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19th Lumières Awards

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19th Lumières Awards
Date20 January 2014
SiteEspace Pierre Cardin, Paris, France
Hosted byEstelle Martin and Patrick Fabre
Best FilmBlue Is the Warmest Colour
Best DirectorAbdellatif Kechiche
Best ActorGuillaume Gallienne
Best ActressLéa Seydoux
Most awardsBlue Is the Warmest Colour (4)
Most nominationsThe French Minister (6)
Television coverage

The 19th Lumières Awards ceremony, presented by the Académie des Lumières, was held on 20 January 2014, at the Espace Pierre Cardin in Paris. The ceremony was chaired by actress Carole Bouquet. Television journalist Estelle Martin and director Patrick Fabre were the hosts for the night. Blue Is the Warmest Colour won four awards including Best Film. Other winners included Me, Myself and Mum, The French Minister, Venus in Fur, Grand Central, Horses of God and The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet.[1][2]

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Winners and nominees

Carole Bouquet, President of the ceremony.
Carole Bouquet, President of the ceremony.

Winners are listed first and highlighted in bold.

Best Film Best Director

Blue Is the Warmest Colour

Abdellatif KechicheBlue Is the Warmest Colour

Best Actor Best Actress

Guillaume GallienneMe, Myself and Mum

Léa SeydouxBlue Is the Warmest Colour & Grand Central

Most Promising Actor Most Promising Actress

Raphaël PersonnazThe French Minister & Marius

Adèle ExarchopoulosBlue Is the Warmest Colour

Best First Film Best Screenplay

Me, Myself and Mum

  • Little Lion
  • Turning Tide
  • Headfirst
  • Nous irons vivre ailleurs
  • Beyond the Blood

David Ives and Roman PolanskiVenus in Fur

Best French-Language Film Best Cinematography

Horses of God

Thomas HardmeierThe Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet

Special Jury Prize

Grand CentralRebecca Zlotowski

See also


  1. ^ "Léa Seydoux et Adèle Exarchopoulos brillent aux prix Lumières". Télérama. Retrieved 27 November 2014.
  2. ^ "'Blue Is The Warmest Color' Wins Big At Gaul's Lumiere Awards". Variety. Retrieved 27 November 2014.

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