The Artist Is The most awarded film in the history of French cinema

The Artist is very successful movie and after the Oscars there is no shadow of doubt left. With these five statues, the silent movie in black and white that nobody would dare to bet there are still some months entered history. Not only is it the first French feature film to have won the Oscar for best film, but The Artist, which is a pleasure to watch, will also offer the luxury of becoming the most awarded French movie history.

The flick by Michel Hazanavicus, beautifully worn by Jean Dujardin and Berenice Bejo, won five statuettes at the most prestigious awards in the United States. A first in film history. Never a French film had not won the Oscar for Best Picture. And that’s not all. Even before the Artist does offer this final consecration, he was already the most awarded in French cinema history, notes the site of the dispatch.

It all started last May, when Jean Dujardin in Cannes clinched the Best Actor award. Afterwards, we know it. The Artist has triumphed on the red carpet the most prestigious in Europe and the United States. In Australia, at the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts, he was crowned three times, like at the Golden Globes. And England, no fewer than seven trophies that The Artist got.