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1978

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The Winners

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Best Actress

Simone Signoret

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Best Actor

Jean Rochefort

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Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Marie Dubois

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Best Actor in a Supporting Role

Jacques Dufilho

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Best Screenplay, Dialogues or Adapted Screenplay

David Mercer

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Best Music

Miklos Rozsa

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Best Sound

René Magnol, Jacques Maumont

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Best Cinematography

Raoul Coutard

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Best Film Editing

Albert Jurgenson

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Best Production Design

Jacques Saulnier

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Best Director

Alain Resnais

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Best Live Action Short Film

500 grammes de foie de veau

réalisé par Henri Glaeser
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Best Animated Short Film

Rêve

réalisé par Peter Földes
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Best Documentary Short Film

Le maréchal-Ferrant

réalisé par Georges Rouquier
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Best Foreign Film

Une journée particulière

réalisé par Ettore Scola
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Best Feature Film

Providence

réalisé par Alain Resnais
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Honorary César

Robert Dorfmann, René Goscinny

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Best Animated Short Film

Best Documentary Short Film

Best Foreign Film

Honorary César

3rd César Ceremony

The party of a cinema in crisis

Robert Enrico, President of the Academy, sounded the alarm at the opening of the ceremony so that cinema, as an art, would be entitled to cultural aids and would be supported in the face of the growing power of television. The ceremony evolves in its audiovisual staging, the proclamation of the winners is now accompanied by a film excerpt, and the voice-over of Pierre Tchernia. Jean-Pierre Aumont, Victor Lanoux and Roger Pierre are the three Masters of Ceremonies.

On February 4th 1978 at Salle Pleyel.
Directed by Pierre Badel.
Broadcasted on Antenne 2.

JEANNE MOREAU

President of the Ceremony