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VSn Friday February twenty third, on the Parisian stage of L'Olympia, the 49e César ceremony, the spotlight of a brand new yr wealthy in releases, but in addition in controversies for the French seventh artwork. After initiating a brand new wave of freedom of expression for actresses on violence towards girls within the occupation, Judith Godrèche spoke on the topic.

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A poignant sequence, throughout which the actress spoke of the violence she denounced: “Could it be possible that we could face the truth? Take our responsibilities? […] For some time, I have been talking, I have been talking, but I cannot hear you,” she confused, very moved.

As in 2023, this yr, the presentation of the ceremony – chaired by Valérie Lemercier – shall be collegial: a number of personalities will take turns to offer the present, dusting off the traditional format of a single grasp of ceremonies on which the environment of the night is predicated .

At the highest of the nominations is positioned The Animal Kingdom, improbable UFO by Thomas Cailley with Romain Duris and Adèle Exarchopoulos, cited in twelve classes. A movie adopted by Anatomy of a Fall by Justine Triet, the unmissable 2023 Palme d'Or within the operating for the most important Oscar statuettes.

Raphaël Quenard greets farmers

Nominated in eleven classes, the multi-awarded drama overseas, and but shunned by the CNC choice committee to characterize France in Los Angeles, may effectively be topped earlier than its time. Justine Triet would thus develop into the second director to obtain the César for Best Director – after Tonie Marshall in 2000 for Venus magnificence (institute). Catherine Breillat and Jeanne Herry are competing for this similar prize.

As for actors, Romain Duris and Melvil Poupaud may effectively win the primary César for Best Actor of their careers. They compete alongside Raphaël Quenard, a rising star propelled by the sequence HPand nominated in three classes: Best actor for the absurd Yannickby Quentin Dupieux, Male revelation for the hilarious Dog of the breakageby Jean-Baptiste Durand, and Best documentary brief movie for The actorwhich he made with Hugo David.

When receiving the prize for Best Male Revelation, the 32-year-old actor took the chance to speak concerning the peasant world, from which his household comes, “those who work hard to offer us the luxury of filling our stomachs” . A nod to farmers in disaster appreciated by Rachida Dati, current within the room.

Two Honorary Césars shall be awarded: one to Christopher Nolan, American visitor of this version, nominated throughout the Atlantic for Oppenheimerand to Agnès Jaoui, who will most likely not fail to pay tribute to her lifelong accomplice, the late Jean-Pierre Bacri.

The full winners of the 2024 Césars:

Nominations for Best Film:

Anatomy of a fall directed by Justine Triet
Junkyard Dog directed by Jean-Baptiste Durand
I’ll at all times see your faces directed by Jeanne Herry
The Goldman Trial directed by Cédric Kahn
The Animal Kingdom directed by Thomas Cailley

Nominations for Best Director:

Justine Triet for Anatomy of a Fall
Catherine Breillat for Last Summer
Jeanne Herry for I’ll at all times see your faces
Cédric Kahn for The Goldman Trial
Thomas Cailley for The Animal Kingdom

Nominations for Best Actress:

Marion Cotillard in Little Girl Blue
Léa Drucker in Last Summer
Virginie Efira in Love and the Forests
Hafsia Herzi in The Rapture
Sandra Hüller in Anatomy of a Fall

Nominations for Best Actor:

Romain Duris in The Animal Kingdom
Benjamin Lavernhe in L'Abbé Pierre, a lifetime of battle
Melvil Poupaud in Love and the Forests
Raphaël Quenard in Yannick
Arieh Worthalter in The Goldman Trial

Best Supporting Actress: Adèle Exarchopoulos in I’ll at all times see your faces

Also named:

Leila Bekhti in I’ll at all times see your faces
Galatea Bellugi in Dog of the breakage
Élodie Bouchez in I’ll at all times see your faces
Miou-Miou in I’ll at all times see your faces

Best Supporting Actor: Swann Arlaud in Anatomy of a fall

Also named:

Anthony Bajon in Dog of the breakage
Arthur Harari in The Goldman Trial
Pio Marmaï in Yannick
Antoine Reinartz in Anatomy of a fall

Best Female Revelation (previously Most Promising Actress): Ella Rumpf in Marguerite's Theorem

Also named:

Celeste Brunnquell in Her Father's Daughter
Kim Higelin in The consent
Suzanne Jouannet in The Royal Way
Rebecca Marder in Great expectations

Best Male Revelation (previously Best Male Newcomer): Raphaël Quenard in Dog of the breakage

Also named:

Julien Frison in Marguerite's Theorem
Paul Kircher in The Animal Kingdom
Samuel Kircher in Last summer time
Milo Machado Graner in Anatomy of a fall

Best adaptation: Valérie Donzelli and Audrey Diwan, for Love and Forests

Also named:

Vanessa Filho, for The consent
Catherine Breillat, for Last summer time

Best costumes: Ariane Daurat, for The Animal Kingdom

Also named:

Jürgen Doering, for Jeanne du Barry
Pascaline Chavanne, for My crime
Tran Nu Yên Khê, for The Passion of Dodin Bouffant
Thierry Delettre, for The three Musketeers (elements 1 and a couple of)

Best units: Stéphane Taillasson, for The three Musketeers (elements 1 and a couple of)

Also named:

Emmanuelle Duplay, for Anatomy of a fall
Angelo Zamparutti, for Jeanne du Barry
Toma Baquéni, for The Passion of Dodin Bouffant
Julia Lemaire, for The Animal Kingdom

Best sound: Fabrice Osinski, Raphaël Sohier, Matthieu Fichet and Niels Barletta, for The Animal Kingdom

Also named:

Julien Sicart, Fanny Martin, Jeanne Delplancq and Olivier Goinard, for Anatomy of a fall
Rémi Daru, Guadalupe Cassius, Loïc Prian and Marc Doisne, for I’ll at all times see your faces
Erwan Kerzanet, Sylvain Malbrant and Olivier Guillaume, for The Goldman Trial
David Rit, Gwennolé Le Borgne, Olivier Touche, Cyril Holtz and Niels Barletta for The three Musketeers (elements 1 and a couple of)

Best first movie: Dog of the breakageby Jean-Baptiste Durand

Also named:

Bernadetteby Léa Domenach
The Raptureby Iris Kaltenbäck
Verminby Sébastien Vanicek
Vincent should dieby Stéphan Castang

Best Animated Short Film: Summer 96by Mathilde Bédouet

Also named:

Funny birdsby Charlie Belin
Miss Tang's Forestby Denis Do

Best animated movie: Linda desires hen!by Chiara Malta and Sébastien Laudenbach

Also named:

Prohibited to canines and Italiansby Alain Ughetto
Mars Expressby Jérémie Périn

Honorary Cesar: Christopher Nolan, introduced by Marion Cotillard

It was Marion Cotillard, nominated for the César for Best Actress, who introduced the Honorary César to Christopher Nolan for his complete profession. The star has starred in a number of of his hits together with Inception and the third a part of his trilogy Dark Knight.

Best brief fiction movie: The Waitby Alice Douard

Also named:

Boleroby Nans Laborde-Jourdàa
Fastby Paul Rigoux
The Silentby Basile Vuillemin

Best visible results: Cyrille Bonjean, Bruno Sommier and Jean-Louis Autret, for The Animal Kingdom

Also named:

Thomas Duval, for Acid
Lise Fischer and Cédric Fayolle, for The mountain
Olivier Cauwet, for The three Musketeers (elements 1 and a couple of)
Léo Ewald, for Vermin

Best unique music: Andrea Laszlo De Simone, for The Animal Kingdom

Also named:

Gabriel Yared, for Love and Forests
Delphine Malaussena, for Dog of the breakage
Vitalic, for Disco Boy
Guillaume Roussel, for The three Musketeers (elements 1 and a couple of)

Best unique screenplay: Justine Triet and Arthur Harari, for Anatomy of a fall

Also named:

Jean-Baptiste Durand, for Dog of the breakage
Jeanne Herry, for I’ll at all times see your faces
Nathalie Hertzberg and Cédric Kahn, for The Goldman Trial
Thomas Cailley and Pauline Munier, for The Animal Kingdom

Best documentary brief movie: Fluid Mechanicsby Gala Hernandez Lopez

The artist, researcher and filmmaker shocked the viewers by mentioning the Israeli-Palestinian battle in her speech, proclaiming her assist for the Gazans.

Also named:

The actorby Hugo David and Raphaël Quenard
The Effect of my wrinklesby Claude Delafosse

Best documentary: Olfa's Daughtersby Kaouther Ben Hania

Atlantic Barby Fanny Molins
Little Girl Blueby Mona Achache
Our physiqueby Claire Simon
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