César Award

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Cesar Award

National film award of France, first given out in 1976 add

Category: Movies & TV (100)

Launched in 1976.

Countries: France (76%), (5%), Canada (4%)

Main connections: Bruno Nuytten, Cesar Award for Most Promising Actress, Noemie Lvovsky

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The "'César award"' is the national film award of France, first given out in 1976 add something

 

Thus, April 3, 1976 took place the 1st Cesar awards - known as the "Night of Caesar" - under the chairmanship of Jean Gabin, a few months before his death add something


1977

The Last Woman - Depardieu was nominated for best actor for his role in the $César (César_Award) ceremony in 1977

 

Bruno Nuytten - He won the César Award for Best Cinematography in 1977 and 1984, and was nominated in 1980, 1982, 1985 and 1987

 

Frank Verpillat - In 1977 he was nominated for the César Award in the category "Best Fiction Short" for the film "La Nuit du beau marin peut-être"


1978

Jean-Francois Laguionie - Jean-François Laguionie directed several short films, climaxing with the now famous "La Traversée de l'Atlantique à la rame" , which won the César Award for best short animated film in 1979

 

Providence (1977 film) - The film won the 1978 César Award for Best Film


1981

Claude Miller - He won a César Award for Best Writing in 1981 for "Garde à vue", and the Louis Delluc Prize in 1985 for "L'Effrontée", for which he received another César nomination for Best Director

 

The Last Metro - In 1981, the film won ten $Césars (César_Award) for: best film, best actor , best actress , best cinematography, best director , best editing, best music, best production design, best sound and best writing


1984

So Long, Stooge - Coluche, the main actor, won the "Best Actor" award in 1984 César Award


1985

Charlotte Rampling - She has been nominated four times for a Cesar Award, for "On ne meurt que 2 fois" , "Sous le sable" , "Swimming Pool" and "Lemming" and received an Honorary Cesar in 2001


1986

Jean Carmet - He was nominated for the César Award for Best Actor for his leading role in the 1986 film, "Miss Mona"


1987

Scene of the Crime (1986 film) - In 1987 the film received a César Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress


1988

Cinema of France - "Camille Claudel", directed by newcomer Bruno Nuytten and starring Isabelle Adjani and Gérard Depardieu, was a major commercial success in 1988, earning Adjani, who was the film's co-producer, a César Award for best actress


1989

Quelques jours avec moi - It received three César Award nominations in the 1989 Festival's edition

 

Bruno Nuytten - "Camille Claudel" which was Nuytten's first directorial and screenwriting effort, won the César Award for Best film in 1989

 

The Big Blue - "The Big Blue" was nominated for several César Awards and won César Award for Best Music Written for a Film and Best Sound in 1989


1990

Christian Vincent (director) - He won the $César_Awards (César_Award) for Best Feature Film and Best Writing for his 1990 film "La Discrète"


1993

Cyril Collard - It won four $Césars (César_Award) in 1993


1994

Olivier Martinez - In 1994, Martinez won a César Award as "Most Promising Actor" for his role in "Un, deux, trois, soleil"

 

Gael Morel - There he met acclaimed French director André Téchiné who cast him in the lead role of François in the multi César-winning 1994 film "Les Roseaux sauvages" which brought him to wider fame, earning much critical praise for his performance, and a 1995 $César (César_Award) nomination for Most Promising Young Actor

 

Jean Carmet - In February 1994, to celebrate his 50th year in film, he was honored by the French motion picture industry with a special César Award


1995

See How They Fall - It won three César Award for Best First Work, Best Editing and Most Promising Actor in 1995


1997

Pedale douce - Fanny Ardant won the 1997 César Award for Best Actress for her performance as Eva.


1998

Emma de Caunes - Paris Film Festival - She won the $Most_Promising_Actress (César_Award_for_Most_Promising_Actress) *award at the 1998 $César (César_Award) *awards and Best Actress at the 1997 Paris Film Festival, and was nominated for Best Actress in the Acteurs à l'Écran *awards

 

Emmanuel Bourdieu - He started directing in 1998 with short film called Venice " and " Application" f"or which he won the" Prix Jean Vigo and César Award for best short film


2001

Jacques Dutronc - Marrakech International Film Festival - He was *awarded the Best Actor prize at the 2001 Marrakech International Film Festival and was nominated for the César Award for best actor for his role in Jean-Pierre Améris' "C'est la vie"

 

Mathilde Seigner - Montreal World Film Festival - She won Best Actress at the Montreal World Film Festival in 2001 for her role in "Betty Fisher and Other Stories" and has been nominated for a César Award three times

 

Dominik Moll - For his achievements on the film "Harry, un ami qui vous veut du bien", he won the 2001 César Award for Best Director


2002

Noemie Lvovsky - Noémie Lvovsky has been nominated three times for the César Award for $Best_Supporting_Actress (César_Award_for_Best_Supporting_Actress) : in 2002 for "My Wife Is an Actress", in 2006 for "Backstage", and in 2008 for "Actrices"


2004

Noemie Lvovsky - Her film "Sentiments" was nominated for the César Award for Best Film in 2004

 

The Barbarian Invasions - The film won France's 2004 César Award for Best Picture and Best Director, plus Best Original Screenplay for Denys Arcand


2005

Jacques Dutronc - In 2005, Dutronc was *awarded an Honorary $César (César_Award)


2007

Initially, only 13 were distributed Caesar and today there are 22 with the appearance of the "best hope" in particular, and the "Best Documentary" in 2007 and "Best film of animation "in 2011 add something

 

Deborah Francois - In this film François mimes the part of Mélanie, which won her special acclaim from the critics and for which she was *awarded a César Award in 2007

 

Muriel Robin - She had won an International Emmy Award for Best Actress in 2007 and receive a nomination for a César Award in 2001 and six nominations for a Molière Award


2008

Cesar Award for Best Actress - Bérénice Bejo is the only actress to have been nominated for the César Award for Best Actress and the Academy *award for Best Supporting Actress, in 2008 for The Artist; she won the César but lost the Oscar

 

Audrey Dana - In 2008, she was nominated for this role to the $César (César_Award) for Most Promising Actress and won the Prix Romy Schneider


2009

Deborah Francois - In 2009 François won another César Award for her role as Fleur in "The First Day of the Rest of Your Life"


2010

Cesar Award for Most Promising Actor - For example, the César Award for Most Promising Actor of 2010 was *awarded on 27 February 2010 for a performance in a film released between 1 January 2009 and 31 December 2009


2011

Karole Rocher - In the 2011 film Poliss she played the role Chrys for which she was nominated for a César Award for $Best_Actress_in_a_Supporting_Role (César_Award_for_Best_Supporting_Actress)

 

Belle Epine - It was nominated for a César Award in the category of Most Promising Actress for Léa Seydoux in 2011

 

Corinne Masiero - She is best known for her lead role in the 2011 film "Louise Wimmer", for which she was nominated for the Cesar Award for best actress


2012

Cesar Award for Most Promising Actress - The César Award for Most Promising Actress is the only acting César, both male and female, to have been jointly *awarded to two different actresses the same year, due to a draw in votes: in 2012 to Clotilde Hesme for "Angèle et Tony" and to Naidra Ayadi for "Polisse"

 

The 37th César awards were presented on 24 February 2012, with Antoine de Caunes acting as the master of ceremonies and Guillaume Canet as the chairman of the ceremony add something


2013

Franck Gastambide - On February 22, 2013, Gastambide, together with Sadoun and Pokti, hosted the ceremony for the French $César_film_awards (César_Award), presenting prizes for the best sound and the best picture


2014

Fatoumata Diawara - Alongside, she has continued her cinematic activities, with numerous roles, appearances and musical input in multiple feature films, such as the seven times César Award winning and Academy *award nominated 2014 "Timbuktu"

 

Guillaume Gallienne - The film was nominated for ten $Césars (César_Award), the most in 2014, winning five in total

 

The 39th César awards will be presented on 28 February 2014, with Cécile de France acting as the mistress of ceremonies and François Cluzet as the chairman of the ceremony add something

 

Clouds of Sils Maria - It won the Louis Delluc Prize for Best Film in December 2014 and a best supporting actress César Award for Kristen Stewart in February 2015


2015

Arnaud Desplechin - For the drama film "My Golden Days" , which he directed and co-wrote, Desplechin won the César Award and Lumières Award for Best Director, and the SACD Prize at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival

 

Saint Laurent (film) - In January 2015, "Saint Laurent" received ten César Award nominations, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor

 

The 40th César awards ceremony is scheduled to take place on 20 February 2015, with Dany Boon acting as the chairman of the ceremony add something


2016

Katell Quillevere - In 2016 she released "Réparer le vivants" , Heal the Living which again received a $César (César_Award) nomination

 

The 41st César awards ceremony took place on 26 February 2016, with Claude Lelouch acting as the President of the ceremony add something


2017

Gaspard Ulliel - In 2017, he won the César Award for Best Actor for his role in "It's Only the End of the World"

 

The 42nd César awards ceremony took place on 24 February 2017 add something

 

Xavier Dolan - For his work on "It's Only the End of the World", Dolan won the César Award for Best Director at the 42nd ceremony on 24 February 2017


2018

Andrey Zvyagintsev - In March 2018, "Loveless" win César Award for Best Foreign Film, making Zvyagintsev first Russian director,who won this *award

 

The 43rd César awards ceremony took place on 2 March 2018 add something


 

The 44th César awards ceremony took place on 22 February 2019 add something