The 2007 Jacques-Deray Prize for the best French thriller has beenawarded to Guillaume Canet's Ne Le Dis A Personne. The award is givenby the Lumiere Institute and was created in 2005 in memory of Deray whowas vice-president of the Lumiere Institute.

Canet's second feature was adapted from the book by HarlanCoben and stars Francois Cluzet, Kristin Scott Thomas, Andre Dussolier,Jean Rochefort and Marie-Josee Croze.

Canet will receive the award on February 10 at the Lumiere Institute inLyons. The trophy's previous two recipients were Olivier Marchal's 36,Quai Des Orfevres and Jacques Audiard's The Beat That My Heart Skipped.