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CESAR 2023. The 48th Cesar ceremony took place this Friday, February 24, 2023 in Paris. the Olympia. We summarize the important information for you below. know about the event.

The 48th César ceremony took place on Friday February 24, 2023 in Paris. Olympia. The event was broadcast live and unencrypted on Canal+. The Night of the 12this the big winner of the evening with no less than six awards won, including the César for Best Film and Best Director. crowned Best Actress for Revoir Paris while Benoît Magimel won the César for Best Actor forPacifiction –Torment on the Islands, becoming the first actor to win the award. two consecutive years in this category. The complete list of winners is up to date. find below.

The presentation of the César ceremony was exceptionally done in a collegial manner. Leïla Bekhti, Jérôme Commandeur, Jamel Debbouze, Emmanuelle Devos, Léa Drucker , Eye Haïdara, Alex Lutz, Raphaël Personnaz and Ahmed Sylla were present to host the evening. The artistic direction of the ceremony was, as for she, provided by Eric Lartigau (director ofThe Aries Family). Tahar Rahim was chosen to chair the 48th César ceremony. American director David Fincher received an honorary César from Virginie Efira and Brad Pitt.

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Since 1976, the César du cinema ceremony has rewarded the best of the French seventh art. Prizes are awarded each year to Paris through the César Academy, also called the Academy of Cinema Arts and Techniques. It was the sculptor César who created this sculpture. the trophy, which has the form of compressions of metal objects. Every year, between February and March, the ceremony is often broadcast live and unencrypted on the Canal+ channel. Radio fans can also follow the ceremony on Europe 1 from 2022. Among the most awarded films in the history of the César, we include Le Dernier Métro and Cyrano de Bergerac (ten awards each), A prophet (9 awards), From beating my heart stopped; (8 rewards). The 48th César ceremony takes place on February 24, 2023.

  • Best film The Night of 12
  • Best director: Dominik Moll forLa Nuit du 12
  • Best actor: Benoît Magimel in Pacifiction – Torment on the Islands
  • Best actress: Virginie Efira inRevoir Paris
  • < strong>Best supporting actress: Noémie Merlant inL'innocent
  • Best supporting actor the: Bouli Lanners inThe Night of the 12
  • Most Promising Actress: Nadia Tereszkiewicz inThe Almond Trees
  • Best male hopeful: Bastien Bouillon inLa Nuit du 12
  • Best original screenplay< /strong>:The Innocent
  • Best adaptation:The Night of the 12th
  • Best costumes:Simone, the journey of the century
  • Best settings: Simone, the journey of the century
  • < li>Best Cinematography: Pacifiction – Torment on the Islands

  • Best Editing: Full time
  • Best sound: The Night of the 12
  • Best visual effects:  Notre-Dame is burning
  • Best original music: A plein temps
  • Best first film: Saint Omer d&#39 ;Alice Diop
  • Best animated feature film: My Afghan family
  • Best animated short film: Grandma's Sex Life
  • Best Foreign Film:< em>As Bestas
  • Best fiction short film: Leaving one day
  • Best documentary: Return to; Reims
  • Best documentary short film: Maria Schneider 1983
  • César of honor: David Fincher

César for Best Film

  • Les Amandiers
  • In Body
  • The Innocent
  • The night of the 12th
  • Pacifiction – Torment on the islands

César for best director

  • Cédric Klapish,En corps
  • Louis Garrel, The Innocent
  • Cédric Jimenez, November
  • Dominik Moll,  The night of the 12th
  • Albert Serra, Pacifiction – Torment on the islands

César for best actress

  • Fanny Ardant, Young Lovers
  • Juliette Binoche, Ouistreham
  • Laure Calamy, Full-time
  • Virginie Efira, Revoir Paris
  • Adèle Exarchopoulos, Nothing to do cum

César for best actor

  • Jean Dujardin, November
  • < li>Louis Garrel,The Innocent

  • Vincent Macaigne,Chronicle of a Passing Affair
  • Benoît Magimel, Pacifiction – torment on the islands
  • Denis Ménochet, Peter von Kant

César for Best Supporting Actress

  • Judith Chemla,The Sixth Child
  • Anaïs Demoustier,&nbsp ;November
  • Anouk Grinberg, The Innocent
  • Lyna Khoudri, November< /em>
  • No&eac;mie Merlant, The Innocent

César for best actor in a supporting role

  • François Civil, En corps
  • Bouli Lanners,  The night of the 12
  • Micha Lescot, Les Amandiers
  • Pio Marmaï, In body
  • Roschdy Zem, The Innocent

César for Most Promising Female


  • Marion Barbeau, In body
  • Guslagie Malanda, Saint-Omer
  • Rebecca Marder,A young girl who is doing well
  • Nadia Tereszkiewicz, The Almond Trees
  • Mallory Wanecque, The Worsts

C&eacute ;sar for the most promising male

  • Bastien Bouillon, The night of the 12
  • Stefan Crepon, Peter von Kant
  • Dimitri Dor&eac;, Bruno Reidal, Confession of a Murderer
  • Paul Kircher, The high school in
  • Alyocha Reinert, Petite nature

César for best original screenplay

  • A full time
  • Les Amandiers
  • In body
  • The innocent
  • Saint -Omer

César for best adaptation

  • Cut!
  • Investigation into a state scandal
  • The night of the 12th

César of the best costumes

  • Les Amandiers
  • Colors of the Fire
  • Waiting for Bojangles
  • The Innocent
  • Pacifiction – Torment on the islands
  • Simone – The voyage of the century

César for best decorations

  • The Almond Trees
  • Colors of the fire
  • The night of the 12th
  • Pacifiction – Torment on the islands< /li>
  • Simone – The journey of the century

César for best photography

  • Les Amandiers
  • En Corps< /li>
  • The night of the 12th
  • Pacifiction – Torment on the islands
  • Saint Omer

César for best editing

  • Full time
  • < em>The Innocent
  • In body
  • November
  • < em>The night of the 12th

César for best visual effects

  • The five devils
  • Smoking makes you cough
  • Our Lady burns< /em>
  • November
  • Pacifiction – Torment on the Islands

César for best sound

  • In body
  • The innocent
  • < li>November

  • The night of the 12th
  • Pacifiction – Torment on the islands

César for best original music

  • Full time
  • Cut!
  • The Innocent
  • The night of the 12th
  • Pacifiction – Torment on the islands
  • The Passengers of the Night

César for best first film

  • Bruno Reidal, confession of a murderer
  • Falcon Lake
  • The Worst
  • Saint Omer
  • The Sixth Child

César for best animated film (feature film)

  • Ernest and Célestine: the journey into gibberish
  • < li>My Afghan family

  • Little Nicolas – What are we waiting for to be happy?< /li>

César for best animated short film

  • Câline
  • Black-sun
  • Granny's sex life

César for best foreign film

  • As Bestas
  • Close
  • The Cairo Conspiracy
  • Eo
  • Unfiltered

César for best short fiction film

  • Hearts up
  • Leave one day
  • King David
  • The Virtuous

César for best documentary short film

  • Churchill, polar bear town
  • Listen to the beat of our images
  • Maria Schneider, 1983

Csar for best documentary film

  • Come on children
  • The super 8 years
  • The oak tree< /i>
  • Jane by Charlotte
  • Return to; Reims (fragments)

The Césars are traditionally broadcast on Canal ++, live and unencrypted. There is therefore no need to be a subscriber. Join Canal+ offers to enjoy the evening. If you want to watch the last César ceremony in replay, please note that it is available the day after its broadcast on MyCanal, and accessible via computer, tablet or smartphone.

Discover the 2023 César poster

The César Academy communicated on the poster for its 48th ceremony this Friday, February 3, 2023, in Paris. a few weeks before the event. This poster pays homage to the filmAnnetteby Leos Carax, which won the 2015 prize. the César for best director last year. You can see Marion Cotillard there as an opera singer. Find the 2023 César poster below.

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