|1999||French Academy of Cinema||Best Director||The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc||Nominated|
|1997||French Academy of Cinema||Best Director||The Fifth Element||Won|
|1997||Lumi?re de Paris d'Unifrance||Best French Director||The Fifth Element||Won|
|1997||Lumière de Paris d'Unifrance||Best French Director||The Fifth Element||Won|
|1994||French Academy of Cinema||Best Director||Leon: The Professional||Nominated|
by Jenni Miller
Writer/director Luc Besson has created a number of unforgettably bad-ass leading ladies in movies like "La Femme Nikita" and "The Fifth Element," but it seems he's been spending the last few years more on forgettable films like...
by Jenni Miller
Here's the action-packed trailer for "Brick Mansions," which is the last film that Paul Walker completed before his death in November. It's a remake of 2004's "District B13," a French movie starring parkour star and all-around...
by The Associated Press
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by Erin Whitney
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by Kelly Woo
Once a mobster, always a mobster. In "The Family" ("Malavita" overseas), Fred Manzoni (Robert De Niro) is in witness protection in France, but the former mafia man doesn't settle scores with a bottle of wine and a wedge of...