First of all, in the audiovisual field, we had the Ensors, which celebrates the talents of the Flemish audiovisual sector. These were the winners:
Then, two of our Belgian affiliates won two of the most prestigious awards of the French César ceremony: Virginie Efira won the César for best actress for her role in Revoir Paris, and Bouli Lanners won the César for best supporting actor for the film La Nuit du 12.
Bouli Lanners also stood out at the Magritte 2023, winning three of its most prestigious awards: best film and best director for Nobody has to know, and best actor for his role in La nuit du 12.
In addition, Close, directed by Lukas Dhont, won 7 statuettes, including the Best New Actor award for Eden Dambrine, who is also a member of PlayRight.
Several other awards were also given to PlayRight actors:
Thus, the 2023 Ensors, the César and the Magritte highlighted the achievements of many of our members. Congratulations to everyone who was recognised in these ceremonies!
As far as music is concerned, our members have received accolades in two major celebrations so far- the MIA’s, which celebrates Belgian music; the Victoires de la musique, the music awards ceremony in France.
Firstly, many of our members received awards from the MIA’s, including:
Secondly, these Belgian/PlayRight artists were recognised in the 2023 Victoires de la musique:
Therefore, the MIA’s and the Victoires de la musique have shown that Belgian music is greatly appreciated both in Belgium and abroad.Let’s hope that this list of winners will grow in the coming months during other award ceremonies. Our artists still have great things ahead of them, and we are extremely proud of what they have- and will continue to- achieve.