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1997

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The Winners

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Best Actress

Fanny Ardant

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Best Actor

Philippe Torreton

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Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Catherine Frot

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Best Actor in a Supporting Role

Jean-Pierre Darroussin

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Best Female Young Newcomer

Laurence Côte

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Best Male Young Newcomer

Mathieu Amalric

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Best Original and/or Adapted Screenplay

Jean-Pierre Bacri, Agnès Jaoui, Cédric Klapisch

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Best Music

Bruno Coulais

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Best Cinematography

Thierry Machado, Claude Nuridsany, Marie Pérennou, Hughes Ryffel

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Best Film Editing

Florence Ricard, Marie-Josèphe Yoyotte

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Best Costume Design

Christian Gasc

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Best Production Design

Ivan Maussion

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Best Producer

Jacques Perrin

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Best Short Film

Mme Jacques sur la croisette

réalisé par Emmanuel Finkiel
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Best First Work

Y’aura-t-il de la neige à Noël ?

réalisé par Sandrine Veysset
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Best Foreign Film

Breaking the waves

réalisé par Lars von Trier
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Best Feature Film

Ridicule

réalisé par Patrice Leconte
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Honorary César

Charles Aznavour, Andie MacDowell

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22nd César Ceremony

The intermittents on stage

The César often had to face the manifestations of the intermittent show. Antoine De Caunes, Master of Ceremonies, gives them the floor and the microphone on stage. A documentary wins 4 Caesars: Microcosmos, by Claude Nuridsany and Marie Pérennou. Annie Girardot is the President of this 22nd Ceremony.

On February 8th 1997 at Théâtre des Champs-Elysées.
Directed by Renaud Le Van Kim.
Broadcasted on Canal+.

ANNIE GIRARDOT

President of the Ceremony