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18 February 2004 à 13:02
2004 Lumiere Awards
Foreign media correspondents based in Paris have announced the 9th Lumiere Awards, in honor of French film production, with “The Triplets of Belleville” voted Best Film of the Year.
The Lumiere Awards were presented at a gala evening held at the Cinema des Cinéastes in Paris February 17, 2004, in the presence of numerous leading lights of the French movie scene.
2004 Lumiere Awards:
Best Film: “The Triplets of Belleville” by Sylvain Chomet
Best Director: Alain Resnais for “Pas sur la bouche”
Best Actress: Sylvie Testud for “Stupeur et Tremblements” by Alain Corneau
Best Actor: Bruno Todeschini for “His Brother” by Patrice Chéreau
Best Screenplay: Julie Bertuccelli and Bernard Rennucci for “Since Otar Left” by Julie Bertucceli
Most Promising Actress: Sasha Andres for “Elle est des nôtres” by Siegrid Alnoy
Most Promising Actor: Grégori Dérangère for “Bon Voyage” by Jean-Paul Rappeneau
Best French-language Film: “The Barbarian Invasions” by Denys Arcand
Founded at the initiative of Daniel Toscan du Plantier, the Lumiere Awards bear witness to the strong connection between French films in the international arena and the important role played by foreign media representatives in Paris.
For this 9th edition of the Lumiere Awards, all French feature films released in France in 2003 were voted on by a jury composed of over 200 foreign media correspondents from around 50 countries.
The “Association Les Lumieres” is supported by the Centre National de la Cinématographie, the Paris City Hall and the television channel TV5.
Christophe Kerambrun & Yoan Jéronymos
Tel: (33 1) 43 73 12 01/12 16 - Fax: (33 1) 43 73 12 93
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