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    120 Beats per Minute leads with 13 nominations, followed by 12 nominations for See You Up There. Barbara and Bloody Milk have 8 nominations each.

    Best Film:
    120 Beats per Minute
    Barbara
    Bloody Milk
    Le Brio
    C’est la vie!
    Patients (aka Step By Step)
    See You Up There

    Best Director:
    Matthieu Amalric, Barbara
    Robin Campilo, 120 Beats per Minute
    Hubert Cheruel, Bloody Milk
    Julia Ducournau, Grave (aka Raw)
    Albert Dupontel, See You Up There
    Michel Hazanavicious, Le Redoubtable
    Eric Toledano and Olivier Nakache, C’est la vie!

    Bst Actor:
    Daniel Auteuil, Le Brio
    Swann Arlaud, Bloody Milk
    Jean-Pierre Bacri, C’est la vie!
    Guillaume Canet, Rock n’ Roll
    Albert Dupontel, See You Up There
    Louis Garrel, Le Redoubtable
    Reda Kateb, Django

    Best Actress:
    Jeanne Balibar, Barbara
    Juliette Binoche, Let The Sunshine In
    Emmanuelle Devos, Number One
    Marina Fois, The Workshop
    Charlotte Gainsbourg, Promise at Dawn
    Doria Tillier, M. & Madame Adelman
    Karin Viard, Jalouse

    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!
    Antoine Reinartz, 120 Beats per Minute

    Best Supporting Actress:
    Laure Calamy, Ava
    Anais Demoustier, La Villa
    Sara Giraudeau, Bloody Milk
    Adele Haenel, 120 Beats per Minute
    Melanie Thierry, C’est la vie!

    Best Male Newcomer:
    Benjamin Lavernhe, C’est la vie!
    Finnegan Oldfield, Marvin ou la Belle Education
    Pablo Pauly, Patients (Step By Step)
    Nahuel Perez Biscayard, 120 Beats per Minute
    Arnaud Valois, 120 Beats per Minute

    Best Female Newcomer:
    Iris Bry, Les Gardiennes
    Latetia Dosch, Jeun Femme
    Eye Haidara, C’est la vie!
    Carmelia Jordana, Le Brio
    Garance Marillier, Grave (aka Raw)

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    Teridax
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    I really would have loved to see Raw in Best Film, but overall these nominations look pretty solid and believable, even though I haven’t seen any other films. I’ve gotta see BPM like crazy, I hope it lives up to all the hype. I am going have to go into that one with moderate expectations just to be safe.

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    Best Documentary:
    12 Days
    Carre 35
    Faces Places
    I Am Not Your Negro
    A Voix Haute – La Force de la Parole

    Best Original Screenplay;
    120 Beats per Minute
    Barbara
    Bloody Milk
    C’est la vie!
    Grave (Raw)

    Best Adapted Screenplay:
    Les Gardiennes (The Guardians)
    Patients
    Promise at Dawn
    Redoubtable
    See You Up There

    Best Cinematography:
    120 Beats per Minute
    Barbara
    Les Gardiennes
    Redoubtable
    See You Up There

    Best Costume Design:
    120 Beats per Minute
    Barbara
    Les Gardiennes
    Promise at Dawn
    See You Up There

    Best Original Score:
    120 Beats per Minute
    Bloody Milk
    Faces Places
    Grave
    See You Up There

    Best Editing:
    120 Beats per Minute
    Barbara
    Bloody Milk
    C’est la vie!
    See You Up There

    Best Sound:
    120 Beats per Minute
    Barbara
    C’est la vie!
    Grave
    See You Up There

    Best Debut Feature
    Bloody Milk
    Grave
    Jeun Femme
    M. & Madame Adelman
    Patients

    Best Production Design:
    120 Beats per Minute
    Barbara
    Promise at Dawn
    Redoubtable
    See You Up There

    Best Animated Film:
    Le Grand Mehant Renard et Autres Cortes
    Sahara
    Zombillenium

    Best Foreign Film:
    Dunkirk
    La La Land
    Loveless
    The Nile Hilton Incident
    The Royal Exchange
    The Square
    A Wedding

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    Best Foreign Film:
    Dunkirk
    La La Land
    Loveless
    The Nile Hilton Incident
    The Royal Exchange
    The Square
    A Wedding

    Okay, so I haven’t seen any of the other nominees besides Dunkirk, and I didn’t even love La La Land (amazing technically but the script was meh), but I want to see the Chazelle film win the Cesar as revenge for its “winning” the Best Picture Oscar only for everyone to find out it actually lost a couple minutes later.

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    Best Documentary:
    12 Days
    Carre 35
    Faces Places
    I Am Not Your Negro
    A Voix Haute – La Force de la Parole

    I freaking KNOW Faces Places will easily win this one. Agnes Varda being a legendary hero of cinema in France makes it the definition of a L.O.C.K.

    However, I want I Am Not Your Negro to win everything it possibly still can, including the Bafta and the Cesar, as justice for its Oscar loss.

    Faces Places can still be an Oscar winner, while the brilliant and moving Raoul Peck film sadly never will be. I voted for it to win the Spirit Award for Documentary but O.J.: Made In America understandably won.

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    FreemanGriffin
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    I was hoping that Juliette Binoche would win her 2nd Cesar but the fact that her film isn’t nominated in any other categories indicates a lack of support; I suspect Jeanne Balibar will win for her dual roles as Brigitte and “Barbara” (she plays an actress preparing for the role of the legendary French singer Barbara).

    I did not realize that Nahuel Perez Biscayart is Argentinian. I was disappointed he wasn’t double nominated but I will be happy with a win for him as Best Male Newcomer. (Although I love Arnaud Lavois as well!)

    Even though Adele Haenel already has won twice I hope she wins for 120 Beats per Minute for Best Supporting Actress.

    Of course I am rooting for 120 Beats per Minute for Best Film and Best Director, Faces Places for Best Documentary (I was hoping it would make it in to Best Film and Best Director but it didn’t happen – documentaries have made it in to those categories in the past).

    Happy End was completely shut out which surprised me. I thought for certain at least the 13 year old girl would make it in, maybe Trintignant and maybe even Huppert.

    It is CRIMINAL that Catherine Deneuve was not nominated for The Midwife ):

    I am hoping many of these films show up at this year’s local French film festival! (:

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    I adore 120 BPM, and appreciate their Newcomer nods, but seriously HOW do you have this film leading the nods tally, yet not have Biscayart in Actor or Valois in Supporting?

    Thrilled to see Haenel in Supporting Actress though. Very deserved. I hope it sweeps.

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    Another film that I was disappointed to see with no nominations was Chez Nous (This Is Our Land), which was terrific, and I esp. thought Catherine Jacob would be nominated for playing a right-wing politician, and Andre Dussollier for playing a right-wing father figure who recruits the heroine to run for office. The film was released in early 2017 and was forgotten. It was attacked viciously by right-wing zealots at the time. It’s a wonderful film, well worth watching if you can find it. Emilie Dequenne was wonderful in the lead role too.

    The super strong support for 120 Beats per Minute surprises; costumes and production design! See You Up There is set in 1919, so one would naturally assume it would be nominated. A film set in the 1990’s is surprising but deserved! (:

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