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1995

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Best Actress

Isabelle Adjani

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Best Actor

Gérard Lanvin

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Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Virna Lisi

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Best Actor in a Supporting Role

Jean-Hugues Anglade

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Best Female Young Newcomer

Élodie Bouchez

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Best Male Young Newcomer

Mathieu Kassovitz

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Best Original and/or Adapted Screenplay

Olivier Massart, Gilles Taurand, André Téchiné

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Best Music

Zbigniew Preisner

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Best Sound

Dominique Hennequin, Jean-Paul Mugel

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Best Cinematography

Philippe Rousselot

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Best Film Editing

Juliette Welfling

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Best Costume Design

Moidèle Bickel

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Best Production Design

Gianni Quaranta

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Best Director

André Téchiné

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Best Short Film

La vis

réalisé par Didier Flamand
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Best Documentary Feature Film

Délits flagrants

réalisé par Raymond Depardon
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Best First Work

Regarde les hommes tomber

réalisé par Jacques Audiard
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Best Foreign Film

4 mariages et un enterrement

réalisé par Mike Newell
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Best Feature Film

Les roseaux sauvages

réalisé par André Téchiné
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Honorary César

Jeanne Moreau, Gregory Peck, Steven Spielberg

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Best Short Film

20th César Ceremony

The César are celebrating their 20th anniversary!

Alain Delon, President. Steven Spielberg, Jeanne Moreau and Grégory Peck, César d'Honneur. While some of the main laureates are absent, great stars of international stature are indeed on the stage of the 20th Ceremony, which is hosted by Jean-Claude Brialy and Pierre Tchernia.

February 25, 1995 at the Palais des Congrès.
Directed by Maurice Dugowson.
Broadcast on Canal+.

ALAIN DELON

President of the Ceremony