Magazine article Screen International

Amour Continues Winning Streak at French Lumière Awards

Magazine article Screen International

Amour Continues Winning Streak at French Lumière Awards

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Rust and Bone, Camille Rewinds (Camille Redouble) also come away with prizes.

Michael Haneke's Amour won best film at the Lumière Awards, the French equivalent of the Golden Globes judged by the international press community in Paris, in a ceremony presided over by Spanish actress Victoria Abril on Friday evening.

Other titles in the category comprised Rust and Bone, Camille Rewinds (Camille Redouble), Holy Motors and Farewell My Queen.

Amour's octogenarian co-stars Emmanuelle Riva and Jean-Louis Trintignant clinched best actress and best actor.

The Foreign Language Oscar-nominated picture did not, however, sweep the board. Jacques Audiard picked up best director for Rust and Bone. The filmmaker also shared the best screenplay prize with his co-writer Thomas Bidegain. …

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