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2004

© C. Scaringi - ENS Louis Lumière pour l'Académie des César 2004
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The Winners

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Best Actress

Sylvie Testud

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Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Julie Depardieu

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Best Actor in a Supporting Role

Darry Cowl

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Best Female Young Newcomer

Julie Depardieu

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Best Male Young Newcomer

Gregori Derangère

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Best Original or Adapted Screenplay

Denys Arcand

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Best Feature Film Music

Benoît Charest

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Best Cinematography

Thierry Arbogast

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Best Costume Design

Jackie Stephens Budin

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Best Production Design

Catherine Leterrier, Jacques Rouxel

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Best Director

Denys Arcand

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Best Short Film

L’homme sans tête

réalisé par Juan Solanas
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Best First Live Action Film

Depuis qu’Otar est parti…

réalisé par Julie Bertuccelli
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Best European Union Film

Good bye Lenin !

réalisé par Wolfgang Becker
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Best Foreign Film

Mystic river

réalisé par Clint Eastwood
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Best Feature Film

Les invasions barbares

réalisé par Denys Arcand
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Honorary César

Micheline Presle

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Best Foreign Film

Honorary César

29th César Ceremony

The Depardieu at the César

It is Gad Elmaleh’s turn to try as Master of Ceremony, under the presidency of Fanny Ardant. Making the pride of her father Gérard, Julie Depardieu achieves a double: the César of the Best Young Female Hope and that of the Best Actress in a Second Role, in La Petite Lili.

On February 21st 2004 at Théâtre du Châtelet.
Directed by Jérôme Revon.
Broadcasted on Canal+.

GAD ELMALEH

Master of Ceremony

FANNY ARDANT

President of the Ceremony