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1981

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Best Actress

Catherine Deneuve

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Best Actor

Gérard Depardieu

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Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Nathalie Baye

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Best Actor in a Supporting Role

Jacques Dufilho

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Best Screenplay, Dialogues or Adapted Screenplay

Suzanne Schiffman, François Truffaut

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Best Music

Georges Delerue

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Best Sound

Michel Laurent

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Best Cinematography

Nestor Almendros

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Best Film Editing

Martine Barraqué

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Best Production Design

Jean-Pierre Kohut Svelko

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Best Director

François Truffaut

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Best Live Action Short Film

Toine

réalisé par Edmond Sechan
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Best Animated Short Film

Le manège

réalisé par Jean-Pierre Jeunet
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Best Documentary Short Film

Le miroir de la terre

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Best Foreign Film

Kagemusha

réalisé par Akira Kurosawa
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Best Feature Film

Le dernier métro

réalisé par François Truffaut
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Honorary César

Marcel Pagnol, Alain Resnais

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Best Live Action Short Film

Best Animated Short Film

Best Foreign Film

Honorary César

6th César Ceremony

A triumph for "Le Dernier Métro"

François Truffaut's film, adulated by both critics and the French public, wins ten César. Catherine Deneuve and Gérard Depardieu win their first César.

January 31, 1981 at the Palais des Congrès.
Directed by Bernard Lion.
Broadcast on Antenne 2.

PIERRE TCHERNIA

Host of the Ceremony

YVES MONTAND

President of the Ceremony