Already winner of the César for best animated film and nominated for the Oscars this March, the film based on the world created by Belgian Gabrielle Vincent also won a Magritte for best sound.
With ten nominations, Tango Libre won awards for the best screenplay by Anne Paulicevich (aphone) and Philippe Blasband as well as best décor (Véronique Sacrez).
Other technical awards include best costumes for Catherine Marchand in Vijay and I and best original music won by Ozard Henry for Le monde nous appartient.
The only award voted by the public, for Best Debut, went to Une chanson pour ma mère by Joël Franka.
Finally the last award for Wallimage/Bruxellimage went to Benoit Poelvoorde, named best actor for his work in Une place sur la Terre by Fabienne Godet, who received the prize in his absence.
Pauline Étienne won best actress for her role in La Religieuse, Laurent Capelluto best actor in a second role for Le Temps de l’aventure, Pauline Burlet and Achile Ridolfi were named best upcoming actress and actor for Le Passé by Asghar Farhadi and Au Nom du Fils by Vincent Lannoo, respectively.
Broadcast live on BeTV, the ceremony will be repeated in a slightly edited version on TV5 Monde (following Dead Man Talking, except in Belgium and France and on the third RTBF channel.