A successful year at the 2018 César Awards!


The list of nominees for this 43rd edition of the César Awards has been announced and the least we can say is that Gaumont's stars have managed to stand out in the midst of this selection. In total, there were no less than 33 nominations across all categories!


Several films caught the attention of the César jury members, including C’est La Vie by Éric Toledano and Olivier Nakache, with 10 nominations, Patients by Grand Corps Malade and Medhi Idir, with 4 nominations, See You Up There by Albert Dupontel, with 13 nominations, and Barbara by Mathieu Amalric, with 8 nominations.


Here is the list of nominations:
Best Actress:
– Jeanne Balibar (Barbara)

Best Actor:
– Jean-Pierre Bacri (C’est la Vie)
– Albert Dupontel (See You Up There)

Best Supporting Actress:
– Mélanie Thierry (See You Up There)

Best Supporting Actor:
– Niels Arestrup (See You Up There)
– Laurent Lafitte (See You Up There)
– Gilles Lellouche (C’est la Vie)
– Vincent Macaigne (C’est la Vie)

Most Promising Actress:
– Eye Haidara (C’est la Vie)


Most Promising Actor:
– Benjamin Lavernhe (C’est la Vie)
– Pablo Pauly (Patients)

Best Original Screenplay:
– Mathieu Amalric et Philippe Di Folco (Barbara)
– Éric Toledano et Olivier Nakache (C’est la Vie)

Best Adaptation:
– See You Up There
– Patients

Best Original Score:
– Christophe Julien (See You Up There)

Best Sound:
– Jean Minondo, Gurwal Coïc-Gallas, Cyril Holtz, Damien Lazzerini (See You Up There)
– Olivier Mauvezin, Nicolas Moreau, Stéphane Thiébault (Barbara)
– Pascal Armant, Sélim Azzazi, Jean-Paul Hurier (C’est la Vie)

Best Photography:
– Vincent Mathias (See You Up There)
– Christophe Beaucarne (Barbara)

Best Editing:
– Christophe Pinel (See You Up There)
– François Gedigier (Barbara)
– Dorian Rigal Ansous (C’est la Vie)

Best Costumes:
– Mimi Lempicka (See You Up There)
– Pascaline Chavanne (Barbara)

Best Production Design:
– Pierre Quefféléan (See You Up There)
– Laurent Baude (Barbara)

Best First Feature Film:
– Patients

Best Film:
– See You Up There
– Barbara
– Patients
– C’est la Vie

The result will be announced on March 2 at the Salle Pleyel or live and available to view on Canal+. This year, Manu Payet will be the master of ceremonies, a ceremony dedicated to the legendary Jeanne Moreau.

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