lucas Belvaux (majority French co-production)
- Best Supporting Actress (Lubna Azabal), Best Editing: The Marchers by Nabil Ben Yadir (majority French co-production)
- Best Supporting Actor: Jérémie Renier in Saint Laurent (100% French production)
- Best First Film: Je te survivrai by Sylvestre Sbille (minority French co-production)
- Best Cinematography: The Strange Color of Your Body's Tears by Hélène Cattet & Bruno Forzani (minority French co-production)
- Most Promising Actor: Marc Zinga in Scouting for Zebras by Benoît Mariage (minority French co-production)
- Most Promising Actress: Ambre Grouwels in Baby Balloon by Stefan Liberski (minority French co-production)
- Best Music: Puppy Love by Delphine Lehericey (minority French co-production)
- Best Short Film: A Town Called Panic: The Christmas Log by Stéphane Aubier & Vincent Patar (minority French co-production).
The French actor Pierre Richard was also presented with an honorary Magritte Award for his outstanding contribution to the movie industry.
Latest update : 16 February 2015 à 11:17 CET