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1999

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Best Actress

Élodie Bouchez

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Best Actor

Jacques Villeret

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Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Dominique Blanc

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Best Actor in a Supporting Role

Daniel Prévost

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Best Female Young Newcomer

Natacha Régnier

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Best Male Young Newcomer

Bruno Putzulu

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Best Original Screenplay, Adapted Screenplay and Dialogues

Francis Veber

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Best Music

Tony Gatlif

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Best Sound

Vincent Arnardi, Vincent Tulli

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Best Cinematography

Eric Gautier

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Best Film Editing

Véronique Lange

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Best Costume Design

Pierre-Jean Larroque

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Best Production Design

Jacques Rouxel

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Best Director

Patrice Chéreau

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Best Short Film

L’interview

réalisé par Xavier Giannoli
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Best First Work

Dieu seul me voit

réalisé par Bruno Podalydès
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Best Foreign Film

La vie est belle

réalisé par Roberto Benigni
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Best Feature Film

La vie rêvée des anges

réalisé par Erick Zonca
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Honorary César

Pedro Almodóvar, Johnny Depp, Jean Rochefort

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24th César Ceremony

And four!

Antoine de Caunes is for the fourth consecutive year the Host of the Ceremony. Jean Rochefort, the first laureate in history, receives a César d'Honneur.

March 6, 1999 at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées.
Directed by Renaud Le Van Kim.
Broadcast on Canal+.

ISABELLE HUPPERT

President of the Ceremony

JEAN ROCHEFORT and SANDRINE KIBERLAIN

César d'Honneur