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1976

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Best Actress

Romy Schneider

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Best Actor

Philippe Noiret

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Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Marie-France Pisier

Cousin, cousine / Souvenirs d'en France
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Best Actor in a Supporting Role

Jean Rochefort

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Best Screenplay, Dialogues or Adapted Screenplay

Jean Aurenche, Bertrand Tavernier

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Best Music

François de Roubaix

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Best Sound

Nara Kollery, Luc Perini

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Best Cinematography

Sven Nykvist

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Best Film Editing

Geneviève Winding

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Best Production Design

Pierre Guffroy

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Best Director

Bertrand Tavernier

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Best Foreign Film

Parfum de femme

réalisé par Dino Risi
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Best Feature Film

Le vieux fusil

réalisé par Robert Enrico
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Honorary César

Ingrid Bergman, Diana Ross

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Best Foreign Film

Honorary César

The first César Ceremony Awards

The first Ceremony of the french Cinema

Created by George Cravenne, the Academy of Cinema Arts and Techniques presents its first trophies, which are not yet in their final form, following the vote of 900 members in 13 categories. Jean Rochefort is the very first winner, for the César for Best Supporting Role. This first Ceremony, hosted by Pierre Tchernia, was directed by Jacques Demy and remains to this day the shortest in history, 1h40.

April 3, 1976, at the Palais des Congrès.
Directed by Jean-Pierre Spiero.
Broadcast on Antenne 2.

JEAN GABIN and PIERRE TCHERNIA

President and Host of the Ceremony