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I critici francesi consacrano 120 battiti al minuto

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- In inglese: L'opera di Robin Campillo si aggiudica il titolo di miglior film francese dell'anno. Grave è proclamato miglior opera prima

I critici francesi consacrano 120 battiti al minuto
Robin Campillo receiving the Best Film Award for BPM (Beats Per Minute) (© SFC)

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Last night, the French Union of Critics handed out its awards for 2017. At the ceremony, Best French Film of the Year went to BPM (Beats Per Minute) [+leggi anche:
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 by Robin Campillo, the winner of the Grand Prix at last year’s Cannes Film Festival. Produced by Hugues Charbonneau and Marie-Ange Luciani for Les Films de Pierre, the feature was co-produced by Page 114France 3 CinémaMemento Films Production and FD Productions. As well as being pre-purchased by Canal+ and Ciné+, it was backed by the CNC’s advance on receipts and the Centre region. Sold by Playtime, the film, which looks to be the favourite for the upcoming César Awards (the nominations for which will be made public on Wednesday 31 January), has racked up 813,000 admissions in French cinemas (courtesy of Memento Films Distribution).

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In the Best Foreign Film category, the critics singled out another Cannes award winner: Loveless [+leggi anche:
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by Russia’s Andrey Zvyagintsev (sold by Wild Bunch, 212,000 admissions in France, via Pyramide).

The Best French Debut Feature Award was taken home by another film that was revealed on the Croisette: Raw [+leggi anche:
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 by Julia Ducournau (unveiled in the 2016 Critics’ Week, sold by Wild Bunch, which also distributed it in France, where it racked up almost 150,000 admissions). As for Best Foreign Debut Feature, this was bestowed upon I Am Not a Witch [+leggi anche:
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 by Zambia’s Rungano Nyoni (which was premiered last May in the Cannes Directors’ Fortnight; sold by Kinology and distributed in France by Pyramide, taking a total of 33,000 admissions).

The list of the recipients of the awards handed out by the French Union of Critics (in the film category) is rounded off by the Best Unusual French-language Film Award, which went to Va, Toto! [+leggi anche:
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 by Pierre Creton (produced by Andolfi), and the Best Short Film Award, which was pocketed by Des hommes à la mer by Lorris Coulon (produced by Offshore).

Here is the complete list of winners:

Film awards 

Best French Film 
BPM (Beats Per Minute) [+leggi anche:
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 - Robin Campillo

Best Foreign Film 
Loveless [+leggi anche:
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- Andrei Zvyagintsev (Russia/France/Belgium/Germany)

Best French Debut Film
Raw
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 - Julia Ducournau (France/Belgium) 

Best Foreign Debut Film 
I Am Not a Witch [+leggi anche:
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 - Rungano Nyoni (UK/France/Germany)

Best Unusual French-language Film
Va, Toto! [+leggi anche:
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 - Pierre Creton 

Best French Short Film 
Des hommes à la mer
 - Lorris Coulon

Television awards

Best French Fiction 
A Bright Blue Sky - Nicolas Boukhrief

Best French Documentary
Un Français nommé Gabin – Yves Jeuland and François Aymé

Best French Series
Manon, 20 Years – Jean-Xavier de Lestrade

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