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2000

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The Winners

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Best Actress

Karin Viard

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Best Actor

Daniel Auteuil

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Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Charlotte Gainsbourg

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Best Actor in a Supporting Role

François Berléand

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Best Female Young Newcomer

Audrey Tautou

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Best Male Young Newcomer

Eric Caravaca

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Best Original and/or Adapted Screenplay

Tonie Marshall

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Best Music

Bruno Coulais

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Best Cinematography

Eric Guichard, Jean-Paul Meurisse

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Best Film Editing

Emmanuelle Castro

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Best Costume Design

Catherine Leterrier

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Best Production Design

Philippe Chiffre

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Best Director

Tonie Marshall

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Best Short Film

Sale battars

réalisé par Delphine Gleize
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Best First Work

Voyages

réalisé par Emmanuel Finkiel
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Best Foreign Film

Tout sur ma mère

réalisé par Pedro Almodóvar
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Best Feature Film

Vénus beauté (institut)

réalisé par Tonie Marshall
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Honorary César

Josiane Balasko, Georges Cravenne, Jean-Pierre Léaud, Martin Scorsese

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25th César Ceremony

The best director

After Coline Serreau in 1986, it was not until the year 2000 that a director was awarded the César for Best Film again. But Tonie Marshall, with Venus Beaut& (Institut), is especially the first woman to win the César for Best Director. To this day, she is still the only recipient. Alain Chabat succeeds Antoine de Caunes in the role of Master of Ceremonies.

On February 19th 2000 at Théâtre des Champs-Elysées.
Directed by Jérôme Revon.
Broadcasted on Canal+.

ALAIN DELON

President of the Ceremony