Louis Delluc Prize  

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Le Prix Louis-Delluc is a French film award. It is given all the years from its creation in 1937, the second Thursday of December. The jury is composed by 20 members, a group of film critics and personalities from the culture life. Gilles Jacob is the president. The meeting is at le Fouquet's restaurant in Champs-Élysées.

Founded in 1937 by Maurice Bessy and Marcel Idzkowski in a tribute to Louis Delluc (1890-1924), first French journalist specialized on cinema and who founded the ciné-clubs.

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Awards

Prix Louis-Delluc

Prix Louis-Delluc to First film

Jury on 1937 edition




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