Saturday, February 26, 2011

Cesar 2011: An evening gala, a record unprecedented

This Friday, February 25 took place the 36th night of Caesar. On this occasion, who's who of French cinema met at the Chatelet Theatre in Paris to see the precious award statuettes. An event conducted in a master's hand by Antoine de Caunes, in charge of orchestrating all the beautiful people who parade on stage.

The jury, meanwhile, was chaired by Jodie Foster, while Quentin Tarantino was offered an honorary Cesar for his entire career, from the hands of Diane Kruger, Christoph Waltz, two actors from his Inglourious Basterds . Side winners, men and gods won the Cesar for best film, while Sara Forestier (The name for people) and Eric Elmosnino (For Gainsbourg (a heroic life)) were sacred Best Actress and Best Actor.

Please note that The Social Network has added a new line to his list already full, with the Cesar for best foreign film. Best Film: Gods and Men directed by Xavier Beauvois Best Actress: Sara Forestier, for delivery in the name of gensMeilleur Actor: Eric Elmosnino for his remarkable metamorphosis in Gainsbourg (heroic life) Best Actress in a Supporting Role: Anne Alvaro for one it yours with Jean Dujardin in the noise glaçonsMeilleur Actor in a Supporting Role: Michael Lonsdale, in the popular Men and dieuxMeilleur Promising Actress: Leila Bekhti in the already cult Everything brilleMeilleur Promising Actor Edgar Ramirez Carlos, filmMeilleur Director: Roman Polanski for The Ghost WriterMeilleur Original Screenplay: Baya Kasmi and Michel Leclerc for the name of gensMeilleure Adaptation: Robert Harris and Roman Polanski for The Ghost WriterMeilleure Music Written for a Film: Alexandre Desplat for The Ghost WriterMeilleur Sound: Daniel Sobrino, John and Cyril Holtz Goudier for Gainsbourg (heroic life) Best Cinematography: Caroline Champetier for Men and dieuxMeilleur Editing: Herve de Luze for The Ghost WriterMeilleurs Costumes: Caroline de Vivaise for La Princesse de MontpensierMeilleurs Sets: Hugh Tissandier for The Adventures of Adele Blanc-SecMeilleur Short Film: Logorama, directed by Francis Alaux, Herve Ludovic de Crecy and Houplain.

Produced by Nicolas Schmerkin Best Animated Film: The Illusionist, directed by Sylvain Chomet and produced by Marc Lacan Best Documentary Film: Oceans, directed by Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud. Produced by Jacques and Nicolas Mauvernay Parrini Best First Film: Gainsbourg (heroic life), by Joann Sfar.

Produced by Marc and Didier Lupfer Pontavice the Best Foreign Film: The Social Network, directed by David Fincher

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