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    Best Film
    LA BELLE EPOQUE
    BY THE GRACE OF GOD
    LES MISERABLES
    AN OFFICER AND A SPY
    OH MERCY!
    PORTRAIT OF A LADY ON FIRE
    THE SPECIALS

    Best Director
    NICOLAS BEDOS, La Belle epoque
    ARNAUD DESPLECHIN, Oh Mercy!
    LADJ LY, Les Miserables
    FRANCOIS OZON, By The Grace Of God
    ROMAN POLANSKI, An Officer and a Spy
    CELINE SCIAMMA, Portrait of a Lady on Fire
    ERIC TOLEDANO and OLIVIER NAKACHE, The Specials

    Best First Film
    ATLANTICS
    LE CHANT DU LOUP
    LES MISERABLES
    NOM DE LA TERRE
    PAPICHA

    Best Actress
    ANAIS DEMOUSTIER, Alice and the Mayor
    EVA GREEN, Proxima
    ADELE HAENEL, Portrait of a Lady on Fire
    CHIARA MASTRIANNI, Chambre 212
    NOEMIE MERLANT, Portrait of a Lady on Fire
    DORIA TILLIER, La Belle epoque
    KARIN VIARD, The Perfect Nanny

    Best Actor
    DANEIL AUTEUIL, La Belle epoque
    DAMIEN BONNARD, Les Miserables
    VINCENT CASSEL, The Specials
    JEAN DUJARDIN, An Officer and a Spy
    REDA KATEB, The Specials
    MELVIL POUPAUD, By The Grace Of God
    ROSCHDY ZEM, Oh Mercy!

    Best Supporting Actress
    FANNY ARDANT, La Belle epoque
    JOSIANE BALASKO, By The Grace Of God
    LAURE CALAMY, Only the Animals
    SARA FORESTIER, Oh Mercy!
    HELENE VINCENT, The Specials

    Best Supporting Actor
    SWANN ARLAUD, By The Grace Of God
    GREGORY GADEBOIS, An Officer and a Spy
    LOUIS GARREL, An Officer and a Spy
    BENJAMIN LAVERNHE, Love At Second Sight
    DENIS MENOCHET, By The Grace Of God

    (to be continued)

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    Most Promising Actress
    LUANA BAJRIANI, Portrait of a Lady on Fire
    MAME BINETA SANE, Atlantics
    CELESTE BRNQUENTUELL, The Dazzled
    LYNA KHOUDRI, Papicha
    NINA MEURISSE, Camille

    Most Promising Actor
    ANTHONY BAJON, In The Name of The Land
    BENJAMIN LESSIEUR, The Specials
    ALEXIS MANENTI, Les Miserables
    LIAM PIERRON, School Life
    DJIBRIL ZONGA, Les Miserables

    Original Screenplay
    LA BELLE EPOQUE
    BY THE GRACE OF GOD
    LES MISERABLES
    PORTRAIT OF A LADY ON FIRE
    THE SPECIALS

    Adapted Screenplay
    ADULTS IN THE ROOM
    I LOST MY BODY
    AN OFFICER AND A SPY
    OH MERCY!
    SEULES LES BETES

    Cinematography
    LA BELLE EPOQUE
    LES MISERABLES
    AN OFFICER AND A SPY
    OH MERCY!
    PORTRAIT OF A LADY ON FIRE

    Editing
    LA BELLE EPOQUE
    BY THE GRACE OF GOD
    LES MISERABLES
    AN OFFICER AND A SPY
    THE SPECIALS

    Costumes
    LA BELLE EPOQUE
    LE CHANT DU LOUP
    EDMOND
    AN OFFICER AND A SPY
    PORTRAIT OF A LADY ON FIRE

    Production Design
    LA BELLE EPOQUE
    EDMOND
    AN OFFICER AND A SPY
    PORTRAIT OF A LADY ON FIRE
    THE WOLF’S CALL

    Sound
    LA BELLE EPOQUE
    LE CHANT DU LOUP
    LES MISERABLES
    AN OFFICER AND A SPY
    PORTRAIT OF A LADY ON FIRE

    Original Score
    ATLANTICS
    I LOST MY BODY
    LES MISERABLES
    AN OFFICER AND A SPY
    OH MERCY!

    Documentary
    THE CORDIRELLA OF DREAMS
    LOURDES
    M
    68, MON PERE ET LES CHOUS
    WONDER BOY

    Animated Film
    THE BEAR’S FAMOUS INVASION OF SICILY
    I LOST MY BODY
    THE SWALLOWS OF KABUL

    Foreign Film
    JOKER
    LOLA VERS LA MER
    ONCE UPON A TIME…IN HOLLYWOOD
    PAIN & GLORY
    PARASITE
    THE TRAITOR
    YOUNG AHMED

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    The French love them their accused rapists….jeez.

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    I wonder if Adele Haenel and Noemie Merlant will cancel each other out?

    An Officer and a Spy (J’Accuse!) has the most nominations, with 12. Polanski has already won 4 Cesars for Best Director. Now that they have the split where the same film cannot win both BP and Best Director and we have Les Miserables and Portrait of a Lady on Fire also in the categories it’s going to be interesting to see which films win!

    I hope Oh Mercy! is a return to form for Desplechin; his last few films have left a lot to be desired from me.

    Very interesting list! Hoping that many of these films will be shown at my local French film festival in July!

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    I’ve only seen Portrait of a Lady, Les Miserables, By the Grace of God, I Lost My Body, The Swallows of Kabul & Atlantics.

    Two of my favourites got zero nominations: Who You Think I Am & The Summer House but that doesn’t really surprise me.

    Hope to see a number of the other nominated films in March.

    Wonder how long before the Polanski film is picked up for distribution in an English speaking territory. Apparnetly the upcoming French DVD/Blu Ray release will not have English subtitles.

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    nice to see I lost My Body get in screenplay, I heard good things about Eva Green in Proxima so I’m excited for it whenever it releases on home video. hopefully Portrait of a Lady on Fire sweeps but I doubt it wins much other than actress & screenplay. Just don’t give Polanski another directing award :/

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    I’ve only seen Portrait of a Lady, Les Miserables, By the Grace of God, I Lost My Body, The Swallows of Kabul & Atlantics.

    Two of my favourites got zero nominations: Who You Think I Am & The Summer House but that doesn’t really surprise me.

    Hope to see a number of the other nominated films in March.

    Wonder how long before the Polanski film is picked up for distribution in an English speaking territory. Apparnetly the upcoming French DVD/Blu Ray release will not have English subtitles.

    I have read that An Officer and A Spy has been picked up for distribution for this spring. I hope so – I really want to see it!

    Finally getting to see Portrait Of A Lady On Fire this weekend! It has taken forever to be released here!

    Thank you for reminding me that they didn’t nominate Juliette Binoche for Who You Think I Am ): I haven’t seen it but it sounds to be wonderful from what I have read about it!

    I think I will lobby hard for more of these films to be shown at the French film festival in July.

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    I made a few minor mistakes and have corrected them. The awards will be given out on Feb. 28th in Paris!

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    Really hope Haenel and Merlant don’t split.

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    Loving the love for Luàna Bajrami! Very underestimated in Portrait in my opinion.

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    I wonder if Adele Haenel and Noemie Merlant will cancel each other out? An Officer and a Spy (J’Accuse!) has the most nominations, with 12. Polanski has already won 4 Cesars for Best Director. Now that they have the split where the same film cannot win both BP and Best Director and we have Les Miserables and Portrait of a Lady on Fire also in the categories it’s going to be interesting to see which films win! I hope Oh Mercy! is a return to form for Desplechin; his last few films have left a lot to be desired from me. Very interesting list! Hoping that many of these films will be shown at my local French film festival in July!

    Merlant won Lumiere, where Haenal didn’t be nominated. Normally its winner doesn’t win Cesar. So Merlant has a great chance to win.

    FYC Emmy & BAFTA: Drama Series ー "THE CROWN" ACTOR (Tobias Menzies), ACTRESS (Olivia Colman),
    SUP. ACTOR (Josh O'Connor & Jason Watkins), SUP. ACTRESS (Helena Bonham Carter), GUEST ACTOR (Charles Dance & Derek Jacobi), GUEST ACTRESS (Jane Lapotaire & Geraldine Chaplin)
    Limited Series ー "NORMAL PEOPLE" ACTOR (Paul Mescal), ACTRESS (Daisy Edgar-Jones)

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    If Adèle and naomie split then at least give it to Eva green. It’s a crime this is green first ever Cesar nomination

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    Merlant won Lumiere, where Haenal didn’t be nominated. Normally its winner doesn’t win Cesar. So Merlant has a great chance to win.

    Last year there was a split – Lumieres went with Elodie Bouchez for In Safe Hands and Cesar went with Lea Drucker for Custody. Bouchez’s co-star Sandrine Kiberlain was nominated for the Cesars but not the Lumieres – similarly to Noemie and Adele this year. IDK who would win instead of Merlant. Haenel has already won two Cesars (Supporting Actress for Suzanne and Actress for Love At First Fight).

    I have watched all of the trailers and loved them all! (:

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    Haenel is so respected and so beloved by both the Césars and the public. She won Best Newcomer and Best Actress back to back. She’s considered the new Catherine Deneuve.

    I really don’t think they’ll split the vote. The voters will go for Haenel if they have to choose. But they might want to give Merlant the win since she’s been nominated two times in the Best Newcomer category.

    I think it’s between the two of them. The competition isn’t very strong.

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