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    Best Film: Les Miserables

    Best Director: Roman Polanski, An Officer and a Spy

    Best First Feature Film: Papicha

    Best Documentary: M

    Most Promising Actress: Lyna Khoudri, Papicha

    Most Promising Actor: Alexis Manenti, Les Miserables

    Best Animated Film: I Lost My Body

    Best Production Design: La belle epoque

    Best Costume Design: An Officer and a Spy

    Best Short Film: By a Hair

    Best Animated Short: The Night of the Plastic Bags

    Audience Award: Les Miserables

    Best Adapted Screenplay: An Officer and a Spy

    Best Original Screenplay: La belle epoque

    Best Cinematography: Claire Mathon, Portrait of a Lady on Fire

    Best Sound: The Wolf’s Call

    Best Editing: Les Miserables

    Best Foreign Film: Parasite

    Best Score: I Lost My Body

    Best Supporting Actress: Fanny Ardant, La belle epoque

    Best Supporting Actor: Swann Arlaud, By The Grace Of God

    Best Actress: Anais Demoustier, Alice and the Mayor

    Best Actor: Roschdy Zem, Oh Mercy!

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    La belle epoque won for Original Screenplay over both Les Miserables and Portrait of a Lady On Fire. Roman Polanski won for adapted screenplay with his An Officer and a Spy. Papicha winning First Film makes me think Les Miserables must be winning Best Film; they have a rule that Best Film cannot win Best Director… the awards are being given out now and I will post more winners as they are announced!

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    Claire Mathon won for her Cinematography of Portrait of a Lady on Fire (: They have been spreading the wealth this year, with the technical awards going to different films.

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    Fanny Ardant wins her 2nd Cesar 23 years after she won her first for 1996’s Pedale douce (Best Actress). This year she wins for Best Supporting Actress for La belle epoque.

    Swann Arlaud wins his 2nd Cesar – this time for Best Supporting Actor for By the Grace Of God. He won Best Actor 2 years ago for Bloody Milk.

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    Shocking upset for Best Actress: Anais Demoustier wins for Alice and the Mayor. She was her film’s only nomination. I had a feeling that Adele Haenel and Noemie Merlant would cancel each other out.

    Best Actor went to Roschdy Zem for Oh Mercy! He also won the Lumieres award for the same role.

    Roman Polanksi won Best Director for a fifth time (Tess, The Pianist, The Ghost Writer, Venus in Fur, and An Officer and a Spy). I was disappointed and thought that Celine Sciamma would win ):

    Les Miserables wins Best Film.

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    those walk outs were amazing once Polanski was announced as the winner, shame that convicted rapists are still celebrated.

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    adele haenel and celine sciamma walked out after polanski was announced the winner

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    They outdid themselves, this year was the cringiest ceremony they ever made. Foresti was good as a host but you could feel the tension in the room was high af and it ruined it. Also, the annoying award preseners did not help.

    This win for Polanski is gonna have big consequences. The backclash after the 12 (!) nominations was already big before the ceremony. I can’t imagine what it’s going to be after they just gave him 2 (!!) awards tonight.

    Les Misérables winning BP was very predictable and surprisingly, quite a boring choice. Glad it allowed Papicha to win Best First Feature tho !

    Portrait deserved more than Cinematography…

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    I really don’t blame people for walking out after Polanski winning Best Director. The guy’s an awful human being.

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    adele haenel and celine sciamma walked out after polanski was announced the winner

    saw portrait today respect her so much now

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    Nice win for Anais Demoustier!

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    Fuck them.

    Check out more of my thoughts on Twitter (@AMG_Review) and Instagram (amg_reviews)

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    Once again the silent majority rises above the vocal minority. This is after the mass resignation of the entire board of governers at César following the 12 nominations for Polanski’s film.

    Shocking upset for Best Actress: Anais Demoustier wins for Alice and the Mayor. She was her film’s only nomination. I had a feeling that Adele Haenel and Noemie Merlant would cancel each other out.

    Perhaps, but I don’t see why that should be; after seeing Portrait, it’s clear to me which of the two actresses I would pick and her name starts with ‘A’. (They’re both great though.) I haven’t seen Alice and the Mayor, so who knows, maybe Demoustier deserved it.

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