Thomas in Love

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Thomas in Love
Directed by Pierre-Paul Renders
Written by Philippe Blasband
Produced by Diana Elbaum
Cinematography Virginie Saint-Martin
Edited by Ewin Ryckaert
Music by Igor Sterpin
Release dates
  • 3 September 2000 (2000-09-03)(Venice)
  • 31 January 2001 (2001-01-31)(Belgian)
  • 20 June 2001 (2001-06-20)(France)
Running time
97 minutes
  • Belgium
  • France

Thomas in Love (French : Thomas est amoureux) is a 2000 Franco-Belgian comedy-drama film directed by Pierre-Paul Renders and written by Philippe Blasband. The film premiered at the 57th Venice International Film Festival, winning the FIPRESCI Award for Best First Feature Film. [1]

It received the Méliès d'Or for Best European Fantastic Film. [2]

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  1. Linssen, Dana. "Hop on the Rotterdam-Berlin Express". Fipresci. Retrieved 30 January 2021.
  2. "Thomas est amoureux Mélies d'or 2001". Cinevox (in French). Retrieved 30 January 2021.