20th Lumières Awards

20th Lumières Awards
Date 2 February 2015
Site Espace Pierre Cardin, Paris, France
Hosted by Estelle Martin and Patrick Fabre
Best Film Timbuktu
Best Actor Gaspard Ulliel
Best Actress Karin Viard
Most awards Timbuktu, La Famille Bélier and Love at First Fight (2)
Most nominations Saint Laurent (5)

The 20th Lumières Awards ceremony, presented by the Académie des Lumières, was held on 2 February 2015, at the Espace Pierre Cardin in Paris. Nominations were announced on 12 January 2015. Saint Laurent garnered the most nominations with a total of five.[1][2][3] Timbuktu, La Famille Bélier and Love at First Fight won two awards each.[4]

Winners and nominees

Gaspard Ulliel, Best Actor winner.
Karin Viard, Best Actress winner.
Kévin Azaïs, Most Promising Actor winner.
Louane Emera, Most Promising Actress winner.
Best Film Best Director


Abderrahmane SissakoTimbuktu

Best Actor Best Actress

Gaspard UllielSaint Laurent

Karin ViardLa Famille Bélier & Lulu femme nue

Most Promising Actor Most Promising Actress

Kévin AzaïsLove at First Fight

Louane EmeraLa Famille Bélier

Best First Film Best Screenplay

Love at First Fight

Serial (Bad) WeddingsPhilippe de Chauveron and Guy Laurent

Best French-Language Film Best Cinematography

Two Days, One Night

  • C'est eux les chiens...
  • Fièvres
  • L'Oranais
  • Mommy
  • Run

Rémy ChevrinÀ la vie

Special Jury Prize

GirlhoodCéline Sciamma

Honorary Lumières

Jean-Pierre Mocky

Films with multiple nominations and awards

The following films received multiple nominations:

Nominations Film
5 Saint Laurent
4 Three Hearts
La Famille Bélier
Love at First Fight
Not My Type
Wild Life
Elle l'adore
La Crème de la crème
Next Time I'll Aim for the Heart
In the Name of My Daughter
High Society
May Allah Bless France!

Guy Laurent and Philippe de Chauveron, Best Screenplay winners.
The Dardenne Brothers, directors of the Best French-Language Film winner Two Days, One Night.
Karidja Touré, Céline Sciamma and Assa Sylla, cast and director of the Special Jury Prize winner Girlhood.

The following films received multiple awards:

Awards Film
La Famille Bélier
Love at First Fight

See also

Jean-Pierre Mocky, Honorary Lumières recipient.


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