Co-Producer and Broadcaster of the Ceremony
Chairman of the Management Board of Canal+ Group
Historical partner of the César ceremony for more than a quarter of a century, CANAL+ is proud to take part in the great celebration of French Cinema. Pride in more than one way for the CANAL+ Group, which is constantly working alongside film professionals to defend the quality of French production.
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Air France loves cinema and makes the sky the greatest cinema in the world. A true ambassador for cinema in France and abroad, Air France has been flying the cinema in the skies since 1966 and offers its customers up to 1,400 hours of video on demand, in 12 languages, on 38,000 individual screens. Air France is also making the world of cinema vibrate with Air France Studio, providing professionals with a variety of environments where film shoots can take place.
Director of the French networks, member of the Executive Committee of the BNP Paribas Group
Cinema and BNP Paribas, a history that has united us for more than a century
We are proud to contribute to the influence of French cinema by being one of the major players in its financing. More than one out of every two films produced in France is financed by BNP Paribas, and our commitment extends far beyond this: support for creation and young directors, partnerships with more than 40 festivals in Europe, etc.
The diversity and creativity of French cinema are precious, we are happy to support them and to be at the side of the Académie des César for the 16th consecutive year.
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Chairman of the Fashion Activities of CHANEL and Chairman of CHANEL SAS
Maison CHANEL is happy and proud to support for the third consecutive year the Académie des Arts et Techniques du Cinéma.
This partnership is an opportunity for the House to reaffirm its privileged links with the cinema and to support the emergence of young talents of today and tomorrow.
“I want to be part of what’s going to happen,” said Gabrielle Chanel. By supporting the Académie des Arts et Techniques du Cinéma, Maison CHANEL continues its commitment to creation.
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Barrière Group
It’s a 45th anniversary. The César Ceremony is celebrating with the cinema and its public its vermeil – that precious mixture imagined by man. Like… cinema. The awards will be presented at the Salle Pleyel and celebrated at Fouquet’s on the Champs-Elysées. As on the first night in 1976, all the professions of the Academy of Cinema Arts and Techniques are on the top of the bill. Barrière, the Group of which I am proud to be Chairman, adds its share of friendship and loyalty, that of a now “historic” partner. So much the better: cinema always needs stories. And talent on the screen and behind the camera. The talents of those who tell these stories, decorate them, make them up, preserve them, film them and give them life. The role of the Académie des César is to see to the well-being of this creativity and these talents. And its partners.
Director of Public Relations
Just like the cinema, our industry is all about making dreams come true. A film, a car: so many “obscure objects of desire” that seek to seduce and capture the gaze of the men and women who will bring them to life. For 120 years, Renault has been a part of the Seventh Art on the sets and red carpets around the world. Today, the link between the Renault group and the cinema is more alive than ever, embodied by our passionate and natural commitment to the Académie des César.
Chief Executive Officer
With its 10 years of expertise in the market of film protection against Internet piracy, Blue Efficience is proud to be a Technical Partner of the César Awards and to look after the films in the box set.
Mandated by rights holders such as producers, distributors and channels, Blue Efficience suppresses the illegal availability of films worldwide.
Close to its clients, the company accompanies them as a partner in the major events of European cinema.
Chief Executive Officer
Hiventy, a long-standing partner of the Académie des César, offers a complete range of high-end solutions: from post-production to image and sound restoration, from subtitling to dubbing and distribution in all formats. Present in France and abroad, Hiventy digitizes and designs all the DVDs contained in the box set given to the Academy’s members.
Chairman of the Management Board
A French industrial group with an international dimension, MPO designs, produces, dresses and distributes objects with a strong emotional charge, imagined by brands and designers, for the Entertainment, Beauty and Delicatessen markets.
Our mission: to be the privileged link between brands, artists, who want to bring their creations to life and consumers in demand for a sensitive experience.
To achieve this, MPO combines its know-how on an industrial services platform by relying on its four business lines: design, production, co-packing and distribution.
Technical partner of the César Awards for the 15th consecutive year, MPO is happy and proud to manage the project of the collector’s box set for the members of the Academy of Cinema Arts and Techniques: packaging design, DVD manufacturing, co-packing and routing of the box set.
BARON PHILIPPE DE ROTHSCHILD FRANCE DISTRIBUTION
GÉRAUD DE LA NOUE
Chief Executive Officer
Baron Philippe de Rothschild France Distribution (RFD), specialises in the distribution of a complete portfolio of international wine, champagne and spirits brands on the French market. Baron Philippe de Rothschild France Distribution offers a wide selection of wines from the greatest French terroirs, including the unmissable Mouton Cadet. Since its creation in 1930, Mouton Cadet has remained faithful to its origins, while evolving towards what has become the world reference for Bordeaux Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée wines. Mouton Cadet wines are served at exclusive events for which RFD and Baron Philippe de Rothschild S.A. are Official Suppliers such as the International Film Festival…
SIACI SAINT HONORÉ
Excellence is at the heart of SIACI SAINT HONORE’s corporate culture. Leader in consulting and insurance brokerage for large companies, SIACI SAINT HONORE is also a leading player in the coverage of risks related to the arts, cinema and more generally cultural events. As a patron of the arts, the group makes culture in all its components a privileged territory of expression. It was therefore quite natural that we decided this year to support the 45th César Ceremony.
CHAMPAGNE COMTESSE DE CÉRHÈS
Champagne Comtesse de Cérhès is an exceptional wine born from the combination of Stanislas Bonafé’s exceptional expertise and his search for perfection at all levels. In composing this Champagne, he adopts an approach similar to that of a nose or a jeweller. He selects only great vintages and seeks the best craftsmen to create the Comtesse style. Stanislas Bonafé is thus fully in line with the French art of living. He produces a unique Champagne, the result of the know-how that he and his colleagues have acquired in haute-gastronomy. He is also inspired by the history of French tangible and intangible heritage, through architecture, lace work and the desire to respect ancestral practices. The partnership established between the Countess and the Académie des César shows the importance given to the arts and the freedom of expression that drives the creation of this wine. In addition, the Comtesse de Cérhès estate in Aÿ is the only Grand Cru village to be classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2015. This classification distinguishes the historical cradle of Champagne.
The influence of the Countess is thus accompanied by all the refinement and creativity that characterize the French art of living.
As every year since 2010, it is with pleasure and pride that the students of the International Institute of Image and Sound (3iS) are committed to the Academy of Cinema Arts and Techniques within the framework of an educational partnership.
3IS, the first audiovisual campus in Europe and the first private film school, is recognised by the State and awards its students a state-approved diploma.
Immersed in a life-size exercise, our future graduates thus have a unique opportunity to exercise their know-how in contact with the best professionals.
Chief Executive Officer
Supporting creation, protecting talent! These missions inspire the partnership that unites Audiens with the Academy of Cinema Arts and Techniques.
In a changing environment, the group reaffirms its commitments: its professional anchoring; innovation to accompany the evolution of the professions; a fully humanist ambition, for active solidarity, a personalized service, a simplified relationship.
Inaugurated at the end of 2019 in Paris on the initiative of Audiens Care, the Bergère Healthcare Division shares this vocation. Dedicated mainly to professionals in the cultural sector, and the cinema in particular, it will bring together a comprehensive range of healthcare, prevention and occupational health services.
In this, the group remains faithful to its identity, serving all those who work to promote French culture.
FICAM is delighted to be once again the faithful partner of the César Ceremony.
Like the whole of French cinema, the technical industries are undergoing major changes. Our winners of the César and Technical Innovation Trophy and Prize testify to the real ability of our companies to adapt and anticipate new developments in the sector, in a tormented context. In order for these to continue to develop, let’s perpetuate and strengthen the attractiveness of the region, let’s think about common rules of good practice and the evolution of financial support systems. Our technical industries, recognised well beyond our borders, must be able to remain the precious and indispensable partners of French cinema.
We wish you all a wonderful evening.
Founded in 1926 by Louis Lumière and Léon Gaumont, the ENS Louis-Lumière has been a partner of the Académie des Arts et Techniques du Cinéma since 2006. As such, our students produce reports on all the events organized by the Academy, as well as a group photo honouring the nominees of the 5 César Techniques.
This partnership illustrates the School’s strong attachment to the film industry and, more generally, to the image and sound professions.
I sincerely thank the Academy for the trust it has placed in us for so many years and I warmly congratulate our former students who, through their talent, rigour and presence in the credits of hundreds of films, contribute to the influence of our beautiful school.