Magritte Award for Best Foreign Film in Coproduction

Magritte Award for Best Foreign Film in Coproduction
Country Belgium
Presented by Académie André Delvaux
First awarded 2012
Currently held by La Famille Bélier (2015)
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The Magritte Award for Best Foreign Film in Coproduction (French: Magritte du meilleur film étranger en coproduction) is an award presented annually by the Académie André Delvaux. It is one of the Magritte Awards, which were established to recognize excellence in Belgian cinematic achievements.[1]

It was first awarded in 2012, when Best Film in Coproduction was split in Best Foreign Film in Coproduction and Best Flemish Film in Coproduction.[2] As of the 2016 ceremony, La Famille Bélier is the most recent winner in this category.[3]

Winners and nominees

In the list below, winners are listed first in the colored row, followed by the other nominees.


Year English title Original title Production company(s)
Romantics Anonymous Les Émotifs anonymes Climax Films (Olivier Rausin)
Potiche Mandarin Cinéma
Route Irish Sixteen Films
A Screaming Man Un homme qui crie Pili Films
The Minister L'Exercice de l'État Les Films du Fleuve
The Angels' Share Sixteen Films
Rust and Bone De rouille et d'os Why Not Productions
When Pigs Have Wings Le Cochon de Gaza Saga Film
Blue Is the Warmest Colour La Vie d'Adèle – Chapitres 1 & 2 Scope Pictures (Geneviève Lemal)
Horses of God Les Chevaux de Dieu YC Aligator Film
The Nun La Religieuse Versus Production
Populaire Panache Productions
Minuscule: Valley of the Lost Ants Minuscule - La vallée des fourmis perdues Les Films du Fleuve
Playing Dead Je fais le mort Entre Chien et Loup
A Promise Scope Pictures
Violette Climax Films
La Famille Bélier Nexus Factory
Marguerite Scope Pictures
Song of the Sea The Big Farm
The Wakhan Front Ni le ciel ni la terre Tarantula


  1. Denis, Fernand (October 13, 2010). "André Delvaux, l'œuvre au jour". La Libre Belgique (in French). Retrieved January 11, 2013.
  2. "Les Magritte du cinéma s'installent". La Libre Belgique (in French). November 26, 2011. Retrieved January 11, 2013.
  3. Moury, Gaëlle; Bradfer, Fabienne (February 7, 2016). "Jaco Van Dormael et la Flandre se distinguent aux Magritte du cinéma". Le Soir (in French). Retrieved February 7, 2016.
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