|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 Picture||Leon: The Professional||Nominated|
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