Globes de Cristal Award

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Globes de Cristal Award
Awarded for Excellence in art and culture
Country France
Presented by Press Association
First awarded 2006
Official website globesdecristal.com

The Globes de Cristal Award (English: Crystal Globes Award) is an award bestowed by members of the French Press Association recognizing excellence in home art and culture. The annual formal ceremony and dinner at which the awards are presented happens each February.

The 1st Globes de Cristal were in 2006 in Paris. The 2014 ceremony was held at Le Lido cabaret on 10 March 2014 and was hosted by Valérie Bénaïm, who is the first woman to host the show, without being a co-host.

Background[edit]

The "Globe de Cristal Awards" categories are: movies, actors, actresses, theater, concerts, novels, singers, TV series, exhibitions and fashion designers.

Categories[edit]

Ceremonies[edit]

Edition Date President(s) Host(s) Channel
1st Globes de Cristal Award 13 March 2006 Patrick Poivre d'Arvor Patrick Poivre d'Arvor /
2nd Globes de Cristal Award 5 February 2007 Pierre Lescure André Manoukian & Élisabeth Quin Paris Première
3rd Globes de Cristal Award 11 February 2008 Bernard-Henri Lévy Xavier de Moulins & Élisabeth Quin
4th Globes de Cristal Award 2 February 2009 Jacques Attali Jean-Luc Delarue & Carole Gaessler France 3
5th Globes de Cristal Award 8 February 2010 Denis Olivennes Anne Roumanoff & Patrick Poivre d'Arvor Virgin 17
6th Globes de Cristal Award 7 February 2011 Franz-Olivier Giesbert Yves Lecoq France 3
7th Globes de Cristal Award 6 February 2012 Nicolas Demorand Julien Lepers
8th Globes de Cristal Award 4 February 2013 Hervé Bourges Véronique Mounier & Yves Lecoq Chérie 25
9th Globes de Cristal Award 10 March 2014 Guillaume Durand Valérie Bénaïm D17
10th Globes de Cristal Award 13 April 2015 Christine Kelly Justine Fraioli & Bernard Montiel
Canceled 8 February 2016 / / /
11th Globes de Cristal Award 30 January 2017 Catherine Deneuve Estelle Denis & Artus C8

2009[edit]

The ceremony takes place at the Lido and is broadcast live on France 3, 1 February at 11PM

Honor Globe (Globe d'honneur)
Special mention from the jury
Film/ Television
Music
Theater
Literature
Arts

The ceremony was replayed in the media especially for its controversy concerning a joke, considered vulgar, by Jean-Luc Delarue. At the moment he handed Yamina Benguigui her award, he asked the director: "Would you like for me to hold your globe?" adding afterwards "or your globes?" (her wearing a low-cut black dress that showed off part of her chest) along with a grimace.[1] The public services host gave his apologies several days later[2]

2010[edit]

The ceremony takes place at the Lido and is broadcast live on Virgin 17, 1 February at 8:50PM.

Honor globe (Globe d'honneur)
Film
Theater
Music
Literature
  • Best novel : D'autres vies que la mienne by Emmanuel Carrère
  • Best graphic novel : Happy sex by Zep
Arts

2011[edit]

The ceremony takes place at the Lido and is retransmitted in almost live recording on France 3, 1 February at 8:45PM

Honor globe (Globe d'honneur)
Film / Television
Theater
Music
Literature
Arts

2012[edit]

The ceremony was broadcast live from Lido on France 3, 1 February at 11:40PM.

Honor globe (Globe d'honneur)
Film / Television
Theater
Music
Literature
Arts

2013[edit]

The ceremony was broadcast live from Lido on Chérie 25, 1 February at 8:45PM.

Honor globe (Globe d'honneur)
Film/ Television
Theater
Music
Literature
Arts

2014[edit]

The ceremony is broadcast live from Lido on D17, le March at 10:30PM. It got together viewers (0.5% on either side of the audience)[3] · [4]

Honor globe (Globe d'honneur)

Yan Pei-Ming

Film/ Television
Theater
Music
Literature
Arts

2015[edit]

The 10th edition of the awards ceremony took place on 13 April 2015 at the Lido in Paris. The ceremony was broadcast live on D17. It attracted 49,000 viewers in France (constituting 0.4% of the audience share).[5][6]

Honorary Globe (Globe d'honneur)[edit]

Film/ Television[edit]

Best Film
Best TV movie or TV show
Best Actor
Best Actress

Theatre[edit]

Best Play
Best Musical
Best One-Man-Show
Best Actor
Best Actress

Music[edit]

Best Female Performer
Best Male Performer

Literature[edit]

Best Novel or Essay

Arts[edit]

Best Exhibit 
Best Fashion Designer 

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