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‘Anatomy of a Fall’ Wins Best Film, Actress at France’s Lumiere Awards

Justine Triet’s Oscar contender Anatomy of a Fall was the big winner at the 29th Lumiere Awards, France’s equivalent of the Golden Globes, picking up three trophies, including best film and best actress for star Sandra Hüller.

Triet missed out on the best director trophy, losing to Thomas Cailley for his supernatural family drama The Animal Kingdom but picked up the best screenplay honor for Anatomy of a Fall, sharing it with co-writer Arthur Harari. The mystery thriller premiered in Cannes last year, where it won the Palme d’Or. Anatomy of a Fall won two Golden Globes, for best foreign-language film and best screenplay, and is nominated for seven BAFTAs, including best film.

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Arieh Worthalter won best actor for his starring role in Cédric Kahn’s courtroom drama The Goldman Case. Iris Kaltenbäck took best first film for her debut The Rapture. Best documentary honors went to Kaouther Ben Hania for her Oscar-shortlisted Four Daughters. Chiara Malta and Sébastien Laudenbach’s Chicken for Linda! took the honors for best-animated feature.

The full list of 2024 Lumiere Awards winners follows.

BEST FILM

Anatomy of a Fall, dir. Justine Triet

BEST DIRECTOR

Thomas Cailley for The Animal Kingdom

BEST SCREENPLAY

Justine Triet, Arthur Harari for Anatomy of a Fall

BEST DOCUMENTARY

Four Daughters, dir. Kaouther Ben Hania

BEST ANIMATED FILM

Chicken for Linda!, dirs. Chiara Malta, Sébastien Laudenbach

BEST ACTRESS

Sandra Hüller for Anatomy of a Fall

BEST ACTOR

Arieh Worthalter for The Goldman Case

MOST PROMISING FEMALE NEWCOMER

Ella Rumpf for Marguerite’s Theorem

MOST PROMISING MALE NEWCOMER

Raphaël Quenard for Junkyard Dog

BEST FIRST FILM

The Rapture, dir. Iris Kaltenbäck

BEST INTERNATIONAL COPRODUCTION

About Dry Grasses, dir. Nuri Bilge Ceylan

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

Jonathan Ricquebourg for The Taste of Things

BEST MUSICAL SCORE

Vitalic for Disco Boy

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