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1982

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Best Actress

Isabelle Adjani

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Best Actor

Michel Serrault

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Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Nathalie Baye

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Best Actor in a Supporting Role

Guy Marchand

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Best Screenplay, Dialogues or Adapted Screenplay

Michel Audiard, Jean Herman, Claude Miller

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Best Music

Vladimir Cosma

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Best Sound

Jean-Pierre Ruh

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Best Cinematography

Philippe Rousselot

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Best Film Editing

Albert Jurgenson

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Best Production Design

Max Douy

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Best Director

Jean-Jacques Annaud

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Best Live Action Short Film

Les photos d’Alix

réalisé par Jean Eustache
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Best Animated Short Film

La tendresse du maudit

réalisé par Jean-Manuel Costa
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Best Documentary Short Film

Reporters

réalisé par Raymond Depardon
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Best First Work

Diva

réalisé par Jean-Jacques Beineix
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Best Foreign Film

Elephant man

réalisé par David Lynch
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Best Feature Film

La guerre du feu

réalisé par Jean-Jacques Annaud
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Honorary César

Georges Dancingers, Alexandre Mnouchkine, Jean Neny, Andrzej Wajda

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Best Live Action Short Film

Best Animated Short Film

Best Documentary Short Film

7th César Ceremony

The César effect is on

The great Orson Welles is the President of this 7th Ceremony, hosted by Jean-Pierre Aumont, Thierry Le Luron, Jacques Martin and Pierre Tchernia. The film Diva, directed by Jean-Jacques Beinex, won 4 trophies. Still on display, it will then increase its admissions by up to 330% in two weeks.

On February 27th 1982 at Salle Pleyel.
Directed by Alexandre Tarta.
Broadcasted on Antenne 2.

ORSON WELLES

President of the Ceremony