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 the achievements in the field of cinema. The prize was named after the French filmmaker René Clair.

Recipients

References

  1. "Prix littéraires : l'Académie française récompense 63 auteurs d'un coup". Le Nouvel Observateur. 26 June 2015.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>