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1990

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Best Actress

Carole Bouquet

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Best Actor

Philippe Noiret

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Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Suzanne Flon

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Best Actor in a Supporting Role

Robert Hirsch

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Best Female Young Newcomer

Vanessa Paradis

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Best Male Young Newcomer

Yvan Attal

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Best Original and/or Adapted Screenplay

Bertrand Blier

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Best Music

Oswald d'Andrea

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Best Sound

Dominique Hennequin, Pierre Lenoir

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Best Cinematography

Yves Angelo

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Best Film Editing

Claudine Merlin

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Best Costume Design

Théodor Pistek

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Best Production Design

Pierre Guffroy

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Best Poster

Gilles Jouin, Jouineau-Bourduge

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Best Director

Bertrand Blier

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Best Live Action Short Film

Lune froide

réalisé par Patrick Bouchitey
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Best Animated Short Film

Le porte plume

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Best Documentary Short Film

Chanson pour un marin

réalisé par Bernard Aubouy
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Best First Work

Un monde sans pitié

réalisé par Eric Rochant
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Best Foreign Film

Les liaisons dangereuses

réalisé par Stephen Frears
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Best Feature Film

Trop belle pour toi

réalisé par Bertrand Blier
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Honorary César

Gérard Philipe

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Best Live Action Short Film

Best Animated Short Film

Best Documentary Short Film

Honorary César

15th César Ceremony

15th edition

Kirk Douglas, who had become a regular Caesar, presided over this 15th Ceremony, hosted by Eve Ruggiéri. The 17-year-old Vanessa Paradis wins the César for Best Female Hope, while Bertrand Blier and her film Trop Belle pour toi receive 5 César.

On March 4th 1990 at Théâtre des Champs-Elysées.
Directed by Maurice Dugowson.
Broadcasted on Antenne 2.

KIRK DOUGLAS

President of the Ceremony