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1987

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Best Actress

Sabine Azéma

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Best Actor

Daniel Auteuil

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Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Emmanuelle Béart

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Best Actor in a Supporting Role

Pierre Arditi

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Best Female Young Newcomer

Catherine Mouchet

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Best Male Young Newcomer

Isaach de Bankolé

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Best Original and/or Adapted Screenplay

Alain Cavalier, Camille de Casabianca

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Best Music

Herbie Handcock

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Best Cinematography

Philippe Rousselot

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Best Film Editing

Isabelle Dedieu

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Best Costume Design

Antony Powell

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Best Production Design

Pierre Guffroy

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Best Poster

Christian Blondel

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Best Director

Alain Cavalier

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Best Live Action Short Film

La Goula

réalisé par Roger Guillot
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Best First Work

La femme de ma vie

réalisé par Régis Wargnier
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Best Foreign Film

Le nom de la rose

réalisé par Jean-Jacques Annaud
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Best Feature Film of the Year

Thérèse

réalisé par Alain Cavalier
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Honorary César

Jean-Luc Godard

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Best Foreign Film

Best Feature Film of the Year

Honorary César

12th César Ceremony

Special thanks to the " industry professionals"

Sean Connery presides over the evening animated by a pleade of Masters of Ceremonies: Michel Drucker, Michel Denisot, Pierre Tchernia, Henry Chapier, Patrick Poivre d'Arvor, Frédéric Mitterrand, Claude-Jean Philippe. Like Jean Gabin, Jean-Luc Godard receives a César of Honnor and makes a speech that has become cult.

On March 7th 1987 at Palais des Congrès.
Directed by Maurice Dugowson.
Broadcasted on Antenne 2.

SEAN CONNERY

President of the Ceremony