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René Clair Award

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René Clair Award (French: Prix René-Clair) is an award instituted in 1994 and presented by the Académie française for achievements in the field of cinema. The prize was named after the French filmmaker René Clair.

Recipients

  • 1994: Alexandre Astruc
  • 1995: Robert Bresson
  • 1995: Pierre Billard (awarded vermeil medal for his work: L'Âge classique du cinéma français. Du cinéma parlant à la Nouvelle vague)
  • 1995: Jean-Michel Frodon (awarded vermeil medal for his work: L'Âge moderne du cinéma français. De la Nouvelle Vague à nos jours)
  • 1996: Edouard Molinaro
  • 1997: Jacques Rozier
  • 1998: Costa-Gavras
  • 1999: Roman Polanski
  • 2000: Patrice Leconte
  • 2001: Agnès Jaoui and Jean-Pierre Bacri
  • 2002: Agnès Varda
  • 2003: André Téchiné
  • 2004: Alain Corneau
  • 2005: Claude Chabrol
  • 2009: Agnès Varda
  • 2010: Xavier Giannoli
  • 2011: Danièle Thompson
  • 2012: Benoît Jacquot
  • 2013: Philippe Le Guay
  • 2014: Robert Guédiguian
  • 2015: Jacques Perrin
  • References

    René Clair Award Wikipedia


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