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27 January 2016 à 19:01

2016 Cesar nominations announced

50 films and 113 artists and technicians have received nominations for the 2016 Cesar Awards, selected by a voting committee of 4,509 movie industry professionals. The winners will be revealed at the awards ceremony to be held on February 26, hosted for the first time by the comedian Florence Foresti.

The films that have received the largest number of nominations are Marguerite and My Golden Days (11 nominations), Dheepan and Mustang (9 nominations), and Mon roi and Standing Tall (8 nominations).

NB: In addition to the 4 films mentioned below in the Best Foreign Film category, the nominees also include Son of Saul by László Nemes, Taxi Teheran by Jafar Panahi, and Birdman by Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritù, which are not included in our database as they do not have French co-production partners.

Best Film
Dheepan

Dheepan is a Sri Lankan Tamil fighter, a Tiger.
The civil war draws to a close in Sri Lanka, defeat is at hand, and Dheepan decides to flee. He takes a woman and a little girl, whom he doesn't know, with him, hoping this will make it easier to get political asylum in Europe.

Once in Paris, this "family" struggles along, living in one shelter after another until Dheepan gets a caretaker's job in a housing project on the outskirts of the city.
Dheepan hopes to build a new life and to create a real home for his fake wife and daughter.
However, soon the everyday violence of the housing projects causes the still open wounds of the war to resurface.

Dheepan the soldier must reconnect with his warrior instincts to protect those who he hopes will become his "real" family.

2015 | 114 mins | Fiction
Fatima

Fatima is a single mother with two daughters, Souad, a rebellious fifteen-year-old, and Nesrine, an eighteen-year-old who has just started medical studies. Fatima has a poor command of French, which causes her much frustration in her daily interaction with her daughters, both of whom are her pride and joy, driving force, and also the reason for many worries. In order to provide them with the best possible future, Fatima works shifts as a cleaning lady. One day, she falls down a staircase. Unable to work, Fatima starts writing down in Arabic everything that it has been impossible for her to say until then in French to her daughters.

2015 | 79 mins | Fiction
La Loi du marché
The Measure of a Man

After being out of work for twenty years, fifty-one-year-old Thierry starts a new job. He is soon confronted by a moral dilemma: to keep his job, should he accept everything asked of him?

2014 | 93 mins | Fiction
La Tête haute
Standing Tall

We follow Malony's journey through the education system from the age of six to eighteen, accompanied by a children's magistrate and a caseworker who try tirelessly to rescue him.

2014 | 119 mins | Fiction
Marguerite

Paris in the 1920s. Marguerite Dumont is a wealthy woman with a passion for music and the opera. For years, she has performed regularly for a circle of guests.
But Marguerite sings tragically out of tune and no one has ever told her. Her husband and her close friends have always encouraged her in her illusions.
Things become very complicated the day she gets it into her head to perform in front of a genuine public, at the Opera.

2014 | 127 mins | Fiction
Mon roi

Tony is admitted to a rehabilitation center after a serious skiing accident. Dependent on the medical staff and pain relievers, she takes time to look back on her turbulent relationship with Georgio.
Why did they love each other? Who is this man that she loved so deeply?
How did she allow herself to submit to this suffocating and destructive passion? For Tony, a difficult process of healing lies ahead of her, physical work which may finally set her free…

2014 | 128 mins | Fiction
Mustang

It's the beginning of summer. In a village in northern Turkey, Lale and her four sisters return home from school, innocently playing with a group of boys. The supposed debauchery of their games causes a scandal with unforeseen consequences.

The family home progressively transforms into a prison, practical household chores replace school work and marriages start being arranged.

The five sisters, driven by the same desire for freedom, twist the boundaries imposed upon them.

2014 | 94 mins | Fiction
Trois souvenirs de ma jeunesse

Paul Dédalus is going to leave Tadzhikistan. He remembers…
His childhood in Roubaix… His mother's insane outbursts... The bond between himself and his younger brother, Ivan, a pious and violent child...
He remembers… When he was sixteen... His father, an inconsolable widower... This journey to the USSR on a clandestine mission, which led him to offer his own identity to a young Russian man...
He remembers when he was nineteen, his sister Delphine, his cousin Bob, the wild nights with Pénélope, Mehdi, and Kovalki, the friend who had to betray him...
His studies in Paris, his encounter with Dr. Béhanzin, his blossoming vocation for anthropology...
And above all, Paul remembers Esther. She was the center of his life.
Slowly, "a fanatical center."

2015 | 120 mins | Fiction
Best Director
Xavier Giannoli
for
2014 | 127 mins | Fiction
Arnaud Desplechin
for
2015 | 120 mins | Fiction
Deniz Gamze Ergüven
for
2014 | 94 mins | Fiction
Jacques Audiard
for
2015 | 114 mins | Fiction
Emmanuelle Bercot
for
Standing Tall
2014 | 119 mins | Fiction
Maïwenn
for
2014 | 128 mins | Fiction
Stéphane Brizé
for
The Measure of a Man
2014 | 93 mins | Fiction
Best Actress
Catherine Frot
for
2014 | 127 mins | Fiction
Soria Zeroual
for
2015 | 79 mins | Fiction
Cécile De France
for
Summertime
2015 | 105 mins | Fiction
Catherine Deneuve
for
Standing Tall
2014 | 119 mins | Fiction
Loubna Abidar
for
2015 | 104 mins | Fiction
Emmanuelle Bercot
for
2014 | 128 mins | Fiction
Isabelle Huppert
for
2014 | 92 mins | Fiction
Best Actor
François Damiens
for
Cowboys
2015 | 104 mins | Fiction
Vincent Lindon
for
The Measure of a Man
2014 | 93 mins | Fiction
Gérard Depardieu
for
2014 | 92 mins | Fiction
Jean-Pierre Bacri
for
The Very Private Life of Mister Sim
2015 | 102 mins | Fiction
Vincent Cassel
for
2014 | 128 mins | Fiction
Antonythasan Jesuthasan
for
2015 | 114 mins | Fiction
Fabrice Luchini
for
Courted
2014 | 98 mins | Fiction
Best Supporting Actress
Sara Forestier
for
Standing Tall
2014 | 119 mins | Fiction
Sidse Babett Knudsen
for
Courted
2014 | 98 mins | Fiction
Agnès Jaoui
for
The Sweet Escape
2015 | 105 mins | Fiction
Karin Viard
for
21 Nights with Pattie by Arnaud
2015 | 115 mins | Fiction
Noémie Lvovsky
for
Summertime
2015 | 105 mins | Fiction
Best Supporting Actor
Vincent Rottiers
for
2015 | 114 mins | Fiction
André Marcon
for
2014 | 127 mins | Fiction
Benoît Magimel
for
Standing Tall
2014 | 119 mins | Fiction
Michel Fau
for
2014 | 127 mins | Fiction
Louis Garrel
for
2014 | 128 mins | Fiction
Most Promising Actress
Camille Cottin
for
The Parisian Bitch, Princess of Hearts
2014 | 90 mins | Fiction
Zita Hanrot
for
2015 | 79 mins | Fiction
Diane Rouxel
for
Standing Tall
2014 | 119 mins | Fiction
Sara Giraudeau
for
The Cocktail Party
2015 | 79 mins | Fiction
Lou Roy-Lecollinet
for
2015 | 120 mins | Fiction
Most Promising Actor
Quentin Dolmaire
for
2015 | 120 mins | Fiction
Rod Paradot
for
Standing Tall
2014 | 119 mins | Fiction
Swann Arlaud
for
The Anarchists
2015 | 101 mins | Fiction
Finnegan Oldfield
for
Cowboys
2015 | 104 mins | Fiction
Félix Moati
for
All About Them
2014 | 86 mins | Fiction
Best Animated Film
Adama
 

Twelve-year-old Adama lives in a remote village in Western Africa. Beyond the cliffs, the World of Breaths can be found, where the Nassaras reign.
One night, Samba, his older brother, disappears. Defying the laws of the elders, Adama decides to set out to find him. With the unwavering determination of a child becoming a man, he launches into a quest that will take him beyond the seas, to the North, to the front lines of World War I. It is 1916.

2015 | 82 mins | Animation
Avril et le monde truqué
April and the Extraordinary World

1941. The world is radically different from the one usually depicted in history. Napoleon V reigns over France, where, like everywhere else on the globe, scholars and scientist are mysteriously disappearing, depriving humanity of major inventions. This has been going on for seventy years. Unaware in particular of the radio, television, electricity, aviation, and the combustion engine, this world has got stuck in out-of-date technology, as though slumbering in nineteenth century knowledge, governed by coal and steam. 
In this strange world, April, a young girl, sets out to find her scientist parents, who have disappeared. April is accompanied by Darwin, her talking cat, and Julius, a young street urchin. This trio must cope with the dangers and mysteries of this Extraordinary World. Who has been kidnapping the scholars and scientists for decades?
And for what sinister purpose?

2012 | 105 mins | Animation
Le Petit Prince
The Little Prince

It's the story of a story.
It's the story of a little girl, intrepid and curious, who lives in an adult world.
It's the story of an aviator, eccentric and facetious, who never really grew up.
It's the story of the Little Prince who will bring them together in an extraordinary adventure.

2013 | 108 mins | Animation
Best Documentary
Cavanna
Cavanna, He Was Charlie

A documentary about François Cavanna, the creator of Charlie Hebdo and Hara Kiri magazines, the inventor of French satirical press, the author of Ritals and sixty other works, who died at the end of January 2014.
The film is based on interviews with Cavanna carried shortly before his death, forgotten archives, and accounts, not yet seen before, from friends and colleagues such as Siné, Willem, Delfeil de Ton, and Sylvie Caster.
Under the surface, this film traces a story that risks fading from memory about the first man who could have said "I am Charlie."

2015 | 90 mins | Documentary
Demain
Tomorrow

What if showing solutions or telling a story which does some good, was the best way of resolving the ecological, economic and social problems our country is going through? 
Following the publication of a study that announced the possible disappearance of a part of humanity between here and 2100, Cyril Dion and Mélanie Laurent set out with a team of four people to carry out an investigation in ten countries in order to understand what could provoke this catastrophe and, above all, how to avoid it.
During their journey, they met pioneers who are reinventing agriculture, energy, the economy, democracy, and education. By putting these positive and concrete initiatives, which are already functioning, end to end, the filmmakers began to see the emergence of what the world of tomorrow could be…

2015 | 118 mins | Documentary
L'Image manquante
The Missing Picture

"The world is so packed with images, and we think we have seen them all and thought about them all. For many years, I have been looking for the missing image: a photograph taken between 1975 and 1979 by the Khmer Rouge when they ruled Cambodia.
On its own, of course, an image cannot prove mass murder, but it can make us think, make us reflect on things, it allows us to write our history.
I searched for it in vain in the archives, in old papers, in the countryside of my country. Today I know: this image must be missing, but if I didn't search for it, would it not be obscene and meaningless? So I created it. What I show you today is neither an image nor the search for a single image, but the image of a quest: a quest that cinema allows to exist.
Some images must always remain missing; they will always be replaced by others: in this process, we can see life, struggles, pain, and beauty; the sadness of lost faces, an understanding of what was. Sometimes there is dignity and sometimes courage—but they are never forgotten."

2013 | 95 mins | Documentary
Le Bouton de nacre
The Pearl Button

The Pearl Button is a story about water, about the cosmos, and about us. It begins with two mysterious buttons discovered at the depths of the Pacific Ocean near the Chilean coastline and its supernatural landscapes covered with volcanoes, mountains, and glaciers.
Through the stories behind these buttons, we hear the voices of the Patagonian indigenous people, of the first English sailors, and also those of the political prisoners. Some say that water has memory. This film shows that it also has a voice.

2014 | 82 mins | Documentary
Une jeunesse allemande

The Red Army Faction (RAF), an extreme-left terrorist organization, also known as the "Baader-Meinhof Gang" or the "Baader-Meinhof Group," operated in Germany in the 1970s. Its members, who believed in the power of images, initially expressed their militancy in artistic, cinematographic and media-attention grabbing actions. But, faced with the failure of these actions to have the desired impact, the group became more radicalized and resorted to armed struggle, and to even carrying out lethal bombings and assassinations which would contribute to the climate of social and political violence during the period known as the "Years of Lead."

2015 | 93 mins | Documentary
Best First Film
L'Affaire SK1

Paris, 1991. The true story of Franck Magne, a young inspector starting out in the Criminal Investigation Department at the Police Headquarters in Paris in the Crime Squad. His first case deals with the murder of a young woman. His investigation leads him to study similar cases which he’s the only person to link together. He’s quickly confronted with the reality of police investigation work: the lack of equipment, bureaucracy... For eight years, obsessed by this investigation, he’ll hunt the serial killer who no one else believes exists.

2013 | 120 mins | Fiction
Les Cowboys
Cowboys

A vast prairie, a country and western gathering somewhere in eastern France. Alain is one of the mainstays of this community. He dances with Kelly, his sixteen-year-old daughter, while his wife and their young son, Kid, watch them tenderly.
Later that day, Kelly disappears and their family life is shattered. Alain then starts constantly looking for his daughter, to the detriment of the rest of his family and all that he once possessed. He finds himself caught up in the maelstrom of the world. A world in the throes of upheaval, where Kid is his only support. His son sacrifices his youth as he is dragged around by his father in his endless quest.

2015 | 104 mins | Fiction
Mustang

It's the beginning of summer.

In a village in northern Turkey, Lale and her four sisters return home from school, innocently playing with a group of boys.

The supposed debauchery of their games causes a scandal with unforeseen consequences.

The family home progressively transforms into a prison, practical household chores replace school work and marriages start being arranged.

The five sisters, driven by the same desire for freedom, twist the boundaries imposed upon them.

2014 | 94 mins | Fiction
Ni le ciel, ni la terre
The Wakhan Front

Afghanistan, 2014. While troops are on the verge of withdrawal, Captain Antarès Bonassieu and his section are assigned a control and surveillance mission in a remote valley of the Wakhan, on the Pakistan border. Despite their determination, Antarès and his men gradually lose control of what is supposedly a calm sector. Then one September night, soldiers in the valley mysteriously disappear.

2015 | 100 mins | Fiction
Nous trois ou rien
The Three of Us

From a small village in southern Iran to the high-rise projects on Paris' outskirts, Kheiron tells us about the extraordinary story of his parents Hibat and Fereshteh, eternal optimists, in a comedy that is like a universal tale. It evokes family love, generosity, and above all, the ideal of living in harmony together.

2014 | 102 mins | Fiction
Best Foreign Film
Je suis mort mais j'ai des amis

Four hairy, bearded — and Belgian — rockers attend the funeral of the group's lead singer. Out of friendship and to prove that nothing can stop them, they decide to go on tour in Los Angeles with the singer's ashes. The day before they're about to leave, a soldier with a mustache turns up and introduces himself as their friend's lover. Their journey takes a most unexpected track...

2014 | 96 mins | Fiction
Youth

It's springtime. Fred and Mick, two old friends who are nearing their eighties, are on vacation in an elegant hotel at the foot of the Alps. Fred, a composer and conductor, is now retired. Mick, a film director, is still working. Both friends know that their time is running out and they decide to face their future together. They gaze, with curiosity and tenderness, upon their children's confused lives, Mick's enthusiastic young screen writers, and the other hotel guests. While Mick scrambles to finish the screenplay for what he imagines will be his last important film, Fred has no intention of resuming his musical career, which he abandoned some years before. But someone wants at all costs to hear Fred's last compositions and to watch him conduct an orchestra once again.

2015 | 118 mins | Fiction
Le Tout Nouveau Testament
The Brand New Testament

"God exists. He lives in Brussels. He's horrible to his wife and daughter. A lot has been said about his son, but almost nothing about his daughter. That's me; I'm his daughter. I'm called Ea and I'm ten years old. To take revenge, I've sent out text messages letting everyone know the dates they're going to die."

2014 | 112 mins | Fiction
Mia Madre
My Mother

Margherita is a film director caught up in a film shoot, in which the lead role is played by a famous, and unbearable, American actor of Italian descent.

The concerns she feels as a committed artist combine with private anxieties: her mother is in hospital, her daughter is in the throes of adolescence. As for her brother, he's as irreproachable as ever. Will Margherita manage to feel she measures up, in terms of her work and her family?

2014 | 107 mins | Fiction
Best Original Music
Stephen Warbeck
for
2014 | 128 mins | Fiction
Warren Ellis
for
2014 | 94 mins | Fiction
Raphaël
for
Cowboys
2015 | 104 mins | Fiction
Ennio Morricone
Grégoire Hetzel
for
2015 | 120 mins | Fiction
Best Editing
Mathilde Van de Moortel
for
2014 | 94 mins | Fiction
Simon Jacquet
for
2014 | 128 mins | Fiction
Juliette Welfling
for
2015 | 114 mins | Fiction
Laurence Briaud
for
2015 | 120 mins | Fiction
Cyril Nakache
for
2014 | 127 mins | Fiction
Best Original Screenplay
Xavier Giannoli
for
2014 | 127 mins | Fiction
Arnaud Desplechin
for
2015 | 120 mins | Fiction
Marcia Romano
for
Standing Tall
2014 | 119 mins | Fiction
Noé Debré
Deniz Gamze Ergüven
for
2014 | 94 mins | Fiction
Best Adapted Screenplay
Benoit Jacquot
for
Diary of a Chambermaid
2014 | 95 mins | Fiction
Samuel Benchetrit
for
Macadam Stories
2015 | 100 mins | Fiction
Vincent Garenq
for
The Clearstream Affair
2013 | 110 mins | Fiction
Philippe Faucon
for
2015 | 79 mins | Fiction
David Oelhoffen
for
Far From Men
2013 | 101 mins | Fiction
Best Cinematography
Irina Lubtchansky
for
2015 | 120 mins | Fiction
Glynn Speeckaert
for
2014 | 127 mins | Fiction
David Chizallet
for
2014 | 94 mins | Fiction
Éponine Momenceau
for
2015 | 114 mins | Fiction
Christophe Offenstein
Best Production Design
Katia Wyszkop
for
Diary of a Chambermaid
2014 | 95 mins | Fiction
Michel Barthélémy
for
2015 | 114 mins | Fiction
Martin Kurel
for
2014 | 127 mins | Fiction
Jean Rabasse
for
The Scent of Mandarine
2014 | 110 mins | Fiction
Toma Baquéni
for
2015 | 120 mins | Fiction
Best Sound
Cyril Holtz
Olivier Goinard
Gabriel Hafner
for
2014 | 127 mins | Fiction
Sylvain Malbrant
Emmanuel Croset
for
2014 | 128 mins | Fiction
Best Costume Design
Nathalie Raoul
for
2015 | 120 mins | Fiction
Anaïs Romand
for
Diary of a Chambermaid
2014 | 95 mins | Fiction
Selin Sözen
for
2014 | 94 mins | Fiction
Catherine Leterrier
for
The Scent of Mandarine
2014 | 110 mins | Fiction
Pierre-Jean Larroque
for
2014 | 127 mins | Fiction
Best Short Film
Essaie de mourir jeune
Try to Die Young

It's birthday time. Drifting through the dark night, Vincent and Hervé are looking for something to do. You only turn 25 once.

2014 | 20 mins | Fiction
Guy Moquet

Guy Moquet, or Guimo, or Guim’s, has promised Ticky to kiss him at dusk in front of everybody, right in the middle of the neighborhood. Maybe not that crazy? But surely not that simple.

2014 | 29 mins | Fiction
La Contre-allée
Back Alley

Suzanne has been a prostitute since the age of fifteen. She has her bit of the pavement, her regular customers, her freedom. One day, young African prostitutes set-up on the periphery. Suzanne is threatened.

2014 | 29 mins | Fiction
Le Dernier des céfrans
The Last Frenchman

Rémi is struggling to keep up and wants it to stop. It's decided, he is going to enlist. The snag, is that he is scared to tell his four best buddies: Boom, Nasser, Redouane, and Moussa. Besides, it seems that he is now the last remaining céfran* of the housing estate.

(*Céfran: masculine noun. Slang. Synonyms: Frenchman, Whitey, Gallic.)

2015 | 30 mins | Fiction
Mon héros
My Hero

Rémi escorts hypothetical Chinese investors. Yan distributes leaflets disguised as chicken. It is, therefore, logical that they meet up. But for them, it is so unexpected.

2014 | 29 mins | Fiction
Best Animated Short Film
La Nuit américaine d'Angélique
Angélique's Day For Night

When she goes to see François Truffaut's film Day For Night, Angélique discovers that we can invent our lives. She can believe herself to be Nathalie Baye, gain the admiration of her father, choose an incomprehensible job: so many perspectives are opened up by this movie.

But it will take her a few years to understand that films cannot solve all her problems, although they can allow her the great pleasure of finally being free.

2013 | 7 mins | Animation
Le Repas dominical
Sunday Lunch

It’s Sunday. At lunch, Jean observes his family. They ask him questions, but don’t listen to his answers; they give him advice but don’t follow them themselves. They caress him, they smack him, but it’s all normal, it's just Sunday lunch.

2015 | 13 mins | Animation
Sous tes doigts

When her grandmother dies, a young Eurasian woman relives, through dance and rituals, the remarkable story of the women of her family, taking her from colonial Indochina to the isolation of a transit camp.

2014 | 13 mins | Animation
Tigres à la queue leu leu
Tigers Tied Up in One Rope

A very lazy boy, scolded by his mother, who can no longer watch him sleeping and eating all day long, decides to set to work and reveals unsuspected resources of imagination, inventiveness, and perseverance.

2014 | 8 mins | Animation

 

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