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1998

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Best Actress

Ariane Ascaride

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Best Actor

André Dussollier

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Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Agnès Jaoui

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Best Actor in a Supporting Role

Jean-Pierre Bacri

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Best Female Young Newcomer

Emma de Caunes

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Best Male Young Newcomer

Stanislas Merhar

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Best Original and/or Adapted Screenplay

Jean-Pierre Bacri, Agnès Jaoui

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Best Music

Bernardo Sandoval

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Best Cinematography

Thierry Arbogast

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Best Film Editing

Hervé de Luze

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Best Costume Design

Christian Gasc

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Best Production Design

Dan Weil

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Best Director

Luc Besson

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Best Short Film

Des majorettes dans l’espace

réalisé par David Fourier
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Best First Work

Didier

réalisé par Alain Chabat
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Best Foreign Film

Les virtuoses

réalisé par Mark Herman
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Best Feature Film

On connaît la chanson

réalisé par Alain Resnais
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Honorary César

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23rd César Ceremony

An Oscar-winning President

Juliette Binoche, Oscar winner, is the president of the Ceremony. Alain Resnais' film "On connaît la chanson" wins 7 statuettes, while Luc Besson wins Best Director for "The Fifth Element".

On February 28, 1998 at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées.
Directed by Renaud Le Van Kim.
Broadcast on Canal+.

ANTOINE DE CAUNES

Host of the Ceremony

JEAN-LUC GODARD and CLINT EASTWOOD

César d'Honneur