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  • FreemanGriffin
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    For achievements in French cinema in 2014:

    Best Picture:
    The Belier Family
    Clouds of Sils Maria
    Eastern Boys
    Hippocrate
    Love At First Fight
    Saint Laurent
    Timbuktu

    Best Director:
    Olivier Assayas, Clouds of Sils Maria
    Bertrand Bonnello, Saint Laurent
    Thomas Cailley, Love At First Fight
    Robin Campillo, Eastern Boys
    Thomas Lilti, Hippocrate
    Celine Sciamma, Girlhood
    Abderahmane Sissako, Timbuktu

    Best Actor:
    Niels Arestrup, Diplomacy
    Guillaume Canet, Next Time I’ll Aim For The Heart
    Francois Damiens, The Belier Family
    Romain Duris, The New Girlfriend
    Vincente Lacoste, Hippocrate
    Pierre Niney, Yves Saint Laurent
    Gaspard Ulliel, Saint Laurent

    Best Actress:
    Juliette Binoche, Clouds of Sils Maria
    Marion Cotillard, Two Days, One Night
    Catherine Deneuve, In the Courtyard
    Emilie Dequenne, Not My Type
    Adele Haenel, Love At First Fight
    Sandrine Kiberlain, Elle l’adore
    Karin Viard, The Belier Family

    Best Supporting Actor:
    Eric Elmosnino, The Belier Family
    Guillaume Gallienne, Yves Saint Laurent
    Louis Garrel, Saint Laurent
    Rada Katob, Hippocrate
    Jeremie Renier, Saint Laurent

    Best Supporting Actress:
    Marianne Danicourt, Hippocrate
    Claude Gensac, Lulu in the Nude
    Izia Hegelin, Samba
    Charlotte Le Bon, Yves Saint Laurent
    Kristen Stewart, Clouds of Sils Maria

    Most Promising Male Actor:
    Kevin Azais, Love At First Fight
    Ahmed Drame, Les Heritiers
    Kirill Emelyanov, Eastern Boys
    Pierre Rochefort, Going Away
    Marc Zinga, May Allah Bless France!

    Most Promising Female Actress:
    Lou de Laage, Respire
    Louane Emera, The Belier Family
    Josephine Japy, Respire
    Ariane Labed, Fidelio, l’odyssee d’Alice
    Karidja Toure, Girlhood

    Best Original Screenplay:
    The Belier Family
    Clouds of Sils Maria
    Hippocrate
    Love At First Fight
    Timbuktu

    Best Adapted Screenplay:
    La Chambre bleue
    Diplomacy
    Lulu in the Nude
    Next Time I’ll Aim For The Heart
    Not My Type

    Best Score:
    Bird People
    Girlhood
    Love At First Fight
    Timbuktu
    Yves Saint Laurent

    Best Sound:
    Bird People
    Girlhood
    Love At First Fight
    Saint Laurent
    Timbuktu

    Best Cinematography:
    La Belle et la Bete
    Clouds of Sils Maria
    Saint Laurent
    Timbuktu
    Yves Saint Laurent

    Best Film Editing:
    Hippocrate
    Love At First Fight
    Party Girl
    Saint Laurent
    Timbuktu

    Best Costumes:
    La Belle et la Bete
    La French
    My New Girlfriend
    Saint Laurent
    Yves Saint Laurent

    Best Production Design:
    La Belle et la Bete
    La French
    Saint Laurent
    Timbuktu
    Yves Saint Laurent

    Best First Film:
    Marie Amachokieli, Claire Burger and Samuel Theis, Party Girl
    Lucie Borteleau, Fidelio, l’oddyssey l’Alice
    Thomas Cailley, Love at First Fight
    Jeanne Herry, Elle l’adore
    Abd Al Malik, May Allah Bless France!

    Best Foreign Film:
    12 Years a Slave
    Boyhood
    The Grand Budapest Hotel
    Ida
    Mommy
    Two Days, One Night
    Winter Sleep

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    Renaton
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    Timbuktu should win all the awards, but I know it won’t.

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    FreemanGriffin
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    Saint Laurent has the most nominations (10); the other movie about him, Yves Saint Laurent has 7 nominations.

    Kristen Stewart got a Supporting Actress nomination for Clouds of Sils Maria!!! (:

    Juliette Binoche is back after a 12 year absence with a Best Actress nomination!

    Catherine Deneuve is catching up to Isabelle Huppert for the most nominations for an actress: Huppert has 14, and this is Deneuve’s 12th or 13th?

    Two actors play the same character in different movies are nominated for lead actor: Pierre Niney and Gaspard Ulliel.

    6 of 7 Best Actress nominees are previous winners; only Emilie Dequenne, her 3rd nomination, has not won a Cesar before.

    Last year’s Best Actor and Best Actress are nominated this year: Sandrine Kiberlain in Best Actress, and Guillaume Gallienne is in Supporting Actor this year.

    Izia Higelin is the only Supporting Actress nominee who has been nominated before; there will be a brand new Cesar winner this year.

    Oscar nominee Timbuktu (Mauritania/France) received 8 nominations.

    Two Days, One Night was considered a foreign film, but Marion Cotillard was nominated for Best Actress??? Wonder what the eligiblity was in other categories??

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    Congrats to Kristen Stewart and Marion Cotillard!

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    Cameron Parker
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    Two Days, One Night was considered a foreign film, but Marion Cotillard was nominated for Best Actress??? Wonder what the eligiblity was in other categories??

    Two Days, One Night was produced, in part, by French money as well, which is probably why Cotillard is eligible. 

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    babypook
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    Saint Laurent has the most nominations (10); the other movie about him, Yves Saint Laurent has 7 nominations.

    Kristen Stewart got a Supporting Actress nomination for Clouds of Sils Maria!!! (:

    Juliette Binoche is back after a 12 year absence with a Best Actress nomination!

    Catherine Deneuve is catching up to Isabelle Huppert for the most nominations for an actress: Huppert has 14, and this is Deneuve’s 12th or 13th?

    Two actors play the same character in different movies are nominated for lead actor: Pierre Niney and Gaspard Ulliel.

    6 of 7 Best Actress nominees are previous winners; only Emilie Dequenne, her 3rd nomination, has not won a Cesar before.

    Last year’s Best Actor and Best Actress are nominated this year: Sandrine Kiberlain in Best Actress, and Guillaume Gallienne is in Supporting Actor this year.

    Izia Higelin is the only Supporting Actress nominee who has been nominated before; there will be a brand new Cesar winner this year.

    Oscar nominee Timbuktu (Mauritania/France) received 8 nominations.

    Two Days, One Night was considered a foreign film, but Marion Cotillard was nominated for Best Actress??? Wonder what the eligiblity was in other categories??

     

    12 thus far. BAFTA got it right when they nominated her for Belle de Jour, NYFCC for Repulsion, and Cesar for The Last Metro, and even Indochine.

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    FreemanGriffin
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    I guess they just didn’t like anything else about the movie other than her performance ): I thought the actor who played her husband was SUPERB! (:

    Looking forward to seeing more of these films soon! (:

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    Münster
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    #176228

    So who’s the favorite for Best Actress?

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    24Emmy
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    Two Days, One Night led in nominations at Belgium’s Magritte Awards. Marion Cotillard wasn’t nominated there. Was she eligible or was it a snub?

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    FreemanGriffin
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    She (MC) was ineligible for the Magritte, since only Belgians are eligible.

    As far as who’s the favorite for Best Actress, what’s fun about the Cesars is that I don’t think there is one this year. Yes, Marion Cotillard has the Oscar nomination, but her movie is Belgian, so it’s not a certainty. If she were to win, it would be her third Cesar (A Very Long Engagement and La Vie en Rose were her previous wins). Jean Dujardin won the Oscar for 2011 but lost the Cesar to Omar Sy (for the execrable Intouchables), so it isn’t a slam dunk for her to win.

    I would love to see Juliette Binoche win her second, or Catherine Deneuve her third (she had another eligible film: In the Name of My Daughter, for which she could have been nominated). Sandrine Kiberlain was last year’s winner, and Adele Haenel won the Supporting Actress Cesar last year. Karin Viard (a two-time winner in the past) plays a deaf mother in The Belier Family, and Emilie Dequenne – the only nominee who hasn’t won a Cesar – plays a free-spirit in Not My Type. It’s really an open category imo.

    I would say that Gaspard Ulliel is the likely frontrunner for Best Actor (he won Most Promising Male Actor for A Very Long Engagement 10 years ago). I would like to see Romain Duris win one, since he’s one of the most nominated actors to never win a Cesar – he plays a transvestite in his movie, but he’s up against the two Yves Saint Laurent actors!

    Very surprised that Benoit Jacquot’s Three Hearts was shut out completely, and also In the Name Of My Daughter, Smart Ass, Wild Life, Tristesse Club, Serial (Bad) Weddings (which was a huge box-office hit in France last year), High Society, and the poor showings for La French, Samba and Going Away. This happens every year, just like it does with the Oscars in the U.S.  

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    24Emmy
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    She (MC) was ineligible for the Magritte, since only Belgians are eligible.

     

    Thanks. It looks very weird. Cesar (Kristen Stewart) and AACTA (Leo won last year) are open to anyone.

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    24Emmy
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    Winners announced:

    Best Film
    Timbuktu, dir: Abderrahmane Sissako

    Best Actress
    Adèle Haenel, Les Combattants

    Best Adapted Screenplay
    Cyril Gely, Volker Schlöndorff – Diplomatie

    Best Actor
    Pierre Niney, Yves Saint Laurent

    Best Foreign Film
    Mommy, dir Xavier Dolan

    Best Director
    Abderrahmane Sissako, Timbuktu

    Best Supporting Actress
    Kristen Stewart, Sils Maria

    Best Short Film
    La Femme De Rio, dirs: Emma Luchini, Nicolas Rey

    Best Documentary
    Salt Of The Earth, dirs: Wim Wenders, Juliano Ribeiro Salgado

    Best Editing
    Nadia Ben Rachid, Timbuktu

    Best Set Design
    Thierry Flamand, La Belle Et La Bête

    Best Original Screenplay
    Abderrahmane Sissako, Kessen Tall – Timbuktu

    Best Costumes
    Anaïs Romand, Saint-Laurent

    Best Newcomer (Male)
    Kevin Azaïs, Les Combattants

    Best Animated Film
    Minuscule – La Vallée Des Fourmis Perdues, dirs: Thomas Szabo and Hélène Giraud

    Best Animated Short
    Les Petits Cailloux, dir: Chloé Mazlo

    Best Score
    Amine Bouhafa, Timbuktu

    Best Supporting Actor
    Reda Kateb, Hippocrate

    Best Debut Feature
    Les Combattants, dir: Thomas Cailley, prod: Pierre Guyard

    Best Cinematography
    Sofian El Fani, Timbuktu

    Best Sound
    Philippe Welsh, Roman Dymny, Thierry Delor – Timbuktu

    Best Newcomer (Female)
    Louane Emera, La Famille Bélier

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    FreemanGriffin
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    I was shocked that Pierre Niney (and not Gaspard Ulliel) won Lead Actor and Adele Haenel won Lead Actress.

    My disappointmnet in Oscar-nominee Timbuktu winning the top prize (and six others) is that it is Mauritainian and not really “French”.

    Surprised how poorly Saint Laurent did (one award for Costumes only).

    Kristen Stewart! She is developing into a really terrific actress! Loved her in Still Alice as well!

    Oscar-nominee Le Sel de la Terre (The Salt of the Earth) won the Best Documentary Cesar!

    Xavier Dolan’s Canadian film Mommy won Best Foreign Film – I was surprised but I guess I shouldn’t be, considering it’s a French language film.

    Really surprised Diplomacy won the Adapted Screenplay Cesar.

    Looking forward to seeing all the clips of the winners on the Cesar website!!!! (:

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    M
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    Strewart actually won! The French are no longer snobs.

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    babypook
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    This just increases my wanting to see Timbuktu. And congrats to Xavier Dolan. He’s not even 26 yrs old and an inspiration for other young film makers.

     

    I wonder if these wins for Timbuktu will have any impact with Oscar? I doubt it, but it does show the support the film has.

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